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JMS, Vol. 52, No. 4, 2016


S. V. Serdyukov, M. V. Kurlenya, A. V. Patutin, L. A. Rybalkin, and T. V. Shilova

Chinakal Institute of Mining, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Krasnyi pr. 54, Novosibirsk, 630091 Russia
e-mail: ss3032@yandex.ru

The article reports the data of a lab test of directional hydraulic fracturing carried out on a block made of organic glass. A fracture across a hole is created by means of additional shearing stress applied to the hole walls within the interval of the fracture. It is found that seismic emission under hydraulic fracturing appears after the fracture completion.

Rock mass, borehole, directional hydraulic fracturing, transverse fracture, seismic emission

DOI: 10.1134/S1062739116040998 

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L. A. Nazarova, L. A. Nazarov, and M. I. Protasov

Institute of Integrated Mineral DevelopmentIPKON, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Kryukovskii tupik 4, Moscow, 111020 Russia
e-mail: lanazarova@ngs.ru

The theoretically evaluated multi-disciplinary approach enables determination of stress state of a coalrock mass in the area of coal cutting using a package of geomechanical and geophysical information. The approach is based on successive solutions of two inverse problems in the framework of a geomechanical model: coal-bed tomography and assessment of horizontal components of external stress field. The numerical experiments demonstrate resolvability of the inverse problems given appropriate monitoring system ensures sufficient seismic coverage of a coal-bed in the domain of steep spatial gradients of elastic waves and the presence of regular composition in the frequency range of the order of hundreds of hertz in the sounding signal generated by a cutterloader and/or other coal-face work machinery.

Coalrock mass, 3D geomechanical model, stress field, tomography, inverse problem, objective function, finite element method

DOI: 10.1134/S1062739116041010 

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S. V. Lavrikov and A. F. Revuzhenko

Chinakal Institute of Mining, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Krasnyi pr. 54, Novosibirsk, 630091 Russia
e-mail: lvk64@mail.ru

The approach to numerical modeling of specimen loading considered by the authors using the discrete element method enables describing ability of rocks to accumulate and release elastic energy. The model specimen is a package of particles characterized by viscoelastic interaction with dry friction. The outer layer particles are connected by elastic springs. On the whole, the model specimen is an element of a medium capable of accumulating a part of energy of deformation in the form of internal self-balanced stresses. Numerical modeling of the specimen compression is performed, and the accumulated energy is assessed. It is shown that clusters form in the medium, and sliding along the boundaries of these clusters causes discontinuities in deformation curve. Also, the discontinuities are possible under stress relaxation after unitary dynamic effect on the specimen. There is a good agreement between the numerical and experimental results.

Geomaterial, self-balanced stresses, elastic energy accumulation and release, numerical modeling, discrete elements

DOI: 10.1134/S1062739116041022 

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V. N. Aptukov and V. Yu. Mitin

Perm State University,
ul. Bukireva 15, Perm, 614990 Russia
e-mail: aptukov@psu.ru
Ural Research and Development Institute of Halurgy,
ul. Sibirskaya 94, Perm, 614002 Russia

The scope of the studies embraces statistical and mechanical properties of surface of different kind crystals of salt rocks. Fractal dimension, hardness and elasticity moduli of such crystals are determined. The article gives estimates of fracture toughness and wettability of salt rock crystals as function of fractal dimension of the crystal surface microrelief.

Salt rock crystals, fractal dimension, nanoindentation, hardness, elasticity modulus, fracture toughness, wettability

DOI: 10.1134/S1062739116041034 

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I. V. Kolykhalov, P. A. Martynyuk, and E. N. Sher

Chinakal Institute of Mining, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Krasnyi pr. 54, Novosibirsk, 630091 Russia
e-mail: ikolykhalov@mail.ru

Under computational investigation is the process of sequential growth of hydrofractures under conditions of plane strain. The working fluid is perfect and viscous. The authors analyze influence exerted on parameters and trajectories of growing fractures by spacing of the fractures, external compression field, fluid flow rate, fluid viscosity and leakage flow rate.

