JMS, Vol. 49, No. 6, 2013
MODELING INDUCED DISLOCATION IN HOST ROCKS
I. V. Miletenko, N. A. Miletenko, and V. N. Odintsev
The authors offer a new approach to modeling mining-induced dislocation in rock mass based on the calculation of nonuniform stress state of rocks, probabilistic assessment of rock mass strength and the laws of the theory of percolation filtration.
Rock mass, contact fracture, induced dislocation, underground excavations, stress state, theory of percolation filtration, permeability
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PRESSURE DISTRIBUTION IN. A. HYDROCARBON-BEARING FORMATION BASED ON THE DAYLIGHT SURFACE MOVEMENT MEASUREMENTS
L. A. Nazarov, L. A. Nazarova, A. L. Karchevsky,
and N. A. Miroshnichenko
The article describes the procedure of estimating spatial distribution of pressure in a producing formation under mining by the land surface geodesy survey data. The numerical experiments show that one-valued resolvability of the inverse problem requires the land surface movement to be measured both in vertical and horizontal directions.
Rock mass, producing formation, pressure, inverse problem, geodesy data, movement, objective function
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NATURAL AND INDUCED SEISMIC ACTIVITY IN KUZBASS
D. V. Yakovlev, T. I. Lazarevich, and S. V. Tsirel’
Based on the plotted times of occurrence of seismic events, their timing within a work week and location of epicenters, it is illustrated that since the 1960s the seismicity in the Kuzbass territory has been a complicated natural and mining-induced phenomenon. Since the late 1980s, the natural and mining-induced seismicity has entered the second evolution stage, with clustering of low-energy seismic events and strong shallow earthquakes in the areas under heavy mining and, in the first instance, at deep open pit mines. The representative event of this kind is the magnitude 5.2 earthquake at the Bachatsky Open Pit Coal Mine on June 19, 2013. It has been found that the natural and induced seismic activity is associated with deep faults that weakly show themselves in the upper layer of the earth crust and appear in the local relief, which is an evidence of their live emergence onto the daylight surface due to the mining impact. The article proposes the comprehensive research program for the natural and mining-induced seismic activity in the Kuzbass area and the development of early identification of seismically active zones.
Seismic events, earthquakes, open pit mines, mining operations, curves of time of occurrence, deep faults, seismic station network, P-waves and S-waves, geodynamic monitoring
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MODELING TRIGGER EFFECTS IN FAULTING ZONES IN ROCKS
A. P. Bobryakov
The laboratory modeling of unsteady deformation at interface of a faulting zone, aimed at studying motions over rigid surfaces with an in-between interlayer of pre-stressed granular medium now exposed to trigger destressing, has shown that relationship of the force drop and displacement of rigid boundaries under the trigger destressing is linear. The slope of straight lines characterizes the resultant rigidity of the system and depends on the set of the input parameters: the spring simulating elasticity of fault surfaces; the granular medium simulating the faulting contact friction; the short-term friction drop trigger. It is found that soft loading takes much energy and results in lower force drop but higher displacements under destressing. The author illustrates that the destressing of the granular medium pre-set in the limit state is accompanied with displacement discontinuities at the rigid boundaries and partial drop of the shearing force.
Shear, trigger effects, soft loading, faults, friction, slipping
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HORIZONTAL STRESS COEFFICIENT OF RANDOM
DISCRETE ELEMENT PACKING
S. V. Klishin and O. A. Mikenina
The authors study numerically the stress–strain state of a discrete material under biaxial loading in the three-dimensional case. It is shown that the Drucker–Prager continuum relation is valid for the two-dimensional case at the early yielding stage.
Stress state, horizontal stress, continuum model, rock, continuum, granular material, numerical analysis, discrete element method
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CALCULATION PROCEDURE FOR PERMISSIBLE COAL PRODUCTION FACE OUTPUT BY GAS FACTOR
S. V. Slastunov, G. G. Karkashadze, K. S. Kolikov, and G. P. Ermak
The offered calculation procedure for the permissible output of a production face by gas factor is based on the equation of methane emission in the production face area from coal and roof and floor rocks. The model includes permeability and absorption of coal, porosity and thickness of coal seam, production face length, methane pressure and the operational safety-permitted methane concentration in the return ventilation air. The model implementation will help in validation of scheduled output of production faces in coal mines.
Coal, methane, methane content, pressure, absorption, mass transfer, permissible face output
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DEVELOPMENT OF CLASSIFICATION PROCEDURE FOR GAS-DYNAMIC EVENTS IN COAL MINES
A. F. Bulat, S. P. Mineev, A. M. Bryukhanov, and A. V. Nikiforov
The authors review the published material on gas-dynamic events in coal mines. The existing classifications of gas-dynamic events are analyzed and generalized, and principles of a classification procedure for gas-dynamic events are considered. The article presents the advisable classification to be used in Donbass coal mines to investigate accidents and the related events.
