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Estimation of Uniaxial Compressive Strength of Coal
20201013 · The uniaxial unconfined compressive strength (UCS) is an important mechanical property of the rock mass having several implications in planning and de signing both underground and opencast coal mines. UCS is usually determined on core samples obtained fr om exploratory boreholes and tested either in the field or preferably in the laboratory.
Coal strength and Young's modulus related to coal
201391 · The uniaxial compressive tests indicate that the mechanical properties differ in various types of coal. The average values of the compressive strengths are 42.5 MPa in the anthracite (the largest), 21.6 MPa in the bituminous (1/3 coking) coal, and 16.1 MPa in the flame coal (the least).
(PDF) The Uniaxial Compressive Strength of Coal:
Coal in mine pillars was modeled as a HoekBrown material with parameters tuned to match one of Bieniawski’s in situ compression tests, scaled to an unconfined compressive strength of 6.2 MPa
(PDF) Effect of size on the compressive strength of coal
The compressive strength of coal depends on the distribution, type and condition of discontinuities. In the smaller specimen, the probability of finding larger discontinuities is
The uniaxial compressive strength of coal: Should it
1996121 · During the investigation, an extensive number of specimens, representing 14 major coal seams in the nation, were tested and the following results were obtained: coal strength is dependent upon the loading rate, recommended range 50 to 150 psi/sec; results indicated a random distribution of uniaxial compressive strength regarding the moisture content; the
International Journal of Coal Geology
201862 · Introduction Coal is a naturally discontinuous, inhomogeneous, and anisotropic material. The uniaxial compressive strength (UCS) of coal is sig niﬁcantly inﬂuenced by sample size and microstructures, including the presence of mineral inclusions and preexisting cracks (Protodiakonov and Koifman, 1963; Wagner, 1974).
Compressive Strength of Coal jstage.jst.go.jp
The compressive strength have been measured on irregular shaped coals ranging from 0.1mm to 2.0mm particle size for low ash coals in Hokkaido. The results obtained from these experiments and those obtained from the silica ballmill grinding
Correlation of Compressive Strength of Coal Pellets with
2012223 · weight of coal powder agglomerates on compressive strength of the agglomerates. Coal agglomerates of 0.0150.0277m were produced and the weight and crushing strength of the agglomerates were determined. Kerosene (paraffin oil) was used as a bridging liquid. The relationship between the crushing strength of coal agglomerates and agglomerates
MEASUREMENT OF CRUSHING STRENGTH OF COAL
201159 · crushing strength of coal agglomerates and agglomerates diameters show that coal diameters have effect on its compressive (crushing) strength. As the coal agglomerate diameter increases, the coal strength decreases which implies that crushing strength is dependent on the agglomerates diameter and crushing strength is indirectly proportional to
Properties of Coal Physical Thermal
The hardness of Coal is 11.5 whereas its compressive strength is Not Available. Streak is the color of rock when it is crushed or powdered. The streak of Coal is black whereas its fracture is conchoidal. Luster of Coal is the interaction of light
(PDF) The Uniaxial Compressive Strength of Coal:
From the NIOSH coal database, Mark and Barton (1996), the uniaxial compressive strength of Appalachian Basin coal seams with N > 40, the standard deviation expressed as a
International Journal of Coal Geology
201862 · compressive strength in coal. 1. Introduction Coal is a naturally discontinuous, inhomogeneous, and anisotropic material. The uniaxial compressive strength (UCS) of coal is signiﬁcantly inﬂuenced by sample size and microstructures, including the presence of mineral inclusions and preexisting cracks (Protodiakonov and Koifman, 1963; Wagner
(PDF) Effect of size on the compressive strength of coal
The compressive strength of coal depends on the distribution, type and condition of discontinuities. In the smaller specimen, the probability of finding larger discontinuities is
The uniaxial compressive strength of coal: Should it
1996121 · Abstract. The Bureau of Mines has recently completed a comprehensive study of coal strength. More than 4000 individual test results from over 60 scams were extracted from the literature and combined in the most complete data base of the uniaxial compressive strength of coal ever assembled.
