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Effect of Type of Explosive and Blast Hole Diameter on ...

2020-3-17  Both these explosives cause substantial changes in the breakage mechanism of rockmass thereby affecting the fragmentation. This paper reports the effect of type of the explosive and blast hole diameter on the boulder count in limestone quarry blasting. In all, 264 blasts using ANFO or SME explosives have been conducted in nearby limestone quarries.

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(PDF) Firing Explosive Charges with Millisecond Delay in ...

2018-12-30  Applying explosives to mine deposits also influences effectiveness of blasting works, associated with fragmentation of rocks. Since the beginning of the

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Lined-cavity shaped charges and their use in rock and ...

2021-1-14  occasionally on lined-cavity shaped explosive charges,¹ often called shaped charges, cone bombs, and Munroe charges. At times, especially following World War II, various mining companies and explosives manufacturers have carried out investigations of

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Underground Limestone Mining

2011-5-5  Underground Limestone Mining by Robert M. McKay and Michael J. Bounk The production of limestone aggregate from underground workings requires machinery to illuminate the rock face and to hoist miners into position to clean drill holes and load explosives for blasting the rock. River Products Company, Columbus Junction Mine.

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Designing Blast Patterns Using Empirical Formulas

2014-4-2  Used in Quarrying Limestone and Dolomite, With Geologic Considerations By Joseph M. Pugliese Twin Cities Mining Research Center, Minneapolis, Minn . . US Department of Interior Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement Kenneth K. Eltschlager Mining/Explosives Engineer 3 Parkway Center Pittsburgh, PA 15220 Phone 412.937.2169

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Limestone Quarrying and Processing: A Life-Cycle

2018-9-15  to as overburden—with heavy equipment that is sometimes coupled with small explosive charges. The overburden is then transferred to onsite storage for potential use in later reclamation of the site. After the face of the limestone is exposed, the stone is removed from the quarry in benches, usually 8

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Blaster's Training Modules - Module 1 - Explosives

2008-5-22  explosives manufacturers, and the military have developed many ignition, burn-rate, and detonation tests. Some commercial explosives with high fuel content may readily ignite and burn. In confined spaces, burning may lead to detonation. ANFO and water-based explosives such as water gels and emulsions are more difficult to ignite in the open.

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Controlled blasting in a limestone mine using electronic ...

Request PDF Controlled blasting in a limestone mine using electronic detonators: A case study Except for very deep-seated deposits, open cast mining method has been recognized as the safest ...

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Air Overpressure Agg-Net

2 天前  The explosive charges used in mining, quarrying and mass grading are typically wholly contained in the ground, resulting in an airblast with a frequency content below about 250Hz. Airblast is properly measured and described as a linear peak air overpressure (ie an increase above atmospheric pressure).

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Explosive Rules - Madhya Pradesh

2020-12-26  centre-core of high explosive authorised by the Chief Controller which is used for initiating high explosives charges and to transmit explosion from one explosive charge to another; (18) “detonator” means a tubular device — (a) one end of which is closed and the other— (i)

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Determining Acceptable Explosive Charge Mass Under ...

This article presents a procedure for determining the safety of explosive charges for their surrounding environment, using a limestone mine as a case study. Varied geological structures, as well as other constructions in the surrounding area of a mine, sometimes necessitate the use of two or more ground vibration propagation equations, and thus a variety of explosive

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Seismic characteristics of cavity decoupled explosions in ...

2018-6-25  limestone: An analysis of Soviet high explosive test data J. R. Murphy, • I. O. Kitov, • N. Rimer, 3 V. V. Adushkin, • and B. W. Barker • Abstract. During the summer of 1960, Soviet scientists conducted a series of high-explosive, cavity d½coupling tests in a mine in Kirghizia. These d½couplcd tests were carried out in a variety

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BULK EMULSION EXPLOSIVE - A CASE STUDY

2009-9-17  By using Bulk Emulsion Explosive it was possible to achieve a better breakage performance. In a copper mine this resulted in a decreased powder factor and thereby less cost for the explosive. In a limestone quarry an expansion of the drilling pattern lowered the drilling cost and the change-over to Bulk Explosive made handling and storage

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Limestone Quarrying and Processing: A Life-Cycle

2018-9-15  to as overburden—with heavy equipment that is sometimes coupled with small explosive charges. The overburden is then transferred to onsite storage for potential use in later reclamation of the site. After the face of the limestone is exposed, the stone is removed from the quarry in benches, usually 8 to 12 feet

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Underground Limestone Mining

2011-5-5  Underground Limestone Mining by Robert M. McKay and Michael J. Bounk The production of limestone aggregate from underground workings requires machinery to illuminate the rock face and to hoist miners into position to clean drill holes and load explosives for blasting the rock. River Products Company, Columbus Junction Mine.

Read More
Controlled blasting in a limestone mine using electronic ...