Multiple-interval hydraulic fracturing, hydrofracture, rock pressure, fluid viscosity, leakage flow rate

DOI: 10.1134/S1062739116041058 

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A. V. Shadrin

Kemerovo State University,
ul. Krasnaya 6, Kemerovo, 650043, Russia
e-mail: ashadr1951@mail.ru

The process of crack propagation in the coal face area is considered as an informative sign of coal and gas outburst hazard. In the known condition of crack growth at a certain distance from a coal face, it is suggested to replace mechanical parameters by geophysical data through application of different evaluation approaches: actual stressesby spectralacoustic method relative to amplitudes of high-frequency and low-frequency components of acoustic signal generated by mining machines in coal face area; pore pressureby analysis of methane concentration in mine air in coal face area; strength of the most folded coal bedby measuring strength based on penetration depth of a steel cone. The author analyzes the influence of acoustic, strength and permeability and porosity properties of coal face area on limit value of geophysical pre-outburst crack propagation criterion.

Outburst hazard index, crack propagation criterion, spectralacoustic method, air-and-gas control equipment, stress state, coal strength characteristics, pore pressure, methane concentration

DOI: 10.1134/S106273911604107X

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18. Shadrin, A.V. and Degtyareva, M.V., Factors That Govern Crack Growth in Coal Beds, Vestn. Nauch. Tsentra Bezop. Rabot v Ugoln. Prom., 2013, no. 11, pp. 127132.
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V. V. Seredin and A. S. Khrulev

Perm State University,
ul. Bukireva 15, Perm, 614990 Russia
e-mail: nedra@nedra.perm.ru

Loading causes stress concentration around defects in rocks, which induces initiation and propagation of cracks. Physically, external loading shows itself in rocks as acoustic and electromagnetic emission, included infrared radiation. Experimentally, it is found that in specimens of geomaterials under uniaxial tension, temperature is minimum; under uniaxial compression, temperature grows; under triaxial stress, temperature is maximum. It has been succeeded to derive equations for temperature prediction in a material in the zone of main crack as function of failure load. The method to estimate stress state based on the data on infrared radiation in materials is developed.

Soil stress, critical crack, temperature, uniaxial compression and tension

DOI: 10.1134/S1062739116041081 

1. Seredin, V.V., Leibovich, L.O., Pushkareva, M.V., Kopylov, I.S., and Khrulev, A.S., Evolution of Fracture Surface Morphology in Rocks, J. Min. Sci., 2013, vol. 49, no. 3, pp. 409412.
2. Oparin, V.N., Usoltseva, O.M., Semenov, V.N., and Tsoi, P.A., Evolution of StressStrain State in Structured Rock Specimens under Uniaxial Loading, J. Min. Sci., 2013, vol. 49, no. 5, pp. 677690.
3. Bobryakov, A.P., StickSlip Mechanism in a Granular Medium, J. Min. Sci., 2010, vol. 46, no. 6, pp. 600605.
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5. Voznesensky, A.S., Ustinov, K.B., and Shkuratnik, V.L., Theoretical Model of Acoustic Emission under Mechanical Loading of Rocks in the Zone of Maximum Compaction, Prikl. Mekh. Tekhn. Fiz., 2006, vol. 47, no. 4, pp. 145152.
6. Voznesensky, A.S., Kutkin, Ya.O., Krasilov, M.N., Interrelation of the Acoustic Q-Factor and Strength in Limestone, J. Min. Sci., 2015, vol. 51, no. 1, pp. 2330.
7. Oparin, V.N., Yakovitskaya, G.E., Vostretsov, A.G., Seryakov, V.M., and Krivetsky, A.V., MechanicalElectromagnetic Transformations in Rocks on Failure, J. Min. Sci., 2013, vol. 49, no. 3, pp. 343356.
8. Seredin, V.V., Analyses of Temperature in Rocks in a Fracture Zone, Fund. Issled., 2014, nos. 912.
9. Sheinin, V.I., Levin, B.V., Motovilov, E.F., Morozov, A.A., and Favorov, A.V., Diagnostic Infrared Radiometry of Quick Periodic Changes of Stresses in Rocks, Fiz. Zemli, 2001, no. 4, pp. 2430.
10. Oparin, V.N., Kiryaeva, T.A., Gavrilov, V.Yu., Shutilov, R.A., Kovchavtsev, A.P., Tanaino, A.S., Efimov, V.P., Astrakhantsev, I.E., and Grenev, I.V., Interaction of Geomechanical and Physicochemical Processes in Kuzbass Coal, J. Min. Sci., 2014, vol. 50, no. 2, 191214.
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14. Kuksenko, V.S., Makhmudov, Kh.V., Mansurov, V.A., Sultanov, U., and Rustamova, M.Z., J. Min. Sci., 2009, 45: 355. DOI: 10.1007/s10913–009–0044–3.