Gas-dynamic events, mining operations, coal mine, classification, event conditions, warning signs, characteristic
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17. Metodisheskie ukazaniya po klassifikatsii gazodinamichskikh yavlenii na ugol’nykh shakhtrakh (Instructional Guidelines of Classification of Gas-Dynamic Events in Coal Mines), Moscow: TSBNTI MUP SSSR, 1991.
18. Mineev, S.P., Rubinsky, A.A., and Prusova, A.A., Gas-Dynamic Events in Mines, Geotechnical Mechanics (In Ukrainian, 2002, issue 41.
19. Mineev, S.P., Bryukhanov, A.M., Rubinsky, A.A., Il’yashov, M.A., and Markin, V.A., Classification Methodology for Gas-Dynamic Events, Nauk. Visnik NGA Ukaini, 2003, issue 10.
20. Pravila vedeniya gornykh rabot na plastakh, sklonnykh k gazodinamichskim sobytiaym: SOU 10.1.00174088.011–2005 (Mining Rules for Gas-Dynamic Events-Hazardous Seams: SOU 10.1.00174088.011–2005), Kiev: Miugleprom Ukrainy, 2005.
SHALLOW GEOPHYSICAL EXPLORATION OF THE UPPER KAMA POTASH SALT DEPOSIT
I. A. Sanfriov, Yu. I. Stepanov, K. B. Fat’kin, I. Yu. Gerasimova,
and A. I. Nikiforova
The mining safety circuit based on geophysical research is described in the article in terms of the Upper Kama Potash Deposit, with exemplification of different stages of the geophysical survey design. The authors discuss options of integrated interpretation of seismic and electric exploration data aiming to locate and monitor hazardous natural and mining-induced processes in potassium-enclosing strata.
Elastic waves, electrical resistance, dissolving, replacement, dilution, monitoring
1. Gendzwill, D.J. and Stead, D. Rock mass characterization around Saskatchevan potash mine opening using geophysical techniques: a review, Canadian Geotechnical Journal, 1992, vol. 29, no. 4.
2. Novoselitsky, V.M., Sanfirov, I.À., Shcherbinina, G.P., and Yuzvak, V.P., Mining Safety of Upper Kama Potash Salt Deposit Based on Geological Research, Izv. Vuzov, Gorny Zh., 1995, no. 6.
3. Ukazaniya po zashchite rudnikov ot zatopleniya i okhrane podrabatyvaemykh ob’ektov v usloviyakh VKMKS (Instructions on Mine Protection from Flooding and Undermined Objects Safety in terms of UKPSD), Saint Petersburg, 2004.
4. Baryakh, A.A., Sanfirov, I.A., Eremina, N.A., et al., On the Effect of Reef Formations on the Structure of Sedimentary Cover Upper Levels, Dokl. Akad. Nauk, 1998, vol. 363, no. 3.
5. Sanfirov, I.A., Rudnichnye zadachi seismorazvedki MOGT (CDP Seismic Objectives in Mine), Ekaterinburg: UrO RAN, 1996.
6. Sanfirov, I.A. and Prigara, A.M., Use of Seismic Record Dynamic Characteristics for Specification of Rock Mass Strength Properties, Gornoe Ekho, 2002, no. 3(9).
7. Nikiforova, A.I., The Evaluation of Spatial Laws of Wave Field Trouble Distribution for Salt–Bearing Section Interval within the Reef Mass, Strategiya i protsessy osvoeniya georesursov: sb. nauch. tr. (Strategy and Processes of Georesources Exploration: Collection of Scientific Papers), Perm: GI UrO RAN, 2011.
8. Rutherford, S.R. and Williams, R.H., Amplitude-Versus-Offset Variations in Gas Sands, Geophysics, 1989, vol. 54, no. 6.
9. Gerasimova, I.Yu., Sanfirov, I.A., Fat’kin, K.B., and Belkin, V.V., Seismic Research of the Flooded Salt Mine, Proc. of 4th Saint Petersburg Int. Conf. & Ex., Saint Petersburg, 2010.
PARAMETERS OF METHANE CONDITION DURING PHASE TRANSITION AT THE OUTBURST-HAZARDOUS COAL SEAM EDGES
V. V. Dyrdin, V. G. Smirnov, and S. A. Shepeleva
The authors analyze phase equilibrium of gaseous methane and crystalline hydrate particles in coal pores, considering absorbed heat during phase transition. It is shown that the crystallohydrate–gaseous methane phase equilibrium in small pores can be nonsteady; i.e., on deviation from the phase equilibrium curve, the methane condition parameters change and, as a consequence, increase the deviation. Instantaneous dissociation of crystallohydrates induces rise of methane pressure, which intensifies outburst hazard and affects the outburst gas balance.
