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Explosives and blasting procedures manual

Richard A. Dick

Explosives and blasting procedures manual

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blasting -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.,
  • Explosives -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 94-95.

    Statementby Richard A. Dick, Larry R. Fletcher, and Dennis V. D"Andrea.
    SeriesInformation circular ;, 8925, Information circular (United States. Bureau of Mines) ;, 8925.
    ContributionsFletcher, Larry R., D"Andrea, Dennis V.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN295 .U4 no. 8925, TN279 .U4 no. 8925
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 105 p. :
    Number of Pages105
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3140149M
    LC Control Number82600353

    Detonating the explosive causes the rock to collapse. Blasthole loading of various explosive types is covered. The first to use this method for underwater blasting was Charles Pasley who employed it in to break up the wreck of the British warship HMS Royal George which had become a shipping hazard at Spithead. The features of the traditional initiation systems--electrical, detonating cord, and cap and fuse--are pointed out, and the newer nonelectric initiation systems are described. Brand new Book. Rubble is removed and the new tunnel surface is reinforced.

    It includes information and procedures developed by Bureau research, explosives manufacturers, and the mining industry. Part II delves into the most prominent explosives and initiation systems to give the blaster-in-charge an overview of different products and loading systems. Various blasthole priming techniques are described. Blasthole loading of various explosive types is covered.

    An extensive glossary of blasting related terms is included along with references to articles providing more detailed information on the aforementioned items. This consisted of small train of gunpowder inserted in a water-proof cord, which burns at a steady and uniform rate. Environmental effects of blasting such as flyrock and air and ground vibrations are discussed along with techniques of measuring and alleviating these undesirable side effects. This train was ignited by a slow matchoften consisting simply of brown paper smeared with grease, intended to burn long enough to allow the person who fires it enough time to reach a place of safety. Blasting safety procedures are detailed in the chronological order of the blasting process.


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Explosives and blasting procedures manual by Richard A. Dick Download PDF Ebook

The features of the traditional initiation systems - electrical, detonating cord, and cap and fuse - are pointed out, and the newer nonelectric initiation systems are discussed.

Part II delves into the most prominent explosives and initiation systems to give the blaster-in-charge an overview of different products and loading systems. Blasthole loading of various explosive types is covered. The various Federal blasting regulations are enumerated along with their Explosives and blasting procedures manual book of Federal Regulations citations.

The various federal blasting regulations are enumerated along with their code of federal regulations citations. Language: English. Blasthole loading of various explosive types is covered. An extensive glossary of blasting related terms is included along with references to articles providing more detailed information on the aforementioned items.

The philosophy and methods for rock support vary widely but typical rock support systems can include:. This part provides specific design patterns and initiation sequences and calculations involved in blast design and evaluation.

The Blasters' Handbook 18th Edition, Third Printing This third printing improves upon the more than 1, pages of explosives knowledge with updated content, equations and formulas. The features of the traditional initiation systems - electrical, detonating cord, and cap and fuse - are pointed out, and the newer nonelectric initiation systems are discussed.

The standard method for blasting rocks was to drill a hole to a considerable depth and deposit a charge of gunpowder at the further end of the hole and then fill the remainder of the hole with clay or some other soft mineral substance, well rammed, to make it as tight as possible.

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Blast design, including geologic considerations, for both surface and underground blasting is detailed. Various blasthole priming techniques are described. The positions and depths of the holes and the amount of explosive each hole receives are determined by a carefully constructed pattern, which, together with the correct timing of the individual explosions, will guarantee that the tunnel will have an approximately circular cross-section.46th Annual Conference on Explosives and Blasting Technique.

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