%0 Journal Article
%J Mining Science
%@ 2300-9586
%V 27
%D 2020
%F Yang2020
%T Analysis of Explosion Stress Field of Air Radial Decoupling Charge
%X In order to study the effect of air radial decoupling charge on blasting excavation effect of slope, the effect of radial decoupling coefficient on explosive stress field in rock mass is analyzed theoretically. ANSYS/LS-DYNA software is used to establish a numerical model for stress monitoring of monitoring points. At the same time, the concrete model is poured, the explosion stress field around the blast hole is measured by means of the high-speed multi-channel dynamic stress testing system, and the monitoring results of the two methods are compared with the theoretical analysis results. The results show that with the increase of the radial decoupling coefficient of blasting, the peak value of explosive stress at the same side point decreases obviously, and with the increase of the distance, the stress attenuation becomes slower. Applying the test results to the blasting of slope, it is found that the blasting effect is the best when the aperture decoupling coefficient is 2.75 and the hole spacing is 1.0 m, and the larger the hole spacing is, the less obvious the blasting crack is, which has certain guiding significance for improving the blasting effect.
%A Yang, Deqiang
%A Lei, Zhen
%A An, Huaming
%P 19-38
%9 journal article
%R 10.37190/msc202702
%U http://dx.doi.org/10.37190/msc202702