Correlation of Compressive Strength of Coal Pellets with
2012223 · Correlation of Compressive Strength of Coal Pellets with Wet Weight of Coal Powder Agglomerates Ikebudu, Kingsley Okechukwu, Member, IAENG, Chukwumuanya, E. O, Member, IAENG, Swift, O. N. K. Member, IAENG Abstract The aim of this research is to determine the effect of weight of coal powder agglomerates on compressive strength of
MEASUREMENT OF CRUSHING STRENGTH OF COAL
201159 · compressive (crushing) strength. As the coal agglomerate diameter increases, the coal strength decreases which implies that crushing strength is dependent on the agglomerates diameter and crushing strength is indirectly proportional to agglomerates diameter.
Properties of Coal Physical Thermal
The hardness of Coal is 11.5 whereas its compressive strength is Not Available. Streak is the color of rock when it is crushed or powdered. The streak of Coal is black whereas its fracture is conchoidal. Luster of Coal is the interaction of light with the surface of Coal. Luster of Coal is dull to vitreous to submetallic. Coal cleavage is non
Impact of Coal Ranks and Confining Pressures on
The compressive strength of coal presents a Ushaped trend with the vitrinite reflectance. However, as the confining pressure increases, the compressive strength raises, but its increase rate declines. In the process of loading stress, the permeability, and AE activities can be divided into three phases: compaction and elastic deformation phase
煤矸石集料混凝土抗压强度及耐久性能Compressive
Compressive Strength and Durability of Coal Gangue Aggregate Concrete DOI ： 10.11896/j.issn.1005023X.2018.14.012 中文关键词: 煤矸石 抗压强度 快速氯离子渗透 抗碳化性能 抗硫酸盐侵蚀 粗集料混凝土 英文关键词: coal gangue, compressive strength, rapid
Loading rates dependency of strength anisotropy in
202121 · We investigated the dependency of strength anisotropy in coal on loading rate in this study. This is performed based on an improved 3‐D reconstruction modeling technology, P‐wave velocity tests, X‐ray CT scanning, and uniaxial compressive tests on a series of coal specimens with anisotropy angles of 0°, 30°, 45°, 60°, and 90°.
International Journal of Coal Geology
201862 · compressive strength in coal. 1. Introduction Coal is a naturally discontinuous, inhomogeneous, and anisotropic material. The uniaxial compressive strength (UCS) of coal is signiﬁcantly inﬂuenced by sample size and microstructures, including the presence of mineral inclusions and preexisting cracks (Protodiakonov and Koifman, 1963; Wagner
Water absorption and compressive strength of
2021519 · The compressive strength was observed to increase with increasing silicon dioxide to aluminium oxide molar ratio. A high initial molar ratio of sodium oxide to aluminium oxide enhances the water absorption and decreases the strength of the geopolymer sample.
MEASUREMENT OF CRUSHING STRENGTH OF COAL
201159 · compressive (crushing) strength. As the coal agglomerate diameter increases, the coal strength decreases which implies that crushing strength is dependent on the agglomerates diameter and crushing strength is indirectly proportional to agglomerates diameter.
(Finite) statistical size effects on compressive strength
2014429 · Finitesize effect on multiaxial compressive strength for coal (experimental data). These strength values have been recalculated using the generalized Hoek and Brown empirical formulation (equation 1 of ref. 34) and using the set of parameters found in table 3 of the same ref. 34, for confining pressure σ 3 = 0 MPa, 2
Rapid Compressive Strength Achievement of Coal Bottom
20181210 · Keywords: geopolymer, coal bottom ash, compressive strength, microwave . 1 INTRODUCTION . Geopolymers, which have attracted increasing attention over a few decades as a green alternative to Portland cements are inorganic binders composed of polymeric aluminosilicate framworks [13]. The industrial wastes e
Impact of Coal Ranks and Confining Pressures on Coal
The compressive strength of coal presents a Ushaped trend with the vitrinite reflectance. However, as the confining pressure increases, the compressive strength raises, but its increase rate declines. In the process of loading stress, the permeability, and AE activities can be divided into three phases: compaction and elastic deformation phase
Effect of Coal Ash Properties on Compressive Strength
This paper presents the results of an experimental study on the behavior of bottom ashbased geopolymer concrete (GPC) cured at ambient temperature. A total of five bathes of bottom ashbased GPC were manufactured. The influence of the particle size and chemical composition of bottom ash on the compressive strength of GPC was investigated. The results indicate that the investigated
Coal strength and Young's modulus related to coal
This paper presents an experimental investigation of coal rank and maceral composition influences on the coal mechanical behaviors. The complete stressstrain behavior, uniaxial compressive strength, Young's modulus, and acoustic compressional velocity were measured and correlated to coal ranks and microstructures. The test results show that coal is an elastobrittle geomaterial and its
Loading rates dependency of strength anisotropy in
202121 · We investigated the dependency of strength anisotropy in coal on loading rate in this study. This is performed based on an improved 3‐D reconstruction modeling technology, P‐wave velocity tests, X‐ray CT scanning, and uniaxial compressive tests on a series of coal specimens with anisotropy angles of 0°, 30°, 45°, 60°, and 90°.
