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A shot that dissipates the explosive force by blowing out the stemming instead of breaking down the coal. It may be caused by insufficient stemming, overcharging with explosive, or a burden that is too much for the charge to dislodge. See also: [[gun]]; [[blow]]. Syn: <A ref="gogo/dmmrt176.html#d3689">cannon shot; gunned shot. <I>Nelson </I>
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A shot that dissipates the explosive force by blowing out the stemming instead of breaking down the coal. It may be caused by insufficient stemming, overcharging with explosive, or a burden that is too much for the charge to dislodge. See also: [[gun]]; [[blow]]. Syn: [[cannon shot]]; [[gunned shot]]. <I>Nelson </I>
  
 
Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms
 
Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms
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Latest revision as of 13:03, 29 June 2021

A shot that dissipates the explosive force by blowing out the stemming instead of breaking down the coal. It may be caused by insufficient stemming, overcharging with explosive, or a burden that is too much for the charge to dislodge. See also: gun; blow. Syn: cannon shot; gunned shot. Nelson

Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms


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