TitleStope Stability Assessment and Effect of Horizontal to Vertical Stress Ratio on the Yielding and Relaxation Zones Around Underground Open Stopes Using Empirical and Finite Element Methods
Journal titleArchives of Mining Sciences
Divisions of PASNauki o Ziemi
PublisherCommittee of Mining PAS
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