Prediction of the ground vibration attenuation induced by blasting for the different rock masses


Kahriman A., Tuncer G., Gorgun S., Karadogan A., Ozdemir K.

29th Annual Conference on Explosives and Blasting Technique, Tennessee, United States Of America, 2 - 05 February 2003, pp.193-201 identifier identifier

  • Publication Type: Conference Paper / Full Text
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  • City: Tennessee
  • Country: United States Of America
  • Page Numbers: pp.193-201

Abstract

This paper presents the results of ground vibration measurements induced by blasting operations at five different sites located close to the residential areas. Within the scope of this study, ground vibration components were measured for all blast events over a long period of time in order to predict peak particle velocity and determine the slope of the attenuation curve for five sites. During the study, while the parameters of scaled distance were being recorded carefully, suitable monitors for all blast events of five blasting sites measured the ground vibration components. At the end of evaluation of the data pairs, an empirical relation, which gives an average line at 95% confidence level, and upper bound 95% prediction line with a good correlation coefficient was established and suggested for each site.