inbreak

inbreak

(ˈɪnˌbreɪk)
n
a breaking in; invasion
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Meanwhile, it is positioned at triangle area of the stope roof arch, thus the tunnel roof cannot inbreak along with the mining face roof caving, and also a hanging arch is formed on the back of the work face, which becomes universally
When working face and nose move 4 coal cutters, namely, 3.2 m forward, the coals on top inside the setting roadway begin to inbreak. Meanwhile, the limestone on the upper roof gradually starts to collapse.
The station was able to sell ads on the inbreak and outbreak of the broadcast, White said.