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By American Institute Of Steel Construction (Aisc), Structural Steel Educational Council

This six-part handbook helps the 2005 AISC Seismic Provisions. It contains sections on normal layout concerns; layout of structures using R = three (braced and second frames); layout of braced-frame structures using R > three; layout of second body platforms using R > three; and layout of different structures using R > three.

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3 Coal formation and coal distribution in the Earth's crust As we have found, the long period of time and the large number and va­ riety of the geochemical and geological conditions relating to formation and transformation in the inorganic sphere, even in the case of one and the 31 2. The Position of Coal among the Mineral Raw Materials same raw material, are largely decisive for the circumstances described in the last section. The totally different distribution of organogenic carbon and thus of the coal deposits in the earth's crust are largely attributable to t h i s .

4 Quantitative Comparisons on the Occurrence of Coal directly comparable with the actually recoverable quantities. We shall re­ turn to the question of reduction for other reasons and corresponding de­ ductions separately. Finally, it should be pointed out that Fig. 5 and Fig. 2 are to be viewed in terms of quality and are by no means accurately to scale. However, quanti­ tative discussion follows in the next section. 1 Sediments as host While the entire earth's crust that is accessible for mining forms the host rock for the deposits of raw materials of inorganic origin, coal occurs only in sedimentary rocks and then only in a part of them.

Apart from the large-scale tectonics, thus it is also possible to distinguish separate small- scale tectonics. In the case of geological surveys covering large areas these are scarcely capable of being covered. They are, however, of particu­ larly great significance for extraction as they frequently set limits to mining activities. A further major factor in geotechnical attractiveness (bonitat) is depth. It is upon depth that the extent of the rock pressure and heat are primarily de­ pendent and these can form limits that cannot be exceeded by mining.

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