Modelling the Effects of Blasting on Rock Breakage (Hardcover)

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The fundamental theories of simulating blast effects in elastic and elastoplastic media are presented in this monograph. Both classical and modern methods for modelling the processes of rock breakage by blasting are described. Contemporary methods for recording the processes occurring at high speeds are also presented. Physical and mathematical models of the major phenomena associated with blasting in open-cast and underground mines are illustrated. This monograph is intended for professionals involved in research and in the utilisation of blast energy in various sectors of the national economy.

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The fundamental theories of simulating blast effects in elastic and elastoplastic media are presented in this monograph. Both classical and modern methods for modelling the processes of rock breakage by blasting are described. Contemporary methods for recording the processes occurring at high speeds are also presented. Physical and mathematical models of the major phenomena associated with blasting in open-cast and underground mines are illustrated. This monograph is intended for professionals involved in research and in the utilisation of blast energy in various sectors of the national economy.

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Imprint

A A Balkema Publishers

Country of origin

Netherlands

Release date

1995

Availability

Expected to ship within 12 - 17 working days

First published

1995

Authors

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Dimensions

234 x 156 x 15mm (L x W x T)

Format

Hardcover

Pages

254

ISBN-13

978-90-5410-222-9

Barcode

9789054102229

Categories

LSN

90-5410-222-5



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