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TitleAn automatic data analysis and source location system (ADASLS)
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LicencePlease note the adoption of the Open Government Licence - Canada supersedes any previous licences.
AuthorGe, M; Mottahed, P
SourceCanada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology, Mining Research Laboratories, Division Report MRL 93-012(OPJ), 1992, 5 pages, https://doi.org/10.4095/328580 Open Access logo Open Access
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Year1992
PublisherCanada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology
Meeting3rd International Symposium on Rockbursts and Seismicity; Kingston, Ontario; CA; August 1993
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Lang.English
Mediapaper; on-line; digital
File formatpdf
SubjectsEconomics and Industry; geophysics; Science and Technology; Health and Safety; mining; mine safety; mines; rockbursts; seismology; seismicity; seismic risk; earthquakes; earthquake magnitudes; earthquake risk; software; induced seismicity; microseismic events; automation; methodology
Illustrationstables; sketch maps
Released1992 12 01; 2021 07 02
AbstractAn Automatic Data Analysis and Source Location System (ADASLS) was recently developed at CANMET. It is designed for general application in the mining industry where a rapid, scientific and comprehensive analysis of the automatically determined microseismic event data is required. ADASLS is a manual driven code in that it is controlled by approximately 130 adjustable parameters, which allows the code to adopt the local source locations and to optimize the analysis procedure. The code has been tested extensively and its performance has been excellent. It has been adopted by two major Ontario mines, the Creighton mine at Sudbury and the Kidd Creek mine at Timmins.
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