Correlation of Sonic Travel Time to the Uniaxial
2012830 · Australian underground coal mines with an abundance of strength data for use in all aspects of ground control design. However, the technique depends upon reliable correlations between the unconfined compressive strength (UCS) and the sonic velocity. This paper describes research recently conducted by the National
The Strength and the StressStrain Characteristics of
202095 · Hossein Bineshian, Abdolhadi Ghazvinian, Zahra Bineshian Comprehensive compressivetensile strength criterion for intact rock, Journal of Rock Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering 4, no.2 2 (Jun 2012): 140–148.
International Journal of Coal Geology
201862 · compressive strength in coal. 1. Introduction Coal is a naturally discontinuous, inhomogeneous, and anisotropic material. The uniaxial compressive strength (UCS) of coal is signiﬁcantly inﬂuenced by sample size and microstructures, including the presence of mineral inclusions and preexisting cracks (Protodiakonov and Koifman, 1963; Wagner
(Finite) statistical size effects on compressive strength
2014429 · Finitesize effect on multiaxial compressive strength for coal (experimental data). These strength values have been recalculated using the generalized Hoek and Brown empirical formulation (equation 1 of ref. 34) and using the set of parameters found in table 3 of the same ref. 34, for confining pressure σ 3 = 0 MPa, 2
Effect of Coal Ash Properties on Compressive
This paper presents the results of an experimental study on the behavior of bottom ashbased geopolymer concrete (GPC) cured at ambient temperature. A total of five bathes of bottom ashbased GPC were manufactured. The influence of the particle size and chemical composition of bottom ash on the compressive strength of GPC was investigated. The results indicate that the
Rapid Compressive Strength Achievement of Coal Bottom
20181210 · Keywords: geopolymer, coal bottom ash, compressive strength, microwave . 1 INTRODUCTION . Geopolymers, which have attracted increasing attention over a few decades as a green alternative to Portland cements are inorganic binders composed of polymeric aluminosilicate framworks [13]. The industrial wastes e
FUNDAMENTALS OF COAL MINE ROOF SUPPORT
2021325 · Rock strength traditionally is estimated from laboratory tests. The uniaxial compressive test is the most commonly used. Figure 1 shows the approximate range of compressive strengths observed in U.S. coal measure rock. Triaxial tests, where the rock is confined, more accurately simulate the three
A Relationship Between The Ultimate Compressive
The work described in this paper is an attempt to correlate compressive strength data from exploration borehole specimens to cubical coal strength. The most widely used coal pillar design equation is the one proposed by Holland and Gaddy. This is the method outlined by Holland (1973)for coal panel pillar design in areas of zero surface movement.
(PDF) Compressive Strength of High Volume Coal
Table 6 present the result of percentage compressive strength with respect to the control concrete and the effect of 20%FA 60%CBA replacement can be seen. can be said to have speed up anyone of the following processes; hydration (which is a chemical reaction between the cement constituents and water accompanied by release of a considerable
Estimation of Uniaxial Compressive Strength of Coal
Corpus ID: 54779172. Estimation of Uniaxial Compressive Strength of Coal Measures of PranhitaGodavari Valley, India Using Sonic Logs @inproceedings{Rao2015EstimationOU, title={Estimation of Uniaxial Compressive Strength of Coal Measures of PranhitaGodavari Valley, India Using Sonic Logs}, author={M. V. S. Rao and G. U. Bhaskar and Shivakumar Karekal},
Water absorption and compressive strength of
2021519 · The compressive strength was observed to increase with increasing silicon dioxide to aluminium oxide molar ratio. A high initial molar ratio of sodium oxide to aluminium oxide enhances the water absorption and decreases the strength of the geopolymer sample.