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Fulian He, Liang Li, Wenrui He, Xiaobin Li, Kai Lv, Binbin Qin, Xuhui Xu, "Multifactor Evaluation of Multiple Service Support and Optimization of Working Resistance of New Support Based on Dynamic Pressure", Shock and Vibration, vol. 2020, Article ID 8858635, 17 pages, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1155/2020/8858635
Multifactor Evaluation of Multiple Service Support and Optimization of Working Resistance of New Support Based on Dynamic Pressure
Abstract
The scientific and feasible method is extremely important for the evaluation of whether the support of coal mines needs to be scrapped, but it has not been formed. If the support cannot be continued to use, the determined reasonable working resistance of the support before the primary mining of coal seam should be optimized. Based on the field measurement and theoretical analysis, the concept of the actual rated working resistance of the support is proposed and analyzed accurately; the total amount of roof subsidence of circulating multiple coal cutting cycles during periodic pressure is calculated; the support performance is evaluated by multifactors; a new method for determining the reasonable working resistance of the support based on dynamic pressure is proposed. The study found that the safety valve of support is opened in advance and the resistance loss rate is large; the total amount of roof subsidence during periodic pressure is high; FAHP + EWM evaluation score of support system performance is 63.31 points. The scientific evaluation of multifactors showed that the support has reached service life, and as a result, the new 105 working faces required replacement with new support. The reasonable working resistance of the support in the 31 coal seam is optimized according to the new method based on dynamic pressure. This study can greatly improve the safety of roof control in the working face.
1. Introduction
In coal mining, roof control in the mining area is particularly critical [1–10]. The hydraulic support plays a direct role in controlling the roof of the working face and is the key equipment to ensure the safety of the working face. But the support is expensive, so coal mine should make the support serve as many working faces as possible under the condition of ensuring the safety of the control roof. The support has been serviced and several working faces are defined as multiple service support. Technicians of coal mine mostly adopt experience to judge whether to eliminate multiple service support, which lacks scientific nature. Therefore, it is extremely important to formulate the scientific and feasible method to evaluate the support performance scientifically. At the same time, due to the lack of onsite measured mine pressure data in the selection support of coal seam primary mining, only reasonable working resistance of the support can be calculated through theoretical analysis, but there is a certain discrepancy between theoretical analysis and actual engineering parameters, so more reasonable working resistance of the support can be determined through the measured mine pressure data for the working face of roof safety.
Domestic and foreign scholars have carried out extensive research in terms of support performance, service life of support, and support resistance selection. The mechanical model of “transfer rock beam” is established, and two working states of support to control the basic roof are proposed [11–14]. Some studies point out that the working resistance of the support has hyperbolic relation with the roof subsidence of working face [15–18]. Wang et al. [19] and Kong and Yang [20] analyzed that the working resistance of the support should meet the requirements of the coal wall. Some evaluation and analysis methods are also used in engineering evaluation [21–24], and it is used to predict and evaluate support life based on the mechanical structure damage [25, 26], and it is used to evaluate quantitatively the system performance to get the performance level [27, 28]. Du [29] adopted the fuzzy comprehensive analysis method to establish the evaluation model to deal with a series of fuzzy factors affecting the working condition of the support. Xu and Li [30] used the analytic hierarchy process to calculate the weight of the factors that affect the risk of water and mud inrush in karst tunnel and carried out risk assessment to effectively control the risk. Some scholars have proposed the method of support selection [31–34]. Wang et al. [31, 32] proposed a method of support resistance selection based on two control factors. Li et al. [33] determined the reasonable working resistance of the support in the fully mechanized face with large mining height based on the key layer theory.
Previous studies did not analyze the actual resistance performance of support and the total amount of roof subsidence. Support life is just studied by the mechanical fatigue without considering the condition of working face. The problem of whether the support can be continued to serve in the same coal seam under many factors is not solved. It is necessary to make a profound study to solve this problem. At the same time, when the support is determined to be unable to continue to serve for the next working face of the same coal seam after evaluation, the more reasonable working resistance of the support can be optimized based on the measured pressure data of dynamic pressure.
