2 edition of Computer simulation of materials handling in open pit mining found in the catalog.
Computer simulation of materials handling in open pit mining
Thomas J. O"Neil
Bibliography: leaves 74-76.
|Statement||by Thomas J. O"Neil and C. B. Manula. Special report of research conducted in Dept. of Mining, College of Mineral Industries, Pennsylvania State University, under the auspices of the Coal Research Board.|
|Series||Special research report no. SR-56|
|Contributions||Manula, C. B., joint author., Pennsylvania. State University. Dept. of Mining.|
|LC Classifications||TN1.A1 P45 no. 56|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 89 l.|
|Number of Pages||89|
|LC Control Number||75633385|
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Computer simulation of materials handling in open pit mining public Special Research Report SR This report undertakes to describe a truck haulage simulation model and how it may be applied to aid management in evaluating alternative pit haulage schemes and to reduce the risk involved in the selection and assignment of equipment in open-pit mining systems.
Previous computer programs simulating materials handling in open pit mines use a well-established model for the description of vehicle motion [2,3,4]. This deterministic model, assuming a constant acceleration, relies on a characterestic performance curve which relates vehicle speed with the propelling force (Rim pull) available at the drive by: 1.
In open pit mining material handling is a key factor determining the production capacity. Chuquicamata is now one of the largest operating open pit mines in the world with a depth of about one. An open pit production simulator (OPPS), implemented in MATLAB, based on a modified elliptical frustum is used to model the geometry of open pit layout expansion.
The simulator mimics the periodic expansion of the open pit layouts. The interaction of the open pit expansion model with the geological and economic block model returns the respective amount of ore, waste, stockpile materials Cited by: Material handling is one of the most important operations carried out in open pit mines.
According to previous studies, it accounts for approximately 50% of total operating costs. As a means of reducing the operating cost, it is important to allocate and dispatch the trucks efficiently.
Although optimizing the necessary number of trucks assigned to transportation and hauling is an important. This video demonstrates the benefits of using simulation in the mining industry. Benefits range from validating design, stakeholder communication, determinin. Cost analysis of material handling systems in open pit mining: Case study on an iron ore prefeasibility study.
The Engineering Economist: Vol. 62, No. 4, pp. 3 Mining simulation history Modelling and Simulation (M&S) in the mining industry has a notable history. Computer simulation has increased in popularity since the s, and a large amount of research has been conducted to make simulation reliable and prag-matic (King ).
The ﬁrst mining simulation was con. Volume 1 deals with the fundamental concepts involved in the planning and design of open pit mines. Subjects covered are mine planning, mining revenues and costs, orebody description, geometrical considerations, pit limits, production planning, mineral resources and ore reserves, responsible mining, rock blasting, rotary drilling, shovel loading, haulage trucks and machine availability and.
The mining simulation model becomes a virtual testing ground for testing the effects of new material handling systems or equipment to existing mining operations. Simulation ensures optimal plans for mining operations can be developed and the amount of equipment and materials used in an operation can be estimated to determine the operational cost.
The simulation results provide decision-makers with the insight needed to make difficult business decisions. Optimizing Mining Operations.
• Highwall/auger mining Open pit and open cast methods employ a conventional mining cycle of operations to extract minerals: rock breakage is usually accomplished by drilling and blasting for consolidated materials and by ripping or direct removal by excavators for unconsolidated soil and/or decomposed rock, followed by materials handling and.
A stochastic simulation framework for truck and shovel selection and sizing in open pit mines by S.R. Dindarloo*, M. Osanloo†, and S. Frimpong* Synopsis Material handling in open pit mining accounts for about 50% of production costs.
The selection and deployment of efficient, safe, and economic. In open-pit mining waste is transported to a disposal site, and the ore is transported to a downstream processing site.
This method commonly involves a sequence of benches from the surface to the deposit. As the open pit goes deeper into the ground, all of the benches above are extended outward. however, for large-scale open pit mining in particular, the \truck and loader" material movement practice is the preferred method of materials handling (Czaplicki, ; Ta et al., ).
Throughout this paper, we consider a \loader" to be any type of high productivity excavating equipment, which may include a mining loader, shovel or excavator. An interactive computer model of truck/shovel operations in an open-pit copper mine has been developed to aid in the design and evaluation of a computer-based truck dispatching system.
Interactive features include computer graphics and alphanumeric displays of on-going simulation results and a facility for user command entry. Today, most mining companies attempt even harder to find intelligent services to improve the key areas of their operations.
General operational tasks of topsoil removal in open-pit mines include drilling and blasting, ore and waste loading, hauling and dumping, and various auxiliary services.
Deterministic and stochastic simulation were combined to develop a computer model of an open pit mining system using bucket wheel excavators and related materials-handling equipment.
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In this project, mining simulator was developed using the AnyLogic mine modeling software to perform mining productivity improvement and optimize the load and haul operations of an open-pit mine. The model evaluates the ability of a given set of mobile fleet to achieve a target mine schedule.
Open Pit Mine Planning & Design, Volume 1 - Fundamentals Details Building on the success of its predecessor, this 3rd edition of Open Pit Mine Planning and Design has been both updated and extended, ensuring that it remains the most complete and authoritative account of modern open pit mining available.
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