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Transmission of the topographic system and orientation from the surface to an underground mine using 2 vertical shafts. Comparison between the classical and gyroscope method

Author
Sanmiquel, L.; Bascompta, M.; Rossell, Josep M.; Anticoi, H.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
6th World Congress on Mechanical, Chemical, and Material Engineering
Date of publication
2020
Presentation's date
2020-08-18
Book of congress proceedings
Proceedings of the 6th World Congress on Mechanical, Chemical, and Material Engineering (MCM'20)
DOI
10.11159/mmme20.125
URL
https://avestia.com/MCM2020_Proceedings/ Open in new window
Abstract
One of the most difficult operation in the surveying filed in underground mining is the transmission of the coordinates and orientation from the surface to the underground drifts, especially when there is only a connection by vertical shafts. This process was studied by Chrzanowski and Robinson (1967) and widely used over time (Benecke and Kalz 2006). This study analyses different aspects related to a case study were this methodology was applied. A mine with 2 shafts of 700 meters depth. A part ...
Group of research
CoDAlab - Control, Dynamics and Applications
GREMS - Sustainable Mining Research Group
SSR-UPC - Smart Sustainable Resources

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