Last edited by Akijas
Wednesday, April 29, 2020 | History

3 edition of Assessment of subsidence data from the northern Appalachian basin for subsidence prediction found in the catalog.

Assessment of subsidence data from the northern Appalachian basin for subsidence prediction

Sathit Tandanand

Assessment of subsidence data from the northern Appalachian basin for subsidence prediction

  • 210 Want to read
  • 20 Currently reading

Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Appalachian Region.
    • Subjects:
    • Coal mines and mining -- Appalachian Region.,
    • Mine subsidences -- Appalachian Region.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 14.

      Statementby Sathit Tandanand and Larry R. Powell.
      SeriesReport of investigations / United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines ;, 8630, Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) ;, 8630.
      ContributionsPowell, Larry R.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN23 .U43 no. 8630, TN805.A5 .U43 no. 8630
      The Physical Object
      Pagination14 p. :
      Number of Pages14
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4271919M
      LC Control Number81018123

      Longwall Mining and Mining Subsidence, SME-AIME, Littleton, CO, pp. Peng, S.S. (). Surface Subsidence Engineering, published by SME, , p. Section II Anon. (). “Resource Assessment of Selected Coal Beds and Zones in the Northern and Central Appalachian Basin Coal Regions,” U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper. All files associated with this page are copyrighted © – by the Kentucky Geological Survey, University of Kentucky. An Equal Opportunity University. Contact. Groundwater-related subsidence often results in major damage to urban areas. In Mexico City, the buildings interact with the settlement, and cause cracking, tilting, and other major damage. In many places, large sinkholes open up, as well as surface cavities. Damage from Hurricane Katrina was exacerbated due to coastal sinking, associated with groundwater withdrawal.


Share this book
You might also like
Binghams motor claims cases.

Binghams motor claims cases.

Air Force combat units of World War II

Air Force combat units of World War II

young midshipman

young midshipman

Priests, Prophets, and Scribes (JSOT Supplement)

Priests, Prophets, and Scribes (JSOT Supplement)

DSP56002 24-bit digital signal processor

DSP56002 24-bit digital signal processor

I did not steal public funds, in fact government owes me money

I did not steal public funds, in fact government owes me money

diary of Baron Waldstein, a traveller in Elizabethan England

diary of Baron Waldstein, a traveller in Elizabethan England

Western and northern territories of Poland

Western and northern territories of Poland

antiphon

antiphon

My life story

My life story

person environment fit analysis of the performance, effort and satisfaction of research scientists

person environment fit analysis of the performance, effort and satisfaction of research scientists

Fifty tales of Toronto

Fifty tales of Toronto

gazetteer of Vermont

gazetteer of Vermont

Simply delicious meals

Simply delicious meals

Guide to the Soviet Navy.

Guide to the Soviet Navy.

The Effects of Solid State Properties on Solubility and in Vitro Dissolution Behaviour of Suspended Sparingly Soluble Drugs (Comprehensive Summaries of ... from the Faculty of Pharmacy, 206)

The Effects of Solid State Properties on Solubility and in Vitro Dissolution Behaviour of Suspended Sparingly Soluble Drugs (Comprehensive Summaries of ... from the Faculty of Pharmacy, 206)

Assessment of subsidence data from the northern Appalachian basin for subsidence prediction by Sathit Tandanand Download PDF EPUB FB2

Assessment of subsidence data from the northern Appalachian basin for subsidence prediction. [Washington]: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Sathit Tandanand; Larry R Powell.

Geological differences among various coalfields restrain the applicability of subsidence prediction using empirical approaches previously developed.

The Bureau of Mines assessed data collected from 16 longwall panels in the northern Appalachian Basin. Assessment of subsidence data from the northern Appalachian basin for subsidence prediction /Author: Sathit. Tandanand and Larry R. Powell. Tandanand S., Powell ment of subsidence data from the Northern Appalachian Basin for subsidence prediction USBM Rep.

R1US Cited by: Surface subsidence is recognised as a problem in most countries, particularly those with significant mining and other underground resource extraction industries. This book addresses the problems relating to subsidence whether caused naturally, or arising from mining or other forms of underground extractive main purpose of this book is to bring together subsidence.

Subsidence Data from the Northern Appalachian Basin for Subsidence Prediction: U. Bureau of Mines Report of Investigations (Illustration by Ray Strawser) In limestone areas, Karst subsidence Assessment of subsidence data from the northern Appalachian basin for subsidence prediction book occurs when land over caves and caverns or around sink holes settles and.