Underground mining, coal seams, gas-dynamic events, gas release, dissociation, phase transitions, gas hydrates
1. Makogon, Yu.F and Sarkis’yants, G.A., Preduprezhdenie obrazovaniya gidratov pri dobyche i transportirovke gaza (Preventing Hydrate Generation in Gas Recovery and Transfer), Moscow:
2. Shepeleva, S.A. and Dyrdin, V.V., Gas Emission under Coal and Gas Outbursts, Journal of Mining Science, 2011, vol. 47, no. 5, pp. 660–663.
3. Kikoin, I.K. (Ed.), Tablitsy fizicheskikh velichin: spravochnik (Tables of Physical Values: Reference Guide), Moscow: Atomizdat, 1976.
4. Khristianovich, S.A., Fragmentation Wave, Izv. AN SSSR, Otd. Tekh. Nauk, 1953, no. 12.
5. Shepeleva, S.A. and Dyrdin, V.V., Potential Participation of Methane Crystallohydrates in Coal and Gas Outbursting, Vest. Nauch. Tsentra Bezop. Rabot Ugol. Prom., 2010, no. 1.
6. Khodot, V.V., Vnezapnye vybrosy uglya i gaza (Coal and Gas Outbursts), Moscow:
7. Alekseev, A.D., Metan ugol’nykh plastov. Formy nakhozhdeniya i problem izvlecheniya (Coal Methane. Forms of Occurrence and Problems of Recovery), Dnepro[etrovsk: IGTM NANU, 2010.
MONITORING ROCK MASS TRANSFORMATION UNDER INDUCED MOVEMENTS
S. V. Usanov, V. V. Mel’nik, and A. L. Zamyatin
The article reports the underground mining-induced movement monitoring using a combination of geodesy survey and geophysical exploration methods in Vysokogorsky Iron Ore Mine where a geodynamic movement has occurred. The geodesy survey methods are the conventional observation of the daylight surface deformation and the spectral seismic profiling of changes in the undermined rock mass structure. The monitoring objective was to find spatial parameters of disintegrated rock zone, make recommendations on continuing mining operations in the displacement trough zone where protected objects are situated, and identify causes of the enclosing rock instability.
Rock strata movement, earth surface damage, geodynamic events, monitoring, deformations, geophysical methods, rock mass structure
1. Usanov, S.V., Building Development Safety Estimation Procedure for Ground Surface above Underground Mine Excavations, Gorn. Inform-Analit. Byull., 2011, Special issue no. 11.
2. Usanov, S.V., Konovalova, Yu.P., and Zheltysheva, O.D., Advanced Monitoring Technologies for Movement Processes, Gorny Zh., 2012, no. 1.
3. Usanov, S.V., Geodynamic Movement of Rock Mass and Large Mine Impact, Gorn. Inform-Analit. Byull., 2011, no. 11.
4. Pravila okhrany sooruzhenii i prirodnykh ob’ektov ot vrednogo vliyaniya podzemnykh vyrabotok na mestorozhdeniyakh rud chernykh metallov Urala i Kazakhstana (Regulations for Preservation of Buildings and Natural Bodies from Underground Ferrous Metal Ore Mining Impact in the Urals and Kazakhstan), Sverdlovsk: IGD Minmet SSSR, 1990.
5. Glikman, A.G., Fizika i praktika spektral’noi seismorazvedki (Physics and Practice of Spectral Profile Shooting). Available at: http://www.newgeophys.spb.ru/ru/book/index.shtmc.
6. Shemyakin, E.I., Kurlenya, M.V., Oparin, V.N., Reva, V.N., Glushikhin, F.P., and Rozenbaum, M.A., USSR Discovery no. 400. Byull. Izobret., 1992, no. 1.
TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF MICRODAMAGE ACCUMULATION IN GRANITE UNDER IMPACT FRACTURE
I. P. Shcherbakov, V. S. Kuksenko, and A. E. Chmel’
It has been not once noticed that origination and accumulation of fractures in rocks in the full scale and in laboratory specimens have much in common. The lab test data on rock specimen deformation and fracture are often used to interpret natural seismic events. Usually the laboratory tests are carried out at room temperature, whereas the temperature of rocks at the depth of origination of rock bursts and earthquakes can reach a few hundred degrees by Celsius. To assess the weight of this difference, the authors have obtained time series of acoustic emission impulses during origination of microcracks in granite specimens subjected to impact fracture at varied temperatures. The kinetics of damage accumulation and the cooperative effects differ greatly in the test temperature range from 20 to 600° Ñ.
