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Mine subsidence--extent and cost of control in a selected area.

William Cochran

Mine subsidence--extent and cost of control in a selected area.

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Published by U.S. Bureau of Mines; [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in [Washington] .
Written in English

  • Pennsylvania.
    • Subjects:
    • Subsidences (Earth movements),
    • Mining engineering.,
    • Coal mines and mining -- Pennsylvania.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 25.

      Series[United States. Bureau of Mines] Information circular ;, 8507, Information circular (United States. Bureau of Mines) ;, 8507.
      LC ClassificationsTN295 .U4 no. 8507
      The Physical Object
      Pagination32 p.
      Number of Pages32
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4376716M
      LC Control Number78612080

      Tutorial: How to Use the Pennsylvania Mine Map Atlas. Section 2: How to view, download, and highlight mine maps The PA Mine Map Atlas allows you to view maps, download maps to your computer, and highlight maps so that you can see their exact location. Viewing Maps. Use your mouse to make a single click on the map in your location of interest. est mine subsidence events ( × feet and >50 feet deep) took place over a lead-zinc mine near Galena in (Touseull and Rich ). Most mine subsidence in Illinois, however, is related to coal mining, which represents the largest volume extracted and area undermined in the state of any solid commodity. The total acreage where coal mining. To cover whole area of mining activity full SAR scenes acquired from adjacent tracks , , have been selected. As the result the interferograms of variable baselines (between 0 to m) have been successfully generated. The best results were obtained for tracks and File Size: KB. "Rebuttable Presumption" Area -- A mine operator is presumed responsible for affecting a water supply if the water supply is within a degree angle of influence of underground mining. The area is illustrated in the drawing below. • retain (It is important to note that the entire well does not need to be in the rebuttal presumption area – onlyFile Size: KB.

      was a collapse of a mine underneath Interst near the I/I interchange. Due to the large area covered by the Cambridge coal fi eld, the age of the mines, and the potential danger of mine subsidence to damage the road network, the area encompassed by the Cambridge coal fi eld was selected for the pilot project.

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Mine subsidence--extent and cost of control in a selected area. by William Cochran Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cochran, William, Mine subsidence--extent and cost of control in a selected area. [Washington] U.S. Bureau of Mines. The Bureau of Mines estimated subsidence costs, including surface damages and control costs, for a county area in western Pennsylvania for Total surface damages attributable to the underground production of bituminous coal in the 1-year period were $,; in addition, million tons of coal, valued at $ million, was left in place to minimize potential surface.

extent of subsidence, both in area and strain mag­ nitudes, so that surface plants are not damaged or located unnecessarily distant from the mining op­ erations. Recent Federal regulations implementing the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of (Federal Register, ) will encourage in­Cited by: wish to add mine subsidence coverage back onto your policy.


Cracks, fissures, or step fractures. Pits or sinkholes. Troughs or sags. Surface fractures may be in the form of open cracks, stepped slips, or cave-in pits and reflect tension or shear stresses in the ground surface. When the area of surface collapse into the mine void isFile Size: 1MB.

Damages from a typical mine subsidence claim in Illinois may exceed $75, and mine subsidence strikes about one home per week. To make an informed decision, you should understand mine subsidence and its causes, and determine where your property lies in proximity to underground Size: KB.

Mining activities impact the nearby environment, causing the so-called mining hazards. The land subsidence phenomena caused by the dewatering of the mines are listed among the mining-induced catastrophic geohazards slowly affecting extensive areas around the opencasts.

These large-scale geo-hazards are related to both hydrogeological and Cited by: and Non Systematic Mine Subsidence Ground Movements Prepared by Mine Subsidence Engineering Consultants Level 1 / Victoria Avenue – Chatswood – NSW PO Box – Willoughby North – NSW Tel.

(02) Fax. (02) Email: [email protected] Revision A August File Size: 1MB. CHAPTER 8: SUBSIDENCE PREDICTION METHODS. Kewal Kohli. Stefanie Self. DEQ Filed: 5/17/ AM WEQC. DEQ Exhibit Step-by-step subsidence guide Step-by-step subsidence guide Most insurance companies will send a loss adjuster to your house to assess the potential cost.

