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محمد حسین خسروی

دانشکده مهندسی معدن، دانشگاه تهران

[ 1 ] - مطالعه عددی تاثیر پیش برش مکانیکی و بولت فایبرگلاس در عبور تونل البرز از زون گسل خورده کندوان

یکی از مهم‌ترین مسائلی که در زمان حفر تونل­‌ها در زمین­‌های ضعیف و دارای شرایط سخت مورد توجه قرار می­‌گیرد، ایجاد پایداری مناسب و جلوگیری از وقوع گسیختگی‌­ها و ریزش‌­ها در سینه­‌کار و تاج تونل است. به همین منظور در زمین­‌های سست و دارای خصوصیات مکانیکی ضعیف به منظور تنظیم صلبیت و استحکام جبه‌ه­کار پیشروی و به موجب آن ایجاد شرایط مناسب برای کنترل کامل تغییرشکل زمین و در نتیجه در مرحله آخر برای ت...

[ 2 ] - بررسی عددی تاثیر تزریق سیمان در کاهش نشست ناشی از حفاری در زمین‌های خاکی خط 2 متروی کرج

حفر تونل‌ها مانند سایر فعالیت‌های بشر بر محیط ‌زیست تاثیرگذار است. یکی از مهم‌ترین آثار مخرب حفاری تونل، به ویژه در زمین‌های آبرفتی پدیده نشست است. این پدیده مشکلاتی را برای سازه‌های مجاور تونل ایجاد می‌کند. یکی از راه‌های موثر برای کاهش حداکثر میزان نشست ناشی از حفاری تونل‌ها در زمین‌های خاکی، انجام عملیات تزریق است. در این مطالعه به مدلسازی ایستگاه E ...

[ 3 ] - پایدارسازی شیروانی های تحت حفاری با استفاده از بار تعادلی در معدن زغالسنگ ماء –موه تایلند

هدف این تحقیق ارزیابی کارایی بار تعادلی در پایدارسازی شیروانی‌های تحت حفاری با پتانسیل لغزش صفحه‌ای در معادن روباز است. برای این منظور ابتدا پدیده قوس زدگی در مواد ژئوتکنیکی به‌طور اجمالی معرفی شده و امکان شکل‌گیری آن در شیروانی‌های تحت حفاری مورد ارزیابی قرار گرفته است. مطابق این پدیده با انجام حفاری در قسمت جلویی یک شیروانی، بار ناشی از وزن شیروانی به اطراف ناحیه حفاری شده منتقل شده و در نتیج...

[ 4 ] - DEM Analysis of Backfilled Walls Subjected to Active Translation Mode

In this paper, the problem of a retaining wall under active translation mode is investigated numerically. To this end, a series of numerical models is conducted using the discrete element code, PFC2D. The backfill soil is simulated by an assembly of separate cohesionless circular particles. Backfill soil was prepared by pouring soil particles from a specific height under gravity force and givin...

[ 5 ] - A Numerical Analysis on the Performance of Counterweight Balance on the Stability of Undercut Slopes

One of the important parameters in undercut slopes design is the determination of the maximum stable undercut span. The maximum stable undercut span is a function of slope geometry, the strength parameters of the slope material, condition of discontinuities, underground water condition, etc. However, the desired production capacity and therefore the size of excavating equipment will sometimes a...

[ 6 ] - Physical and theoretical modeling of rock slopes against block-flexure toppling failure

Block-flexure is the most common mode of toppling failure in natural and excavated rock slopes. In such failure, some rock blocks break due to tensile stresses and some overturn under their own weights and then all of them topple together. In this paper, first, a brief review of previous studies on toppling failures is presented. Then, the physical and mechanical properties of experimental mode...

[ 7 ] - Simulating energy method for grout-induced crack analysis of rock structures at Chadormalu mine by extended finite element method

Fracture mechanics is a vital component involved in studying the exact behavior of rock materials. Detection and assessment of the behavior of rock joints injected by grout plays an important role in numerical modelling in rock mechanic projects. The importance of mechanisms associated with initiation and propagation of cracks due to hydraulic fracturing has led to a considerable interest in in...

[ 8 ] - Influence of modeling material on undercut slope failure mechanism

A series of physical modeling tests were conducted by means of a beam type geotechnical centrifuge machine in order to investigate the drainage impact on the slope failure mechanism under centrifugal acceleration. Meanwhile, the phenomenon of stress redistribution in undercut slopes and the formation of arching effect were studied. For this purpose, a poorly graded sandy soil (Silica sand No. 6...

[ 9 ] - Soil Arching Behind Retaining Walls under Active Translation Mode: Review and New Insights

Granular materials have a tendency to exhibit an arching effect by which the load is transferred from yielding parts to adjacent stationary parts. Retaining walls are among those structures that the soil arching plays an important role in the distribution of earth pressures. This paper briefly reviews the development of soil arching theory and its application to different geotechnical projects....

[ 10 ] - A comparison between effects of earthquake and blasting on stability of mine slopes: a case study of Chadormalu open-pit mine

Dynamic slope stability in open-pit mines still remains a challenging task in the computational mining design. Earthquake and blasting are two significant sources of dynamic loads that can cause many damages to open-pit mines in active seismic areas and during exploitation cycles. In this work, the effects of earthquake and blasting on the stability of the NW slope of Chadormalu mine are compar...

[ 11 ] - Numerical analysis of slide-head-toppling failure

In layered and blocky rock slopes, toppling failure is a common mode of instability that may occur in mining engineering. If this type of slope failure occurs as a consequence of another type of failure, it is referred to as the secondary toppling failure. “Slide-head-toppling” is a type of secondary toppling failures, where the upper part of the slope is toppled as a consequence of a semi-circ...

[ 12 ] - Distribution of lateral active earth pressure on a rigid retaining wall under various motion modes

The design of retaining walls depends on the magnitude of active pressure exerted from the backfill. Therefore, estimating the scale of this pressure is a fundamental factor in the design. In this study, to assess the active earth pressure, a rigid retaining wall was built capable of translating and/or rotating with adjustable speed. Further, several physical tests were conducte...