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# EUROCK2018: Geomechanics and Geodynamics of Rock Masses

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## ABSTRACT

**Geomechanics and Geodynamics of Rock Masses** contains contributions presented at EUROCK 2018, the 2018 International Symposium of the International Society for Rock Mechanics (ISRM 2018, Saint Petersburg, Russia, 22-26 May 2018). Dedicated to recent advances and achievements in the fields of geomechanics and geotechnology, the main topics of the book include:

- Physical and mechanical properties of fractured rock (laboratory testing and rock properties, field measurements and site investigations)

- Geophysics in rock mechanics

- Rock mass strength and failure

- Nonlinear problems in rock mechanics

- Effect of joint water on the behavior of rock foundation

- Numerical modeling and back analysis

- Mineral resources development: methods and rock mechanics problems

- Rock mechanics and underground construction in mining, hydropower industry and civil engineering

- Rock mechanics in petroleum engineering

- Geodynamics and monitoring of rock mass behavior

- Risks and hazards

- Geomechanics of technogenic deposits

**Geomechanics and Geodynamics of Rock Masses **will be of interest to researchers and professionals involved in the various branches of rock mechanics and rock engineering. EUROCK 2018, organized by the Saint Petersburg Mining University, is a continuation of the successful series of ISRM symposia in Europe, which began in 1992 in Chester, UK.

## TABLE OF CONTENTS

part 1|102 pages

Key lectures

chapter 1|14 pages

#### Advancement of geomechanics and geodynamics at the mineral ore mining and underground space development

chapter 2|14 pages

#### Complete laboratory experimentation on hydraulic fracturing

chapter 4|6 pages

#### Anisotropic and nonlinear properties of rock including fluid under pressure

chapter 6|10 pages

#### Deep mining rock mechanics in China—the 3rd mining technology revolution

chapter 7|14 pages

#### Diagnostics and prediction of geomechanical objects state based on back analysis

chapter 8|7 pages

#### Rock mechanics and environmental engineering for energy and geo-resources

chapter 9|8 pages

#### The development of geomechanical engineering in mining

part 2|76 pages

Review papers

chapter 10|16 pages

#### Geodynamic safety of subsurface management

chapter 11|10 pages

#### Methods and approaches to geomechanical ensuring of mining safety at potash mines 1

chapter 12|8 pages

#### The Ural scientific school of geomechanics: Fundamental and applied research

chapter 13|14 pages

#### Geomechanical substantiation of mining in rockburst-hazardous deposits

chapter 14|14 pages

#### The researches of burst-hazard on mines in Russian Far East

chapter 15|12 pages

#### Modeling geomechanical and geodynamic behavior of mining-altered rock mass with justifying mechanisms of initiation and growth of failure zones

part 3|298 pages

Physical and mechanical properties of fractured rock

chapter 16|8 pages

#### Determination of the errors arising from apparatus and operator during applying the point load index

chapter 17|4 pages

#### Determination of rock deformability using the coastal sections of concrete dams as a large-scale stamp

chapter 18|5 pages

#### Characterization of hydromechanical damage of claystones using X-ray tomography

chapter 19|6 pages

#### Creation of regional database of physical-and-mechanical characteristics of man-induced dispersed soils

chapter 20|6 pages

#### Analysis of crack initiation and crack damage of metamorphic rocks with emphasis on acoustic emission measurements

chapter 21|7 pages

#### Comparison between conventional and multi-sensor geotechnical core logging methods

chapter 22|7 pages

#### Graphical evaluation of 3D rock surface roughness: Its demonstration through direct shear strength tests on Bátaapáti Granites and Mont Terri Opalinus Claystones

chapter 23|7 pages

#### Feasibility study on the influence of discontinuities on anisotropic rock masses regarding the stiffness

chapter 24|6 pages

#### The effect of mining layout, regional pillars and backfill support on delaying expected shaft deformation at Bambanani mine

chapter 25|7 pages

#### Fractured clay rocks as a surrounding medium of underground structures: The features of geotechnical and hydrogeological assessment

chapter 26|6 pages

#### New methods to fit a Hœk Brown failure criterion to data sets from multiaxial laboratory tests

chapter 27|7 pages

#### Application of a new clustering method for automatic identification of rock joint sets

chapter 28|6 pages

#### Experimental evidences of thermo-mechanical induced effects on jointed rock masses through infrared thermography and stress-strain monitoring

