Exploration Disaster Source of Mine Water by Electromagnetic Radiation
Keywords:Coal mining safety, Rock burst, Electromagnetic radiation, Electromagnetic scattering
geological hazard in deep underground mining. Before the rock mass explosion, electromagnetic energy will radiate outward during the deformation and rupture of the coal rocks. Hence, it is possible to use the electromagnetic radiation to predict geological disasters in coal mines. A challenging task using the active source electromagnetic survey technique is to detect geological anomalies, such as disaster water sources and geological structures. To this end, this paper proposes a new electromagnetic radiation solution based on the forward and inversion theory to detect geological anomalies in the coal seam. Based on typical coal mine geological models, the forward modelling and inversion modelling have been performed, respectively. The forward modelling explained the geological anomalies inside the coal seam, which were very sensitive to the response of the radiated electromagnetic field; especially, for the water-bearing geological anomalies. The inversion modelling discovered that the inversion geo-electric parameter distribution agreed well with the actual model. As a result, the proposed method is feasible for geological anomalies detection.
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National Natural Science Foundation of China
Grant numbers 41974151