1st Edition

Deep Mining Challenges
International Mining Forum 2009




ISBN 9780415804288
Published April 25, 2009 by CRC Press
234 Pages 60 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

The International Mining Forum is a recurring event, hosted by the University of Science and Technology in Cracow, Poland, bringing together an international group of scientists, including those working in rock mechanics and computer engineering as well as mining engineers. The topics are wide-ranging, including papers on remote sensing to assess primary impact; treatment of sealed-off coal mine fires; sustainable development in mine closure; and monitoring of natural hazards and safety issues.

Table of Contents

Preface

1.Structure and Technological Elements of Information System of Mine Based on the Control of a Condition of Rock Mass
Volodymyr I. Bondarenko, Volodymyr I. Buzylo, Vadym V. Fomichov

2. Methane Hazard Predictions in Underground Coal Mining
Marek Borowski, Nikodem Szlazak, Dariusz Obracaj

3. The Exploitation Depth and Bump Hazard in the Mines of the Upper Silesian Coal Basin
Miroslawa Bukowska

4. Possibility of Application of the Mechanized Coal Excavation in the Mines with Underground Exploitation in Republic of Serbia
Miodrag Denic, Zlatko Dragosavljevic, Slobodan Kokeric

5. The Influence of Heading Localization Depth on Their Stability
Stanislaw Duzy

6. Development Possibilities of Underground Coal Exploitation in Republic of Serbia
Zlatko Dragosavljevic, Miodrag Denic, Duško Ðukanovic

7. Actual State of Underground Coal Exploitation in Republic of Serbia
Zlatko Dragosavljevic, Duško Ðukanovic

8. Modernization of Technological Process of the Construction of Shaft Premises in Coal Mines of Serbia
Duško Ðukanovic, Miodrag Denic, Dušan Dragojevic

9. Potential of Underground Exploitation of the Existing Resources in RTB Bor
Branislav Mihajlovic, Arso Kljajevic, Negovan Aksic

10. Research Results on Possibilities for Development and Mining of "Borska Reka" Ore Body in Bor Ore Deposit
Zivorad Milicevic, Vitomir Milic, Igor Svrkota

11. Mining Productive Systems Organization for Optimal Ventilation and Air Supply
Miodrag Miljkovic, Predrag Golubovic

12. Determination of Depth of "Borska Reka" Copper Ore Deposit at Which Air Conditioning of Working Environment Must Be Performed
Miodrag Miljkovic, Predrag Golubovic, Dimca Jenic

13. Methodology for the Selection of Optimal Blastholes Length in Underground Mining
Radoje Pantovic, Živorad Milicevic, Saša Stojadinovic

14. Influence of Depth Mine Workings on the Pollution of Mine Water and Possibility Its Limitation
Irena Pluta

15. The Place and Historic Importance of the "Glogow Gleboki – Przemyslowy" Copper Orebody in the Strategy
of KGHM "Polska Miedz" Company
Piotr Saluga, Jerzy Kicki

16. The Prognosis of the Climatic Hazard for the Growing Depth of Underground Mining
Krzysztof Slota

17. An Assessment of Prospective Reserves for Underground Coal Gasification in Poland
Barbara Bialecka

18. Synthetic Stowing of Rockmass at Borehole Underground Coal Gasification (BUCG)
Volodymyr I. Bondarenko, Volodymyr S. Falshtynskiy, Roman O. Dychkovskiy

19. Decision Making System Based on GIS Technology for Supporting Machinery Maintenance
Justyna Górniak-Zimroz, Radoslaw Zimroz, Robert Król, Leszek Jurdziak

20. Method of Copper Deposit Mineralization Discrete Modelling With Use of Crystal Ball Application Based On Copper and Silver Grades Examples
Michal Kopacz

21. Valuation of Mineral Deposits in Junior Mining Companies
Krzysztof Kubacki, Arkadiusz Kustra

22. The Optimum Lifetime of a Polish Hard Coal Project Using Discounted Cash Flow Analysis
Piotr Saluga

23. Managing Net Working Capital at a Mining Company Operating As a Multi-Facility Enterprise
Maria Sierpinska, Arkadiusz Kustra, Lukasz Siodlak

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Editor(s)

Biography

Dr. eng. Jerzy KICKI – scientific worker of AGH-University of Science and Technology, Department of Underground Mining, Head of Department of Mineral Resources Acquisition in Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Mineral Economy and Energy.

Research interests: mining, geology, mineral resources economy, mineral deposit management and mineral resources acquisition.

Dr. eng. Eugeniusz J. SOBCZYK – scientific worker of Department of Mineral Resources Acquisition in Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Mineral Economy and Energy.

Research interests: mining, geology, mineral resources economy, mineral deposit management and mineral resources acquisition.