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Title: Remote Shotcrete Lining of Raised Shafts
Author(s): David A. Monaghan, David J. Hoadley, and Grant L. Anderson
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 225-240
Abstract:A raised-shaft lining systems has been developed through a Bureau of Mines contract, "Development of Raise Boring/Shotcrete Support System" (Contract H0252003), awarded to Foster-Miller Associates, Inc. . .This system is specified to operate in raise-bored shafts 9 to 12 feet in diameter, be operated and monitored from the surface, place linings 2 to 6 inches thick, be operable to 1,000 feet deep and place linings at rates of up to 30 feet per hour.
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