Influence of mining and geological factors on the application range of the blast-free technology during open pit mining
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The relationships between the structural weakening coefficient of rocks and the geological, mining and technical factors have been obtained from the statistical analysis of actual data. The provisions for wider application range of the blast-free technology in open pit mining are revealed.
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