In the 31 coal seam of Gaotouyao coal mine, the multiple support is working in 103 working faces. As the resistance performance of multiple service support is declined and the roof subsidence is obvious, and the 105 working face of 31 coal seam will continue to be mined, the problem that judges whether multiple service support can be continued to use in the 105 working face needs to be solved. In this paper, the method for evaluating multiple service support and a new method for optimizing reasonable working resistance of the support are proposed. This study scientifically evaluates the support performance of multiple service support through multifactors to judge whether it can be continued to work, and optimizes the determined reasonable working resistance of the support through the theoretical analysis and calculation before the primary mining of 31 coal seam by the new method based on the measured mine pressure data. This study can greatly improve the safety of roof control in the working face.
2. Engineering Background
Gaotouyao coal mine’s 103 working face is the fourth working face of 31 coal seam. The average mining height is 4 m. 103 and 105 working faces adopt the strike longwall onetime fullheight mining method, and the roof management adopts the full caving method. Borehole histogram in 103 working face is shown in Figure 1.
The hydraulic support is of doublecolumn shield type with 174 sets in total. The initial support resistance of the support is 7913 kN, and the rated working resistance is 10500 kN. At present, the supports which have been used in three working faces for five years are used in 103 working face now. During the mining period of 103 working face, the opening rate of support safety valve is high during periodic pressure, and rib spalling and roof falling are obvious, as shown in Figure 2.
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According to the field investigation, it is found that most of the supports in 103 working face leak without maintaining pressure, and technicians have failed to repair the supports for many times. Based on the monitoring data, it is showed that the safety valve is opened in advance and the resistance loss rate is large. The multiple service support is urgent to confirm whether it can continue to be used in the 105 working face because 105 working is close to production. Due to the lack of mine pressure data in the primary mining of 31 coal seam, the reasonable working resistance of the support is calculated through theoretical analysis, but there is a certain difference between the theoretical analysis and the actual engineering parameters. With the increase of the service time of the support, the resistance performance of the support will be declined, and the relationship between the service time and the performance degradation of support may not be considered in the initial determination of the working resistance of this batch of supports; therefore, the rated working resistance F = 10500 kN may not be the best choice. It is necessary to redetermine the reasonable working resistance of the support.
3. Mine Pressure Monitoring
In order to master the working resistance of multiple service support and mine pressure of 103 working face, the mine pressure monitoring is mainly divided into two parts: one is to use the roof pressure monitoring substation to monitor the working resistance of the support, and the equipment is shown in Figure 3; the other is to carry out the macromonitoring of 103 working face, including the shrinkage of the left and right columns of the support, the opening of the safety valve, the mining height, the endface distance, rib spalling, roof falling, and support pitch angle.
3.1. Layout of Monitoring Stations
The layout of monitoring stations for working resistance of supports is of centralized type in different regions. Due to the serious leakage of many supports and the columns without maintaining pressure, 19 monitoring stations are selected as far as possible to meet the requirements of a centralized layout under the guidance of the support technicians. The layout of monitoring stations and onsite personnel monitoring are shown in Figure 4. The monitoring stations of movable column shrinkage are consistent with the monitoring station of support working resistance.
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The monitoring stations of working face mining height, endface distance, roof falling, rib spalling, and support pitch angle are arranged at one side of every 10 supports, a total of 17 monitoring stations.
3.2. Analysis of Working Resistance Characteristics of Support
The working resistance of 19 supports with 186 m advance and 233 coal cutting cycles in 103working face is statistically analyzed. Most of the working resistances of supports have shown obvious periodic change, as shown in Figure 5. Based on field observation and investigation, the following problems of multiple service supports are analyzed:(1)It is shown in Figures 5(a) and 5(b) that the support is difficultly repaired and the right column of 49# support can work with high resistance continuously, but the left column only maintains high resistance performance for several coal cutting cycles although the left column of 49# support was repaired by a technician on 181 m, 200 m, and 215 m and then shows continuous low resistance state. As a result, the working resistance does not reach the rated working resistance of the support, as shown in Figure 5(a).(2)It is shown in Figure 5(d) that the left and right columns of 64# support are still loaded unevenly although the columns keep pressure. The maximum pressure of the left column and the right column of 64# support is about 41 MPa and 32 MPa, respectively. As a result, the working resistance does not reach the rated working resistance of the support, as shown in Figure 5(c).(3)It is shown in Figures 5(a), 5(b), 5(e), and 5(f) that left or right columns of 49# and 118# supports do not maintain pressure and the working resistance of the support is continuously low. As a result, the working resistance of the supports is only 6000–7000 kN during periodic pressure.(4)Based on the field observation, the roof subsidence is obvious, and the support safety valve is opened frequently. It can be inferred that the reason for the low working resistance of some supports is not that the mine pressure is not intensive, but that the resistance performance of support is declined.
