Towards the determination of surface collapse type over abandoned mines in the Lorraine iron basin

Abstract : Surface collapse is a major problem that follows many active or abandoned underground workings. Collapses result from roof deformation of underground workings, and/or controlled or uncontrolled rock caving. The uncontrolled rock caving could result in surface instability problem and loss of materials and/or human life. Over the past 90 years, ans as a result of underground-uncontrolled rock caving, 16 major accidents "surface collapse" has been reported in the French Lorraine iron basin.
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Yasser El-Shayeb, Samy Kouniali, Jean-Pierre Josien, Yves Gueniffey. Towards the determination of surface collapse type over abandoned mines in the Lorraine iron basin. International symposium of the international society for rock mechanics (EUROCK 2001), Jun 2001, Espoo, Finland. ⟨ineris-00972216⟩

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