This book investigates the evolution process of rockburst based on the energy dissipation theory and proposes appropriate active prevention and control technologies. It discusses the electromagnetic radiation (EMR) generated by coal rock fractures as a measurement of the amount of dissipated energy, and the use of EMR to experimentally observe the time domain characteristics of energy dissipation during coal rock failure processes. It then proposes the concept of the rockburst activity domain system (RADS), establishes a dynamic pressure model of rockburst, and describes the energy criterion for rockburst instability. Lastly, it presents two waterjet cutting-based cases of pressure relief and rockburst prevention. The book serves as a reference resource for mine safety workers, engineering technicians, scientists, graduate students and undergraduates engaged in research on dynamic hazards such as rockburst.
About the Author
Dazhao Song is an Associate Professor in School of Civil and Resource Engineering, University of Science and Technology Beijing. He received PhD in Safety Technology and Engineering from China University of Mining and Technology. Dr. Song’s research focuses on the mechanism of coal/rock dynamic hazards in underground space, the theory and technology of monitoring and early warning. He has made achievements in the electromagnetic radiation effects of coal/rock dynamic hazards in underground works with dozens of research papers published. He serves as the secretary of International Committee on Mine Safety Science and Engineering (ICMSSE), and is selected for the Beijing Nova Programme 2018.
- Hardcover: 248 pages
- Publisher: Springer; 1st ed. 2020 edition (April 28, 2019)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9811362785
- ISBN-13: 978-9811362781