sedimentary rock backfilling

IN-SITU BACKFILLING EXPERIMENT OF THE SMALL SCALE

2020-7-31  Tertiary sedimentary rocks widely and unconformably overlaythe cretaceous Toki Granite (60–70 Ma) [3]. The Toki Granite, a zoned pluton, has three rock facies grading from muscovite-biotite granite at the margin through hornblend-biotite granite to biotite granite [3]. The RD work of the MIU project conducted m ainly in the Toki Granite ...

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Evaluation of the effectiveness of backfilling and sealing ...

2014-10-11  The bedrock in the Kristineberg area is composed of deformed and metamorphosed Palaeoproterozoic 1.9 Ga volcanic and sedimentary rocks hosting several volcanic massive sulpide (VMS) deposits of varying size, the most important being the Kristineberg deposit. ... (2013) The effects of backfilling and sealing the waste rock on water quality at ...

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Backfilling Techniques and Materials in Underground ...

2012-3-29  granite), sedimentary rock formations (e.g. continental clays, clay stones, limestone), volcanic rock (e.g. tuff ) and massive salt deposits. In Finland and Sweden the concept selected after more than 30 years of investigation and research is construction of deep repositories in crystalline rock

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Backfilling: Definition Importance of Backfilling

2020-3-30  Backfilling is an important part of the construction process. Backfilling happens after excavation when the soil is compacted back into the trench or foundation. It is used to help protect foundations, roadways, walkways, and other structures by using a mixture of soil, rocks,

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A New Type of Bedform Produced by Backfilling Processes in ...

2001-9-1  These inclined sandy macroforms, typically 2-5 m in height and 30-40 m in length, are described in detail for the first time in this paper, and are interpreted as a new large-scale sedimentary structure.

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Stability evaluation and optimal excavated design of rock ...

2008-3-1  The physico-mechanical properties of the soils, altered rock in the ring structure and sedimentary rock, and backfilling materials used in the numerical simulations were based on evaluation of the exploratory drilling and the laboratory test results.

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A review of excavation damage zones in sedimentary

suitable rock formation in either sedimentary or crystalline rock at depth. The Excavation Damage Zone (EDZ) around ... c. Bentonite clay as a backfilling and seal material

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02315 EXCAVATION, TRENCHING BACKFILLING

2016-6-8  .2 Rock excavation: Excavation of material from solid masses of igneous, sedimentary or metamorphic rock which, prior to its removal, was integral with its parent mass, and boulders or rock fragments having individual volume in excess of 1 m3. Frozen material not classified as rock..3 Topsoil: Material capable of supporting good vegetative ...

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Fine aggregates produced from oil shale mining waste rock ...

Aggregate used for backfilling minimize also waste rock depositing in waste rock dumps on the ground. ... Oil shale is a yellowish-brown, relatively soft sedimentary rock of low .

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Excavation and Embankment

Rock Excavation - Unless otherwise specified, rock shall be excavated to a minimum depth of 0.5 feet and a maximum depth of 1 foot below the sub grade, within the limits of the roadbed. Rock removed in the excess of 1 foot below the sub grade will not be paid for. Backfilling of the

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Backfilling Techniques and Materials in Underground ...

2012-3-29  granite), sedimentary rock formations (e.g. continental clays, clay stones, limestone), volcanic rock (e.g. tuff ) and massive salt deposits. In Finland and Sweden the concept selected after more than 30 years of investigation and research is construction of deep repositories in crystalline rock

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Evaluation of the effectiveness of backfilling and sealing ...

2014-10-11  The bedrock in the Kristineberg area is composed of deformed and metamorphosed Palaeoproterozoic 1.9 Ga volcanic and sedimentary rocks hosting several volcanic massive sulpide (VMS) deposits of varying size, the most important being the Kristineberg deposit. ... (2013) The effects of backfilling and sealing the waste rock on water quality at ...

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Can Limestone be used as Backfilling Materials ...

2020-9-26  Crushed sedimentary limestone is an excellent material for backfill. In fact, where I work, it is the only high quality material available at a reasonable price. It has excellent properties and compacts well. It is suitable as the base for buildings, roads, railroads, etc... and we use it for all of those applications.

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02315 EXCAVATION, TRENCHING BACKFILLING

2016-6-8  .2 Rock excavation: Excavation of material from solid masses of igneous, sedimentary or metamorphic rock which, prior to its removal, was integral with its parent mass, and boulders or rock fragments having individual volume in excess of 1 m3. Frozen material not classified as rock..3 Topsoil: Material capable of supporting good vegetative ...

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Excavating, Trenching and Backfilling

2021-6-3  Rock excavation: excavation of material from solid masses of igneous, sedimentary or metamorphic rock which, prior to its removal, was integral with its parent mass, and boulders or rock fragments having individual volume in excess of 1 m3. Frozen material not classified as rock.

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Excavation and Embankment

Rock Excavation - Unless otherwise specified, rock shall be excavated to a minimum depth of 0.5 feet and a maximum depth of 1 foot below the sub grade, within the limits of the roadbed. Rock removed in the excess of 1 foot below the sub grade will not be paid for. Backfilling of the

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Experimental study on the tensile strength and failure ...

