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Cavern - Rudno Telo "T" in copper mine Bor

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Reinforced Cavern  of Rudno Telo "T" in copper mine Bor, Serbia.

Extracting of cooper ore from Rudno Telo "T" (520m under surface) is based on top-down method with  spry concrete and anchoring reinforcement. The maximal dimensions of cavern after excavating is  80x40x50 m (LxBxH). Execution was during 08.2010- 03.2013. this is one of the biggest cavern in mining ever.

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