DBPapers
DOI: 10.5593/sgem2012/s02.v2024

LAKE MOST - LONG-TERM STABILITY ASSESSMENT OF THE FINAL SLOPES OF THE RESIDUAL PIT (FORMER COAL MINE MOST-LEZAKY)

P. VALVODA
Wednesday 1 August 2012 by Libadmin2012

References: 12th International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference, www.sgem.org, SGEM2012 Conference Proceedings/ ISSN 1314-2704, June 17-23, 2012, Vol. 2, 183 - 190 pp

ABSTRACT

The main task is to assess the overall stability of the final slopes of the former open pit
mine Most-Lezaky emerging around the lake Most after the redevelopment and
reconstruction works in 2002. General stability of final slopes and coastal areas were
assessed in all areas of different geological, hydrogeological territorial units. All
adaptation were subsequently designed and implemented with a view to ensuring longterm
stability of final slopes. The final slope stability is addressed in general
dimensions. For all local units is briefly described the current situation in terms of
geotechnical and if the situation is unsatisfactory, the proposed adaptation of the final
slope, where it is necessary to increase the level of stability under mining regulations.

Keywords: final slopes, Geotechnics, lake, reclamations, stability