Your insurer will then be able to recommend the best course of action once subsidence has been confirmed, and will be able to direct you towards any specialist contractors that you.

Subsidence, a sudden depression of the ground, occurs in two forms, trough and pothole subsidence. This can be hazardous to life and property as it occurs without any prior indication.

Subsidence can be controlled by using partial extraction methods, stowing etc. in. 45 days after the end of the quarter. Checks should be made payable to the Indiana Mine Subsidence Insurance Fund and sent along with the completed form to: Indiana Department of Insurance, W.

Washington St., SuiteIndianapolis, IN Attn: Mine. The cost of mine subsidence insurance, like the coverage offered, varies according to the states that provide it.

Even the most expensive policies are rather inexpensive, however. By far, the lowest rates for this insurance can be found in Ohio, where residents can purchase a mandatory policy that insures them up to $, for a mere $1 per year.

Two of the key changes in stream ecosystems were a reduction in the proportion of mayfly larvae downstream of the mine waste discharge and mosquito larvae dominating ( % of total abundance) the invertebrate community in the subsidence affected creek.

This paper presents several case studies in which a mechanics-based boundary-element program is used to back-calculate the surface subsidence associated with various panels at several northern Appalachian coal mines.

Underground Coal Operators’ Conference The AusIMM Illawarra Branch 10 – 11 February 83 CALCULATION OF SUBSIDENCE FOR ROOM AND PILLAR AND LONGWALL PANELS Anton Sroka1,2, Krzysztof Tajdus2 and Axel Preusse3 ABSTRACT: A European method of surface subsidence calculation for partial room and pillar and longwall panel mining of coal.

and criteria for selected conventional ammunition and explosive items, guided missiles and rockets, current at time of printing, are presented in this listing.

The data and criteria contained in this publication are primarily derived from: • Joint Hazard Classification System (JHCS) data. The consulting engineer who does the footing designs for any houses in a mine subsidence area will need to factor subsidence into his designs.

He should also recommend other design features (e.g. articulation joints, avoidance of brickwork above doorways and window openings) to minimise any damage due to subsidence.

• Capital and operating costs • Revenue from sale of gold or arsenic • Cost uncertainties Case 3 – Evaluation Factors Evaluation criteria for assessing the four alternatives were selected at a series of public workshops held in and They included the different types of risk associated with each process, and Size: KB.

In this mine, coal was produced at depths between m and m below the sea level. While the estimated total coal reserve is about 77 million tonnes, extractable coal reserves is around million tonnes.

In this mine, approximatelytonnes Cited by: Analyses of the surface effects of past underground coal mining in the Sheridan, Wyoming, area suggest that underground mining of strippable coal deposits may damage the environment more over long periods of time than would modern surface mining, provided proper restoration procedures are followed after surface mining.

Subsidence depressions and pits are a. Subsidence Control for Structures Above Abandoned Coal Mines R. Gray, H. Salver, and J. Gamble, GAi Consultants, Inc., Monroeville, Pennsy 1 vania Subsidence of the ground surface above abandoned coal mines can cause serious damage to highways, buildings, and other facilities.

Two catego­File Size: 5MB. Buying property and building in a mine subsidence district / Mine Subsidence Board Mine Subsidence Board Newcastle, N.S.W Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

Subsidence is one of the most serious problems a property can suffer, potentially affecting not only your home’s structural safety, but also its resale value. If you think you’ve spotted the signs of subsidence in (or outside) your home, don’t worry.

Spotting the signs early gives you the chance to take positive action and prevent the. costs for AML areas, excluding streams polluted by acid mine drainage.

The state receives an annual grant from the federal Department of Interior, Office of Surface Mining to reclaim only the highest priority AML sites listed on the inventory.

This AML “Ask Before You Build Guide” is another tool for the AML program to serve the publicFile Size: 2MB. The Coal Refuse Disposal Control Act was passed in that same year to help control pollution from coal refuse piles.