chapter 29|6 pages

#### A correlation between thermal conductivity and P-wave velocity of damaged granite

chapter 30|6 pages

#### Characterization of shear behavior of discontinuities of Brioverian schist

chapter 31|6 pages

#### Effects of stress, anisotropy and brittle-to-ductile transition on fracturing and fluid flow in shales

chapter 32|6 pages

#### Geomechanical characterization of the upper carboniferous under thermal stress for the evaluation of a High Temperature-Mine Thermal Energy Storage (HT-MTES)

chapter 33|5 pages

#### Investigating the mechanism contributing to large scale structurally driven hangingwall instabilities on the UG2 reef horizon

chapter 34|7 pages

#### Strength estimation of fractured rock using compression—a specimen with spherical indenters

chapter 35|5 pages

#### Measurements of thermal properties of rock samples under high temperature conditions

chapter 36|5 pages

#### Static and dynamic effective stress coefficient of St. Peter sandstone during depletion and injection

chapter 37|6 pages

#### Jointed rock mass characterization using field and point-cloud data

chapter 38|7 pages

#### New failure criterion for rocks by using compression tests

chapter 39|6 pages

#### Ore strength property evaluation in the design of ore preparation cycles

chapter 40|6 pages

#### Geomechanical behaviour of a rock barricade and cemented paste backfill: Laboratory experiments on a reduced-scale model

chapter 41|7 pages

#### Multivariate Artificial Neural Network (ANN) models for predicting uniaxial compressive strength from index tests

chapter 42|7 pages

#### Investigation of scale effects on uniaxial compressive strength for Kars-Kagızman Rock Salt, Turkey

chapter 43|7 pages

#### Practical aspects of boundary condition selection on direct shear laboratory tests

chapter 44|7 pages

#### Experimental studies of saliferous rock direct tension

chapter 45|6 pages

#### Understanding tilt-test results on saw-cut planar rock surfaces from a statistical perspective

chapter 46|5 pages

#### The use of InSAR as a tool to manage precursor ground displacement in rock masses

chapter 47|6 pages

#### Correlations of geomechanical indices for Andean environments

chapter 48|6 pages

#### Thermal behavior of Indian shale rock after high temperature treatment

chapter 49|9 pages

#### Swelling pressures of some rocks using different test procedures

chapter 50|6 pages

#### The implementation of de-stress gold mining technique along complex geological structures and heavily fractured ground conditions

chapter 51|6 pages

#### The use of face perpendicular preconditioning technique to destress a dyke located 60 m ahead of mining faces

chapter 52|7 pages

#### Prospects of the physical model-based study of geomechanical processes

chapter 53|8 pages

#### Long term creep pressuremeter tests in soft rock (St. Petersburg, Russia)

chapter 54|5 pages

#### Reviewing length, density and orientation data of fractures in a granitic rock mass

chapter 55|6 pages

#### Change in elastic properties of hard rocks passing from thawed to frozen state

chapter 56|6 pages

#### Tensile behavior of rock under intermediate dynamic loading for Hwangdeung granite and Linyi sandstone

chapter 57|7 pages

#### Development of a rock blasting management system

chapter 58|6 pages

#### Experimental study on damaged zone around an opening due to thermo-mechanical loading

chapter 59|6 pages

#### Ground closure monitoring systems on trial in deep to ultra-deep mechanized gold mining

part 4|96 pages

Geophysics in rock mechanics

chapter 60|6 pages

#### Study of factors behind rock slope displacement at Higashi Shikagoe limestone quarry, Japan

chapter 61|6 pages

#### Seismic measurements to recognize rock mass damaging induced by recurrent vibrations

chapter 62|8 pages

#### Dynamic investigations of EDZs from Bátaapáti radwaste repository based on passive seismoacoustic measurements

chapter 63|6 pages

#### Reactivation of the old landslide caused by the land development—the case study

chapter 64|7 pages

#### Rock stress assessment based on the fracture induced electromagnetic radiation

chapter 65|6 pages

#### Modern principles of nondestructive stress monitoring in mine workings—overview

chapter 66|6 pages

#### Empirical-Statical-Dynamic (ESD) methodology for extrapolation in rock mechanics

chapter 67|8 pages

#### State-of-the-art damage assessment methods for brittle rock using digital image correlation and infrared thermography

chapter 68|6 pages

#### The increasing of exploitation safety of potassium salt deposit based on geological-geomechanical simulation

chapter 69|6 pages

#### Effect of viscosity of fault filling on stick-slip dynamics of seismogenic fault motion: A numerical approach

chapter 71|6 pages

#### Geophysical monitoring as an inherent part of the technological process in deep open pits

chapter 72|6 pages

#### Changes in the time of the properties of rock foundations of large hydraulic structures according to geophysical monitoring data

