Rockburst: Mechanisms, Monitoring, Warning, And Mitigation by Xia-ting FengRockburst: Mechanisms, Monitoring, Warning, And Mitigation by Xia-ting Feng

Rockburst: Mechanisms, Monitoring, Warning, And Mitigation

byXia-ting Feng

Paperback | October 19, 2017

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Rockburst: Mechanisms, Monitoring, Warning and Mitigationinvites the most relevant researchers and practitioners worldwide to discuss the rock mechanics phenomenon related to increased stress and energy levels in intact rock introduced by drilling, explosion, blasting and other activities. When critical energy levels are reached, rockbursts can occur causing human and material losses in mining and tunneling environments. This book is the most comprehensive information source in English to cover rockbursts.

Comprised of four main parts, the book covers in detail the theoretical concepts related to rockbursts, and introduces the current computational modeling techniques and laboratory tests available. The second part is devoted to case studies in mining (coal and metal) and tunneling environments worldwide. The third part covers the most recent advances in measurement and monitoring. Special focus is given to the interpretation of signals and reliability of systems. The following part addresses warning and risk mitigation through the proposition of a single risk assessment index and a comprehensive warning index to portray the stress status of the rock and a successful case study. The final part of the book discusses mitigation including best practices for distressing and efficiently supporting rock.

Designed to provide the most comprehensive coverage, the book will provide practicing mining and tunneling engineers the theoretical background needed to better cope with the phenomenon, practical advice from case studies and practical mitigation actions and techniques. Academics in rock mechanics will appreciate this complete reference to rockburst, which features how to analyze stress signals and use computational modeling more efficiently.



  • Offers understanding of the fundamental theoretical concepts of rockbursts
  • Explores how to analyze signals from current monitoring systems
  • Shows how to apply mitigating techniques in current work
  • Identifies characteristics that should be measured in order to detect rockburst risk
Received his PhD in rock mechanics from the Northeastern University, China, in 1992. Then he has been affiliated as Lecturer, Associate Professor (from 1993-1996) and Professor (from 1996-2001) at the same university, from September 1995 to March 1996 as a Visiting Researcher and from December 1996 to November 1997 as a ITIT Special Re...
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Title:Rockburst: Mechanisms, Monitoring, Warning, And MitigationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:570 pages, 8.75 × 6.35 × 0.68 inPublished:October 19, 2017Publisher:Butterworth (trade)Language:English

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ISBN - 10:0128050543

ISBN - 13:9780128050545

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Table of Contents

1. Description and engineering phenomenon of rockburst 2. Case histories of rockburst at tunnels 3. Case histories of rockburst at metal mines 4. Case histories of rockburst at coal mines 5. Laboratory experiment of rockburst evolution mechanism 6. Understanding of rockburst evolution process by in situ comprehensive monitoring in a deep tunnel 7. Understanding of rockburst evolution mechanism using numerical modelling 8. Monitoring systems in rockburst 9. Microsiesmic monitoring method of rockburst evolution process 10. Latest developments on analysis of data monitored 11. Assessment of rockburst risk 12. Warning of rockburst 13. Avoiding high stress concentration by making reasonable excavation 14. Destressing 15. Excavation vulnerability and selection of effective rock support to mitigate rockburst damage 16. Successful examples for mitigating rockburst 17. Mitigating rockburst effects for civil engineering infrastructure and buildings 18. Conclusions and Future Developments