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    Evaluation Of A Sheathed Permissible Explosive

    an explosive charge of l-lZ lb, equiva- lent to two l-14- by 16-inch cartridges of permissible water gel explosive, a l2-inch layer of salt proved to be adequate. One question to be answered was the proper shape for the explosive charge. Charges of various shapes with

  • Fatal Accidents Due To Flyrock And Lack Of Blast Area

    Fatal Accidents Due To Flyrock And Lack Of Blast Area

    explosives were used in the United States during 2001. Out of this, coal and nonmetal mining consumed about 4.29 billion pounds USGS, 2003. A major part of this consumption was related to surface mining. Although blasting presents numerous hazards, the mining industry considers blasting an indispensable element of rock excavation.

  • Linedcavity shaped charges and their use in rock and

    Linedcavity Shaped Charges And Their Use In Rock And

    a secondary blasting tool yet the lined-cavity charge is best suited for punching a hole into a target, not for breaking it. The second and most serious difficulty lay in the type of explosive used. Ordinary, low-velocity, low-brisance2 mining explosives cannot yield a workable lined-cavity shaped charge.

  • Controlled blasting in a limestone mine using electronic

    Controlled Blasting In A Limestone Mine Using Electronic

    Jan 25, 2017 Except for very deep-seated deposits, open cast mining method has been recognized as the safest and most productive mode for mining minerals. Ever growing demand in minerals and coal has compelled the mine operators to increase the size of mine, which has resulted in an increasing trend towards large capacity open cast projects. Explosives and blasting techniques play a significant role

  • Decoupled explosive charge effects on blasting

    Decoupled Explosive Charge Effects On Blasting

    same size as the explosive charge. The explosive used was a 0.75 lb. slurry charge, 1.5 in. diameter and 10 in. long. The diameter and depth of the borehole were 2 in. and 3 ft., respectively. The borehole pressure, P, for cylindrical charges was found to vary with the explosion pressure, P, and the ratio of the radius of the charge Rc, to ...

  • BlastingMining Information 183 City of Doral

    Blastingmining Information 183 City Of Doral

    BlastingMining Information Listen. General Information Limestone aggregate is mined in nearby quarries and explosive charges and blasting agents are often used during this activity. These quarries are located outside of the City of Doral in unincorporated Miami-Dade County.

  • A study of the efficiency of splitsecond delay electric

    A Study Of The Efficiency Of Splitsecond Delay Electric

    Blasting caps, as used with safety fuse, are still applied in. any. mining operations. However, in the initial stages of the dev elopmmt of blasting eaps it. was. souglii to fire them electrically. The arliest attempts had two bare wires inserted in the cap charge, and ignition was by means of a spark pissed between these bare ends.

  • Limestone Quarrying and Processing A LifeCycle

    Limestone Quarrying And Processing A Lifecycle

    to as overburdenwith heavy equipment that is sometimes coupled with small explosive charges. The overburden is then transferred to onsite storage for potential use in later reclamation of the site. After the face of the limestone is exposed, the stone is removed from the quarry in benches, usually 8 to 12 feet

  • Legal and Safety Aspects of Explosives Handling

    Legal And Safety Aspects Of Explosives Handling

    Fig. 10. Blasting limestone in V o limestone quarry, part 1. Fig. 11. Blasting limestone in V o limestone quarry, part 2. Department of Mining in Tallinn University of Technology is monitoring blasting caused vibration, noise and dust in all mining conditions to find the correlation between different mining conditions and quantity of ...

  • Controlled blasting in a limestone mine using electronic

    Controlled Blasting In A Limestone Mine Using Electronic

    Bench blasting operation on limestone opencast mining at PT. Semen Padang Persero, Indonesia performed by electric blasting using coloumn loading system. ... Explosive charges, ranging in weight ...

  • Underground Limestone Mining

    Underground Limestone Mining

    Underground Limestone Mining by Robert M. McKay and Michael J. Bounk The production of limestone aggregate from underground workings requires machinery to illuminate the rock face and to hoist miners into position to clean drill holes and load explosives for blasting the rock. River Products Company, Columbus Junction Mine.

  • Explosives Mining Types

    Explosives Mining Types

    Explosives - Mining Types ... to this method is that a dangerously large explosive charge is needed, and much dust and fine coal are produced. ... used in the mining industry is for quarrying ...


    Pdf Environmental Impact Of Mine Blasting

    The blasting is the predominating method of braking mineable rocks in oil shale mines. Regardless of fewer weights of charges than in opencast mining due to shallow location of mineable seam, the ...