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3.3. Actual Rated Working Resistance of Support
According to the realtime monitoring resistance of 64# support, when the resistance of the support column does not reach the rated resistance, the safety valve is opened in advance. As shown in Figure 6, 64# left and right columns of the support reach their peak pressures, respectively, and the realtime pressure fluctuates, showing signs of liquid leakage. Combined with Figures 6 and 5(d), the opening pressure of the safety valve of the left and right columns of 64# support can be confirmed, that is, 40 MPa and 32 MPa, respectively. The advance opening of the safety valve results in the decrease of the rated working resistance of the support. The maximum working resistance of the support can be calculated by the above method, which is defined as the actual rated working resistance of support r_{i} ( is the support number).
The statistical results are shown in Table 1. The “/” in Table 1 indicates that the resistance loss rate cannot be confirmed because the column does not maintain pressure. The average actual rated working resistance, p' = 9300 kN, of the left and right columns maintaining the pressure of 14 supports can be calculated, which is about 12% lower than the rated working resistance.

3.4. Estimation of Actual Rated Resistance of All Supports in 103 Working Face
The actual rated working resistance of do not maintain pressure of 5 supports can be confirmed by the mean value of the resistance during periodic pressure of working face roof. It can be calculated by the following equation:where P_{5} is the actual rated working resistance of 5 supports (includes 49, 86, 90, 110, and 118# support); p_{i} (r = 49, 86, 90, 110 and 118) is the mean value of the resistance during periodic pressure of working face roof.
The actual rated working resistance of 5 supports is P_{5} 6734 kN. P_{19} is the actual rated working resistance of 19 supports of monitoring the mine pressure and can be calculated by the following equation:
The actual rated working resistance of 19 supports is P_{19} = 8624 kN. It is about 18% lower than the rated working resistance. The resistance loss rate of unmonitored supports will be higher, so the actual rated working resistance of all supports, P_{174}, in 103 working face must be at least 18% lower than the rated working resistance.
The range of available monitoring supports is 49#, 61∼68#, 84∼91#, 108∼120#, and 129#, and 19 monitoring supports are selected from 31 supports. The maintaining pressure of 14 supports accounts for 45.16% of 31 supports. The actual rated working resistance of all supports in 103 working face can be calculated as follows:where P_{174} = 7892.8∼8624 kN. It is about 18∼24.8% lower than the rated working resistance.
4. Multifactor Evaluation of Support Performance
4.1. Evaluation of Support Resistance Performance
The performance of the actual resistance of support can be reflected by the ratio of the mean resistance of support to the actual rated working resistance during periodic pressure. It is shown in Table 2 that as the resistance overrun rate of single support, 19 supports, and 174 supports is high during periodic pressure, the resistance performance of the support is insufficient. With the continuous advancement of the working face, the performance of supports will be further declined, and the mining of 105 working face needs to replace with new supports.

