Blast-Free Technology of Mineral Mining: State and Prospects. Part II: Estimation of the Efficiency of Various Failure Methods in Opencast Mining Technologies

Labutin, V. N.; Mattis, A. R.; Zaitsev, G. O.; Cheskidov, V. I.
March 2004
Journal of Mining Science;Mar/Apr2004, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p173
Academic Journal
A comparative estimation is performed for the up-to-date methods of rock failure with respect to the specific energy consumption of failure. The spheres of application of the methods discussed in executive elements of mining machines are tentatively determined depending on the properties of rocks.


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