THE SURFACE’S STABILITY ANALYSIS WITH FINITE ELEMENT METHOD UNDER THE COAL MINING AT E.M. LIVEZENI

Published in Journal of Young Scientist, Vol.I
Written by Ramona Rafila NICULAE

Long-term global economic growth may not be a realistic target since are not provided the appropriate and available mineral resources, which extraction affects – most often negative – the land surface stability. Therefore, it is necessary to reduce, if not to eliminate, impacts from mining activity through finding solutions based on monitoring the land surface movement. The main goal of the research is to achieve a better prognosis of the phenomenon, to protect the objectives located in the influence area of the underground mining, preventing their destruction.

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Niculae R. R. 2013, THE SURFACE’S STABILITY ANALYSIS WITH FINITE ELEMENT METHOD UNDER THE COAL MINING AT E.M. LIVEZENI. Journal of Young Scientist, Vol.I, ISSN 2344 - 1283, 69-74.


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