Investigation of one-pass grouted support systems for use in a high stress mining environment
CIM Bulletin, Vol. 89, No. 1001, 1996
Chris C. Langille, INCO Limited, Creighton Complex, Copper Cliff, Ontario, Dwayne D. Tannant, Geomechanics Research Centre, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario
John Galbraith, INCO Limited, Mines Research, Copper Cliff, Ontario
Development of underground openings in a deep mining environment requires a support system that is able to absorb energy as a result of dynamic loading due to rockbursting and blasting and static loading due to convergence as the development face advances. The support system must be resistant to corrosion and be effective over the life of the excavation, upward of ten years, yet simple and cost effective to install. Over the past two years, research has been conducted at INCO’s Creighton Mine to try and identify a one-pass grouted support system that will meet these needs.
Deep mining, One-pass support systems, Rock mechanics, Support systems, Underground mining.