Bokiy, Boris Vyacheslavovich

BOKIY, Boris Vyacheslavovich

BOKIY, Boris Vyacheslavovich (RU: Бокий, Борис Вячеславович) is the Soviet scientist in the field of the mining science, professor (1954), Honoured Scientist and Engineer of the Russian Federation (1959). After the graduation from the LGI (Leningrad Mining Institute) (1927), he worked within the Donets Basin (Donbas) region, during the 1929-43, he governed the design of the underground coal mines at the Ural mountains, within the Eastern Siberia, at the Far East of Russia, within Kazakhstan, and others. Since the 1930, he conducted the scientific-teaching work at the LGI (during the 1956-70, he was the Vice Rector for the scientific work). He has proposed the system for the development of the thick layers using the inclined layers with collapse.