DEP's Bureau of Deep Mine Safety was officially created in the former Department of Environmental Resources inhaving been in existence in various forms as part of predecessor agencies back to in the Department of Mines.

By legal control. Whether any one of these remedies is economically justified depends on its cost compared with the costs of continued subsidence. The first requirement for estimating costs is an estimate of the magnitude of subsidence that.

Subsidence occurs when large areas of coal are mined and the resulting settlement of roof material into the void (the goaf) results in the surface subsiding over the affected area. The degree of subsidence that may result from mining will be determined by the thickness of coal extracted, the extent of the area mined, the nature of overburden.

cost per unit of production (Bozorgebrahimi et al., ). These characteristics a ect the overall possible utilization of the loading equipment and also impact utilization of the trucking eet. The type of loader selected for use in a surface mine depends on the type of mineral to be.

The CMIS Map Viewer is beneficial in determining whether you live in or near an area where underground mining activity took place. Subsidence insurance can be added to your homeowners policy at any time. To be eligible for a claim, your property must be insured prior to any damage from mine subsidence.

Mine Subsidence Repair PROJECT Stabilize house damaged by long-wall coal mining. PROblEm The homeowners built a new house in West Virginia inbut it was not long before they noticed some problems. By it was clear that one corner of the house was dropping.

Not good, but not unusual in an area known for its coal mines. subsidence aspects of the federal Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of (Mining Control Act), 10 and the Illinois response to that Act.

ILLINOIS CASE LAW Inin Wilms v. Jess, 11 the Illinois Supreme Court handed down its first decision on coal mine subsidence and stated that the owner of a mineral.

Subsidence is the sudden sinking or gradual downward settling of the ground's surface with little or no horizontal motion. The definition of subsidence is not restricted by the rate, magnitude, or area involved in the downward movement.

It may be caused by natural processes or by human activities. The former include various karst phenomena, thawing of permafrost. The analysis period of to was selected to r epresent a peri od of significant mine development, to capture asse ssment appeals and a ssessment changes, to capture residential property sales, and to capture compensation claims and payments.

With the exception of compensation records all analysis is based on available public recordsFile Size: KB. Forms. These forms are filed with and approved by the Ohio Department of Insurance: The required Offer of Mine Subsidence Insurance Form (OH-MSI-1) for optional counties.

The OMSIUA Coverage Form (OH-MSI-2) containing the policy language. The Application Form (OH-MSI-3) for property owners who want coverage in optional counties. UPDATE Mine Subsidence Damage During Construction of Medical Center and Remedial Measures Taken UPDATE Anatomy of Grouting Mine Voids Based on drilling information collected, Mine Area 1 contained more roof cave than Mine Area 2.

Mine Area 3 appeared to have the most fall. This area, however, was small in comparison with the other two File Size: KB. Dunrud, C.R. and Osterwald, F.W. () Effects of Coal Mine Subsidence in the Sheridan, Wyoming Area, US Geological Survey Professional Paper Esaki, T., Kimura, T.

and Shikata, K. () Subsidence and environmental impacts in Japanese coal mining, Proceedings of the 30th US Symposium on Rock Mechanics as a Guide for Efficient Cited by: Mine Subsidence Insurance Fund. See the Contacts for Additional Informa-tion section, p.

) Subsidence is possible in any area where any mineral has been mined below the ground surface. One of the state’s largest mine subsidence events ( × feet and to feet deep) took place over a lead-zinc mine near Galena in (Touseull.

SUBSIDENCE CONTROL PLAN (OAC ) In addition to all other environmental and reclamation requirements, such as filling or covering shafts which extend from the coal to the land surface, underground mine applicants must devise a detailed subsidence prevention or control plan based on local geologicalFile Size: KB.

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If the property owner decides against the coverage, a signed rejection form may be required. As of this writing, mine subsidence coverage is mandated for both commercial and residential property in: Illinois ( ILCS 5/), Kentucky (KRS –), and .Chapter 1 Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free.Profit performance reports prepared for a business’s managers typically are called P&L (profit and loss) reports.

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