rock control

rock control

[′räk kən‚trōl]
(geology)
The influences of differences in earth materials on development of landforms.
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References in periodicals archive ?
Tu, Experimental Method and Measurement Technique of Rock Control, China University of Mining and Technology Press, Xuzhou, China, 2010.
Xu, Mine Ground Pressure and Rock Control, China University of Mining and Technology Press, Xuzhou, China, 2010.
This paper focuses on developing a BOTDR-based monitoring system for surrounding rock control of roadways in underground coal mines.
In summary, the design of soft rock roadway section should be considered thoroughly and a proper design will reduce the difficulties of surrounding rock control.
Rock Control (Mark Bowness, Tom Salmon) Allows the public to manage a band from scratch, from the line-up to the look and the creation of a song.
Zhang, "Structural characteristics of Yanshan period of Southeastern Hubei and it's rock control and ore control," Hubei Geology, vol.
The monitoring data of axial force of rock bolts are able to provide a reference for surrounding rock control, safety evaluation, and support design of TBM-excavated roadways.
The vital information from that hospital will be fed into the computer banks in the Little Rock control center.
However, there are few literatures in theory and practice on the movement rule of overburden in ultrathick coal seams with a thickness of more than 14 m and surrounding rock control in mining field [10].