Dynamic fracture, granite, acoustic emission, temperature dependence
1. Scholz, C.H., The Frequency-Magnitude Relation of Microfracturing in Rock and its Relation to Earthquakes, Bull. Seismic. Soc. Am., 1968, vol. 58, no. 1.
2. Zav’yalov, A.D. and Sobolev, G.A., Analogy in Precursors of Dynamic Events at Different Scales, Tectonophys., 1988, vol. 152, nos. 3–4.
3. Smirnov, V.B., Ponomarev, A.V., and Zav’yalov, A.D., The Structure of Acoustic Regime in Rocks Specimens and Seismic Process, Fizika Zemli, 1995, no. 1.
4. Amitrano, D., Variability in the Power-law Distributions of Rupture Events, Eur. Phys. J. Special Topics, 2012, vol. 205, no. 1.
5. Davidsen, J., Stanchits, S., and Dresen, G., Scaling and Universality in Rock Fracture, Phys. Rev. Lett., 2007, vol. 98.
6. Genshaft, Yu.S., The Earth is the Open–Cycle System: Geological and Geophysical Consequences, Fizika Zemli, 2009, no. 8.
7. Lei, X. and Satoh, T., Indicators of Critical Point Behavior Prior to Rock Failure Inferred from Pre-failure Gamage, Tectonophys., 2007, vol. 431, nos. 1–4.
8. Kuksenko, V., Tomilin, N., and Chmel’, A., The Rock Fracture Experiment with a Drive Control: A Spatial Aspect, Tectonophys., 2007, vol. 431.
9. Shcherbakov, I.P., Kuksenko, V.S., and Chmel’, A.Å., Acoustic Emission Accumulation Stage in Compression and Impact Rupture of Granite, Journal of Mining Science, 2012, vol. 48, no. 4, pp. 656–659.
10. Kuksenko, V.S., Diagnosis and Fracture of Large–Scale Objects, Fizika Tverdogo Tela, 2005, vol. 47, no. 5.
11. Kusunose, K., Lei, X., Nishizawa, O., and Satoh, T., Effect of Grain Size on Fractal Structure of Acoustic Emission Hypocenter Distribution in Granitic Rock, Phys. Earth Plan. Interiors, 1991, vol. 67, nos. 1–2.
MINERAL MINING TECHNOLOGY
SHOCK BLASTING OF ORE STOCKPILES BY LOW-DENSITY EXPLOSIVE CHARGES
A. B. Begalinov, E. T. Serdaliev, E. E. Iskakov, and D. B. Amanzholov
The authors offer a new approach to the actual scientific and technical task of enhacing efficiency of heap leaching of rebellious oxidized and complex gold-containing ore. The optimization of the leaching technology can be reached through the application of regular shaking and shattering of ore stockpiles by low-density explosive charges.
Heap leaching, low-density explosives, foamed polystyrene, shaking, permeability, colmatage
1. Zharkenov, M.I. and Serdaliev, E.T., Author’s Certificate no. 36313, Byull. Izobret., 2001, no. 0380.1.
2. Toktamysov, M.T., Zharkenov, M.I., and Satybaldin, O.B., Effektivnost’ vyshchelachivaniya otval’nykh i bednykh rud tsvetnykh i chernykh metallov Kazakhstana (Efficient Leaching of Dumped and Low-Grade Nonferrous and Ferrous Metal Ore in Kazakhstan), Alma-Ata, 1993.
3. Zharkenov, M.I. and Serdaliev, E.T., Low-Density Foamed Polystyrene-Based Explosives for Ore Stockpile Loosening during Heap Leaching, Vest. KazNU, 2003, no. 2.
4. Zharkenov, M.I., Urumov, T.T., Beketaev, E.B., and Ploshenko, T.P., Novaya tekhnologiya vzryvnykh rabot na kar’erakh na osnove primeneniya granulirovannogo penopolistirola v skvazhinnykh zaryadakh (New Open Pit Mine Blasting Technique Using Granular Foamed Polystyrene in Borehole Charges), Alma-Ata: KazNIINTI, 1987.
MODELING COAL DISCHARGE IN MECHANIZED STEEP AND THICK COAL MINING
S. V. Klishin, V. I. Klishin, and G. Yu. Opruk
The physical and analytical modeling of coal discharge in thick coal mining by sublevel caving involves the method when coal is discharged under grvaity on the powered support units and is proportioned-fed to a face conveyor placed between the support units. Based on the physical modeling, the authors put forward a mathematical model to study the gravity flow of granular material in three dimensional formulation using discrete elements.
