The Study of the Influence of the Incident Angle, Frequency and Diameter on Blasting Vibration Velocity of the Underground Chamber
Based on model tests, the wave function expansion method was used to study scattering on the interaction of explosive stress waves and the underground chamber, and analyze the influence of the incident angle, frequency and diameter on blasting vibration velocity of underground chamber. It is obtained that when the cavern was under the plane waves of the vault, the radial vibration velocity of the vault is the largest among the four measured data, and it is the most intense vibrating place. When the incidence direction offsets from the vault to the horizontal direction on the left, the radial velocity facing burst are all larger than the radial velocity back of the burst. When the incident direction is on the dome, the tangential vibration velocity will increase first and then decrease from the vault to the side wall. When the incident direction is at the haunch, the tangential vibration velocity in the corner should be noticed. With increasing of the frequency, the radial vibration velocity and tangential vibration velocity increase accordingly. At the forward part of the burst, the larger the chamber diameter is, the bigger the radial and tangential velocities are. At the back side of the burst, the bigger the chamber diameter is, the smaller the radial and tangential vibration velocities are.
X. S. Lv et al., "The Study of the Influence of the Incident Angle, Frequency and Diameter on Blasting Vibration Velocity of the Underground Chamber", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 90-93, pp. 1555-1565, 2011