Comprehensive Experimental Study of Affecting Factors on Rectangular Roadway Stability
|Published in:||Advances in Civil Engineering, January 2020, v. 2020|
In this paper, two methods of orthogonal numerical simulation test and similar material simulation test are used to study the influence of five factors on the stability of rectangular roadway: roadway width, roadway height, roadway buried depth, lateral pressure coefficient of surrounding rock, and comprehensive strength of surrounding rock. The results show that five factors have influence on the stability of roadway, but the degree of influence is different. The depth of the tunnel and the coefficient of the side pressure of the surrounding rock are positively correlated with the stability of the tunnel; the comprehensive strength of the surrounding rock is negatively correlated with the stability of the tunnel, but the correlation between the width and height of the tunnel and the stability of the tunnel is not obvious. The results of orthogonal numerical simulation test and similar material simulation test verify each other. The results of the field practice of the Fucun coal mine are basically consistent with the results of the two test methods, which shows that the research results have a certain guiding effect on the field roadway support.
|Copyright:||© 2020 Zhongcheng Qin et al.|
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