Underground coal mining, technology, discharge, powered support, gravity flow, physical model, laboratory experiment, numerical model, discrete element method
1. Tomashevsky, L.P., Levochko, V.P., Borovikov, P.A., Blinov, Yu.S., Kuzin, G.S., and Kalugin, O.F., Development and Basis of Sublevel Coal Extraction Technology and the Powered Support–Roadway Unit Parameters, Sovershenstvovanie tekhnologii razrabotki krutykh plastov Kuzbassa: Sb. nauch.tr. (Improvement of Steep Coal Extraction in Kuzbass: Collection of Scientific Papers), Prokopevsk: KuzNIUI, 1974.
2. Tomashevsky, L.P., Tekhnologiya razrabotki krutykh narushennykh plastov Kuzbassa i napravleniya ee sovershenstvovaniya: obzor TSNIEIugol’ (Steep Damaged Kuzbass Coal Extyraction Technology and Its Improvement Trends: Review of the Central Research Institute for Power Engineering and Coal Industry), Moscow, 1978.
3. Dmitriev, S.N., Zapreev, S.I., Sen’ko, L.S., Krylov, V.F., and Tomashevsky, L.P., Osnovy tekhnologii razrabotki uglya s primeneniem gibkikh perekryrii (Basis of Coal Extraction Technology with Flexible Canopies), Moscow: Nedra, 1967.
4. Klishin, V.I., Kokoulin, D.I., Kubanychbek, B., and Klishin, S.V., RF patent no. 2399762, Byull. Izobret., 2010, no. 26.
5. Klishin V. I., Lekontsev, Yu.M., and Sazhin, P.V., RF patent no. 2394991, Byull. Izobret., 2010, no. 20.
6. Klishin, V.I., Fokin, Yu.S., Kokoulin, D.I., and Kubanychbek, B., Razrabotka moshchnykh plastov mekhanizirovannymi krepyami s reguliruemym vypuskom uglya (Thick Coal Mining with Powered Support with Adjustable Coal Discharge), Novosibirsk: Nauka, 2007.
7. Klishin, V.I., Vlasov, V.N., and Kubanychbek, B., Powered Support with Forced Top Coal Discharge, Gorn. Inform-Analit. Byull., 2003, no. 11.
8. Klishin, V.I., Fokin, Yu.S., and Kokoulin, D.I., Thick Methane Coal Extraction in the Concurrent Coal and Gas Mining, Int. Sci. Conf. Proc. Mining Science in the Republic of Kazakhstan—Resume and Prospects, vol. 68, Almaty, 2004.
9. Klishin, V.I. and Opruk, G.Yu., Calculation of Gas Release in the Face in Sublevel Mining with the Support–Roadway Units, Vestn. KuzGTU, 2012, no. 6.
10. Stanislaw Gajos, Tadeusz Lamot, and Marek Urbas, Experience and Practical Aspects of Utilizing a Shrinkage Method of Extraction at “Kazimierz–Juliusz” Coal Mine in Sosnowiec, Proc. 5th Int. Mining Forum on New Technologies in Underground Mining, Safety in Mines, Cracow–Szczyrk–Wieliczka, Poland, 2004.
11. Dubynin, N.G., Mechanics of the Discharge of Granular Media, Sovershenstvovanie tekhnologii razrbotki rudnykh mestorozhdenii podzemnym sposobom: Sb. tr. IGD SO AN SSSR (Improvement of Underground Ore Mining Technologies: Transactions of the Institute of Mining, SB USSR AS), N. A. Chinakal (Ed.), Moscow: Nedra, 1965.
12. Stazhevsky, S.B., Features of Flow of Broken Rock in Extraction of Ore with Sublevel Caving, Journal of Mining Science, 1996, vol. 32, no. 5, pp. 403–416.
13. Khan, G.N., Nonsymmetrical Failure of Rock Mass around a Void, Fiz. Mezomekh., 2008, vol. 11, no. 1.
14. Barykh, A.A., Rusin, E.P., Stazhevsky, S.B., Fedoseev, A.K., abd Khan, G.N., Stress–Strain State of Karst Areas, Journal of Mining Science, 2009, vol. 45, no. 6, pp. 517–524.
15. Hirshfeld, D. AND Rapaport D. C., Granular Flow from a Silo: Discrete-Particle Simulations in Three Dimensions, The European Physical Journal E, 2001, vol. 4, issue 2.
16. Klishin, S.V. and Klishin, V.I., Coal Extraction from Thick Flat and Steep Beds, Journal of Mining Science, 2010, vol. 46, no. 2, pp. 149–159.
MODELING AND OPTIMIZATION OF PREPARATORY WORK AND STOPING IN. A. COAL MINE PANEL
A. A. Ordin, A. M. Nikol’sky, and A. A. Metel’kov
The problem on optimization of the prepration and stoping process variables based on the maximum discounted net revenue for the period of panel mining in a coal mine has been formualted and numerically solved. The optimized data are presented for the fully-mechanized production face in coal bed no. 19 in Kostromovskaya Mine. The authors also offer a new production face preparation scheme and illustrate its efficiency in terms of Kostromovskaya Mine.