chapter 73|4 pages

#### Recovery of in-situ orientation of drilled rock core samples for crustal stress measurements

chapter 74|6 pages

#### Monitoring and analysis of a large mass movement area in clay endangering a motorway in Bavaria, Germany

part 5|144 pages

Rock mass strength and failure

chapter 75|6 pages

#### On a model of geomechanical effect of underground explosion in the massif of block-like structure and the mechanism of rock destruction

chapter 76|5 pages

#### Effect of thermal damage on strain burst mechanism of brittle rock using acoustic emission

chapter 77|6 pages

#### Gel explosives—a tool to improve the efficiency of drilling and blasting operations

chapter 78|6 pages

#### Dynamical destruction of rock mass due to excavation of a coal seam

chapter 79|6 pages

#### Quantitative assessment of variability in values of Geological Strength Index (GSI)

chapter 80|5 pages

#### The effect of stress level on the compressive strength of the rock samples subjected to cyclic loading

chapter 82|8 pages

#### Analytical formulation of stand-up time based on 1989 Beniawski′s chart

chapter 83|7 pages

#### Assessing the influence of discontinuities and clayey filling materials on the rock slope instability

chapter 84|6 pages

#### Laboratory investigation of crack initiation on hourglass-shaped granite specimens

chapter 85|8 pages

#### Comparison of different approaches to predict the shear strength of large rock discontinuities

chapter 86|5 pages

#### Effects of excavation damage on the electrical properties of rock mass

chapter 87|6 pages

#### Study of physical-mechanical properties of hard rocks under water-saturated conditions

chapter 88|3 pages

#### On the effectiveness of rocks and materials destruction based on shock-wave cutting technology

chapter 89|6 pages

#### Modelling of fault reactivation in applications of mining and petroleum industry

chapter 90|4 pages

#### Acoustic emission precursor criteria of rock damage

chapter 91|7 pages

#### Numerical simulation of stress distribution within a rock discontinuity asperity

chapter 92|6 pages

#### Thermo-temporal behaviour of uniaxial compressive strength of a fine-grained Indian sandstone

chapter 93|7 pages

#### Acoustic and failure behaviour of Gondwana shale under uniaxial compressive and indirect Brazilian tensile loading—an experimental study

chapter 94|5 pages

#### Rocks drillability classification based on comparison of physico-mechanical properties with drilling rate timing

chapter 95|4 pages

#### About specific energy intensity behavior under multistage triaxial compression of sandstone specimens

chapter 96|6 pages

#### The relationship between strain, microstrain, temperature fields and microseismic emission parameters in geomodels with hole under uniaxial and biaxial loading

chapter 97|6 pages

#### Monitoring of coal pillars yielding during room and pillar extraction at the great depth

part 6|28 pages

Nonlinear problems in rock mechanics

chapter 98|8 pages

#### Ultimate bearing capacity analysis of foundation on rock masses using the Hoek-Brown failure criterion

chapter 99|6 pages

#### Conception of highly stressed rock and rock mass—as the step to theory of hierarchical cracking mesostructures

chapter 100|6 pages

#### Zonal type mesostructures around single openings in deep rock mass

chapter 101|6 pages

#### Models of strength and fracture of rocks

part 7|210 pages

Geophysics in rock mechanics

chapter 102|7 pages

#### Tunnel restoration in unstable rock masses: Numerical analysis and validation of monitoring data from innovative instrumentation

chapter 103|6 pages

#### Forecast of rock mass stability under industrial open pit mine facilities during the open pit deepening. A case study of the Zhelezny open pit, JSC Kovdorsky GOK

chapter 104|6 pages

#### Benefits and limitations of applying directional shear strengths in 2D and 3D limit equilibrium models to predict slope stability in highly anisotropic rock masses

chapter 105|7 pages

#### Mathematical modelling of limit states for load bearing elements in room-and-pillar mining of saliferous rocks *

chapter 106|5 pages

#### Quantitative risk analysis of fragmental rockfalls: A case study

chapter 107|4 pages

#### Experimental and numerical investigation the divergence of horizontal and vertical displacement in longwall mining

chapter 108|6 pages

#### Numerical analysis of the rheological behaviour of the Socompa debris avalanche, Chile

chapter 109|6 pages

#### Numerical study on the strategies to reduce the risk of induced seismicity in an enhanced geothermal system

chapter 110|7 pages

#### The reasons of landslides activization at Sakhalin Island (on the example of landslide exploration at the river Lazovaya)

