rockbolt

rockbolt

[′räk‚bōlt]
(engineering)
A bar, usually constructed of steel, which is inserted into predrilled holes in rock and secured for the purpose of ground control.
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Li, "Parametric study of rockbolt shear behaviour by double shear test," Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering, vol.
3) Thirteen operations: surveying and marking, explosive drilling, charging and blasting, ventilating, scaling, loading and hauling, muck cleaning, steel rib installing, cast lining, floor cleaning, rockbolt drilling, rockbolt installing, and forepoling;
Shotcrete is a sprayed-on concrete layer that can be applied to near-vertical surfaces to act as a supporting wall in conjunction with rockbolt reinforcement.
The strain values within 5 m to roadway surface are relatively low due to the effect of roadway support facilities such as rockbolt and cable bolt.
Wang, "Numerical simulation of pressure-released hole combined support with rockbolt in deep roadway with dynamic disturbance," Journal of Central South University of Technology, vol.
Yi, "Rockbolt behavior under dynamic loading: Field tests and modeling," International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences & Geomechanics Abstracts, vol.
Kaiser, "Impact testing for rockbolt design in rockburst conditions," International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences and, vol.
Xia, "Solutions for displacement and stress in strain-softening surrounding rock incorporating the effects of hydraulic-mechanical coupling and rockbolt effectiveness," Geotechnical and Geological Engineering, 2016.
A chronological analysis of roadway reinforcement in support systems reveals that in the 1990s Polish hard-coal mines applied steel rockbolts mostly in order to fix roof-arches into the roof rocks or, to a lesser degree, as the individual rockbolt systems.
In the Kuzbass, IMC rock mechanics experts are supplying and installing a large package of rockbolt monitoring instrumentation for the Sokolovskaya group of coal mines following a rockbolting technology demonstration at one of the group's mines.