Slope stability analysis and slide monitoring by inclinometer readings: Part 2


Konak G., Onur A., Karakus D., Kose H., Koca Y., Yenice H.

TRANSACTIONS OF THE INSTITUTIONS OF MINING AND METALLURGY SECTION A-MINING TECHNOLOGY, vol.113, no.3, pp.171-180, 2004 (SCI-Expanded) identifier identifier

Abstract

This part of the study covers the method of slope stability analysis and the necessary precautions to be taken to stop mass movement, the details of which have been given in the accompanying paper Here, backfilling that was planned to provide support against the moving mass and the amount of coal to be left beneath the backfilling were examined. After starting to apply the most suitable alternative protection plan to restrain sliding v three alternatives in the early 2000s, the inclinometer readings provided supervision guidance over the slope movements. The results and comments on the inclinometer readings are also covered in this paper. Results taken from instrumentation work have been compared with the amount of backfill placed so far and the relationship between small-scale earthquakes that the nearby area of the study and slope movement have been given.