Dynamic models of deformation of crustal blocks in the area of development of coal deposits - the basis of the information security of their development
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- Block Earth's crust, rank, geodynamic phenomenon, kinematics, geodynamic polygon, dynamic models of deformations.
- It is found that transition to new, safe and environmentally harmless technologies of the development of coal deposits in Kuzbass is not possible without the development of new models of dynamic deformation of crustal blocks. For their implementation the registration kinematics theory of crustal blocks was advanced, unified integrated strain state parameters of crustal blocks were established. In traditional technologies, the registration is based on either movement amplitudes of the surface of the earth crust or instrumental accuracy. Besides, a pattern of registration of the kinematics of crustal blocks is determined to identify the tensely deformed state. Based on the parameters of the block structure of the earth crust there is a list of parameters as recorded and produced by the geodesic monitoring of the stress-strain state of the earth crust. Zoning was evolved for practical use of dynamic models of deformation of crustal blocks, and geodynamic hazard assessment during the development of coal deposits was based on this zoning. This approach not only provides the multiplicity and complexity of using information but also increases its accuracy.
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TY - CONF AU - Aleksandr Solovitskiy PY - 2016/10 DA - 2016/10 TI - Dynamic models of deformation of crustal blocks in the area of development of coal deposits - the basis of the information security of their development BT - 8th Russian-Chinese Symposium “Coal in the 21st Century: Mining, Processing, Safety" PB - Atlantis Press UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/coal-16.2016.15 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/coal-16.2016.15 ID - Solovitskiy2016/10 ER -