chapter 111|6 pages

#### Prediction of rock movements using a finite-discrete element method

chapter 112|10 pages

#### Simulation of fracture propagation depth and failure in long hole open stoping

chapter 113|6 pages

#### Hydraulically fractured hard rock aquifer for seasonal storage of solar thermal energy

chapter 114|6 pages

#### Peculiarities of numerical modeling of the conditions for the formation of water inflows into open-pit workings when constructing the protective watertight structures at the Koashvinsky quarry

chapter 115|6 pages

#### Numerical study of the hydraulic fracturing and energy production of a geothermal well in Northern Germany

chapter 116|6 pages

#### A mathematical approach for prediction of inclinometer measurements in open-pit coal mine slopes

chapter 117|6 pages

#### Comparison of limit equilibrium and finite element methods to slope stability estimation

chapter 118|7 pages

#### Analyzing slope stability in bimrocks by means of a stochastic approach

chapter 119|6 pages

#### 3D finite element modelling of fracturing in heterogeneous rock: From pure solid to coupled fluid/solid analysis

chapter 120|6 pages

#### Global sensitivity analysis on thermo-hydro-mechanical coupled processes in a low strength sedimentary rock

chapter 121|6 pages

#### The effect of rock mass stiffness on crush pillar behaviour

chapter 122|6 pages

#### Discrete element modelling of a soil-mesh interaction problem

chapter 123|6 pages

#### Numerical modelling of fracture processes in thermal shock weakened rock

chapter 124|6 pages

#### Static and dynamic analysis of a rock slope in Sikkim: A case study

chapter 125|7 pages

#### Finite-element analysis as a means of solving geomechanics problems in deep mines

chapter 126|6 pages

#### Numerical modelling of rock fracture with a Hoek-Brown viscoplastic-damage model implemented with polygonal finite elements

chapter 127|7 pages

#### Numerical modeling and back analysis method for optimal design of Butterfly Valve Chamber (BVC) of Tehri HPP

chapter 128|5 pages

#### 3D finite element modelling of chain-link drapery system

chapter 129|6 pages

#### Analysis of instability mechanisms of a high rock prism standing on a cliff face

chapter 130|7 pages

#### The propagation of hydraulic fractures in coal seams based on discrete element method

chapter 131|6 pages

#### The influence of the interface of drilled socketed shafts and rock mass on their behavior

chapter 132|6 pages

#### The determination of crack resistance of circular shaped fiber reinforced concrete tunnel lining by means of linear fracture mechanics

chapter 133|6 pages

#### Kinematics and discreet modelling for ramp intersections

part 8|130 pages

Mineral resources development: Methods and rock mechanics problems

chapter 134|4 pages

#### Prediction of excavation damaged zone in underground blasts using artificial neural networks

chapter 135|6 pages

#### Using large-scale geotechnical modelling to solve mining tasks at a gold-copper mine

chapter 136|6 pages

#### Geotechnical data management and visualization systems: Meeting the data challenge of the 21st century and maximizing value for open pit mines

chapter 137|6 pages

#### On sinkhole formation at the site of fresh water breakthrough into salt mine *

chapter 138|6 pages

#### Experimental and theoretical studies of undermined strata deformation during room and pillar mining

chapter 139|7 pages

#### Progressive damages in hard rock by utilising an oscillating undercut technology

chapter 140|6 pages

#### An integrated geostatistical-geomechanical approach for predicting potential risk of failure in pit walls

chapter 141|6 pages

#### A new method on extraction of two thick seams simultaneously on extremely difficult ground condition—a case study

chapter 142|6 pages

#### The study and test on the development regularity of the mining speed of coal seam separated from the overburden strata

chapter 143|7 pages

#### Rock mechanics implications of microwave treatment of rock as part of a hybrid system for mechanical excavation of rock for civil and mining applications

chapter 144|6 pages

#### Subsidence assessment of ghaplogh stope and pillar mine by using numerical analysis

chapter 145|6 pages

#### Geomechanical evaluation of the parameters of the open-stoping method for the Oleniy Ruchey deposit

chapter 146|6 pages

#### Experience of geomechanical research and calculations toward ore deposit development in complex mining conditions

chapter 148|5 pages

#### The need for formal rock engineering expertise in deep mining

chapter 149|6 pages

#### Geomechanical substantiation of calculate indicators of the rock mass strength for slopes stability analysis of open pit

