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Alimak raise climber
Raise Climber Mining Conditions This type of mining is best suited to tabular narrow vein ore bodies with enough dip for gravity ore flow. There is often considerably less waste development with raise mining than with regular open stoping. A narrow vein ore body has less ore to soak up waste development costs, making the raise mining method an obvious choice. It is better if the ore body is continuous over several hundred feet vertically. Experience has shown that raises from 75 to 150 metres length are the most economical. The method works best if the ore boundaries can be interpolated between adjacent raises. This allows the drill planning to be done before the production drill is set up in the raise. This is less important in sulphides, where the driller can tell if the bit is in ore by the colour of the cuttings. Raise Climber Mining Method Details The raise climber mining method will generally be comprised of the following steps: Development Bottom Sill: Access and haulage: These drifts are driven from the shaft or established mining areas to the new ore zone. The drifts are commonly sized to accommodate the large scooptrams used for production mucking and are often driven with jumbos. Drawpoints and Climber Nest: Drawpoints can be driven from either footwall or hangingwall, depending on how the ore zone is accessed. The climber nests are always in the hangingwall. The climbers require about 4.3 metres (14') width, 2.7 metres (9') of height and 12 metres (39') of length with extra added on for "Alicabs" and/or for low angle raises. The nest will be slashed out of the drawpoint backs if development is from the hangingwall side. Top Sill Access: These drifts are also driven from the shaft or existing development but, unless there is another lift, they often need only be large enough for the movement of supplies. Raises Raise Development: Raises must be driven big enough that a 2.4 metre (8') drill can be rotated within them, or about 2.7 x 2.7 metres (9' x 9') horizontally. Raise Rehabilitation: After the raise is driven it often must be rehabilitated, subject to ground conditions, for the safety of production crews. Hangingwall Support: Where required, the stope hangingwall can be supported with deformed strand resin-grouted cable bolts in a regular pattern along the raise. This is very cost effective as the raise is centred in the stope, which concentrates the support where it is needed most. Production Drilling: Drill holes extend to just less than half way to the next raise and are oriented slightly down from horizontal. The down dip helps the toes break to the stope wall. Hole diameters are often fairly small to avoid hangingwall / footwall damage in narrow veins. Loading & Blasting: The holes are most often mechanically loaded with either ANFO or an emulsion explosive. The blasts are timed to slash down, with the footwall holes often the last to fire. It is safest to take a few rings per blast, so that miss-holes or other blasting problems are accessible for correction. Mucking Swell: It is often best to leave ore in the stopes while blasting because of the support it gives. The broken ore often compacts slightly, resulting an effective swell of about one third its unbroken volume. Final Mucking: This step is done once the stope is completely blasted.
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Underground Mining Methods (2.1)
Mining Exploration Session 2. Professor Kazem Oraee
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Underground Mining Methods (8.1)
Mining Exploration Session 8. Professor Kazem Oraee
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Underground Mining Methods (1.3)
Mining Exploration Session 1. Presented by Professor Kazem Oraee
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block caving mining method
block mining system
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Underground Mining Methods (8.5)
Mining Exploration Session 8. Professor Kazem Oraee
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Sublevel Stoping Mining Method
Black Diamond Drilling Services Australia Database
Underground Mining Methods (2.2)
Mining Exploration Session 2. Professor Kazem Oraee
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slusher part 2
using slusher to lvl out to bolt up refuge station.
Views: 8297 Jory Dion
INNOVATION : The battery powered miniLoader L140B arrives in your narrow vein mines ! Safety, Power, Comfort and Operating life : All the assets to become essential to your underground works. The L140B, is designed with the best components from recognized brand.The machine doesn’t need maintenance; without hydrostatics, with a simplified electrical transmission and a low heating, it has a longer lifetime. INNOVATION : La batterie arrive dans vos mines à veines étroites (filoniennes) avec le miniLoader L140B ! Sécurité, Puissance, Confort et Autonomie : tous les atouts pour devenir indispensable à vos travaux souterrains. Le L140B, est conçu avec les meilleurs composants de marques renommées. Il ne nécessite pas d’entretien; sans hydrostatique, avec une transmission électrique simplifiée et un faible échauffement thermique, sa durée de vie est plus longue.
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Underground mining Raise Miner.swf
Underground mining Raise Miner.swf
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MVM1100 Narrow Vein Mining
Mechanised narrow vein mining
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Block Caving Method
Students (in order of appearance): * Sergio Godoy. * María José Latorre. * Verónica Lagos. Module: General english II. Professor: Camilo Suarez. Section: 3403. Career: Mining technician.
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Pexgol pipe installation on underground mine
Codelco Chuquicamata | Chile | 2017
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A task given by students to choose the best underground mining methods based on the situation given
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Stopes and Stulls in the Abandoned Vulture Mine
In this abandoned mine, Graham and I found a large stope that was supported by many stulls of various sizes and lengths. Some artifacts found include a spool of Leschen Wire Rope and an old Eveready battery. A small trestle and ore bin were located outside the mine.
Trepadora Alimak Compañia Minera Condestable Mala CAñete (Lima -Peru)
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Sub Level Caving
A method of underground mining operation.