Optimization, production face length, production face output, fully-mechanized production face, mine, panel, pillar, preparatory work mining and stoping
1. Shchadov, M.I. (Ed.), Tipovye skhemy vskrytiya, podgotovki i otrabotki ugol’nykh plastov dlya shakht Rossisjoi Federatsii (Standard Opening-Up, Preparation and Extraction Schemes for Coal Mines in Russian Federation), Moscow: Fed. Agents. Energ., 2007.
2. Ruban, A.D., Zaburdyaev, V.S., and Kharchenko, A.V., Coal Bed Methane Drainage with Long Directional Boreholes, Journal of Mining Science, 2012, vol. 48, no. 3, pp. 436–439.
3. Ordin, A.A. and Metel’kov, A.A., Optimization of the Fully-Mechanized Stoping Face Length and Efficiency in a Coal Mine, Journal of Mining Science, 2013, vol. 49, no. 2, pp. 254–264.
4. Ordin, A.A., Zyryanov, S.A., Nikol’sky, A.M., et al., Basic Principles of Calculating the Fully-Mechanized Production Face Output by the Technology Factors in the Proza-3.0 Software
System, Proc. Int. Theory and Practice Conf. High Technologies in Mineral Mining and Utilization, Novokuznetsk, 2012.
5. Ordin, A.A. and Klishin, V.I., Profitable Output of an All-Round Mechanized Stope, Journal of Mining Science, 1996, vol. 32, no. 6, pp. 553–558.
6. Kodola, V.V. and Ordin, A.A., Technological Optimization of an Underground Work Area Design at the Operating Open Pit Mine Sibirginsky, Ugol’, 2000, no. 8.
7. Ordin, A.A. and Klishin, V.I., Otimizatsiya tekhnologicheskikh parametrov gornodobyvayushchikh predpriyatii na osnove lagovykh modelei (Lag Modeling-Based Optimization of Process Variables for Mines), Novosibirsk: Nauka, 2009.
8. Lipkovich, S.M., Osnovy proetirovaniya ugol’nykh shakht (Basis of Coal Mine Design), Moscow:
9. Kurnosov, A.M., Rozentreter, B.A., Ustinov, M.I., et al., Nauchnye osnovy proektirovaniya ugol;nykh shakht dlya razrabotki pologikh plastov (Scientific Design Basis for Underground Gently-Dipping Coal Mining), Moscow: Nauka, 1964.
10. Livshits, V.N., Optimizatsiya pri perspektivnom planirovanii i proektirovanii (Optimization in Long-Term Planning and Designing), Moscow: Ekonomika, 1984.
11. Kosov, V.V., Livshits, V.N., Shakhnazarov, A.G., et al., Metodicheskie rekomenddatsii po otsenke effektivnosti investitsionnykh proektov (Policy Advice on Investment Project Efficiency), Moscow: Ekonomika, 2000.
12. Ordin, A.A., Lekontsev, Yu.M., Sazhin, P.V., et al., RF patent no. 2472939, Byull. Izobet., 2013, no. 2.
MULTI-VARIABLE SELECTION OF THE MAIN MINE SHAFT LOCATION
M. Hudej, S. Vujic, M. Radosavlevic, and S. Ilic
Selecting the location of the main mine shaft is a demanding multi-criteria task. The solution does not depend only on identification of the potential location for the construction and the criteria conditions set for the selection, but also on the applied procedure in the analysis. Since there is no general scientific agreement on the selection of the most suitable quantitative method for the support to decision making for this type of analyses, the problem is becoming even more complex. In terms of the Velenje Mine shaft location, the authors describe the approach that can be an exit from this situation. The idea of an approach is not the selection of the most suitable decision making support method but a multi-model procedure where several multi-criteria methods are being used simultaneously. In case when the techniques do not yield the same order of alternatives, it is advised to generate the final order using the method of ponderation.
Main mine shaft, location selection, multi-criteria analysis, Velenje Coal Mine
1. Hudej, M., Multivariable Models of Control in Mining, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mining and Geology, Dr. Tech. Sci. Dissertation, 2013.
2. Bakhtavar, E., Shahriar, K., Oraee, K., Transition from Open-Pit to Underground as a New Optimization Challenge in Mining Engineering, Journal of Mining Science, Vol. 45, No. 5, 2009, pp. 485–494.
3. Zambo, J., Optimum Location of Mining Facilities for Safety and Economy, Budapest: Akademia
4. Strekachinsky, G.A., Teoriya i chislennye modeli vskrytiya mestorozhdenii (Theories and Numerical Models of Opening-Up a Deposit), Novosibirsk: Nauka, 1983.
