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Published on 27 March 2021

PREDICTING THE STATE OF THE ICE BARRIER OF A VERTICAL MINE SHAFT UNDER ARTIFICIAL THAWING

Alexandra V. Kuzina, Vera N. Krynkina, Anatoliy A. Mishedchenko

At the end of the shaft penetration under the protection of the ice barrier and the termination of the process of freezing the rocks, the transition period from freezing to thawing begins. First of all, the tubing support of the trunk and the layer of rocks adjacent to the concrete support are subjected to thawing. At this time, water is pumped through the grouting holes in the tubing to check the tightness of the tubing column, after which the grouting is performed with cement mortar of the fixed space. Thus, grouting is an integral part of the work on waterproofing the support. For successful work on grouting, it is necessary to ensure the thawing of the ice barrier by a value of 1 m from the contour of the trunk in the sinking.
The necessary defrosting can be provided in various ways, including the circulation of warm air in the barrel, the supply of warm coolant to the freezing columns, etc. A program for calculating the defrosting parameters has been developed, depending on the combination of methods for supplying warm air and heated brine.
It is determined that in order to create reliable conditions for the production of plugging of the fixing space and water-proofing of the tubing support, the most favorable option is thawing by feeding warm air into the barrel and circulating the coolant at a temperature of +15°C.

CityMoscow
CountryRussia
UDC624.139.68
Issue2021, № 1 (Т. 13)
Key wordstubing fastener, tightness, emergency, water trips, thawing frozen breeds, tiponight work.
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Tags: водоприток, тюбинговая крепь ствола, герметичность, аварийная ситуация, оттаивание замороженных пород, тампонажные работы.

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