P. N. Tambovtsev

Chinakal Institute of Mining, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Krasnyi pr. 54, Novosibirsk, 630091 Russia
e-mail: tambovskiyp@mail.ru
Novosibirsk State University of Architecture and ConstructionSIBSTRIN,
ul. Leningradskaya 113, Novosibirsk, 630008 Russia

Based on the experimental data on separation of stone blocks from rock mass, the author has developed an approximate analytical model to find energy input required to initiate main crack depending on mechanical properties of rocks, geometry of bench, diameter of drillholes and meterage drilled.

Rock mass, line of drillholes, plastic substance, tool, shock, crack, separation

DOI: 10.1134/S1062739116041093 

.1. Alekseenko, O.P., Designs of Hard Roof Fracturing with Plastic Fluid, Vzaimodeistvie mekhanizirovannykh krepei s bokovymi porodami (Powered Support and Sidewall Interaction, Novosibirsk: IGD SO RAN, 1987.
2. Chernov, O.I. and Kyu, N.G., Rupture of Natural Rocks by Fluids, J. Min. Sci., 1988, vol. 24, no. 6, pp. 560569.
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6. Tambovtsev, P.N., Experimental Investigation into the Impact Fluid Fracturing of Rock Blocks, J. Min. Sci., 2004, vol. 40, no. 3, pp. 265272.
7. Petreev, A.M. and Tambovtsev, P.N., Impact Loading of a Hard Rock via Plastic Substance in a Drill Hole, J. Min. Sci., 2006, vol. 42, no. 6, pp. 592599.
8. Kyu, N.G., Particular Issues Associated with Fluid Fracturing of Rocks by Plastic Materials, J. Min. Sci., 2011, vol. 47, no. 4, pp. 450459.
9. Tambovtsev, P.N., Physical Simulation of Stone Block Cutting under Impact Action on Plastic Substance in Drill Hole, J. Min. Sci., 2015, vol. 51, no. 1, pp. 7380.
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11. Karkashadze, G.G., Mekhanicheskoe razrushenie gornykh porod (Rock Disintegration), Moscow: MGGU, 2004.
12. Karasev, Yu.G. and Baka, N.T., Prirodnyi kamen, dobycha blochnogo i stenovogo kamnya: ucheb. posobie (Natural Stone, Dimension Stone and Masonry Block Production: Educational Aid), Saint-Petersburg: SPbGGU, 1997.


B. B. Danilov and B. N. Smolyanitsky

Chinakal Institute of Mining, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Krasnyi pr. 54, Novosibirsk, 630091 Russia
e-mail: bsmol@misd.ru

Under discussion is soil transport by negative pressure generated in horizontal rotating pipeline. Based on the relations between soil batch velocity, soil batch mass and diameter of the pipeline, the authors have developed procedure to determine the limit pipeline length. The rotary velocity of the pipeline is related with its diameter. Reliability of the proposed procedure results is experimentally proved.

