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Time-dependent hydraulic fracturing in Potash mines ...

1991-5-1  The time after excavation needed for seepage to occur is dependent upon the in situ horizontal stress and the pore water pressure. Induced seismicity and mine flooding may involve both shear failure as well as hydraulic fracturing of the overlying strata. Accepted for publication 19 September 1990. REFERENCES 1.

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Multi-component investigation of fracturing in a potash ...

2021-3-30  Multi-component investigation of fracturing in a potash mining region in Saskatchewan, Canada Andrew Nicol* and Don C. Lawton, CREWES, University of Calgary Summary Fractures in the subsurface are known to impact the quality of seismic imaging. This multi-component, time-lapse study focuses on the fracture-induced anisotropy within a

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Time-dependent hydraulic fracturing in Potash mines ...

Time-dependent hydraulic fracturing in Potash mines. ... From the analysis of various mining situations it is concluded that hydraulic fracturing of the brittle Dawson Bay formation occurs as a result of changes in the stres-strain regime due to mining and this might be a possible cause of induced seismicity. Hydraulic fracturing of the Dawson ...

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A multicomponent, time-lapse investigation of fracturing ...

2021-3-30  potash mining region. Andrew Nicol* and Don Lawton ABSTRACT Time-lapse seismic analysis is used to monitor changes in the subsurface which occur in between the acquisition of the baseline and monitor surveys. In this study, the analysis of two multicomponent seismic vintages is conducted in order to monitor any fracture-

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Hydraulic fracturing in salt and potash formations ...

2021-9-18  @article{osti_7082887, title = {Hydraulic fracturing in salt and potash formations}, author = {Manker, E A}, abstractNote = {Extensive development programs have been conducted for the past several years to devise techniques for the economical solution mining of potash from the deeper areas of the large Canadian potash deposit. Economic considerations indicate that mining procedures utilizing ...

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Fracking, potash mining and the right to water in ...

This coupled with Potash Mining has resulted in personal-use water wells drying up, health concerns, and subsidence causing damage to homes and properties (and drastically decreasing real estate values). (Photo on the right is of the new and old potash mining operation in Penobsquis, NB.

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Estimation Of Geodynamic Activity And Its Impact On

2019-7-8  and mining-geological conditions (especially the strength properties of the water-resistant strata of rocks, due to the increased degree of fracturing) of mining operations in potash mines VPMSD [6, 8]. Powerful complex technogenesis leads to the technogenic transformation of the geological environment of the Verkhnekamskoye field.

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FRACTURE IMAGING IN THE UPPER KAMA POTASH

3-D GPR data were acquired in the potash mine near the city of Solikamsk, Russia to evaluate the effectiveness of imaging technology to detect and delineate the fractures in heterogeneous salt rock.

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A new Approach to Potash Production

2020-11-26  •Potash mining in SK started in the 1950’s using conventional techniques (shafts, mechanical ore extraction utilizing men and equipment underground) •Belle Plaine mine, owned by Pittsburgh Paint and Glass (PPG) was the first successful solution mine. Startup 1964 –Initial methods from Gulf Coast salt fracking failed.

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How Geophysics Became Integral to Potash Mining in ...

2019-11-12  mining operations in the world. Yet there are significant hazards that potash producers face, and without geophysics it is unlikely that the industry would have enjoyed such success. Water inflows are a mine-threatening hazard to potash mines, as shown in Figure 1. Germany, for example, has about 150 years of potash mining

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Time-dependent hydraulic fracturing in Potash mines ...

Time-dependent hydraulic fracturing in Potash mines. ... From the analysis of various mining situations it is concluded that hydraulic fracturing of the brittle Dawson Bay formation occurs as a result of changes in the stres-strain regime due to mining and this might be a possible cause of induced seismicity. Hydraulic fracturing of the Dawson ...

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Products: Di-Corp

Hydraulic Fracturing. Potash is a commonly used as an additive in aqueous based fracturing fluids. The use of KCl prevents the potential damage caused by the swelling or migrating of clay platelets within the formation matrix. Potash is normally applied between 10-30 kg/m³ of water.

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Solution Mining - Solution Mining of Thin-Bedded Potash

The details of well construction, method of operation, and removal rates are discussed. Continental Oil Co.'s laboratory research on the fundamentals of potash solution mining has been expanded by means of a series of field tests, and subjects such as well completion and hydraulic fracturing were added to

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A new Approach to Potash Production

2020-11-26  •Potash mining in SK started in the 1950’s using conventional techniques (shafts, mechanical ore extraction utilizing men and equipment underground) •Belle Plaine mine, owned by Pittsburgh Paint and Glass (PPG) was the first successful solution mine. Startup 1964 –Initial methods from Gulf Coast salt fracking failed.

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How Geophysics Became Integral to Potash Mining in ...