2019-7-1  A prediction model for the dynamic mechanical degradation of sedimentary rock after a long–term freeze-thaw weathering: considering the strain-rate effect. Cold Reg. Sci. Technol., 131 (2016), pp. 16-23. Article Download PDF View Record in Scopus Google Scholar. Wang et al., 2017.

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Chapter four Sedimentary structures Introduction

2019-10-23  Sedimentary structures Introduction Sedimentary structures; are large-scale features of sedimentary rocks that are best studied in the field, formed from aggregates of grains and generated by a variety of sedimentary processes. They occur abundantly in siliciclastic sedimentary rocks and also occur in nonsiliciclastic sedimentary rocks.

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A Numerical Simulation Study of the Desaturation and ...

2021-5-12  i JAEA-Data/Code 2021-002 A Numerical Simulation Study of the Desaturation and Oxygen Infusion into the Sedimentary Rock around the Tunnel in the Horonobe Underground Research Laboratory Kazuya MIYAKAWA, Kazuhei AOYAGI, Toshifumi AKAKI * and Hajime YAMAMOTO*

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“岩石力学与岩层移动”最新英文文献介绍(3)-西安科技大学 ...

2021-7-19  International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences, Volume 75, April 2015, Pages 224-232. Abstract: Rockburst is a dynamic phenomenon caused by multiple factors associated with mining excavations and activities. It is very hard to make predictions accurately. In this study, a multi-index model, based on fuzzy matter–element theory ...

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Evaluation of the effectiveness of backfilling and sealing ...

2014-10-11  The bedrock in the Kristineberg area is composed of deformed and metamorphosed Palaeoproterozoic 1.9 Ga volcanic and sedimentary rocks hosting several volcanic massive sulpide (VMS) deposits of varying size, the most important being the Kristineberg deposit. ... (2013) The effects of backfilling and sealing the waste rock on water quality at ...

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o§on - USGS

2011-12-8  A multidisciplinary approach to research studies of sedimentary rocks and their constituents and the evolution of sedimentary basins, both ancient and modern U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN 1808 ... Incision and backfilling of the paleovalleys is prob­ ...

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02315 EXCAVATION, TRENCHING BACKFILLING

2016-6-8  .2 Rock excavation: Excavation of material from solid masses of igneous, sedimentary or metamorphic rock which, prior to its removal, was integral with its parent mass, and boulders or rock fragments having individual volume in excess of 1 m3. Frozen material not classified as rock..3 Topsoil: Material capable of supporting good vegetative ...

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Utilising selective extraction, crushing and separation of ...

2015-8-25  separation of sedimentary mineral resources Ingo Valgma, Veiko Karu, Martin Nurme, Gaia Grossfeldt ... oil shale and limestone in the mine to support effective management of calorific value and backfilling. Keywords: Oil shale, separation, crushing, breaking, ... This is closely related to backfilling and waste rock usage. Our recent studies in ...

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Can Limestone be used as Backfilling Materials ...

2020-9-26  Crushed sedimentary limestone is an excellent material for backfill. In fact, where I work, it is the only high quality material available at a reasonable price. It has excellent properties and compacts well. It is suitable as the base for buildings, roads, railroads, etc... and we use it for all of those applications.

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Excavating, Trenching and Backfilling

2021-6-3  Rock excavation: excavation of material from solid masses of igneous, sedimentary or metamorphic rock which, prior to its removal, was integral with its parent mass, and boulders or rock fragments having individual volume in excess of 1 m3. Frozen material not classified as rock.

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Excavation and Embankment

Rock Excavation - Unless otherwise specified, rock shall be excavated to a minimum depth of 0.5 feet and a maximum depth of 1 foot below the sub grade, within the limits of the roadbed. Rock removed in the excess of 1 foot below the sub grade will not be paid for. Backfilling of the

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Sedimentary Structures Laboratory - UNAM

2019-3-26  These are sedimentary structures which are best seen looking at a side view of a sedimentary rock or sequence of sedimentary rocks. 1. Stratification (or layering) is the most obvious feature of sedimentary rocks. The layers (or strata) are visible because of differences in the color or texture of adjacent beds.

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A Numerical Simulation Study of the Desaturation and ...

2021-5-12  i JAEA-Data/Code 2021-002 A Numerical Simulation Study of the Desaturation and Oxygen Infusion into the Sedimentary Rock around the Tunnel in the Horonobe Underground Research Laboratory Kazuya MIYAKAWA, Kazuhei AOYAGI, Toshifumi AKAKI * and Hajime YAMAMOTO*

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The Role of Rock Engineering in Developing a Deep ...

management strategies (NWMO 2005) recommended that both crystalline rock and sedimentary rock should be considered as potential host media for a DGR in Canada. Comprehensive work related to rock engineering for DGR concepts in crystalline rock has been completed (e.g. Andersson et al. 2000, Martin et al. 2001, Read Chandler 2002, Read 2008).

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