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these operations involve the advancement of a machine along a face or into a body, and the goal is to prevent one from being out of contact with the grid in case of an accident. this type of operation is referred to as a non-contact-stop (ncs) operation.

the (100 to 300 m) seismic acceleration range applicable to the construction of a mountain dike gate is the key to determining the dike gate dike length (quantity of large-sized rock excavated) used to create the dike and lower the cost of dike construction and excavation. the depth and thickness of the dike gate determined by seismic response and mode analyses must be within the range of the construction dike (100 to 300 m). if it is not, the dike gate must be adjusted for construction and excavation.gravity drive installation includes the steps of gravity-stone installation (gsi). these steps are as follows: gsi planning; gsi excavation, loosening and extraction; gsi anchoring; gsi checking; and gsi final adjustment. the planning step is divided into two parts: geological survey and engineering survey. in the geological survey, as many geological characteristics as possible should be measured such as, dike type, thickness, location, phase, etc. the dike type and thickness are the most important factors in determining the ground design. the geological survey may be conducted using the available geotechnical data of the site, collected using drilling, or survey methods such as surveying, electrical resistivity, gravity, and the like.

out of the eleven buildings that suffered collapse, six were completely destroyed and four had extensive damage. according to the investigation results, the buildings that completely collapsed were generally built of earth and brick buildings that were poorly built and thus had only reinforced with wood. the destroyed buildings had large wall damage and collapsed. the window frames of those buildings that were collapsed at the second floor became half destroyed. about 90% of the wall damage occurred at the east and west walls. the structure that suffered the least damage was a wooden house that collapsed only on the lateral side. the results of this experiment illustrate the severity of mining subsidence in mountainous areas. in addition, as the buildings that were able to withstand the mining subsidence were mostly built of concrete and brick with high steel reinforcement, the stability should also be an important consideration for disaster prevention, while a low loss ratio of rock can be a practical measure to reduce the likelihood of buildings collapsing. during the investigation period, the loss ratio was relatively low in the excavation area as the rock cut was small, and a quantitative evaluation of the geo-stress parameter will be necessary. for example, if the parameter is greater than a certain value, new building work on top of the area should be performed to offset the pressure. 3d9ccd7d82

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