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DOI: 10.5593/sgem2011/s07.111

KINEMATIC SURVEYING A NEW CONCEPT FOR MONITORING THE STABILITY OF MINING CONSTRUCTION

AUTHOR/S: G. M. T. RADULESCU, A. T.G. RADULESCU
Monday 1 August 2011 by Libadmin2011

11th International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM2011, www.sgem.org, SGEM2011 Conference Proceedings/ ISSN 1314-2704, June 20-25, 2011, Vol. 2, 279-286 pp

ABSTRACT

The branch of mining surveying science and engineering that uses measurements made
in the field, and also subsequent geometric constructions, as a basis for the study of the
structure of a deposit, the spatial arrangement of mine workings, and the processes of
stresses in rock and the earth’s surface in connection with mining work. It also reflects
the dynamics of the production process of a mining enterprise. Mine surveying work is
done by means of mine surveying instruments. Data from mine surveying are
synthesized in mine documentation, which is a set of diagrams produced by geometric
projection. Mine surveying is a composite science that is closely related to many
scientific disciplines: mathematics, engineering, physics, astronomical geodesy, geology
and mineralogy, geological exploration, the technology of exploitation of deposits, and
construction. Monitoring the stability of mining construction safety cannot be conceived
except by ensuring a careful geometric monitoring in static, cvasistatic or cinematic
regime of the execution and time behavior of the performed mining structures. In this
way, new methods have appeared for ensuring the geometry, taking into account the
perturbing factors – from among which, the main one is the action of the wind. Situated
at the border between structural safety – meteorology – surveying, the new domain
(Kinematic Surveying) is therefore an interdisciplinary one. The purpose of the paper is
to present this new chapter of surveying and its role in structural safety. In this paper we
present the aspects that have been solved until now, and what else should be done such
that this new concept would become a concept on its own. The conclusions of the paper
will emphasize the fact that only Kinematic Surveying, though it has a very strong
interdisciplinary character, represents now a development of classic surveying methods
in the cinematic space for monitoring the stability of mining structures.

Keywords: Kinematic Surveying, structural monitoring, stability of mining
construction, mining safety

PAPER 2011/s07.111: KINEMATIC SURVEYING A NEW CONCEPT FOR MONITORING THE STABILITY OF MINING CONSTRUCTION

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