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Empirical selection of ground support for dynamic conditions using charting of support performance at Hamlet mine
Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Deep and High Stress Mining
This paper demonstrates assessment of ground support dynamic performance, using charting of easily available mine site data, to provide guidance for support selection for dynamic conditions. The process is transparent and accessible to site engineers, and is described for the Hamlet gold mine in Australia. The process defines the relationships between three factors: the seismic event magnitude, the level of damage caused, and the installed ground support. The process is firmly based on thedoi:10.36487/acg_rep/1704_42_mikula fatcat:vpdlo3jnjfbflbzk2zaimgmhrq