4.2. Theoretical Calculation of Roof Subsidence and Roof Control Evaluation
4.2.1. Calculation of the Total Amount of Roof Subsidence of Multiple Knife Coal Cutting under Periodic Pressure
The calculation of roof subsidence is based on the shrinkage of the support movable column. The shrinkage of the support movable column is the compression of the support movable column in the single cycle of coal cutting which can be calculated by the column length at the initial support minus the column length at the end support. The shrinkage of the support movable column is the result of basic roof rotation movement when roof compression and other factors are not considered, which is equal to the roof subsidence at the position of support column in the coal cutting cycle. During periodic pressure, the total amount of roof subsidence of multiple coal cutting cycles is related to the addition value of single cycle of roof subsidence. If the roof pressure is greater than the actual rated working resistance of the support, the shrinkage of the movable column of support will be increased continuously in each coal cutting cycle. During the roof periodic pressure, the distance between the support column and the basic roof fracture line is continuously reduced with the advancement of the working face and the support is moved forward. When the accumulated roof subsidence of the working face in the early stage of periodic pressure is converted to the accumulated roof subsidence of the current coal cutting cycle, it will be reduced. The roof subsidence of each coal cutting cycle in the whole roof periodic pressure should be monitored to be converted it into cumulative roof subsidence. It is defined that there are n coal cutting cycles in the roof periodic pressure, and the shrinkage of the movable column (roof subsidence) in each coal cutting cycle is h_{i}. When the periodic pressure comes to end, the distance between the support column and the basic roof fracture line is λ times of the single coal cutting distance.
The conversion coefficient of i coal cutting cycle to the roof subsidence of j coal cutting cycle is k_{ij}, (j > i), and it can be calculated as follows:
The conversion value of i coal cutting cycle to the roof subsidence of j coal cutting cycle is h_{ij}, and it can be calculated by the following equation:
At the end of j coal cutting cycle, the accumulated subsidence of the roof is h_{jm}, and it can be calculated by equation (6) As shown in Figure 7,
Six key supports (62#, 64#, 67#, 89#, 108#, and 120#) are analyzed emphatically, which refer to 3 supports with the maximum working resistance close to the rated working resistance (10500 kN) and 3 supports with the maximum working resistance close to the actual rated working resistance (9300 kN) of 14 maintaining pressure supports. It is calculated that the average roof subsidence of each knife coal cutting of the 6 key support positions is 65 mm. From the analysis of pressure data, it can be seen that j = 7, λ = 4, and h_{7m} can be calculated as 283 mm by equation (6).
4.2.2. Evaluation of Roof Control Effect
The roof control effect standard of 103 working face is shown in Table 3.

The effect level of roof controlled is “medium,” so the level of roof control needs to be improved. If the multiple service supports continue to be used in the 105 working face, the effect of roof control is still “medium” or even “poor.” It is necessary to replace the new supports to improve the level of roof control in the 105 working face.
4.3. Evaluation of Support System Performance of Supports by FAHP + EWM
Because the support system performance of support is affected by many mine fuzzy factors, it is necessary to quantify the fuzzy factors and get the quantitative evaluation value. FAHP and EWM are, respectively, fuzzy analytic hierarchy process and entropy weight method [35–38], which can be used to evaluate the performance of the support system and get quantitative value.
4.3.1. Establishing Factor Set
Factor set A is shown in Figure 8.
4.3.2. Calculation of Index Factor
For the evaluation of support performance, triangle fuzzy number is introduced, and the fuzzy set on the index domain is given. () which can be corresponded to X is the membership degree of X, and it can be expressed as follows:
4.3.3. Construction of Judgment Matrix
The effect of the lower level elements on the upper level elements is confirmed, that is, the weight value. The importance of factor B_{i} to factor B_{j} can be represented by b_{ij}, as is shown in Figure 9.
4.3.4. Weight Calculation and Consistency Test
The weight value of each index and the consistency of the judgment matrix can be calculated and checked by equations (8)–(12).(1)The judgment matrix can be normalized as follows: where is the elements of the normalized judgment matrix.(2)The eigenvector of the normalized judgment matrix can be calculated by the following equation: where is the eigenvector of the normalized judgment matrix.(3)The relative weight vector can be calculated by the following equation: where is the relative weight vector.(4)The eigenvalues of the normalized judgment matrix can be calculated by equation (11). The consistency index of the judgment matrix can be checked by equation (12):where λ_{max} is eigenvalues of the normalized judgment matrix, A is the judgment matrix, CI is the consistency index of the judgment matrix, and n is the order of the judgment matrix.
4.3.5. EWM Is Used to Modify Weight Value to Get Combination Weight Value
According to the theory of information entropy, the weight value of the index factor is modified, and information entropy can be simply written by the following equation:where S is the information entropy, p is the index factor coefficient, and f_{i} is the index factor membership value.
