PROGRAMA

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Programa preliminar

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Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Welcome Cocktail and early registration

19:15 Hotel Plaza El Bosque Nueva Las Condes
Av. Manquehue Nte. 656, Las Condes, Región Metropolitana

Day 1: Wednesday, 15 November 2017

Welcome and Introduction

8:00 Xavier Emery, University of Chile
Octavio Araneda, Co-Chairman, CODELCO- Chile
Javier A. Vallejos, Chairman, University of Chile

Session 1 – Seismic Hazard and Seismic Monitoring

Session Chair: Stanisław Lasocki. Institute of Geophysics PAS. Poland.

8:30

Keynote Lecture

Mapping Seismic Ground Motion Hazard in Mines. Aleksander J. Mendecki, Institute of Mine Seismology, Australia

9:10 IS-EPOS Platform for Anthropogenic Seismicity Research: a modern e-tool of EPOS Thematic Core Service „Anthropogenic Hazards”, designed to integrate infrastructures and facilitate research of human induced seismicity.
Rudziński, Ł. Lasocki, S., Orlecka – Sikora, B. Institute of Geophysics PAS, Poland,; Szepieniec, T. Academic Computer Center Cyfronet AGH, Poland; Leptokaroupolos, K. Institute of Geophysics PAS, Garcia-Aristizabal, A. AMRA, Italy; Grasso, J.-R Observatoire Multidisciplinaire des Instabilités de Versants, France and Kwiatek; G. German Research Centre for Geosciences, Germany.
9:30 High-Quality Microseismic Monitoring in Mines: Accelerometers or Geophones?
Rebuli, D.B. Institute of Mine Seismology, Canada; Goldswain, G. and Lynch, R.A. Institute of Mine Seismology, Australia
9:50 A Seismic Data-driven Methodology to Assess the Probability of Softening and Hardening Regimes.
Soto, G., Fontbona, J. Center for Mathematical Modeling, Chile; Gaete, S. Codelco, Chile; Prado, J. Center for Mathematical Modeling, Chile and Dunlop, R. Codelco, Chile
10:10

Morning Break

Session Chair: Aleksander Mendecki. Institute of Mine Seismology. Australia.

10:30 Complex networks applied to induced seismicity: Universalities.
Pasten, D., Vallejos, J.A. Universidad de Chile, Chile
10:50 The effect of sensor bandwidth limitations on the calculation of seismic hazard for mines.
Morkel, I.G., Wesseloo, J. Australian Centre for Geomechanics, The University of Western Australia, Australia
11:10 Numerical approach for evaluating microseismic array performances: case study of a deep metal mine monitoring network .
De Santis, F., Nancy Lizeur, A. Tonnellier, A. INERIS, France; Matrullo, E. EOST, France; Bernard, P. IPG, France; Nyström, A. BOLIDEN, Sweden
11:30 Soft Assignment Classification of Seismicity in Caving Mines.
Meyer, S., Wit, T., Malovichko, D. Institute of Mine Seismology, Australia
11:50 Temporal Changes in Stress State Imaged through Seismic Tomography.
Bosman, K., Baig, A.M., Urbancic, T.I. ESG Solutions, Canada
12:10 Seismic Analysis Without Seismic Data. The relevance of ground observation for seismic interpretation.
Jarufe, J. A., University of Santiago de Chile, Chile; Soto, C. SRK Consulting Chile; Verdugo, J. Aes-Gener Chile
12:30

Lunch

Session 2 – Mechanism of Seismic Events and Rockbursts

Session Chair: Sergio Balboa. Codelco El Teniente. Chile

14:00

Keynote Lecture

Seismic sources and rockburst damage in South Africa and Chile. Gerrie van Aswegen. Institute of Mine Seismology, South Africa

14:40 Complex Mechanism of Rockburst observed on Polish Copper Mines.
Rudziński, Ł. Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland; Cesca, S. GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, Germany, Talaga, A., Koziarz, E. KGHM Polska Miedź S.A. Rudna Copper Mine, Poland
15:00 Spectro-temporal Power Signature Estimation on Seismic-Coda Data.
Soto, G., Fontbona, J. Center for Mathematical Modeling, University of Chile, Chile; Gaete, S. Codelco, Chile
15:20 Fan-hinged shear as a source of shear rupture rockbursts.
Tarasov, B.G. University of Western Australia, Australia
15:40 Seismic Source Mechanisms at Bloque 1 Sector, El Teniente Mine.
Fuentes, R. E-Mining Technology, Chile; Alegría, J.P., Espíndola, J., Codelco El Teniente, Chile
16:00

Afternoon Break

Session Chair: Richard Lynch. Institute of Mine Seismology. Australia.

