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1st Edition

Scientific and Practical Studies of Raw Material Issues

ISBN 9780367861537
Published November 25, 2019 by CRC Press
290 Pages

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Book Description

Scientific and practical studies of raw material issues presents the contribution to the Russian-German raw materials forum. The main theme of the book is problematic issues of subsoil use, whereby the contributions are divided in two main parts:

- Exploration, mining and processing, and
- Mining services

Paying much attention to complex processes in the mining industry, Scientific and practical studies of raw material issues will be of interest to academics and professional involved or interested in Mining Engineering and Earth Sciences.

Table of Contents

Table of contents

Preface ix

Organizers xi

Mining exploration, mining and processing

Chemical composition and genesis of serpentinite group minerals in nickeliferous weathering crust of the Elov deposit (Urals) 3
E. Nikolaeva, I. Talovina, V. Nikiforova & G. Heide

Dependence between the parameters of storage of artificial soils from their specific properties 11
V.N. Kondakova & G.B. Pospekhov

Petroleum prospects of the Middle Paleozoic sequences in the southern part of the Viluyui syneclise 18
G. Cherdancev

The problems of cryolithozone mining in Yakutia in conditions of global warming 25
A.A. Pomortseva & O.A. Pomortsev

Innovations in mechanical rock excavation at TU Bergakademie Freiberg 34
B. Grafe, T. Shepel & C. Drebenstedt

Technological scheme of development flooded fields of sands 46
D. Dzyurich & V. Ivanov

The assessment of the roof beam stability in mining workings 53
M. Vilner, T.T. Nguen & P. Korchak

Modern mine survey techniques in the process of mining operations in open pit mines (quarries) 58
A. Blishchenko

Output prediction of Semi Mobile In Pit Crushing and Conveying Systems (SMIPPC) 63
R. Ritter & C. Drebenstedt

Arrangements for increase the efficiency of mining operations on the deep ore mines 71
A.V. Kholmskiy & D.V. Sidorov

Influence of technological factors on the formation of spontaneous combustion centers in underground mining 75
D.D. Golubev

Evaluation problem of harmful effects in mining works during construction of subway escalator tunnels with the help of soils freezing method 82
D. Mukminova & E. Volohov

Optimization of gas pipeline operation modes considering the condition of gas compressor
units 91
A.V. Kokorin & A.M. Schipachev

Studies of mixing high viscosity petroleum and pyrolysis resin to improve quality indicators 97
R. Sultanbekov & M. Nazarova

The use of secondary polymers to ensure environmental safety storage of mineral waste oredressing and processing enterprise in the Southern Urals 103
D. Babenko

Studying the possibility of improving the properties of environmentally friendly diesel fuels 108
A. Eremeeva, N. Kondrasheva & K. Nelkenbaum

Environmental technologies in the production of metallurgical silicon 114
M. Glazev & V. Bazhin

Challenges in processing copper ores containing sulfosalts 120
A. Kobylyanski, V. Zhukova, G. Petrov & A. Boduen

Mining services

Use of brown coal ash for the amelioration of dump soils 129
C. Drebenstedt

Engineering and ecological survey of oil-contaminated soils in industrial areas and efficient way to reduce the negative impact 135
M.V. Bykova & M.A. Pashkevich

Landscape geochemical consequences of ore mining 143
V.A. Alekseenko, N.V. Shvydkaya & A.V. Puzanov

Reduction of nitrous gases from blast fumes in underground mines using water based absorbency solutions 148
A. Hutwalker, T. Plett & O. Langefeld

Geoecological justification of reclamation of outer coal waste piles 157
A. Mukhina

Disinfection of waste waters of industrial enterprises by vibroacoustic method 165
G. Fedorov, Y. Agafonov & C. Drebenstedt

Mining 4.0 in developing countries 171
J.C. Bongaerts

Risk management and its contribution to sustainable development of mining enterprises 182
D. Ivanova

Holistik responsible mining approach 191
C. Drebenstedt

Modern condition and prospects for the development of forest infrastructure to improve the economy of nature management 200
A.A. Kitcenko, V.F. Kovyazin & A.Y. Romanchikov

Responsible mining 205
O. Langefeld & A. Binder

Legal issues of the use of digital technology in mining - data ownership and liability 213
M. Paschke

Optimization model for long-term cement quarry production scheduling 219
T. Vu & C. Drebenstedt

The application of MPC to improve the efficiency of an AC electric drive vector control 232
S. Erokhov

Features of the walking mechanism of a floating platform autonomous modular complex for the extraction and processing of peat raw materials 239
D. Fadeev & S. Ivanov

Simulation of combined power system with storage device 244
B. Garipov & D. Ustinov

Arc steel-making furnaces functionality enhancement 251
E. Martynova, V. Bazhin & A. Suslov

Modeling of operation modes of electrical supply systems with non-linear load 263
V.N. Kostin, A.V. Krivenko & V.A. Serikov

The analysis of modern regulation devices of power streams on the basis of FACTS - devices 272
E. Shafhatov & E. Zhdankin

Author index 278

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Vladimir Litvinenko is Rector of the Saint-Petersburg Mining University, Russia. He is author of over 250 scientific papers including 5 monographs, 65 patents and inventions (Russian and foreign ones), Laureate of State Prize of the Russian Federation in Science and Technology for "Geological Atlas of Russia", Laureate of Russian Government Award in Science and Technology for "Development and implementation of environmentally friendly combined technologies of ore mining and complex ore processing that ensured putting into operation and development of the unique Yakovlevsky mine of rich iron ore" (2008), Laureate of St. Petersburg Government Prize for outstanding achievements in the field of higher and secondary vocational education (2008), chairperson from the Russian side of the Russian-German Resource Forum, and chairperson of the Governing Board of the International Competence Centre for Mining-Engineering Education as a Category 2 Centre, under the auspices of UNESCO. Since 2014, Vladimir Litvinenko is Honorary Doctor of the Freiberg University of Mining and Technology.