Photos of rockburst in assistant tunnels a surface spalling, b deep rockburst pit, c schistose rupture in pit, d parabolic shape of desquamation rock
Although careful investigations of the surrounding rocks were
carried out during the process of excavation there was no obvious
sign to indicate the position or scale of a rockburst before it
occurred (Fig. 2).
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