Ruth Stephenson

Ruth Stephenson
AMC Consultants · Geotechnical Engineering, Perth Office

Master of Engineering Science (Mining Geomechanics)

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2 Research Items
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Introduction
Ruth Stephenson currently works at the AMC Consultants Perth Office, where she is Technical Manager of the Geotechnical Engineering group. In her position as a consultant, she participates in mining research projects of interest to the industry.
Additional affiliations
August 2012 - April 2015
AMC Consultants
Position
  • Senior Geotechnical Engineer

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Publications (7)
Conference Paper
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The empirical McCracken and Stacey stability and risk assessment method has been in use for more than 20 years to assess geotechnical stability issues for raise bored shafts. The methodology has been applied with various levels of success. Increasingly, trends in mining and civil tunnelling have been towards larger diameter, single pass, raise bore...
Conference Paper
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Underground mines with high rock stress to rock strength ratios tend to experience squeezing ground conditions or rockbursting conditions, or a combination of both. The ground control methods and strategies that have evolved to manage such conditions have some similarities and some differences. Mining can continue successfully in such adverse condi...
Article
http://acg.uwa.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Newsletter_45_FINAL_web.pdf?x18924
Conference Paper
https://www.ausimm.com.au/publications/epublication.aspx?ID=15864
Conference Paper
https://papers.acg.uwa.edu.au/a/10006625

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