Modélisation du talus nord est de la Fosse Sainte Marie : (H.B.C.M. Unité d'Exploitation Tarn, Mine de Carmaux

Abstract : The slope stability is the critical problem in open cast mine design. At Carmaux open pit coal mine, situated in south-western France, exploted by HBCM, sorne pit zones present local sliding risks which have been increased by pit deepening. One of these risky zones is the slope situated on the northeastern side of Sainte-Marie open pit. Description of slope monitoring and control methods were done before modelling by the limit equilibrium method. Further modelling by the distincts elements method with UDEC twodimensional program was performed. Later, modelling results were compared to the instrumental mesuring values. Finally, additional excavation of the pit was simulated ta asses and determine slope stability behaviour in the case it is eventually done. Analysis results indicate global slope stability
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Pablo Ventura Diaz. Modélisation du talus nord est de la Fosse Sainte Marie : (H.B.C.M. Unité d'Exploitation Tarn, Mine de Carmaux. Autre. Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine, 1996. Français. ⟨NNT : 1996INPL114N⟩. ⟨tel-01752304⟩

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