|Appears in Collections:||Management, Work and Organisation Conference Papers and Proceedings|
|Title:||A Comparison of Numerical Methods and Analytical Methods in Determination of Tunnel Walls Displacement – A Case Study|
|Citation:||Oraee B, Zandi S & Oraee K (2013) A Comparison of Numerical Methods and Analytical Methods in Determination of Tunnel Walls Displacement – A Case Study In: 32nd International Conference on Ground Control in Mining , Morgantown, WV: ICGCM. 32nd International Conference on Ground Control in Mining, 30.7.2013 - 1.8.2013, Morgantown, WV, USA.|
|Conference Name:||32nd International Conference on Ground Control in Mining|
|Conference Location:||Morgantown, WV, USA|
|Abstract:||Tunnel stability has an important role in the production process of an underground coal mine. There are various methods for analysing tunnel stability, such as numerical methods and analytical methods. In this paper, numerical methods (Phase2 software) have been used to determine tunnel wall displacement in a mining tunnel of the Parvade underground coal mine. The Ground Reaction Curve has also been drawn using analytical methods to determine tunnel wall displacement. The comparison of results from the numerical method and the analytical method show a noteworthy difference in the tunnel wall displacement. The displacement calculated by the numerical method shows a lower value than that of the analytical method because the numerical method is more suited to modeling the various coal and rock layers, as well as the shape of the excavations found in coal mines. The methodology used in this paper together with the results obtained from both methods can serve as useful tools for the coal mine design engineer when determining the ground support requirements.|
|Rights:||The ICGCM president has granted permission for use of this conference paper in this Repository. The paper was first published in the proceedings of 32nd International Conference on Ground Control in Mining by Morgantown, W. VA : Dept. of Mining Engineering, College of Engineering and Mineral Resources, West Virginia University|
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