Rock stability analysis on the model of designed and constructed roadways in the 'Jama' Bor

Analiza stabilnosti stenskog masiva na modelu projektovanih i izvedenih prostorija u Jami Bor

  • Dragan Zlatanović University of Belgrade – Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Innovation Center
  • Vladimir Milisavljević University of Belgrade – Faculty of Mining and Geology
  • Rade Tokalić University of Belgrade – Faculty of Mining and Geology
  • Vladimir Čebašek University of Belgrade – Faculty of Mining and Geology
Keywords: finite element method; rock stability; deformation

Abstract

  For the purpose of continuous production design in the deeper levels of underground mine JAMA Bor, at first the rock stability analysis of ore deposit 'Borska Reka' was performed before beginning of design the exploitation. Analysis was performed on the designed roadway model at the XVII level in ore deposit Borska Reka, with the scope of confirmation the relevance of data collected from previous research and studies. Analyses presented in this paper were performed by using software package Phase2, Rocscience Inc., which calculations are based on stress-strain condition analysis with finite element method to analyze behavior of rocks. It can be used for a wide range of engineering projects.

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Published
2015-06-30
How to Cite
Zlatanović, D., Milisavljević, V., Tokalić, R., & Čebašek, V. (2015). Rock stability analysis on the model of designed and constructed roadways in the ’Jama’ Bor. Podzemni Radovi, (26), 21-31. https://doi.org/10.5937/podrad1526021Z
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