Technology research of large underwater ultra-deep curtain grouting in Zhong-guan Iron Ore

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Problems in Zhong-guan Iron Ore are complicated hydrogeological conditions, larger water inflow in mine ore, all ore bodies buried under the water table, ordovician limestone aquifer in the system directly to the roof for the ore body. Paper used ring-type single-row curtain grouting closed ground plan. This has not only achieved the safety of mining, but also protected ground water resources and hydro-geological environment. Study has shown that: the elevation of purdah base is-96 m ∼-568 m, the average drilling depth is 523.92 m, the minimum hole depth is 321 m, and the maximum is 810 m, holes depth greater than 600 m take up about 30.8 A single slurry material can allow seepage gradient and the curtain can withstand the maximum head difference design curtain thickness T ≥ 10 m, grouting hole spacing is designed to 12 m; curtain grouting pressure is 2 times of the head pressure. Research improves reference for similar mines. © 2011 Published by Elsevier Ltd.

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Li, Z., Guo, D., Wang, Y., & Zhen, Z. (2011). Technology research of large underwater ultra-deep curtain grouting in Zhong-guan Iron Ore. In Procedia Engineering (Vol. 26, pp. 731–737). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proeng.2011.11.2230

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