  • Mario Alberto Pazanin Angarita General Manager

    Mario Alberto Pazanin Angarita General Manager

    Acerca de. Mining Engineer specialized in Controlled Drilling and Blasting in Quarries, Mines, Civil Works and Mining Operations with 18 years of experience in the field. Extensive knowledge in design of drilling meshes and patterns of explosive charge and controlled sequential initiation of holes. Management in Mining Operations.

  • Environmental hazards of limestone mining Letters To

    Environmental Hazards Of Limestone Mining Letters To

    Sep 08, 2020 Limestone mines use two types of blasting. Small explosive charges set along drilled lines free blocks of stone to be removed for construction. Large charges reduce whole areas of limestone

  • Mine Blasts in the AruL245una Limestone Quarry a

    Mine Blasts In The Arul245una Limestone Quarry A

    Specific Charge of an Explosive and Geometric Parameters of the Block to be Blasted Specific charge of an explosive is the quantity of an explosive needed for crushing a volume unit of a rock. The specific charge of an explosive is in the Aru-L una quarry generally 0.45 0.6 kgm 3.

  • An Analysis and Prevention of Flyrock Accidents in

    An Analysis And Prevention Of Flyrock Accidents In

    An Analysis and Prevention of Flyrock Accidents in Surface Blasting Operations by T. S. Bajpayee, Harry C. Verakis, and Thomas E. Lobb Abstract Blasting is a primary means of extracting minerals and ores at surface mining operations. The domestic consumption of explosives and blasting agents during the year 2002 was about 5.53 billion pounds.

  • Explosive charge mass and peak particle velocity PPV

    Explosive Charge Mass And Peak Particle Velocity Ppv

    Jun 09, 2010 1 Introduction. In mining engineering, interest is given to the determination of peak particle velocity PPV from the amount of explosive-charge mass used in blasting Bollinger 1971, Siskind et al 1980, 1989, Anderson et al 1982, Dowding 1985, Anderson 1993, Persson et al 1994, Muller 1997, Muller and Hohlfeld 1997, Hoshino et al 2000, Siskind 2000, Chen and Huang 2001, Tripathy


    Determination Of Bench Blast Design

    stemming material type and size, decks type and decking length, type of explosive, column and bottom charge, powder Factor for limestone quarry at Al Ain El Sukhna west of Gulf of Suez according to field trial tests. 1. Introduction In surface mining drilling and blasting are the major unit operations and have a

  • Guidance Note No GN 9 Use of Decked Blasting

    Guidance Note No Gn 9 Use Of Decked Blasting

    from other charges in the same boreholes by inert stemming material1. Decked blasting refers to firing multiple decks in a blast, with a different time delay between firing each deck. 2.2 Decked blasting is a common practice in the mining and civil construction industries in many countries.

  • Analysing the Ground Vibration Due to Blasting at

    Analysing The Ground Vibration Due To Blasting At

    Feb 02, 2013 Blasting, Vibration, AlvandQoly, Limestone Mine, Analysing . 1. Introduction measurement of ground vibration considered potentially . In most of surface mines, blasting operation is the first element of the ore extraction process. The primary purpose of blasting is rock fragmentation and displacement of the broken rock.

  • Mining the Limestone Two Praries One Place

    Mining The Limestone Two Praries One Place

    Limestone Mining Methods. Today, as in the past, the most demanding task of limestone mining was the cutting and lifting of the blocks of stone out of the ground, then hauling them to the mill. As has been said, it was not just the high quality of the limestone that developed the industry here, but the rock was close to the surface.

  • Environmental impact of blasting at Drenovac limestone

    Environmental Impact Of Blasting At Drenovac Limestone

    Jun 08, 2014 In present paper, the blast-induced ground motion and its effect on the neighboring structures are analyzed at the limestone quarry Drenovac in central part of Serbia. Ground motion is examined by means of existing conventional predictors, with scaled distance as a main influential parameter, which gave satisfying prediction accuracy R 0.8, except in the case of

  • Prediction of blastinduced flyrock in Indian limestone

    Prediction Of Blastinduced Flyrock In Indian Limestone

    Oct 01, 2014 Limestone mining is being implemented by fully mechanized opencast mining methods in all the mines under the study. ... linear charge concentration, specific charge i.e. ratio of explosive consumed to tonnage of rock broken per blast, kgt, maximum throw of flyrock or flyrock distance from the blasting face, are generated before blasting ...

