Horizon control technology for selective mining in underground coal mines

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Mots clés : Coal Mining;Mining methods;Underground mining;Thickness measuring methods;Neutron gamma radiation;Electromagnetic waves;Vibration
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Sommaire: The paper addresses the application of automated monitoring, control, and navigation to improve dragline performance. Summary Improving dragline performance in the Canadian coal mines is critical to the continued success of the industry. Draglines represent a large capital investment and coal prices are low by historic standards. This paper argues that the introduction of monitoring, control, and navigation on draglines offers an opportunity to significantly reduce a dragline's operating cost...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): J. Hansen
Mots clés: Dragline cruise control systems, Open pit mining, Equipment.
Numéro: 1040
Volume: 93
Année: 2000
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Sommaire: This paper reports on the development of selective
flocculation processes for the direct recovery of KCl values from low-grade
Canadian sylvinite and carnallite potash ores. Two reagent suites, consisting of
either a non-selective cationic or selective non-ionic flocculant, together with
the same selective anionic dispersant, were evaluated. Initial data from
component mineral behaviour investigations, reagent adsorption studies and
selective flocculation tests on a synthetic potash ore...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): C. Poole, S.A. Beeson
Mots clés: Mineral processing, Flocculation processes, Selective flocculation processes, Sylvinite, Carnallite potash, Potash.
Numéro: 1040
Volume: 93
Année: 2000
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Sommaire: The existence of quarries near or even within the boundaries of urban centres is the cause of many environmental problems,
despite their significant contribution to the cities’ development. Hence, the question arises as to how quarrying activities can be compromised within the spirit of sustainable development
in big cities. In the case of Athens, two dominant, though opposite opinions have been formed. The first argues that all quarries must be forced to suspend their activities as soon...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): D.C. Kaliampakos, A.G. Benardos
Mots clés: Quarrying, Sustainable development, Environmental issues
Numéro: 1040
Volume: 93
Année: 2000
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Sommaire: Mine-wide (MW) microseismic systems use widely spaced transducers to determine the source location and parameters of stronger microseismic events, while high frequency (HF) systems use fewer transducers to monitor local areas for the weaker events that can precede stronger events. Previous monitoring at the Creighton Mine indicated that an HF transducer located 120 m away from an active stope recorded two types of activity in response to production blasting: the first occurring at the same...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): S.D. Butt
Mots clés: Blasting, Kidd Creek Mine, Microseismic systems, Stress monitoring, Underground mining.
Numéro: 1040
Volume: 93
Année: 2000
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