full subsidence

full subsidence

[¦fu̇l ′sub·sə·dəns]
(mining engineering)
The greatest amount of subsidence occurring as a result of mine workings.
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The physical and mechanical parameters of the rock strata, including the elastic modulus, strata thickness, mining height, density, and tensile strength, and the mining subsidence parameters, including the angle of full subsidence, breaking angle, and bulking coefficient, are needed to calculate the VBS subsidence.
(2) The angle of full subsidence determines the width of the undercompacted zone and the shear force magnitude.
The resultant values correspond to the conditions when the full subsidence trough will form.