The relative entropy weight value of the index factor can be calculated by the following equation:where D_{ij} is the entropy weight value and W_{i} is the relative entropy weight value.
The combination weight value can be calculated by the following equation:where ω is the combination weight value.
4.3.6. Comprehensive Evaluation Results
Various parameters of index factors are shown in Table 4, and it can be quantified by the following equation to clearly show the support system performance of multiple service supports:where F is the evaluation value of support system performance of multiple service supports and F = 63.31

It is shown in Table 5 that fuzzy evaluation is divided into 5 grades. The support system performance of multiple service supports is evaluated as “general” and is close to “poor.” As the leading factor of overall performance evaluation, the evaluation score of the equipment factor criterion layer will be continued to decline with the continuous mining of 103 working face. As a result, the support system performance level will be reduced to “poor” or even “extremely poor,” so it is necessary to replace the new supports to improve the level of the support system performance in 105 working face.

5. Optimization of Reasonable Working Resistance of Support
The new method is used for determining the reasonable working resistance of support based on the measured pressure data of dynamic pressure. According to the statistics of the end resistance of support in sufficient coal cutting cycle of 103 working face, 5 kinds of working resistances of support during periodic pressure are obtained, and they include the rated working resistance of support, the actual rated working resistance of support, the mean resistance of support under periodic pressure, the mean partial resistance of support, and the mean upper resistance of support. According to the potential state equation [12], the roof subsidence under different working resistances can be calculated by the potential state equation, and the reasonable working resistance of support in 103 working face can be determined. Using the new method to determine the reasonable working resistance of support, it is necessary to ensure that the effect of roof control of the working face cannot be poor under the condition of using the existing support. The measured mine pressure in the working face must be a true reflection that the resistance of the support can resist the roof pressure of the working face. The roof control effect of 103 working face is “medium,” and the measured mine pressure can reflect the real roof pressure, so this method can be used to select the support of 103 working face.
5.1. Obtaining 5 Kinds of Working Resistances of Support
6 key supports are described in Section 4.2.1.(1)The rated working resistance of support is p = 10500 kN. The variance σ_{n} is 915 kN.(2)As described in Section 3.3, the actual rated working resistance of support is p′ = 9300 kN.(3)The mean resistance of 6 key supports under periodic pressure is = 9412 kN.(4)The mean partial resistance of 6 key supports can be calculated as follows: where is the mean partial resistance of 6 key supports; σ_{n} is the variance.(5)The mean upper resistance of 6 key supports can be calculated as follows: where is the mean upper resistance of 6 key supports.
5.2. Checking the Reasonable Resistance of Support in 103 Working Face
5.2.1. Calculation of Roof Subsidence under Different Working Resistances of Support
The roof subsidence of the working face can be quantitatively calculated by equation (20), according to the condition of limited deformation of support. The roof control position of the working face is shown in Figure 10 [12]:where p_{0} is the mean working resistance of support before periodic pressure, 5663 kN, and k is the roof state constant, kN.
Roof subsidence corresponding to the 5 resistances of support is pΔh_{1}, p'Δh_{2},Δh_{3}, Δh_{4}, and Δh_{5}, respectively.
When the basic roof is at the lowest position, the roof subsidence at the position of support column is Δh_{A}, and it can be calculated as follows:where h is the mining height, 4.0 m; M_{z} is the direct roof thickness, 6.0 m; c is the periodic pressure step, 15 m; K_{A} is the coefficient of direct roof crushing expansion, 1.3; and L_{K} is the average control distance of support column, 4.239 m.
As described in Section 5.1.1, the roof subsidence corresponding to the 5 resistances of support can be calculated by equations (20) and (21). The roof control level corresponding to 5 working resistances of support is shown in Table 6.

5.2.2. Overrun Ratio of End Resistance of Support at Periodic Pressure
The diagram of 5 kinds of working resistances of 6 key supports in 103 working face is shown in Figure 11. 5 kinds of working resistances are described in Section 5.1.1 and r is the curve of end resistance of support of coal cutting cycle.
