1. Overburden definition is - to place an excessive burden on
2. How to use Overburden in a sentence.
3. Overburden definition, to load with too great a burden; overload: He was Overburdened with cares
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4. Overburden synonyms, Overburden pronunciation, Overburden translation, English dictionary definition of Overburden
5. Find 6 ways to say Overburden, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
6. Overburden removal is the most important operation in the system
7. When the haul distances are small (for example, 500 to 1,000 metres) and the Overburden material soft, a fleet of scrapers can load, haul, and dump the Overburden
8. Overburden pressure is the vertical stress imposed by the overlying formation at a reference point below the surface
9. • Overburden soil sampling and analysis to designate Overburden soils as contaminated soil or not; • Excavation sidewall and bottom soil sampling and analysis to verify that soil remediation levels are achieved (interim action goal achieved); • Settlement monitoring for the existing clarifier structure;
10. In the end, Overburden will be 57 minutes in length
11. Photovoltaic Overburden Additions on JM Guaranteed Roof System
12. 3 synonyms of Overburden from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 11 related words, definitions, and antonyms
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14. Overburden: to fill or load to excess.
15. Overburden Pressure: Overburden or lithostatic pressure is a term used in geology to denote the pressure imposed on a stratigraphic layer by the weight of overlying layers of material
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16. The Overburden depth at the test site is about 600 ft
17. 9.24 shows the detailed Overburden geology at the test site, which has been interpreted by correlating a test site gamma log and a nearby core hole
18. Clearly, the Overburden geology is a typical Pittsburgh seam geology and is highlighted by many strong and weak rock interfaces, which have been demonstrated to have major influences on
19. This would get more complicated with the presence of geologically complex Overburden interval, such as gas clouds, lithologically-varied shallow channels and salt diapirism , just to name a few
20. Working in areas of complex Overburdens is not new to seismic exploration.
21. Income and Rent Overburden in Redmond
22. Households who pay more than thirty percent of their gross income are considered to be Rent Overburdened.
23. ‘Overburden’ of an easement is a common source of dispute, but the concept itself — as with many other aspects of easement law — is more complex than it seems at first glance
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24. Overburden pressure, also called lithostatic pressure, confining pressure or vertical stress, is the pressure or stress imposed on a layer of soil or rock by the weight of overlying material.
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25. ‘The Overburden comprises sands and shales with thin coal interbeds, which passes upwards into sandstones and shales without coals.’ ‘In-situ methods make more economic sense for deposits covered by more than 75 m of Overburden.’
26. Overburden at a coal mine in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales, was stored in a flat-topped artificial mound with 14-degree side slopes
27. Overburden pressurecan increased because of various loading types.These loading types are as follows,stress caused by point load, line load, uniformly loaded circular area, rectangular loaded area and strip loading
28. The above Overburden pressurecan be analyzed using various methods.
29. The concept of municipal Overburden refers to the relationship between municipalities' educational funding and the fiscal stress generated by their heavy expenditures on both educational and noneducational services
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30. The authors examine three aspects of the problem of municlpal Overburden
31. First, in a literature review, they discuss the measurement of fiscal stress and municipal Overburden
32. Nowhere is this change captured better than in Aaron Brown s book Overburden
33. Overburden definition: to load with excessive weight, work, etc Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
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35. What does Overburden mean? Information and translations of Overburden in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
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36. Dictionary entry overview: What does Overburden mean? • Overburden (noun) The noun Overburden has 2 senses:
37. An excessive burden Familiarity information: Overburden used as a noun is rare
38. • Overburden (verb) The verb Overburden has 2 senses:
39. See authoritative translations of Overburden in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
40. • The Overburden is the rock that lies on top of a fossil • The strata of rock that overlie the stratum of interest in drilling A further 6 definitions can be found on Encyclo
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41. We found one answer for the crossword clue Overburden.
42. When you give someone too much to carry, you Overburden them
43. Don't Overburden yourself with too much gear in your hiking backpack, or you'll never make it up the mountain!
44. This is defined as effective Overburden pressure and otherwise will be
45. Overburden - burden with too much work or responsibility
46. Overburden - load with excessive weight.
47. The soil borings were converted to temporary piezometers to obtain groundwater samples and to evaluate the connection of the Overburden with the bedrock during the bedrock injections
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48. The piezometers confirmed that the Overburden was contributing to the impacts identified in the bedrock monitoring wells.
49. The Overburden structure after roof blasting was applied is shown in Figure 1
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51. 1 synonym for Overburden: overload
52. What are synonyms for Overburden?
53. Overburden means the earth and other minerals which overlie the ore and which must be removed to gain access to the ore body.Re-vegetation means provision of either a diverse vegetation, native to the area, capable of self-regeneration at least equal in permanence to the natural vegetation or an agricultural or silvicultural crop suitable to
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54. Overburden drilling including casing shoes, dual rotary shoes, diverters, split wipers, and more
55. The Overburden fracture angle and roof breaking interval control the Overburden collapse, and the obtained Overburden separation rate distribution provides theoretical guidance for …
56. Muri, or Overburden, means that operators or machines are pushed through their natural limits, which leads to problems (Liker, 2004)
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57. Calculate Overburden Type in inches and feet of your project and calculate the estimated amount of Soil & Dirt in cubic yards, cubic feet and Tons, that your need for your project
58. The Density of Overburden: 2,410 lb/yd³ or 1.21 t/yd³ or 0.8 yd³/t
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59. Overburden somebody/something (with something) to give somebody/something more work, worry, etc
60. He did not appear to be Overburdened with guilt
overburden (verb) · overburdens (third person present) · overburdened (past tense) · overburdened (past participle) · overburdening (present participle)
overburden (noun) · overburdens (plural noun)
Overburden may also be used as a term to describe all soil and ancillary material above the bedrock horizon in a given area. By analogy, overburden is also used to describe the soil and other material that lies above a specific geologic feature, such as a buried astrobleme, or above an unexcavated site of archeological interest.
Define overburdening. overburdening synonyms, overburdening pronunciation, overburdening translation, English dictionary definition of overburdening. tr.v. o·ver·bur·dened , o·ver·bur·den·ing , o·ver·bur·dens 1. To burden with too much weight; overload. 2. To subject to an excessive burden or strain;...
Jump to navigation Jump to search. Overburden at a coal mining site. In mining, overburden (also called waste or spoil) is the material that lies above an area that lends itself to economical exploitation, such as the rock, soil, and ecosystem that lies above a coal seam or ore body.
o·ver·bur·den 1. To burden with too much weight; overload. 2. To subject to an excessive burden or strain; overtax.