  • A safety evaluation of highspeed trains by investigating

    A Safety Evaluation Of Highspeed Trains By Investigating

    Limestone mine blasting is separated at two stages digging the cut and widening the cut. The digging section is 9m wide and 6m high. The widening section is 18m wide and 6m high. In blasting works, the maximum charge per delay is about 21kg and blasting is conducted at maximum charge with 6 holes in the center cut. Figure 1 A plan view of the ...

  • Ring mining blasting

    Ring Mining Blasting

    Jan 25, 2014 Ring mining blasting. 1. Mine Blasts in the Aru-L una Limestone Quarry a Multidiciplinary Study Using Seismology and Mining Engineering Merike Ring1, Margus Noka1, Heidi Soosalu1,2, Ingo Valgma1, Riho Isk l1 Tallinn University of Technology Estonia, 2Geological Survey of Estonia ring.merikegmail.com 1 Abstract The thesis topic is ...


    Pdf Dust Resulting From Blasting In Surface Mines

    DUST RESULTING FROM BLASTING IN SURFACE MINES AND ITS CONTROL Sushil Bhandari 1, Akshat Bhandari 2 and Sandeep Arya 3 EXPLO 2004 CONFERENCE 1. Professor amp Head. Department of Mining Engineering Jai Narain Vyas University JODHPUR 342 011 INDIA Telephone 0291 2624063 Fax 0291 2513733 E-mail sushilbhandarihotmail.com 2.

  • Chapter 8 BLAST DESIGN NPS

    Chapter 8 Blast Design Nps

    The air gap around an explosive charge absorbs the shock energy and results in poor fragmentation. The explosive column illustrated in Figure 8-6 on the right will produce the best fragmentation. EXPLOSIVES ECONOMICS The economic analysis of the use of explosives is an important part of blasting operations in mining and construction.

  • Quarrying Limestone Rock Mining without Explosive

    Quarrying Limestone Rock Mining Without Explosive

    Quarrying Limestone Rock, Mining without Explosive Blasting. Dexpan Expansive Demolition Agent. Ozark Southern Rock Quarries Eureka Springs Arkansas, United States 2008. Dexpan Top 5 Benefits for Mining and Quarrying Dimension Stone. Special Discounts for Rock Quarries 575-332-9458.

  • Prediction of Blasting Cost in Limestone Mines Using

    Prediction Of Blasting Cost In Limestone Mines Using

    consequences of blasting. Given that blasting is the first step in the production process in open-pit mines and the cost of this step is 8-12 of the total mining costs 8, and lack of any study in the literature in predicting BC in most minerals including limestones, it is necessary to

  • Surface Bulk Explosives AECI Mining Explosives

    Surface Bulk Explosives Aeci Mining Explosives

    16 AEL Intelligent Blasting EXPLOSIVES AELs S100 Eco Series base emulsion is typically used in standard surface mining applications with the added benefit of being environmentally friendly. The recycled oil component within the emulsion formulation is fully consumed during the detonation phase and allows for an efficient way of consuming

  • Explosives Mining Types

    Explosives Mining Types

    Jul 07, 2011 Explosives - ANFO Ammonium Nitrate - Fuel Oil Mining is the search for, extraction, and beneficiation and processing of solid minerals from

  • Predictions of Experimentally Observed Stochastic

    Predictions Of Experimentally Observed Stochastic

    ground vibrations induced by blasting performed at limestone quarry Suva Vrela near Kosjeric , which is located in the western part of Serbia. The blasting was performed at five blasting locations, with a total of 426 blast holes, and with maximum 176 207 kg charge per delay. The explosive charge

  • Explosives Engineers Guide Dyno Nobel

    Explosives Engineers Guide Dyno Nobel

    Charge weight The amount of explosive charge in kilograms. Column charge A continuous charge of explosives in a blasthole. Critical diameter The minimum diameter for propagation of a stable detonation. Cutoffs A portion of an explosive column that has failed to detonate due to rock movement. Decoupling The use of explosive products

  • Control of fines through blasting design at a limestone

    Control Of Fines Through Blasting Design At A Limestone

    Abstract. Given in the paper are the results of experimental blasts in a limestone quarry for control of production of fines. The study indicated that fines can be kept to a minimum by reducing the charge factor to an optimum value, and by adopting a particular blasthole geometry. However, geological features imposed a limit on the reduction of ...