5. Strekachinsky, G.A., Ordin, A.A., and Fedorin, V.A., Optimal’noe razmeshchenie transportnykh setei na poverkhnosti shakht (Optimized Deployment of the Surface Transport Network at Mines), Novosibirsk: Nauka, 1981.
6. Ordin, A.A., Numerical Analysis of the Minefield Opening-Up Techniques in Terms of the Usinskaya Mine-1 in the Pechora Coal Basin, PhD Eng. Dissertation, Novosibirsk: IGD SO AN SSSR, 1981.
7. Opricovic, S. and Gwo-Hshiung, T., Extended VIKOR Method in Comparison with Outranking Methods, European Journal of Operational Research, 2007, vol. 178, no. 2, pp. 514–529.
8. Ozf?rat M. K. A Fuzzy Method for Selecting Underground Coal Mining Method Considering Mechanization Criteria, Journal of Mining Science, 2012, vol. 48, no. 3, pp. 533–544.
9. Vujic, S., et al., A Location–Allocation Model of Mining Facilities Planning at Strategic Level, Proc.7th Int. Symp. Application of Mathematical Methods and Computers in Geology, Mining and Metallurgy, Sophia, Bulgaria, 1998, pp 5–12.
10. Vujic, S., A Comparative Multi-Criterion Analysis of Possible Technologies Used for Selective Mining, Conveyance and Dumping of Solum at Coal Open Pit Mines of the Electric Power Industry of Serbia, Annual of University of Mining and Geology “St. Ivan Rilski,” Part II: Mining and Mineral Processing, vol. 47, Sofia, Bulgaria, 2004, pp 197–200.
11. Vujic, S., Miljanovic, I., et al., Multiattributive Prediction of Terrain Stability above Underground Mining Operations, Yugoslav Journal of Operations Research, 2011, vol. 21, no. 2, pp. 275–291.
12. Vujoshevic, M., Optimization Methods in Management Engineering, Belgrade: Serbian Academy of Ingenerin Sciences & Faculty of Organizational Sciences University in Belgrade, 2012, p. 161.
STUDIES INTO THE PROCESS OF MINE WASTE DUMP FILLING UP BY VEGETATION USING REMOTE SENSING DATA
V. N. Oparin, V. P. Potapov, O. L. Giniyatullina, and E. L. Shchastlivtsev
The authors discuss the practice of assessment of mine waste dump surface condition by the remote sensing data. The biomass is defined based on the soil-adjusted vegetation index SAVI. The article presents details of determining zones of soil generation and filling up by vegetation in terms of the operating mine waste dump in Kuzbass.
Mine waste dumps, remote sensing, vegetation indexes, self-filling up by vegetation, land reclamation
1. Malakhov, S.Ì., Chrezvychainaya ekologicheskaya situatsiya v Kuzbasse—vozmozhnye puti
resheniya (Environmental Emergency in Kuzbass–Possible Ways of Solution), Kemerovo: Kuzbassvuzizdat, 1999.
2. Potapov, V.P., Mazikin, V.P., Schastlivtsev, Å.L., and Vashlaev, N.Yu., Geoekologiya ugledobyvayushchikh raionov Kuzbassa (Geoecology of Coal Mining Areas in Kuzbass), Novosibirsk: Nauka, 2005.
3. Androkhanov, V.À., Practical Solution of Disturbed Land Reclamation Problem on the Basis of Innovation Process, Gorn. Inform.-Analit. Byull., 2009, special issue OV 7.
4. De Jong, S.M. and van der Meer, F.D., Remote Sensing Image Analysis Including. The Spatial Domain, N. Y., Boston, Dordrecht, London, Moscow: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2004.
5. RF Federal Law on Environmental Protection of 10.01.2002, no. 7-FZ.
6. RF Law on Mineral Wealth of 21.02.1992, no. 2395–1.
7. Decree no. 1911-R of 12.10.2012, Alteration into Decree no. 671-r of 6.05.2008.
8. Oparin, V.N. (Ed.), Puti povysheniya effektivnosti i ekologicheskoi bezopasnosti otkrytoi dobychi tverdykh poleznykh iskopaemykh (Methods of Enhancement of Effectiveness and Ecological Safety of Solid Mineral Open Mining), Novosibirsk: SÎ RAN, 2010.
9. Manakov, Yu.À., Vascular Plants on Waste Dumps of Kedrovsky Coal Open-Pit Mine, Botan. Issled. Sib. Kazakhst., 1997, no. 3.
10. Manakov, Yu.À. and Kupriyanov, À.N., Diagnostic Criteria of Initial Stages of Succession on Kuzbass Waste Dumps, Gorn.Inform.-Analit. Byull., 2009, special issue ÎV 7.