The subsidence is caused by deformation or collapse of the cavern roof at the interface between the salt and overburden. Precise locations of the dissolved caverns are difficult to determine due to the complexity of groundwater circulation, infiltration of fresh surface water, brine pumping rates, and number and intensity of the pumping by:   A mathematical model has been developed utilizing the relative flexural strength of the strata overlying a coal seam to predict the vulnerability of shallow room and pillar mined areas to subsidence.

The model assumes the failure of the immediate roof as the precursor of a subsidence event in shallow room and pillar mines. After the roof fails, either a sink hole subsidence Cited by: 3.

This relatively simple method Assessment of subsidence data from the northern Appalachian basin for subsidence prediction book based on the subsidence data obtained from mining seams that dipped less than 25°, were m thick (ra), and ranged in depth (h) from 30 to m.

The face or panel width (w) ranged from 30 to m and the panel width to depth ratio (wlh) ranged from to Cited by: Based on published subsidence curves and open-fi le stratigraphic data, we show the sub-sidence characteristics of passive margins, strike-slip basins, intracontinental basins, foreland basins, and forearc basins.

Pas-sive margin subsidence is characterized by two stages, rapid initial, synrift subsidence. Geological differences among various coalfields restrain the applicability of subsidence prediction using existing European methods.

To modify these methods for domestic conditions, the Bureau of Mines developed a method of assessment to evaluate the lithological effects on subsidence in the northern Appalachian Basin by examining data collected from 16.

Assessment of subsidence data from the northern Appalachian basin for subsidence prediction / ([Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, []), by Sathit Tandanand and Larry R.

Powell (page images at HathiTrust). d) Advise on the reliability of MSEC’s subsidence prediction model based on the subsidence data provided. e) Undertake subsidence predictions for the project site.

Chapter 1 of this report provides a general introduction to the study, which also includes a description of the mining. If you look the book of Basin Analysis (Allen and Allen) on the Appendices ( and 58) in the new version () you will find a specific Assessment of subsidence data from the northern Appalachian basin for subsidence prediction book for the rate subsidence analysis.

Cite 2. The average annualized subsidence rate during was {minus} ft/yr, {minus} ft/yr duringand {minus} ft/yr during ; the estimated peak subsidence.

An inverse model is presented targeted at obtaining information about the subsurface from the subsidence levelling data. A method to assess the quality of the inversion process, independent of the actual data, has been used to optimize the regularization of the inverse modelling process and to determine an optimal subsidence measuring by: land subsidence are few in number, given the severity of the financial losses associated with this phenomenon.

In Iran, which is an arid and semi-arid country, groundwater is the main source of water for agriculture, drinking, and industrial consumption. Consequently, the prediction of. Full text of "Subsidence information for underground mines-literature assessment and annotated bibliography" See other formats.

Surface Deformation Prediction System (SDPS) Calculate ground deformations (subsidence, strain, horizontal displacements, slope, etc) based on the mineplan, surface topo and geological characteristics.

SDPS is a niche program developed through. The chain pillars were typically 30 × 60 m. Subsidence data that were available for analyzing the response of surface structures covered three basins. Basins 1, 2, and 4 consisted of 11, 3, and 11 longwall panels, respectively. From measured subsidence data, the adverse subsidence profile conditions were reviewed and analyzed.

Abstract. Following a description of the phenomena of land subsidence, its main features and its occurrence in many parts of the world, the review starts with the simplest depth-porosity model and models that are based on field data and empirical by: Sneed, Michelle, Brandt, Justin, and Solt, Mike,Land subsidence along the Delta-Mendota Canal in the northern part of the San Joaquin Valley, California, U.S.

Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report87 p. Regional aquifer-system compaction and land subsidence accompanying groundwater abstraction in susceptible aquifer systems in the USA is a challenge for managing groundwater resources and mitigating associated hazards.

Developments in the assessment of regional subsidence provide more information to constrain analyses and simulation of aquifer-system Cited by: Shrinking and swelling of the ground (often reported as subsidence) is one of the most damaging geohazards in Britain today.

The BGS is undertaking detailed geotechnical and mineralogical investigations into rock types that are prone to shrink and/or swell, and modelling their properties across the near surface.

The major objectives of subsidence engineering are 1. Prediction of ground movements. Determining the effects of such movements on structures and renewable resources. Minimizing damage due to subsidence. Thus it is evident that subsidence engineering not only entails the study of ground movements, structural geology, and geome-File Size: 1MB.

Literature Review on Subsidence Impacts caused by Multi-Seam Mining 16 Available Multi-Seam Subsidence Monitoring Data from NSW Coalfields 17 Method of Multi-Seam Subsidence Predictions 18 Review of Incremental Subsidence Profile Shapes for Multi-Seam Mining 20 File Size: 1MB.