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The ratio of the end resistance of 6 key supports of coal cutting cycle to exceed p, p', , , and is shown in Table 7. There are two statistical methods: one is the ratio A_{1} of the over limit value to the total cycles in advancing 180 m, and the other is the ratio A_{2} of the over limit value to the cycles of 12–14 periodic pressure in advance.

5.2.3. Comprehensive Check of Reasonable Working Resistance of Support in 103 Working Face
Combined with Tables 5 and 6, the reasonable working resistance of support in 103 working face can be checked:(1)rp: during the periodic pressure, the effect of roof control is “good,” and the value of A_{1}and A_{2} is small. When p is reduced to 0.984p = , the values of A_{1} and A_{2} are greatly increased, so r = p can be taken as a reasonable value, but it is in critical state.(2)rp', r, and r: during the periodic pressure, the value of A_{1} and A_{2} is large, so r = p', r, and r cannot be taken as a reasonable value.(3)r: during the periodic pressure, the effect of roof control is “good,” and the value of A_{1}and A_{2} is 0, so r can be taken as a reasonable value.(4)R = p and R = : R = 10500∼12157 kN can be taken as the reasonable working resistance of support in 103 working face.(5)According to the 4 years decline range of support resistance performance in 103 working face, if the working resistance of the new support is selected to the large value R = 12000 kN, it will be close to 10500 kN after 4 years, and the effect of roof control is “good,” and the value of A_{1} and A_{2} is small. The reasonable working resistance of the new support can be taken as R = 12000 kN.
5.3. Determination of Reasonable Working Resistance of Support in 105 Working Face of the 31 Coal Seam by Analogy Estimation Method
The new 105 working face and the 103 working face are belonged to the 31 coal seam, and their geological and mining conditions are similar. If the structural type of the new support is relatively unchanged, the analogy coefficient can be taken as 1, and the rated working resistance of the new support in 105 working face can be taken as R = 12000 kN.
6. Conclusions and Discussion
In this paper, the engineering problem of whether multiple service support needs to be replaced in 105 working face in the 3–1 coal seam is solved through the scientific evaluation of many factors. At the same time, a new method of determining the working resistance of support is proposed based on the measured data of dynamic pressure. The main conclusions are as follows:(1)It is found that the resistance performance of multiple service support is obviously declined because the safety valve is opened in advance. The resistance loss rate of multiple service support is relatively large.(2)The resistance performance of multiple service support has been declined by 18%∼24.8%, and the resistance of multiple service support is insufficient. The total amount of roof subsidence of multiple coal cutting during the periodic pressure is calculated as 283 mm and the grade is medium. The support system performance of multiple service support under the influence of many fuzzy factors is evaluated as 63.31 points and level close to “poor”. The multiple service supports cannot continue to be used in 105 working face.(3)The reasonable working resistance of support in 103 working face is optimized to F = 12000 kN by the new method based on dynamic pressure, and the reasonable working resistance of support in the new 105 working face is determined as F = 12000 kN.
Generally speaking, the paper establishes the support performance evaluation system. Based on the measured dynamic pressure data, a method to optimize the working resistance of support is proposed. Although the corresponding engineering problems have been solved, there are still some limitations and the necessity of further research:(1)Firstly, the paper evaluates the support performance mainly from the perspective of the support resistance performance, and the mechanical performance of the support also affects the support capacity to a great extent. Due to the complexity of the mechanical structure of the support, this paper does not study it. In the future, the mechanical damage factors should be considered to establish a comprehensive performance evaluation system.(2)Secondly, the prediction of support resistance performance decline analyzed in this paper only gives the approximate estimation from the perspective of statistics. The next step is to carry out the accurate analysis of support resistance performance decline prediction and give the corresponding prediction formula.
Data Availability
All the field measured data in this paper are measured in 103 working face of Gaotouyao coal mine of Huaneng Group. The datasets used or analysed during the current study are available from the corresponding author on reasonable request.
Conflicts of Interest
The authors declare no conflicts of interest.
Acknowledgments
This study was financially supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (no. 51974317), the Yue Qi Distinguished Scholar Project (800015Z1138), China University of Mining and Technology, Beijing, and the Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities (800015J6).
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