2 56 & Definitions.The following definitions apply in this subpart.Rock burst. A sudden and violent failure of overstressed rock resulting in the instantaneous release of large amounts of accumulated energy. Rock burst does not include a burst resulting from pressurized mine gases.
3 56 & Definitions.Rock fixture. Any tensioned or nontensioned device or material inserted into the ground to strengthen or support the ground.Travelway. A passage, walk, or haulageway regularly used or designated for persons to go from one place to another.
4 56 & 57.3200 Correction of Hazardous Conditions Ground conditions that create a hazard to persons shall be taken down or supported before other work or travel is permitted in the affected area. Until corrective work is completed, the area shall be posted with a warning against entry and, when left unattended, a barrier shall be installed to impede unauthorized entry.
5 56\ PPMThis standard prohibits work or travel, other than corrective work, in areas where hazardous ground conditions exist. Posting of a warning against entry is required until corrective work is completed if workers could enter the area inadvertently.
6 56\ PPM Cont.In addition, barriers are required if the area is left unattended prior to the completion of the corrective work. The mode of travel in the area must be evaluated to determine what type of barrier is appropriate to "impede" unauthorized entry.
7 56\ PPT Cont.Examples of barriers would be piles of muck, piles of large boulders or a timber barricade. These barriers would have openings to allow access for persons who are correcting the hazardous conditions. These posting and barrier requirements do not apply to underground face areas under development where the corrective work is performed on a continuing basis as a part of the mining cycle, and the only workers exposed are those engaged in the corrective activity.
8 56 & 57.3201 Location for Performing Scaling. Scaling shall be performed from a location which will not expose persons to injury from falling material, or other protection from falling material shall be provided.
9 56 & Scaling Tools.Where manual scaling is performed, a scaling bar shall be provided. This bar shall be of a length and design that will allow the removal of loose material without exposing the person performing the work to injury.
10 Hand verses Mechanical Scaling Scaling BarMechanical Scaler
11 Hand ScalingAllows for a detailed assessment of rockmass integrity by close observation and “feeling the rock”Allows the back to be sounded by hand.Effectiveness dependent upon the skill and experience of personnelEconomical
12 Mechanical ScalingAllows operators to maintain a safer distance from area being scaled.Can reach higher into back or fall cavities.Applies greater force to loose blocks
15 Rock Bolt Installation More versatileCostlyLimitedInexpensive
16 56 & Rock Fixtures.(a) When rock bolts and accessories addressed in ASTM F432-95, "Standard Specification for Roof and Rock Bolts and Accessories", are used for ground support, the mine operator shall--
17 56 & Rock Fixtures.(1) Obtain a manufacturer's certification that the material was manufactured and tested in accordance with the specifications of ASTM ; and,Where does MSHA test these bolts?
18 56 & Rock Fixtures.(2) Make this certification available to an authorized representative of the Secretary.
19 56 & Rock Fixtures.(b) Fixtures and accessories not addressed in ASTM F may be used for ground support provided they-(1) Have been successful in supporting the ground in an area with similar strata, opening dimensions and ground stresses in any mine; or
20 56 & Rock Fixtures.(2) Have been tested and shown to be effective in supporting ground in an area of the affected mine which has similar strata, opening dimensions, and ground stresses as the area where the fixtures are expected to be used. During the test process, access to the test area shall be limited to persons necessary to conduct the test.
21 56 & Rock Fixtures.(c) Bearing plates shall be used with fixtures when necessary for effective ground support.
22 56 & Rock Fixtures.(d) The diameter of finishing bits shall be within a tolerance of plus or minus inch of the manufacturer's recommended hole diameter for the anchor used. When separate finishing bits are used, they shall be distinguishable from other bits.