Subsidence was monitored by the U.S. Bureau of Mines over the ends of longwall panels operating in the Pittsburgh, Kittanning, and No. 2 Gas Coalbeds of the northern Appalachian Coal Basin. The final subsidence over the finishing ends of three panels in the Pittsburgh Coalbed is compared with the subsidence measured over the rib at these panels.

The characteristics of subsidence are different. At Mine A, data. Analysis and simulation of regional subsidence accompanying groundwater abstraction and compaction of susceptible aquifer systems in the USA Devin L.

Galloway1,*, Michelle Sneed1 1 U.S. Geological Survey, Sacramento, CA, USA. * [email protected] M E XI CA N A A. S O C I E D A D G E O L Ó G I C A C i e n A ñ o s. Ground subsidence observations and a modified influence function method for complete subsidence prediction, Int.

Rock Mech. Min. Sci., 37, – Tandanand S., Powell L.R., Assessment of subsidence data from the northern appalachian basin for subsidence prediction, Report of Investigations – United States, Bureau of Mines. Land subsidence is a gradual settling or sudden sinking of the Earth's surface owing to subsurface movement of earth materials.

Subsidence is a global problem and, in the United States, more t square miles in 45 States, an area roughly the size of New Hampshire and Vermont combined, have been directly affected by subsidence. The U.S. Geological Survey has documented land subsidence in various areas of California.

Figure 1 illustrates the extent of land subsidence in the central valley southwest of Mendota, an area with some of the highest levels of land subsidence in California.

Approximately 29 feet of subsidence occurred from to Other areas ofFile Size: 1MB. The Gulf of Suez is a Neogene rift that has evolved as one arm of the Sinai triple junction.

The basement uplifts flanking the rift are larger than can be explained by uniform lithospheric extension. The timing of the regional heating required by. Türkiye 15 Madencilik Kongresi/ İS'* Mining Congress of Turkey, Guyaguler,Ersayın,Bılgen(eds)ıg>ISBN SURFACE SUBSIDENCE PREDICTION TECHNIQUES FOR UK COALFIELDS - AN INNOVATIVE NUMERICAL MODELLING APPROACH P W Lloyd, N Mohammad & D J Reddish.

Recent U.S. Geological Survey research focused on better understanding the physical processes that contributed to historical wetland loss in coastal Louisiana and the spatial and temporal trends of that loss. The results of this study provide the first comprehensive analyses of the three-dimensional aspects of historical wetland loss in coastal Louisiana and characterize the likely.

Risk management of groundwater drawdowns in subsidence sensitive areas: Cost-benefit analysis of safety measures in infrastructure projects Improvement of infrastructure in urban areas generally involves underground construction with tunneling and deep excavations.

Land Subsidence along the Delta-Mendota Canal in the northern part of the San Joaquin Valley, California, USGS Scientific Investigations Report Land Subsidence from Groundwater Use in California Report of Findings, Land subsidence in the San Joaquin Valley, California, USA, Subsidence analysis at Andalucía-A1 well revealed a third subsidence episode located in the middle Tortonian ( Ma).

This episode was also detected in the Granada-D1 well, although it seems to have had a minor importance in the subsidence history of the sector in which this well is located (subsidence). 5 Techniques for prediction of subsidence, by Germán Figueroa Vega, Soki Yamamoto, and Working Group (Section by Donald C.

Helm) It is very important to predict the amount of subsidence and to estimate the subsidence rate in the near future. There are many methods for predicting the amount of land subsidence due to the.

Surface Deformation Prediction Software Subsidence Prediction II.C – Collection of Existing Data Building a database with the capability to analyze the surface impacts of underground bituminous coal mining began with the acquisition of various types of existing data.

The tasks set forth in the scope of work merited the collection of base. Comparison of sedimentation patterns, basement subsidence, and faulting histories in the north and central basins of Lake Baikal aids in developing an interbasinal seismic stratigraphy that reveals the early synrift evolution of the central portion of the Baikal rift, a major continental rift system.

Although there is evidence that the central and northern rift basins evolved at. The remaining subsidence results from dragging pdf the basin margin downward by slip on a pdf fault and related flexural deformation of the surrounding lithosphere. The maximum basin depth is shown to increase with increasing fault displacement and can become decoupled from the elevation of the mountain range, especially as erosion Cited by: 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 .FigSubsidence around a pumping well in Sirjan His results shows that subsidence and ebook fissures were related only to heavy pumping of the ground water and subsequent continued decline in the water this investigation was continued by Toufigh and Shafeiei [3, 4].

They provide a prediction model in order to.