by Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology = Centre canadien de la technologie des minéraux et de l"énergie in Ottawa, Ont .
Written in English
ABSTRACT: This chapter of the pit slope manual series describes the effects of groundwater on slope design. Pressure determination, flow net, permeability, flow net construction, drainage methods, monitoring, costs and the results of various analyses are discussed.
|Statement||J. C. Sharp, G. M. M. Ley and R. Sage, editors|
|Series||CANMET report -- 77-13|
|Contributions||Sharp, J. C., Ley, G. M. M., Sage, R.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||240 p. :|
|Number of Pages||240|
Pit Slope Manual - Chapter 4 - Groundwater Vol Issue 13 of Canada Canmet Report: Author: Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology: Published: Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. Pit slope manual, chapter 9 by Mining Research Laboratories (Canada), , Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology = Centre canadien de la technologie des minéraux et de l'énergie edition, in EnglishPages: Chapter 5. Design. Supplement , Plane shear analysis Supplement , Rotational shear sliding: analyses and computer programs. Supplement , Financial computer programs. Chapter 6. Mechanical support. Supplement , Buttresses and retaining walls. Chapter 7. Perimeter blasting. Chapter 8. Monitoring. Chapter 9. Waste embankments. Chapter Chapter 4 – Construction and Maintenance This chapter provides guidance for the operator about the basic requirements for safe and envi-ronmentally sound construction and maintenance of oil and gas-related infrastructure. Construction and maintenance must be performed to standards that ensure the long-term health and productivity of the land.
Pit slope manual (CANMET report ; ) Unknown Binding by Mining Research Laboratories (Canada) (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Unknown Binding "Please retry" — Author: Mining Research Laboratories (Canada). top Chapter Outlines A Guidelines for Open Pit Slope Design book contains 14 chapters that follow the life of mine sequence from concept through to closure.. In order to help the practitioner deal with short comings in the investigation and design process, each chapter deliberately focuses on leading issues such as what data is required, how it should be processed and which . take up the appropriate chapter#;on the Pit slope manual (Herget ) to place this section in perspective. There are other examples of the selection of subjects. Created as an outcome of the Large Open Pit (LOP) project, an international research and technology transfer project on the stability of rock slopes in open pit mines, this book expands on the hydrogeological model chapter in the LOP project's previous book Guidelines for Open Pit Slope Design (Read & Stacey, ; CSIRO PUBLISHING).Brand: CSIRO PUBLISHING.
The Manual for Construction Layout was edited and published by the North Carolina Chapter 5 – Slope Stakes • Alignment of baseline for each borrow pit location. • Detailed sketch of proposed overhead and Type A and B ground mounted sign locations. controlling pit slope stability culminated in the book Rock Slope Engineering (2) and the CANMET Pit Slope Manual (3). With these books providing a technical basis the process of pit slope design was developed. For slopes of m or less, even in “fair” rock structural factors were typically the main constraint on stability, while for weak. The Institution of Mining and Metallurgy.  HOEK E., Estimating the stability of excavated slopes in opencast mines. Trans. Institution of Mining and Metal lurgy, Sect. A, V79, P A  CANMET, Pit slope manual - chapter 5- Design. Minister of Supply and Service Canada. Canmet report  MC MAHON B.K., Author: D. Hantz, J. Arcamone, J. Laversanne. Design Policy Manual Page ii Chapter 3 - Updated Green Book info Chapter 4 - Removed statement requiring an exception for determining and locating superelevation runoff, runout and transitions. Updated Green Book info. Chapter 5 - Updated Green Book info. Chapter 6 - Changed “Interstate Medians” to “Freeway Median”, File Size: 9MB.