chapter 150|6 pages

#### Forecast of probability of shock hazard in conditions of underground development of Zarmitan gold deposit zones

chapter 151|6 pages

#### Bioleaching and engineering properties of ore materials (overview)

chapter 152|4 pages

#### DEM modeling of the ore discharge from blocks

chapter 153|6 pages

#### Formation of technogenic zones of effective degassing at development of coal-bed

chapter 154|3 pages

#### Zones of technogenic water-conducting cracks by room-and-pillar mining

chapter 155|6 pages

#### Evaluation of factors influencing the effectiveness of backfill support in mechanized deep to ultra-deep gold mining

part 9|257 pages

Rock mechanics and underground construction in mining, hydropower industry and civil engineering

chapter 156|7 pages

#### Mixed Face Conditions (MFC) in hard rock TBM drives—causes, effects and solutions

chapter 157|7 pages

#### Plunge pool project and implementation at the Lom Pangar dam site (Cameroon)

chapter 158|6 pages

#### The earth settlements prediction method due to tunnels construction through tunnel boring machines with active face support pressure based on multivariate numerical modelling

chapter 159|8 pages

#### Stress corrosion failure of cable bolts in underground mines

chapter 160|6 pages

#### Preliminary results of gypsum mechanical characterization

chapter 161|7 pages

#### Water inflow prediction in tunneling on the base of geostructural survey

chapter 162|6 pages

#### Multivariable effect of hydrogeological conditions on the long-term stability of structures on a rock foundation

chapter 163|6 pages

#### Analysis and comparison of the measurements of Fréjus road tunnel and of its safety gallery

chapter 164|5 pages

#### Geomechanical aspects of the developing of man-made massives of tailing dams at the mining enterprises

chapter 165|10 pages

#### Strength behaviour of Middle Siwalik sandstone under uniaxial and triaxial conditions

chapter 166|7 pages

#### Modelling the process of rock landslides cave-in through the program suite Rocscience

chapter 167|6 pages

#### Numerical simulation of the multistage hydraulic fracturing and production in a tight gas horizontal well—history matching and preliminary optimization

chapter 168|6 pages

#### Evaluation of effective strength parameters in mudrocks

chapter 169|6 pages

#### Variation of laboratory test results with specimen size in carbonates of Bavarian Malm

chapter 170|6 pages

#### Integration of the analytical, empirical, and numerical methods in analyzing support requirements for tunneling in weak rock mass

chapter 171|6 pages

#### Numerical and field investigation for the stability analysis of a powerhouse cavern in dolomitic limestone

chapter 172|6 pages

#### Comparison between an energetic continuum approach and a local failure criterion for rock fracture prediction

chapter 173|7 pages

#### Challenging estimation of seepage in powerhouse cavern and drainage tunnel in Iran

chapter 174|6 pages

#### Roadway slope stability assessment in mudstone layers of Sochi (Russia)

chapter 175|6 pages

#### Searching for indicators of excavation damage using R statistics environment

chapter 176|6 pages

#### Estimation of coal cutting force based on the impact of geomechanical factors

chapter 177|6 pages

#### Comprehensive earth scientific documentation and data processing applying GIS technologies

chapter 178|8 pages

#### Geomechanical provision of phosphogypsum stockpiling in high stacks

chapter 179|10 pages

#### An analytical model for load-displacement performance of modified cable bolts

chapter 180|8 pages

#### Improving stopes stability limits using Mineroc software

chapter 181|6 pages

#### Challenges related to water inflow during construction of deep Norwegian subsea tunnels

chapter 182|6 pages

#### Numerical model of fluid-saturated rock mass with phase transitions as a theoretical basis for artificial ground freezing control system

chapter 183|7 pages

#### The results of comprehensive studies of properties of the foundation of the concrete dam in Yakutia

chapter 184|10 pages

#### TBM performance assessment of an exploratory tunnel in hard rock

chapter 185|8 pages

#### Verification of a prediction method for ground conditions ahead of a tunnel face by means of inclination monitoring

chapter 186|6 pages

#### Features of mining and geomechanical justification of the parameters of the system for the development of soluble salt deposits through wells drilled from the earth surface