11. Trofimov, S.S., Teplyakova, À.À., and Klevenskaya, I.L., System Approach to Study of Soil Formation Processes in Technogenic Landscapes, Pochvoobrazovanie v tekhnogennykh landshaftakh (Soil Formation in Techno-Geneous Landscapes), Novosibirsk: Nauka, 1979.
12. Androkhanov, V.À., Practical Solutions of Disturbed Land Reclamation Problem on the Basis of Innovation Process, Gorn.Inform.-Analit. Byull., 2008, special issue ÎV 7.
13. Lupyan, Å.À. and Savorsky, V.P., Basic Products of ERS Data Processing Sovr. Probl. Dist. Zondir. Zemli Kosm, 2012, vol. 9, no. 2.
14. Ris, U.G., Osnovy distantsionnogo zondirovaniya (Remote Sensing Basics), Ìoscow: Tekhnosfera, 2006.
15. Chandra, À.Ì. and Gosh, G.S., Distantsionnoe zondirovanie i geograficheskie informatsionnye sistemy (Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems), Ìoscow: Tekhnosfera, 2008.
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MINING AND SUBSOIL USE
PROBLEMS OF CONVERSION AND MULTIPURPOSE UTILIZATION OF SIBERIAN COAL
V. I. Cheskidov and G. D. Zaitsev
The article focuses on the issues of higher efficiency and competitiveness of the coal mining industry benefiting from advanced processing of coal. The Siberian reserves of coal ranked in a wide range allow heat energy and electric power generation, and the ample stock of coal products at a high added value.
Coal deposits in Siberia, coal conversion and multipurpose utilization
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ENHANCED NONFERROUS AND NOBLE METAL RECOVERY
IN SCHEELITE–SULFIDE ORE FLOTATION WITH AEROFLOT REAGENTS
L. A. Samatova, V. I. Ryaboi, and E. D. Shepeta
The flotation properties of new dialkyldithiophosphates (BTF-163, BTF-175) are compared with the standard basic Aeroflot reagent IMA-I413 and butyl xanthate during flotation of scheelite–sulfide ore. The selectivity of the test Aeroflot reagents in separation of chalcopyrite, magnetic pyrite, pyrite and arsenopyrite is illustrated in the article together with the option of enhanced extraction of copper and noble metals with the reduced arsenic content of the copper concentrate. The best results are obtained with BTF-163 that is recommended to industrial testing.
Scheelite–sulfide ore, chalcopyrite, arsenopyrite, gold, silver, flotation, selective collecting agents, xanthate, Aeroflot reagents
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PROSPECTS FOR ADVANCED PROCESSING OF SYNNYRITE
G. I. Khanturgaeva and V. G. Shiretorova
The article presents aluminum silicate potassium mineral—synnyrite, named after the Synnyr Ridge where this alkaline rock occurs—and composition and properties of the mineral. It is shown that synnyrite has complex composition, with the rock-forming minerals of potassic feldspar and kalsilite. The authors have developed the advanced processing flowsheet for synnyrite.
Synnyrite, potassium feldspar, kalsilite, nepheline, alumina, aluminum potassium sulphate, agglomeration, acid leaching
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7. Ponomarev, V.D., Sazhin, V.S., and Ni, L.P., Khimicheskii shchelochnoi sposob pererabotki alyumosilikatov (Chemical Alkali Treatment of Aluminum Silicates), Moscow: Metallurgiya, 1964.
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EFFECT OF ACCELERATED ELECTRONS ON ZEOLITE-CONTAINING ROCKS
OF THE EAST TRANSBAIKALIA
A. N. Khat’kova, V. I. Rostovtsev, K. K. Razmakhnin, and V. N. Emel’yanov
It has been found that accelerated electrons have great influence on strength properties of zeolite-containing rocks, and on their post-grinding grain-size composition and the degree of unlocking, which intensifies further processing. The authors illustrate potentiality of reducing the content of ferruginous admixture in zeolite products: from 3.14 to 0.36% for zeolite-containing rocks from Shivyrtuiskoe deposit and from 11.2 to 0.12% for chabasite-containing basaltic andesite from Talan-Gozagorskoe deposit.
Mineral raw material, East Transbaikalia zeolites, accelerated electron treatment, mineral unlocking, process efficiency
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DEARSENATION OF GOLD-BEARING ARSENOPYRITE ORE
IN SUPERHEATED WATER STEAM ATMOSPHERE
P. L. Paleev, A. N. Gulyashinov, and I. G. Antropova
Based on the theoretical analysis and experimental tests of dearsenation of gold-bearing arsenopyrite ore in water steam atmosphere, the authors show that during bakeout of arsenopyrite with pyrite in the superheated water steam atmosphere, it is possible to remove arsenic in the form of sulfides and unlock noble metals.
Gold-bearing arsenopyrite, pyrite, bakeout, superheated water steam, thermodynamic modeling, kinetics
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