2019-11-12  mining operations in the world. Yet there are significant hazards that potash producers face, and without geophysics it is unlikely that the industry would have enjoyed such success. Water inflows are a mine-threatening hazard to potash mines, as shown in Figure 1. Germany, for example, has about 150 years of potash mining

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How lithium can be efficiently extracted from ... - mining

2021-9-22  Calculations show that a single week’s worth of water from hydraulic fracturing in Texas’ Eagle Ford Shale has the potential to produce enough lithium for 300 EV batteries, or 1.7 million ...

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Design of Mines In Salt And Potash ISRM Congress

1991-9-16  Mine design, in salt, potash, or any material, must be a continual optimisation effort during the mine life. Optimisation requires repeated iteration of a design procedure, which consists of the following activities: a) Assessment of rock conditions and geological state; b) Choice of mine geometry and changes to be implemented; c) Determining the mechanical behaviour of relevant materials; d ...

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Backfilling and Pillar Re-Mining in Potash Industry

2019-4-3  K-UTEC AG Salt Technologies Sondershausen Backfilling and Pillar Re-Mining in Potash Industry C:\Users\Fliss\Daten-Fl\40 Präsentationen\400 K-UTEC Präsentationen\440 Minefill 2010\paper_kutec_minefill en.doc /11.06.13 Page 2 of 14 The first backfilling activities based on excavated rock salt from so called “Bergemühlen” as a bulk

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Local potash dipping toes into water business

2017-6-16  Intrepid Potash, which has mining and processing operations near Carlsbad, announced in May it had finalized leasing agreements with several oil and gas operations for a portion of their water rights. The water will likely be used for hydraulic fracturing, or "fracking," jobs.

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(PDF) Induced earthquakes at a potash mine near

Four earthquakes with magnitudes between 2.3 and 3.0, which occurred between November 1979 and August 1980, are correlated with a potash mining operation near Saskatoon. Previous seismicity in the ...

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Products: Di-Corp

Hydraulic Fracturing. Potash is a commonly used as an additive in aqueous based fracturing fluids. The use of KCl prevents the potential damage caused by the swelling or migrating of clay platelets within the formation matrix. Potash is normally applied between 10-30 kg/m³ of water.

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A new Approach to Potash Production

2020-11-26  •Potash mining in SK started in the 1950’s using conventional techniques (shafts, mechanical ore extraction utilizing men and equipment underground) •Belle Plaine mine, owned by Pittsburgh Paint and Glass (PPG) was the first successful solution mine. Startup 1964 –Initial methods from Gulf Coast salt fracking failed.

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Mining Frac Climate, Inc.

Applications which can include mines for gold, silver, coal, copper, diamonds, iron ore, cobalt, nickel, platinum, potash, rare earth metals, uranium, zinc and many other minerals. Properly processing mining fluids and slurry is critical to the profitability and efficiency of any mining operation.

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How Geophysics Became Integral to Potash Mining in ...

2019-11-12  mining operations in the world. Yet there are significant hazards that potash producers face, and without geophysics it is unlikely that the industry would have enjoyed such success. Water inflows are a mine-threatening hazard to potash mines, as shown in Figure 1. Germany, for example, has about 150 years of potash mining

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Design of Mines In Salt And Potash ISRM Congress

1991-9-16  Mine design, in salt, potash, or any material, must be a continual optimisation effort during the mine life. Optimisation requires repeated iteration of a design procedure, which consists of the following activities: a) Assessment of rock conditions and geological state; b) Choice of mine geometry and changes to be implemented; c) Determining the mechanical behaviour of relevant materials; d ...

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Assessment of the Prospective Water Inflow Hazards

2019-7-8  The problem of prevention of the water influx in the potash mines is vital for proper planning of the safe ore extraction and timely collapse hazard mitigation action. Geophysical methods provide with the effective tools for studying the fractures, which are the possible water passageways into the mine. Previous works showed that usage

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Local potash dipping toes into water business

2017-6-16  Intrepid Potash, which has mining and processing operations near Carlsbad, announced in May it had finalized leasing agreements with several oil and gas operations for a portion of their water rights. The water will likely be used for hydraulic fracturing, or "fracking," jobs.

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Application of 3D electrical resistivity imaging in an ...

2007-4-25  Application of 3D electrical resistivity imaging in an underground potash mine Robert A. Eso∗ and Douglas W. Oldenburg, University of British Columbia–Geophysical Inversion Facility Michael Maxwell, Golder Associates Ltd. SUMMARY The potential for water infiltration is a geotechnical hazar d in under-ground mining

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Deep Mining: A Rock Engineering Challenge SpringerLink

2019-4-13  Increasing demand for metals caused by global economic growth and exploitation of shallow mineral deposits forces mineral extraction to go deeper. A direct consequence of this development is an increase in rock pressure-related mining problems. The role of rock engineering in the design and operation of deep mines is discussed in detail. Critical issues are the rock fracturing around mining ...

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Downloads - K-UTEC

2004-2-6  ROBOMINERS will develop a bio-inspired, modular and reconfiguarable robot-miner for small and difficult to access deposits. The aim is to create a prototype amphibious robot that is capable of mining underground, underwater or above water, and can be delivered

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