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Summary of Surface Blasting and Damages with Analysis of Two Mitigation Techniques – Presplit and Smooth Blasting

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1.       Explosives

2.       Blast Hole Diameter and Drilling

3.       Burden

4.       Bench Height

5.       Spacing

6.       Detonation

7.       Stemming

8.       Properties of the Rock Mass

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