16:20 Microseismic monitoring of caving and collapsing events in solution mines.
Kinscher, J., Coccia, S., Daupley, X., Bigarre, P. INERIS, France
16:40 Sub-horizontal faulting mechanism for large rockbursts at the El Teniente Mine.
Brzovic, A., Skarmeta, J., Blanco, B., Dunlop, R., Sepulveda, M. P. Codelco El Teniente, Chile
17:00 Seismic source mechanism extended for rupture propagation estimate: a chance for the fault identification?
Šílený, J. Institute of Geophysics, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic
17:20 On the tectonophysical conditions of tectonic rock bursts.
Batugin, A.S. Mining Institute MISiS, Russia

Day 2:Thursday, 16 November 2017

Session 3 – Ground Control and Support System

Session Chair: Patricia Boeg- Jensen. Luossavaara-Kiirunavaara AB. Sweden.

8:00

Keynote Lecture

Ground control in strainbursting ground – A critical review and path forward on design principles. Peter K. Kaiser. Laurentian University, Canada

8:40 Full-scale dynamic tests of a ground support system using two layers of high-tensile strength chain link mesh to increase the energy absorption at El Teniente Mine, Chile.
Muñoz, A., Rojas, E. Codelco El Teniente, Chile; Brändle, R., Luis, R., Fisher, G. Geobrugg Group, Switzerland
9:00 Evaluation of kinetic energy on rocks ejected during rock bursting through image processing of compression tests. “El Teniente” mine case.
Bravo-Haro, M. Imperial College London, UK; Muñoz, A., Rojas, E. Codelco El Teniente, Chile; Sarrazin, M. University of Chile, Chile
9:20 Evaluation of a ground support system against expected rockbursts.
Hartman, W. Geohart Limited, Australia
9:40

Morning Break

Session Chair: Zara Anderson. ESG solutions. Canada.

10:20 Towards Energy Magnitude for Mining-Induced Seismicity.
Rudziński, Ł. Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland; Dineva, S. Department of Civil, Mining and Environmental Engineering, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
10:40 Assessment and Testing of Seismic Hazard for Planned Mining Sequences: Examples from SLC and Open Stoping Mines.
Malovichko, D. and Cuello, D.
11:00 Mechanisms of seismic and rockburst events in Uchucchacua Mine.
Regalado, D. Cía Mines of Buenaventura S.A.A, Peru
11:20 Integrated photogrammetry and discrete fracture network modeling to determine rock structure around excavations at the El Teniente mine.
Brzovic, A., Molina, I. L., Codelco El Teniente, Chile
11:40 Effects of parallel fractures near a free surface on velocity amplification of S-wave.
Botelho, A.H., Zhang, P., Nordlund, E. Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
12:00 Analysis of seismicity induced by undercutting and draw bell blasting at Reservas Norte, El Teniente Mine.
Cornejo, J.A, Codelco El Teniente, Chile; Ortega, V.O., Vallejos, J.A. University of Chile, Chile
12:30

Lunch

Session 4 – Preconditioning and Rock Mass Response

Session Chair: Andres Brzovic. Codelco El Teniente. Chile.