chapter 187|5 pages

#### In-situ estimation of stress-strain behavior of reinforced-concrete landing support

chapter 188|8 pages

#### Assessment of anisotropic deformation properties of tuff by a single test on a single specimen

chapter 189|7 pages

#### Determination of the ultimate bearing capacity at the Misicuni Dam, Bolivia

chapter 190|8 pages

#### Mechanized installation of high-tensile chain-link mesh for underground support

chapter 191|7 pages

#### Interface behaviour along the boundary between the rock bolt and bond material

part 10|94 pages

Rock mechanics in petroleum engineering

chapter 192|6 pages

#### New approach for evaluation of geomechanical parameters of low-permeable anisotropic rocks

chapter 193|6 pages

#### Experimental investigations of thermal expansion coefficient of Bazhenov Formation rocks

chapter 194|6 pages

#### Poroelastic response of an induced hydraulic fracture to water injection: A case study of the Horstberg geothermal reservoir, Germany

chapter 195|6 pages

#### Implosive acoustic emissions induced by injection of supercritical carbon dioxide into a hot granitic rock mass

chapter 196|6 pages

#### Physical modeling of real geomechanical processes by true

chapter 197|6 pages

#### Modeling of deformation and filtration processes near producing wells: Influence of stress state and anisotropy

chapter 198|7 pages

#### Drilling deviated wells in a highly unstable gas field in southern part of Iran

chapter 199|5 pages

#### Various effect of faults on mechanical earth models: A case study of integrated study

chapter 200|6 pages

#### Porosity measurement of 3-D printed gypsum rock by means of X-ray computed tomography

chapter 201|6 pages

#### Geomechanical modeling in the design and construction of wells, experience and prospects

chapter 202|6 pages

#### Hybrid numerical modeling of Mandel’s problem and investigating its various aspects

chapter 203|6 pages

#### Effect of rock anistropy on hydraulic fracture propagation

chapter 204|6 pages

#### 3D Geological Geomechanical Reservoir Modeling for the Purposes of Oil and Gas Field Development Optimization

chapter 205|6 pages

#### Calculation of convergence induced rock mass and ground surface movements in salt caverns for storage of liquid and gaseous energy carriers

chapter 206|6 pages

#### Fracture propagation in layered carboniferous strata

part 11|83 pages

Geodynamics and monitoring of rock mass behavior

chapter 207|6 pages

#### Hydra-U—a revolutionised ground based radar for safety critical monitoring in underground mines

chapter 208|6 pages

#### Strain monitoring of hard rock mine slopes

chapter 209|6 pages

#### Assessment of geodynamic and seismic conditions when mining rockburst-hazardous deposits

chapter 210|6 pages

#### Geodynamics of interblock and intrablock movements in the rock mass during the extraction of the Lovozero rare-metal deposit

chapter 211|7 pages

#### Rockburst prevention in roadway with wide coal pillar of full-mechanized caving face: A case study

chapter 212|6 pages

#### Karier measurement system. Monitoring of geodynamic behavior of deep open pit mine rock mass

chapter 213|6 pages

#### Emission of submicron particles for rock burst prediction

chapter 214|6 pages

#### Deformation monitoring of a tectonically active fault

chapter 215|6 pages

#### Manifestations of nonlinearity of deformation properties of a regional fault

chapter 216|6 pages

#### Methods and technical facilities for the assessment of geodynamic risk and geomechanical monitoring of burst-hazard rock massif

chapter 217|8 pages

#### Discussion on dynamical system of rockburst under tectonic stress field in coal mine

chapter 218|6 pages

#### Energy conversion and transfer in block-rock media on dynamics propagation

chapter 219|5 pages

#### Modeling of stress concentration zones in heterogeneous rock masses within slopes

part 12|64 pages

Risks and hazards

chapter 220|7 pages

#### An approach for evaluating the effects of protection measures on rock fall hazard zoning for land use planning

chapter 221|6 pages

#### Prediction of excavation damage zone depth variability in brittle rocks

chapter 222|6 pages

#### Reliability based design for rock fall barriers

chapter 223|6 pages

#### Experience and results of geodynamic risks management when mining the rockburst-hazardous deposits of the Khibiny rock massif

chapter 224|8 pages

#### Evaluating the importance of factors affecting short-term rock burst damage using rock engineering systems

chapter 226|6 pages

#### A simple methodology for hazard assessment of slopes in volcanic rocks from the Canary Islands: First steps. MACASTAB project

chapter 227|4 pages

#### The qualification program for mining professions on identification of hazards and risks associated with the loss of stability of rock mass

chapter 228|6 pages

#### An approach for the probability of wedge failure in the excavation direction

chapter 229|6 pages

#### Geomechanical aspects of remediation of quarries in the flysch: Case study of abandoned quarry in Majdan, Croatia

part 13|74 pages

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