Bench stability in open pit mines : a methodology for jointed rock masses

Abstract : The methods used to determine the overall gradients of the slopes in open pit workings aim to sufficiently eliminate all risk of failure on a scale comparable wich the pit walls. For this the slopes musc be made shallow gradual and reinforcing measures must generally be applied. Most often these consist of ensuring the drainage of the slopes and in limiting the effects of blasting (reinforcement is generally too costly in the case of very high slopes and deep planes of failure).
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Hafid Baroudi, D. Hantz, P.D. Asof, Jack-Pierre Piguet. Bench stability in open pit mines : a methodology for jointed rock masses. Conference International Society for Rock Mechanics "Fractured and Jointed Rock Masses", Jun 1992, Lake Tahoe, United States. pp.67-72. ⟨ineris-00971845⟩

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