23 Roof Bolting Roof Bolting Support PrinciplesSupport ParametersShotcreteToday I’ll Be covering these 4 topics
24 What is the Bolt System Designed to do? Bolting PrinciplesWhat is the Bolt System Designed to do?Beam buildingSuspensionKeyingSurface control - natural arch
25 Individual laminations bound together to form a single beam Beam BuildingSupport PrinciplesWeakStrataLaminatedBeam Building:No competent strata exists.Bolt weaker laminated strata to build a strong beam.Individual laminations bound together to form a single beam
26 Suspension Competent Strata Weak Strata Anchorage Zone Suspended layer Support PrinciplesCompetentStrataAnchorage ZoneWeakStrataSuspended layerSuspension:Hang the weaker strata from a more competent overlying strata.
27 Keying Fractured Rock Weak Strata Support Principles Keying: Bolt pieces of fractured strata in place.
28 Highly jointed, altered or Surface ControlSupport PrinciplesHighly jointed, altered orweathered rock
29 Bolting Principles Beam building Suspension Keying Surface control - natural arch
30 Critical Parameters Bolt Type Strength Grade Diameter Length Density (spacing)Plate
61 JAM NUTTOO WEAK( BREAKS AWAY TOO SOON AND DOES NOT EXPAND SHELL )
62 56 & Rock Fixtures.(f) When rock bolts tensioned by torquing are used as a means of ground support,(1) Selected tension level shall be-(i) At least 50 percent of either the yield point of the bolt or anchorage capacity of the rock, whichever is less; and
63 56 & Rock Fixtures.(ii) No greater than the yield point of the bolt or anchorage capacity of the rock.WHAT IS ANCHORAGE CAPACITY OF THE ROCK & HOW DO WE MEASURE IT?
64 WHAT IS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE WASHER AND THE TENSION IN THE BOLT ? THE “K” FACTOR IS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE WASHER & TENSION IN BOLTNO WASHER K = 40HARDENED WASHER K = 50ANTIFRICTION WASHER K = 75 > 125HARD PLASTIC
68 MECHANISMS OF MECHANICAL BOLTS MODERATE TO HIGH ANCHORAGE DEPENDING ON THE STRATAMODERATECLAMPLOADSCLAMP LOADS DEVELOPSOME SHEAR RESISTANCEALONG BEDDING PLANES,SLIPS AND JOINTSMODERATE PLATE LOADS
69 56 & Rock Fixtures.(2) The torque of the first bolt, every tenth bolt, and the last bolt installed in each work area during the shift shall be accurately determined immediately after installation. If the torque of any fixture tested does not fall within the installation torque range, corrective action shall be taken.
71 56 & Rock Fixtures.(g) When grouted fixtures can be tested by applying torque, the first fixture installed in each work place shall be tested to withstand 150 foot-pounds of torque. Should it rotate in the hole, a second fixture shall be tested in the same manner. If the second fixture also turns, corrective action shall be taken.
72 56 & Rock Fixtures.(h) When other tensioned and nontensioned fixtures are used, test methods shall be established and used to verify their effectiveness.(i) The mine operator shall certify that tests were conducted and make the certification available to an authorized representative of the Secretary.
73 56\ Rock Fixtures PPMThis standard contains the requirements for installation and testing of all rock fixtures and accessories used for ground support. In all cases where rock fixtures are selected as the method used to support ground, they must meet the requirements of 56/
74 56\ PPM Cont.All bolts tensioned by torquing must be within the torque range set out in paragraph (f)(1). Mine operators are required to test the first, tenth and last bolt installed in each work area during the shift as a check on whether or not the torquing requirements are being achieved. When the testing process reveals that a fixture is not properly torqued, steps must be taken to determine the extent of defective installation and to correct all improperly installed fixtures.
75 56\ PPM Cont.The ground conditions in many active face areas require the installation of only a few bolts during each blasting cycle. Testing of the first and last bolts in each work area will help ensure the integrity of the ground in these instances. Where large numbers of bolts are installed on a continuing basis, testing of the first, tenth and last bolt in each work area would normally provide the frequency of testing necessary to identify a bolting problem and enable the operator to take corrective action.
