Rock Bumps, as Earthquake Model
The Development of a New Theory of Rock Bumps, as an Earthquake Model, and the Computation of their Dynamic Parameters
Tech Area / Field
- OBS-NAT/Natural Resources and Earth Sciences/Other Basic Sciences
3 Approved without Funding
G. Tsulukidze Mining Institute, Georgia, Tbilisi
- University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, AK, Fairbanks\nEuropacific Corporate Finance Limited , UK, London\nUniversity of Tsukuba / Institute of Physics, Japan, Ibaraki\nUniversity of Cambridge / Cavendish Laboratory, UK, Cambridge
Project summaryThe development of a new theory of rock bumps and the computation of their dynamic parameters based on the analysis from modern viewpoint of the properties of a mass of rock; of all types of rock bump display cases; the results of seismic and geodynamic researches in the conditions of Tkibuli-Shaori deposit represented by shock-resistant coal layers; the results stipulated by the project, theoretical, engineering and laboratory work. The comparative analysis of the basic provisions of the new theory of rock bumps and the existing theory of tectonic (crust) earthquakes with the purpose of substantiating the legitimacy of viewing rock bumps, as a reduced model of tectonic (crust) earthquakes; proposals on the perspectives to continue researches connected with the questions of developing reliable methods of forecasting rock bumps and tectonic (crust) earthquakes.
The project fully complies with the purposes of ISTC as it will be performed with the participation of a group of scientists, formerly connected with the development of arms. The project will enable them to re-orientate their abilities and skills to peace activity.
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