Drilling, drillhole, pipeline, transport, soil batch, pressure differential

DOI: 10.1134/S1062739116041105 

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2. Smolyanitsky, B.N., Repin, A.A., Danilov, B.B., et al., Enhancing Efficiency and Useful Life of Pulse-Generating Machines for Hole Drilling in Rocks, Integratsionnye proekty SO RAN (Integration Projects of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences), Issue 43, Novosibirsk, SO RAN, 2013.
3. Malevich, I.P. and Matveev, A.I., Pnevmaticheskii transport sypuchikh stroitelnykh materialov (Air Conveying of Granular Construction Materials), Moscow: Stroiizdat, 1979.
4. Danilov, B.B. and Smolyanitsky, B.N., New Long Hole Horizontal Drilling Machine with Broken Soil Removal under Compressed Air, Stroit. Dorozh. Mash., 2013, no. 7, pp. 1722.
5. Danilov, B.B. and Smolyanitsky, B.N., RF patent 2344241, Byull. Izobret., 2009, no. 2.
6. Danilov, B.B. and Smolyanitsky, B.N., Concerted Operation of Pneumatic Percussion Tool and Air-Aided Chips Removal Line in Horizontal Hole Drilling Machines, J. Min. Sci., 2013, vol. 49, no. 3, pp. 459464.
7. Danilov, B.B. , Smolyanitsky, B.N., and Sher, E.N., Determination of Conditions for Compressed Air-Assisted Removal of Plastic Soil in Horizontal Pipeline in Drilling, J. Min. Sci., 2014, vol. 50, no. 3, pp. 484490.
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M. Radosavljević, S. Vujića, T. Boshevski, J. Prashtalo, and B. Jovanović

Mining Institute of Belgrade,
Batajnicki put 2, Zemun, 11080 Serbia
e-mail: slobodan.vujic@ribeograd.ac.rs
Rudproekt, Aleksandar Makedonski 9, Skopje, 1000 R. Macedonia

Coordination of heating energy sector performance and legal regulations and standards in the area of air protection from toxic substances involves opportunity analysis of limestone supply as limestone is used as deoxidant in the process of sulfur removal from smoke fuses. The problem of supplying heat power plants with limestone reduces to location identification, i.e. selection of an open pit mine offering the lowest cost of transportation. The authors present a single-phase local model for evaluation of decision-making in management of limestone supply to heat energy sector plants in Serbia.

Single-phase local model, supply management, limestone, heat power plant, open pit mine

DOI: 10.1134/S1062739116041117 

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3. Reay-Chen Wanga and Tien-Fu Liangb, Applying Possibilistic Linear Programming to Aggregate production Planning, Int. J. Production Economics, 2005, pp. 328341.
4. Stanojević, R., Optimization Macro-Economy Models, Velatra, Belgrade, 2001.
5. Case Study on the Possibility of Limestone Supplies for the Purpose of Smoke Gases Desulfurization at the Thermal Power Plant Kostolac, Thermal Power Plant Nikola Tesla And New Thermo-Energetic Facilities, Mining Institute And Tekon, Belgrade, 2014.
6. Vujić, S., Optimization MethodsApplication of Linear Programming in Open Pit Mining, Faculty of Mining and Geology, Belgrade, 1977.
7. Vujić, S., Miljanović, I., Kuzmanović, M., et al., The Deterministic and Fuzzy Linear Approach in Planning the Production of Mine System with Several Open Pits, Archives of Mining Sciences, 2011, vol. 56, no. 3, 2011, pp. 489497.
8. Vujić, S., Benović, T., Miljanović, et al., Fuzzy Linear Model of Production Optimization of Mining Systems with Multiple Entities, International Journal of Minerals, Metallurgy and Materials, 2011, vol. 18, no. 6, pp. 633637.

E. V. Freidina, A. A. Botvinnik, and A. N. Dvornikova

Chinakal Institute of Mining, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Krasnyi pr. 54, Novosibirsk, 630091 Russia
e-mail: albyna@misd.ru
Novosibirsk State University of Economics and Management,
ul. Kamenskaya 52, Novosibirsk, 630091 Russia

The presented geological and technical factors make it possible to differentiate coal reserves in South Yakutia based on their property of washability. The authors have constructed algorithm for processing of data of float-and-sink analysis and evaluated coal reserves differentiation criteria. The article describes model of optimization of concentrate yield and quality management and proposes matrix of composition of end products based on the market requirements.