76 56\ PPM Cont.The mine operator must certify that all tests required by this standard have been conducted. In the case of testing of the ASTM bolts and accessories by the manufacturer of the devices, the mine operator's certification responsibility is satisfied by obtaining a copy of the manufacturer's certification and making it available to the inspector
77 56\ PPM Cont.The correction of improperly installed fixtures will also help to ensure compliance with standard which requires that wall, bank and slope stability be maintained at surface mines where miners are exposed, and standard , which requires that ground support systems at underground mines be designed, installed and maintained to control the ground where miners are exposed.
78 MECHANISMS OF FULLY GROUTED BOLTS NO CLAMPLOADSHIGH ANCHORAGEDEVELOPED ALONGBOLT LENGTHHIGH SHEAR RESITANCEALONG RESIN/ROCKINTERFACELITTLE OR NO SHEARRESISTANCE ALONGSLIPS AND JOINTSUNLESS INTERSECTEDBY BOLTLOW PLATE LOADS
79 RESIN ANCHOR TORQUE TENSION BOLT IN THE FIRST TYPE OF INSTALLATION, TWO FOOT OF FAST SETTING RESIN IS USED, AND THE REST OF THE HOLE IS LEFT OPEN
80 RESIN ANCHOR TORQUE TENSION BOLT SECOND TYPE, ONE TO TWO FOOT OF FAST SETTING RESIN IS PUT IN THE BACK OF THE HOLE, WHILE SLOW SETTING RESIN IS PUT IN THE BOTTOM OF THE HOLE
92 MECHANISMS OF COMBINATION BOLTS EXTREMELY HIGHANCHORAGE REGARDLESSOF STRATAGROUTED LENGTHREINFORCES THE STRATALIKE A FULLY GROUTED BOLTVERY HIGHCLAMP LOADSCLAMP LOADS DEVELOPSHIGH SHEAR RESISTANCEALONG BEDDING PLANES,SLIPS AND JOINTSVERY HIGH PLATE LOADS
93 Support Characteristics VerticalStiffnessHorizontalStiffnessBolt TypeAnchorageClampingFullyGroutedMechanicalCombinationPointAnchorTensionedRebarVeryHighModerateLowMedium/Low/MediumFrictionalAnchorsLowLowLowLow
94 (Split Sets, Swellex, Friction Loc) Full Contact SupportsAnchorage Length* Resin Anchored* Friction Anchored(Split Sets, Swellex, Friction Loc)The anchorage attained is dependent on the length of the anchor
95 Friction Anchor Resin Anchor 1 Ton Per Foot10 Tons+ Per FootBoth have increasing anchorage with increasing length, but, a resin anchor is 10 times stronger than a friction anchor.
96 Anchorage Variable Anchorage Constant Along Bolt Length Along The Bolt LengthIllustrates the primary difference between Full Contact and point anchored/tensioned supports.FULL CONTACTSUPPORTPOINT ANCHOREDSUPPORT
97 POINT ANCHORED SUPPORT (MECHANICAL BOLT) Anchorage1 Ton/Ft.(10 Tons)Anchorage10 Tons10’FRICTION ANCHOREDSUPPORT(SPLIT SET)POINT ANCHOREDSUPPORT(MECHANICAL BOLT)
98 POINT ANCHORED SUPPORT Anchorage1 Ton/Ft(8 Tons)Anchorage10 Tons8’10’FRICTION ANCHOREDSUPPORTPOINT ANCHOREDSUPPORT
99 Anchorage 1 Ton/Ft (1 Ton) Anchorage 10 Tons FRICTION ANCHORED SUPPORT 1’Anchorage1 Ton/Ft(1 Ton)Anchorage10 Tons10’That’s why Split Sets are not good for supporting loose or jointed rock.FRICTION ANCHOREDSUPPORTPOINT ANCHOREDSUPPORT
100 Critical Parameters Strength Bolt Type Length Density (spacing) GradeDiameterLengthDensity (spacing)Other hardware (plates, washers, straps)Bolt strength is dependent on the grade and size.