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Cavern - Rudno Telo "T" in copper mine Bor
Serbia

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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Copyright: Stefan Solakov
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8300x4150
Uploaded: 01/02/2013
Updated: 25/09/2014
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Tags: cave; cavern; mine; tunel; underground
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