Ground assessment for the construction of large underground excavations at Ashanti Goldfields Corporation (GH) Limited, Ghana

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Abstract

There is a majorexpansion programme currently taking place at the Ashanti Goldfields Corporation (A.G.C.) Ghana Limited. As part of this master programme a subvertical shaft is to be sunk from 24 Level to 52 Level of the 5.5m-diameter George Cappendell shaft (G.C.S.) to enable the high grade quartz orebodies located in this area to be repidly developed.

Original languageEnglish
Pages1213-1216
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 1991
Externally publishedYes
Event7th International Society for Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering Congress 1991 - Aachen, Germany
Duration: Sep 16 1991Sep 20 1991

Conference

Conference7th International Society for Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering Congress 1991
CountryGermany
CityAachen
Period9/16/919/20/91

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  • Geotechnical Engineering and Engineering Geology
  • Geology

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Suorineni, F. T. (1991). Ground assessment for the construction of large underground excavations at Ashanti Goldfields Corporation (GH) Limited, Ghana. 1213-1216. Paper presented at 7th International Society for Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering Congress 1991, Aachen, Germany.

Ground assessment for the construction of large underground excavations at Ashanti Goldfields Corporation (GH) Limited, Ghana. / Suorineni, F. T.

1991. 1213-1216 Paper presented at 7th International Society for Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering Congress 1991, Aachen, Germany.

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Suorineni, FT 1991, 'Ground assessment for the construction of large underground excavations at Ashanti Goldfields Corporation (GH) Limited, Ghana' Paper presented at 7th International Society for Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering Congress 1991, Aachen, Germany, 9/16/91 - 9/20/91, pp. 1213-1216.
Suorineni FT. Ground assessment for the construction of large underground excavations at Ashanti Goldfields Corporation (GH) Limited, Ghana. 1991. Paper presented at 7th International Society for Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering Congress 1991, Aachen, Germany.
Suorineni, F. T. / Ground assessment for the construction of large underground excavations at Ashanti Goldfields Corporation (GH) Limited, Ghana. Paper presented at 7th International Society for Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering Congress 1991, Aachen, Germany.4 p.
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