Motion Situation and Kinetic Energy Analysis for Ore Pass of Underground Mine
The fragmentation of ore pass under loading belongs to one of the typical disaster in underground mine. This paper is concerned with the description and explanation of this phenomenon and presents brittle fragmentation for impact damage of rock block based on impact test, high-speed camera was used to study the relation between fragmentation and damage and the effect of the kinetic energy of projectile on them, the experimental results demonstrate that the damaged zone, invasion depth increase with the increase of the kinetic energy of projectile, but are influenced by the impact angle; the results show that prior to the impact kinetic energy reaches the critical value, the energy dissipation is mainly for damaged zone, when the impact kinetic energy increases to the critical value.
Y. H. Huang et al., "Motion Situation and Kinetic Energy Analysis for Ore Pass of Underground Mine", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 90-93, pp. 383-386, 2011