Reserves differentiation, density composition model, washability category, concentrate, end product quality management

DOI: 10.1134/S1062739116041129 

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2. Sokolov, V.G., Krivye obogatimosti uglei (Coal Washability Curves), Moscow: Gosgortekhizdat, 1962.
3. Zemlyakov, B.A., Prognozirovanie kharakteristik obogatimosti uglei (Predicting Washability Characteristics of Coal), Moscow: Nedra, 1978.
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5. Freidina, E.V., Dvornikova, A.N., and Tretyakov, S.A., Structure and Models of the Computer-Aided Current Planning of Mining with Optimizing Batch Mixture Composition and Calculating Yield of Washed Product of Baking Coal, Voprosy sovershenstvovaniya gornykh rabot na shakhtakh i karerakh Sibiri (Improvement of Open Pit and Underground Mining in Siberia), Novosibirsk: IGD SO AN SSSR, 1990, pp. 121138.
6. Dvornikova, A.N. and Tretyakov, S.A., Methodical Basis for Estimation of Coal Washability for Formulating a Batch Mixture in Open Pit Mines, Osvoenie toplivno-energeticheskikh kompleksov vostochnykh raionov strany (Development of the Fuel-and-Energy Industry in the East of the Country), Novosibirsk: IGD SO AN SSSR, 1989, pp. 147159.
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8. Antipenko, L.A., Modern Technologies of Coal Preparation and Washing, Ugol, 2015, no. 12, pp. 6872.
9. Kotkin, A.M., Yampolsky, M.N., and Gerashchenko, K.D., Otsenka obogatimosti uglya i effektivnosti protsessov obogashcheniya (Evaluating Coal Washability and Washing Efficiency), Moscow: Nedra, 1982.
10. Kozlov, V.A., The Variation of the Concentration Ratio Output for Different Grain Size Classes of the Metallurgical Coal at Elginskoe Deposit, GIAB, 2011, no. 5.
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V. I. Cheskidov and V. K. Norri

Chinakal Institute of Mining, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Krasnyi pr. 54, Novosibirsk, 630091 Russia
e-mail: cheskid@misd.nsc.ru

The analytical results are given for application of stripping with direct dumping in open pit mines in Kuzbass. It is emphasized that this most productive and the least power-consuming technology loses its weight in the overall content of overburden stripping. The authors propose a method to determine rational boundaries for application area of stripping with direct dumping using slice re-excavation coefficient. The scope of the discussion comprises potential trends of the technology and use of draglines towards enhancement of open pit mining efficiency.

Open pit mine, stripping with direct dumping, dragline, application area

DOI: 10.1134/S1062739116041130 

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3. Trubetskoy, K.N., Krasnyansky, G.L., and Khronin, V.V., Proektirovanie karerov (Open Pit Mine Design), Moscow: AGN, 2001.
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7. Gvozdkova, T.N., Mining with Direct Dumping in a Series of Three Flat Dipping Beds with the Overall Thickness of Partings of 80 m in Sibirginsky Open Pit Mine, Vestn. KuzGTU, 2004, no. 3.
8. Nazarov, I.V., Numerical Modeling of Overburden Rehandling by Draglines, Vestn. BFU, 2013, no. 4.
9. Menshonok, P.P. and Cheskidov, V.I., Selection of a Mining Scheme for Gently Dipping Deposits at the Maximum Internal Dumping in Mined-Out Area, Proc. 2nd Int. Conf. on Open Pit Mining, Moscow, 1996.
10. Selyukov, V.O., Technological Significance of Internal Dumping in Open Pit Coal Mining in the Kemerovo Region, J. Min. Sci., 2015, vol. 51, no. 5, pp. 879887.
11. Kirillov, M.A., Improvement of Efficiency of Overburden Dumping by Blasting to Mined-Out-Area in Open Pit Coal Mining with Direct Dumping Technology, Cand. Tech. Sci. Dissertation, Irkutsk, 1999.
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A. M. Krasyuk, I. V. Lugin, E. L. Alferova, and L. A. Kiyanitsa