14:00

Invited Presentation

Modeling multi-scale processes in hydraulic fracture propagation using the Implicit Level Set Algorithm (ILSA). Anthony Peirce. University of British Columbia, Canada

14:40 Hydraulic Fracturing trial layout and approach to mitigate the seismic hazard at LKAB’s mines in Kiruna and Malmberget.
Boeg-Jensen, P.K., Jonsson, K. Luossavaara-Kiirunavaara AB, Sweden; Jeffrey, R.G. SCT Operations Pty Ltd, Australia
15:00 Experimental verification of the damage extension variability along blast holes in a confined blasting campaign.
Piñeyro, I., León, J., Gonzalez, G. CodelcoTech, Chile; Pinilla, G. Codelco, Chile
15:20 Hydraulic fracturing applied to tunnels development at El Teniente Mine.
Rojas, E., Landeros, P. Codelco El Teniente, Chile
15:40 Resolving the Behavior of the Rock Mass in the Sill Pillar through Dynamic Parameters.
Smith-Boughner, L., Baig, A.M. Urbancic, T.I. ESG Solutions, Canada
16:00

Afternoon Break

Session 4 – Preconditioning and Rock Mass Response

Session Chair: Daniela Pollak. Universidad de Chile, Chile.

16:20

Invited Presentation

Potential of Seismic Analysis in Hydraulic Fracture Stimulations in Mining: Learnings from Over a Decade of Application in the Petroleum Industry. Ted Urbancic. ESG Solutions, Canada

17:00 Cave Front Tracking using Anomalous Travel Times.
Lőtter, E.C., Lynch, R.A. Institute of Mine Seismology, Australia
17:20 Full-Waveform Microseismic Event Location and Source Mechanism from a Single Seismogram.
Lynch, R. A. Institute of Mine Seismology, Australia, Jackson, S. University of Tasmania, Australia, Brijraj, S., Moolla, S. University of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa.
17:40 Evaluation of the Rock Deterioration Criterion and the Strain Energy Co-Criterion to Anticipate and Mitigate Rockbursts Currently Under Mining by Caving.
Krstulovic, G., Geomecanica Ltda, Chile
20:00

Conference Dinner

Centro de Eventos Terrazas de la Reina

Av. Alcalde Fernando Castillo Velasco 11095 (ex Av. Larraín) La Reina, Santiago, Chile

Friday, 17 November 2017

8:40

Session 5- Case Studies

Session Chair: Dmitriy Malovichko. Institute of Mine Seismology. South Africa.

9:00

Keynote Lecture

Management of Seismic Hazard in High Stresses Conditions, El Teniente Mine. Eduardo Rojas. Codelco El Teniente, Chile

8:40 Microseismic Monitoring Strategy and Early Rockburst Experience during the development of Glencore’s Nickel Rim Deep and Onaping Depth Projects.
Butler, T.G. Engineering Seismology Group (ESG), Canada; Simser, B.S. Glencore Company, Canada
9:00 Application of rock-burst concepts to understanding the sudden collapse of ribs in coal mines.
Seedsman, R.W. Seedsman Geotechnics, Australia
9:20 An Approach to Short-Term Seismic Hazard Assessment at the El Teniente Mine.
Dunlop, R.E. Codelco El Teniente, Chile
9:40 Analysis of induced seismicity monitored during 2012 -2013 at 16 level (16, 17 areas) – III northern panel in Div. Andina Codelco-Chile.
Belmonte, A. University of Concepción, Chile; Quiñones, L., Toro, L. Codelco Andina, Chile
10:00

Morning Break

8:40

Session Chair: Alejandro Jofre. University of Chile. Chile.

10:20

Invited Lecture

A catastrophic event in Rudna copper-ore mine in Poland on 29 November, 2016: what, how and why. Stanisław Lasocki, Institute of Geophysics PAS, Poland

11:00 Monitoring the stability of tailings dam walls using ambient seismic noise.
Oliver, G., Lynch, R.A., Hobart De Wit, T. Institute of Mine Seismology, Hobart, Australia
11:20 Attenuation measurements in underground mines.
Calixto, F. Institute of Mine Seismology, Australia
11:40 Space or Space-time clustering? A selection criterion methodology using mining induced seismicity data.
Estay, R., Vallejos, J.A. University of Chile, Chile
12:00 Calibration of Modelled Seismicity in South African Mines.
Gerber, J., Kohler, S. Institute of Mine Seismology, South Africa
12:20 Discussion on RaSiM10.
12:30 Closing Ceremony
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