Cablebolts are versatile tendons composed of multi-wire strand that are regularly put in and grouted in drillholes at general spacings to supply reinforcement and aid of excavations. This entire instruction manual covers almost all elements of cablebolting, for help of underground excavations in rock, from idea to implementation with an emphasis on (but no longer limited to) software within the mining undefined.
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The cathodic reaction (involving the consumption of electrons released anodically from the iron) can be made possible by the presence of an acid, sulphate, water and/or oxygen. , 1979; Pohlman, 1987): + + + + Dry corrosion Wet corrosion Corrosion of immersed metals and alloys Induced or accelerated corrosion (includes influence of stress) The following discussion is confined to corrosion of cablebolts and as such is incomplete as a comprehensive examination of general corrosion. 46 Cablebolting in Underground Mines Dry Corrosion Dry corrosion is an inevitable consequence of medium- to long-term storage of cablebolts in even the most ideal conditions.
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The individual wires should be free of defects such as splits and surface flaws. If any of these requirements are not met, it indicates a deviation from the accepted construction standards, and the strand should be returned to the manufacturer. , 1993, pers. comm). , 1995) Design: Application of Engineering Principles 41 Strand Construction Standards The construction specifications for the 7-wire strand used in cablebolting are covered by the following standards (or equivalent) relating to pre-stressing strand for concrete construction: North America Australia (ASTM) (Australian Standards) A416-80 AS1311 - 1987 Even though these standards refer to application in reinforced concrete, they detail the necessary construction specifications to ensure optimum performance of the strand in mining applications.
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