Chinakal Institute of Mining, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Krasnyi pr. 54, Novosibirsk, 630091 Russia
e-mail: krasuk@cn.ru

The authors inspect operation of ventilation system in a double-line subway tunnel. It is found that air flow rates required for tunnels and passenger stations differ greatly. For routine operation modes in subway tunnels, the authors evaluate longitudinal ventilation flow chart without station-to-station air chambers, which considerably decreases construction cost of subway ventilation infrastructure. Static pressure fluctuations on outside faces of trains that move in a tunnel in opposite directions are determined. For emergency operation modes of subway tunnel ventilation, under train fire in a tunnel, the authors evaluate a fore-and-aft chart of smoke removal. Toxic emission concentration due to smoke fumes on the way of a breakdown train evacuation is determined. It is proposed to install longitudinal screens in tunnels to ensure safe concentrations of carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide on either way from a breakdown train to a station.

Subway, tunnel ventilation, double-line tunnel, emergency operation mode, carbon dioxide concentration, longitudinal screen

DOI: 10.1134/S1062739116041154 

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A. A. Ordin, A. M. Timoshenko, A. A. Metelkov, and S. A. Kolenchuk

Chinakal Institute of Mining, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Krasnyi pr. 54, Novosibirsk, 630091 Russia
e-mail: ordin@misd.ru
VostNII Science Center,
ul. Institutskaya 3, Kemerovo, 650002 Russia
Giprougol Institute,
ul. Trikotazhnaya 41a, Novosibirsk, 630015 Russia

The authors have revealed analytical dependences for the length of a longwall and the background methane emission from a coal bed, mined-out void and wall rocks during a maintenance shift. The actual values of methane release in Kotinskaya Mine and methane concentration in a breakage heading of Kostromovskaya Mine, Belon, measured using air-and-gas control equipment are presented. The authors evaluate theoretical relationships for the cyclical behavior of methane release during a work shift in a production heading of a coal mine.

Mine, production heading, longwall length, methane emission, methane concentration, cyclical behavior

DOI: 10.1134/S1062739116041166 

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V. A. Chanturia, E. L. Chanturia, I. Zh. Bunin, M. V. Ryazantseva, E. V. Koporulina, A. L. Samusev, and N. E. Anashkina

Institute of Integrated Mineral DevelopmentIPKON, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Kryukovskii tupik 4, Moscow, 111020 Russia
e-mail: vchan@mail.ru

The article gives a report on integrated experimental research into targeted change of chemical and phase composition of surface and increase in contrast of physicochemical, electrical and electrochemical properties of tantalite, columbite and zircon under treatment by acid product of water electrolysisanolyte (pH < 5) and by muriatic solution (HCl, pH 33.5). The X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, high resolution spectroscopy and chemical and electrophysical techniques reveal the mechanism of structuralchemical surface transformation of tantalite, columbite, zircon and feldspar under leaching in acid solutions; this surface transformation mechanism consists in activation of dissolving of iron- and silicate-containing surface films and high-rate oxidation of iron atoms in surface layer of tantalite and columbite, with transition of Fe(II) to Fe(III) and surface destruction of zircon, with formation of oxygen-vacant defects of and type under influence of anolyte.

Tantalite, columbite, zircon, feldspar, quartz, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, microscopy, physicochemical and electric properties, anolyte and HCl solution treatment of minerals

DOI: 10.1134/S1062739116041190 

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V. A. Bocharov, V. A. Ignatkina, and A. A. Kayumov

National University of Science and TechnologyMISIS,
Leninskii pr. 4, Moscow, 119049 Russia
e-mail: woda@mail.ru

Monomineral and compound fractions, ore material and concentrates are used to study the effect of basic processing factors on mineral separation. The key criteria are determined to choose a method of selective extraction of minerals and their species in various cycles of a process flow chart. Such key criteria include: degree of activating effect of copper minerals on other sulfides; multifunction role of iron compounds; medium pH values; combination and concentration of depressing ions of modifying reagents; ratios of selective collectors in their combinations; scientific principles of flow chart designing; principles of concentration and recovery of minerals in different processes of dressing.

