Water-Bearing and Water-resisting Properties of Top of Ordovician Limestone in North China Coalfields

  • Hao WangEmail author
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In this chapter, the technical thinking that combines planar division with vertical zoning was adopted to study water-bearing and water-resisting properties of the TOL in NCCs. The comprehensive evaluation method of the water abundance of TOL in coal mining areas was presented. Three vertical zones in the TOL were put forward, which set the foundation for field implement of utilization and grouting reconstruction of the TOL.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Research & Development Center of Mining Hazard Control and Environmental ManagementXi’an Research Institute of China Coal Technology & Engineering Group CorporationXi’anChina

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