Application of an Integrated and Self-contained Electromagnetic Acoustic Recorder for Monitoring the Rock Mass Structure and Development of Geodynamic Processes in Ore Mines

Anatoly Bespal'Ko, Ludmila Yavorovich, Pavel Fedotov, Evgeny Pomishin, Maksim Vedyashkin

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Abstract

The paper presents a block diagram of the recorder of electromagnetic and acoustic signals. The recorder provides monitoring of electromagnetic and acoustic signals under changing stress-strain state of heterogeneous materials and rocks. The analog amplifier input sensitivity of electromagnetic signals in 4 channels is 10 μV, that of the electromagnetic signal intensity is 10 μ and that of acoustic signals is 50 μV. The operating frequency range of recording is (1÷100) kHz. The averaging of electromagnetic and acoustic signal amplitudes is performed within 1 or 5 seconds. The data on electromagnetic and acoustic emission materials is recorded in digital format in the internal memory of the recorder. The recorder operates off-line within 7 days. Repeated testing of the recorder in natural conditions of the Tashtagol mine showed that the changes in the amplitude and frequency parameters of electromagnetic signals (EMC) indicate the structural damage in mines made of rocks which differ in their electrical properties. Measurements of the intensity of electromagnetic signals enable monitoring the changes in the stress-strain state of rocks during and after blasting and other geodynamic phenomena.

Original languageEnglish
Article number01039
JournalMATEC Web of Conferences
Volume79
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 11 Oct 2016
Event7th Scientific Conference on Information-Measuring Equipment and Technologies, IME and T 2016 - Tomsk, Russian Federation
Duration: 25 May 201628 May 2016

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Geodynamics
Ores
Acoustics
Rocks
Monitoring
Blasting
Acoustic emissions
Electric properties
Data storage equipment
Testing

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  • Chemistry(all)
  • Engineering(all)
  • Materials Science(all)

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