Minerals, sulfides, species, flotation, activation, depression, oxidation, flotation reagents, fractionating, concentrating, hydrophobic nature, hydrophilic nature, contrast, technology, model, flow chart

DOI: 10.1134/S1062739116041202 

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S. A. Kondratev, V. I. Rostovtsev, and I. I. Baksheeva

Chinakal Institute of Mining, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Krasnyi pr. 54, Novosibirsk, 630091 Russia
e-mail: kondr@misd.nsc.ru

The data of experimental research into mechanical properties of limestone, hornfels and sandstone cores after treatment by accelerated electrons show that the irradiation changes the strength and deformation characteristics of the tested rocks. In limestone and hornfels, uniaxial compression strength and elasticity modulus decrease, and ratio of P- and S- wave velocities changes; in sandstone tensile strength decreases, while uniaxial compression strength, P- and S-wave velocities and dynamic Youngs modulus grow. Modification of the minerals after accelerated electron irradiation opens ways of creating efficient energy-saving technologies for pre-treatment and processing of complex ores.

Mineral raw material, limestone, hornfels, sandstone, strength, deformation, acoustics, elastic waves, accelerated electron irradiation, ore pre-treatment

DOI: 10.1134/S1062739116041214 

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V. S. Rimkevich, A. P. Sorokin, and O. V. Churushova

Institute of Geology and Nature Management, Far East Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences,
per. Relochnyi 1, Blagoveshchensk, 675000 Russia
e-mail: igip@ascnet.ru
Amur Science Center, Far East Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences,
per. Relochnyi 1, Blagoveshchensk, 6750000 Russia
e-mail: amurnc@ascnet.ru

The research is aimed at revealing optimum physicochemical conditions for waste processing at coal-firing heat-power plants. The efficient technology has been developed for integrated extraction of amorphous silica, alumina, English red and other useful components.

Coal-firing power plant waste, physicochemical processing, integrated extraction, efficient technology, amorphous silica, alumina, useful components

DOI: 10.1134/S1062739116041226 

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V. P. Potapov, V. N. Oparin, E. L. Schastlivtsev, O. L. Giniyatullina, I. E. Kharlampenkov, and P. V. Sidorenko

Kemerovo Division, Institute of Computational Technologies,
Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences,
ul. Rukavishnikova 21, Kemerovo, 650025 Russia
e-mail: kembict@gmail.com
Chinakal Institute of Mining, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Krasnyi pr. 54, Novosibirsk, 630091 Russia
e-mail: oparin@misd.ncs.ru

The development of a new approach to a distributed information system for bio-diversity appraisal in mining regions, with the use of data storage technologies, cloud computing services and mental processing and analysis of multivariable data is in process. It is suggested to adhere to a cardinally new solution in such system engineering and to add the architecture of such system with NoSQL MongoDB and GeoNetwork components that essentially offload the geoinformation system when retrying special calculations and user requests.

Geoecological block formation, multi-layer system for geomechanical, geodynamic and ecological safety of Russia, distributed systems, bio-diversity appraisal, data storage, cloud-computing service, mining regions, Kuzbass

DOI: 10.1134/S1062739116041238 

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S. V. Serdyukov, T. V. Shilova, and A. N. Drobchik

Chinakal Institute of Mining, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences,
Krasnyi pr. 54, Novosibirsk, 630091 Russia
e-mail: ss3032@yandex.ru

The three-component polyurethane composition is developed to create impervious screens in rock mass by hydraulic fracturing technique. Formulas for working fluids and their injection charts are given. The article describes a lab test and the test data on polymer setting time versus activator concentration and on effect of the fluid composition on the permeability of a porous medium at the limited flow rate of reagent per unit area of the screen.

Rock mass, impervious screen, polymeric insulating composition, setting time, gas permeability, hydraulic fracturing

DOI: 10.1134/S106273911604125X

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