2017-1-25  Except for very deep-seated deposits, open cast mining method has been recognized as the safest and most productive mode for mining minerals. Ever growing demand in minerals and coal has compelled the mine operators to increase the size of mine, which has resulted in an increasing trend towards large capacity open cast projects. Explosives and blasting techniques

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Designing Blast Patterns Using Empirical Formulas

2014-4-2  Used in Quarrying Limestone and Dolomite, With Geologic Considerations By Joseph M. Pugliese Twin Cities Mining Research Center, Minneapolis, Minn . . US Department of Interior Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement Kenneth K. Eltschlager Mining/Explosives Engineer 3 Parkway Center Pittsburgh, PA 15220 Phone 412.937.2169

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Explosive Rules - Madhya Pradesh

2020-12-26  centre-core of high explosive authorised by the Chief Controller which is used for initiating high explosives charges and to transmit explosion from one explosive charge to another; (18) “detonator” means a tubular device — (a) one end of which is closed and the other— (i) left open for the insertion of safety fuse

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Mining Engineering Dissertations Mining Engineering ...

Shaped charges: Their mechanism and applications in mining, Pranlal Girdharlal Sheth. Dissertations from 1951 PDF. The relationship of regional structural geology to the ore deposits in the southeastern Missouri mining district, Jack Alexander James. PDF. An experimental evaluation of explosives in blasting limestone and granite, Harve Preston ...

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Blasting and Fragmentation Journal - International Society ...

2 天前  Several stages of the mining process involve high speed loading rates including blasting, scraping, comminution, etc. Technical comprehension of how rocks deform, fracture, and fail under these loads is a fundamental first step required prior to any serious attempts at optimization of the energy utilized for pertinent activities in the mining ...

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Determining Acceptable Explosive Charge Mass Under ...

This article presents a procedure for determining the safety of explosive charges for their surrounding environment, using a limestone mine as a case study. Varied geological structures, as well as other constructions in the surrounding area of a mine, sometimes necessitate the use of two or more ground vibration propagation equations, and thus a variety of explosive charges, depending on the ...

Read More
Seismic characteristics of cavity decoupled explosions in ...

2018-6-25  limestone: An analysis of Soviet high explosive test data J. R. Murphy, • I. O. Kitov, • N. Rimer, 3 V. V. Adushkin, • and B. W. Barker • Abstract. During the summer of 1960, Soviet scientists conducted a series of high-explosive, cavity d½coupling tests in a mine in Kirghizia. These d½couplcd tests were carried out in a variety

Read More
Controlled blasting in a limestone mine using electronic ...

2017-1-25  Except for very deep-seated deposits, open cast mining method has been recognized as the safest and most productive mode for mining minerals. Ever growing demand in minerals and coal has compelled the mine operators to increase the size of mine, which has resulted in an increasing trend towards large capacity open cast projects. Explosives and blasting techniques play a significant role in ...

Read More
BULK EMULSION EXPLOSIVE - A CASE STUDY

2009-9-17  By using Bulk Emulsion Explosive it was possible to achieve a better breakage performance. In a copper mine this resulted in a decreased powder factor and thereby less cost for the explosive. In a limestone quarry an expansion of the drilling pattern lowered the drilling cost and the change-over to Bulk Explosive made handling and storage

Read More
Underground Limestone Mining

2011-5-5  Underground Limestone Mining by Robert M. McKay and Michael J. Bounk The production of limestone aggregate from underground workings requires machinery to illuminate the rock face and to hoist miners into position to clean drill holes and load explosives for blasting the rock. River Products Company, Columbus Junction Mine.

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An Analysis and Prevention of Flyrock Accidents in

2012-8-29  When an explosive charge is detonated in a blasthole, very high pressure is exerted on the wall. Konya Walter [1991] reported maximum detonati on pressures of 140, 90, and 60 kbars (1 kbar = 14,504 psi) for dynamites, emulsions, and ANFO type explosives, respectively.

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Blasting/Mining Information City of Doral

General Information: Limestone aggregate is mined in nearby quarries and explosive charges and blasting agents are often used during this activity. These quarries are located outside of the City of Doral in unincorporated Miami-Dade County. Daily

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Mining Engineering Dissertations Mining Engineering ...

Shaped charges: Their mechanism and applications in mining, Pranlal Girdharlal Sheth. Dissertations from 1951 PDF. The relationship of regional structural geology to the ore deposits in the southeastern Missouri mining district, Jack Alexander James. PDF. An experimental evaluation of explosives in blasting limestone and granite, Harve Preston ...

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Blasting and Fragmentation Journal - International Society ...

2 天前  Several stages of the mining process involve high speed loading rates including blasting, scraping, comminution, etc. Technical comprehension of how rocks deform, fracture, and fail under these loads is a fundamental first step required prior to any

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Blast Modelling Agg-Net

2021-11-23  This work is funded via the EPSRC Grant EP/J013218/1 ‘Predicting Detonation Characteristics and Performance of Commercial Explosives for the Mining and Explosive Manufacturing Industries’. References. BDZIL, J.B., and S.D. STEWART:

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