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Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): H.T. JOHN
Mots clés: Open-pit mining, Cut-off grades, Modelling, Cash flows, Mine planning, Costs, Metal price.
Numéro: 879
Volume: 78
Année: 1985
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Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): T.S. GOLOSINSKI
Mots clés: Open-pit mining, Bucket-wheel excavators, Conveyor belts, Coal mining, Draglines, Shovels, Stackers, Sidecasting, U.S.S.R., Hungary.
Numéro: 879
Volume: 78
Année: 1985
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Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): R. CHENIER, J. McMANUS, J. CURRIE
Mots clés: Open-pit mining, Blasting, Slope stability, Blasthole drilling, Valley Mine.
Numéro: 879
Volume: 78
Année: 1985
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Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): KATHRYN E. MOORE, FRED A. CURTIS
Mots clés: Industrial minerals, Bibliographies, Environmental management, Pits, Quarries.
Numéro: 879
Volume: 78
Année: 1985
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Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): BO R. ARVIDSON
Mots clés: Mineral sciences, Mineral processing, Magnetic roll separators, Magnets, Coarse particle applications, Fine particle applications.
Numéro: 879
Volume: 78
Année: 1985
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Sommaire: Short-term mine planning of open pits is an activity that has historically been carried out by hand. Typically, the use of computers has played little part in this type of mine planning. This paper describes the objectives and the procedures involved in short-term mine planning, comments on the type of computer systems available, and describes in detail a computer-aided short-term planning and scheduling system known as STEPS.
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): PETER J. FRANKLIN
Mots clés: Open-pit mining, Mine planning, Computer systems, STEPS, Scheduling, Optimization.
Numéro: 879
Volume: 78
Année: 1985
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Sommaire: A computer model has been developed for evaluating the performance of truck and shovel operations in an open-pit mine. The data required for describing the haulage network are simplified and shift startup and ending procedures specific to any given mine can be incorporated into the model readily. The model uses a FORTRAN-based simulation language SLAM and can be tailored to the conditions and practices of a particular mine.
The model is used to analyze truck and shovel operations, evaluate...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): J.H. TU, V.J. HUCKA
Mots clés: Open-pit mining, Haulage system, Trucks, Shovels, Computers, Dispatching, Simulation.
Numéro: 879
Volume: 78
Année: 1985
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