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How Raise Drill Works
Raise drilling is used to create large drill holes -- up to 7.6 meters in diameter. The holes, or tunnels, are used to connect mine shafts, power plant tunnels or channels for rainwater and surplus water, as well as for ventilation between different levels in a mine. This type of drilling is performed in two stages. First you drill a smaller pilot hole and then you swap the smaller drill bit with a reamer. The reamer is equipped with reels made of hardened metal which have the same diameter as the final hole. The hole is expanded as the reamer crushes the rock using both pressure and rotation. Raise drilling can be used for holes and tunnels of up to 1100 meters in length, which makes this method very practical for many applications. https://engineers-channel.blogspot.com/p/raise-drill.html
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Slusher part1,
part 1 of using slusher, my first time. refuge station half done
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Behind-the-Scenes: Dumas Mining
What you didn't see on Canada Sings.... Before and after the performance with Dumas Mining.
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To drill blast holes for ore pass development from the cross cut and from the bottom up. It is also used for drilling drain holes and cable holes.
shaft sinking part 2/mucking out
mucking a bench after a blast....one clam gets slamed and breaks down leaving only grover's left to muck us out.
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Raising the bar
Raise boring was developed to meet underground mining demands, but new applications continue to arise due to its inherent safety benefits and other advantages over conventional drilling and blasting. Raise boring can be used for a variety of mining applications, from ore shafts to shafts for ventilation, water or cable installations. The raise boring method enables construction of circular mechanized shafts between two mine levels without the use of explosives. A borer is set up on the upper level and drills a narrow pilot hole, typically between 23 and 35 centimeters, to accommodate a drill string. A reamer head is then attached to the drill from the lower level and raised back towards the machine. Sandvik raise boring heads optimize the performance of the boring machine through high penetration rates, great stability, low vibration and low torque demands. Together with the company's high-performance pilot bits, they enable shafts and holes from 0.66 to 6.0 meters in diameter to be bored to depths of up to 1,000 meters — quickly, economically and safely.
comparision between coal mining and metal mining
comparision between coal mining and metal mining
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block caving
draft animation on block caving to be finalised
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long hole Drill jumbo
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Working Down the Mines
Pics I have scanned from my photos which have turned out quite well I thought. From when I worked underground 1968 - 1981. The first part is Windarra nickel mine, 212 miles north of Kalgoorlie Western Australia. This was a trackless decline with some pretty big gear, 35 ton Wigmore Caterpillar trucks which were a modified 631 scraper with a tipping body, and 3-boom Gardner Denver pneumatic jumbos. They had open stopes with longholes drilled with GD Airtracs and some bar-and-arm machines. From memory I think one of the big stope blasts was 100,000 tons. The mine closed in the early '80s and was gutted. There were a few deaths down there, all rockfalls, all on my shift, so R.I.P. to those guys. The second part is Lake View & Star gold mine, on Kalgoorlie-Boulder's Golden Mile. I worked there as a machine miner on airlegs doing shrink stoping and intermediate driving (drifting). We worked by ourselves with no partner which was the practise then. We used Holman's Silver 3s and Silver 900 airleg machines (jacklegs). Mucking out inter drives we used air or electric 2-drum scrapers into a raise. We used AN60 dynamite primers with ANFO and electric detonators or sometimes safety fuse. This was a "traditional" mine with rail drives leading to a vertical shaft about 3000' deep from memory. The mines on the Golden Mile no longer exist because they have been swallowed up by the Super Pit.
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Chimenea en  VCR   primeros Tips antes de cargar el  explosivo
Primeras importantes indicaciones antes de cargar el explosivo en una chimenea de minería subterránea con método de cráter vertical en retroceso.
MIning History operating an air leg
MIning History operating an air leg in the search for gold
FGM Drone flight through open stope
Possibly world first flight of a mining drone through an underground open stope
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Raise Boring  for  mining
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Boring Mining :(
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Fragmentation Analysis for Underground Drawpoints and Muckpiles for Mining
Listen to Principal Scientist Matthew Thurley present examples of fragmentation analysis for both underground and open-pit mining. Fragmentation sizing based on automated analysis of 3D laser scanner data. Our advanced algorithms provide a stable and reliable result because they overcome limitations of existing systems, including being fully automated, detect areas-of-fines and overlapped/non-overlapped rocks. Size results represent the reality of the visible rocks at the time of measurment
Replacement Parts For Alimak Pneumatic Raise Climber – Vikay - 2
STH-5-L/LL Alimak Pneumatic Raise Climber Replacement Parts Vikay Mining Equipments is a global supplier of new aftermarket replacement Parts for Alimak Pneumatic Raise Climber from India Support ring 0477473000 Circlip 3000730128 Compl. centrifugal weight 9001001000 Centrifugal weight 9001002000 Brake lining 0471095000 Blind rivet 3000506904 Oil draining ring 0471094000 Compl. brake cylinder 0275684000 Hose nipple 0471082000 Screw 3000076366 Ball 3000131035 Valve seat 0471085000 Copper washer 3000740810 O-ring 3000136523 Circlip 3000133171 Piston 0475687000 O-ring 3000136404 Cover 0475686000 Tension pin 3000134421 Seal 3001026101 Brake opening lever 0471086000 Circlip 3000133160 O-ring 3000136430 Cylinder bottom 0471089000 Seal 3001078810 Brake cylinder 0275688000 Cup spring 0484562000 Brake shaft 0471080000 Pressure plate 0471084000 Brake shoe 0478201000 Brake lining 0472200000 Support washer 0477472000 Slotted screw 3000077289 Compl. gear 0289985000 Secondary shaft New Type 0383740000 Sealing ring 3000140211 Ball bearing 3000115212 Worm wheel 9018663104 Screw 3000071500 Gear housing 0189990000 Washer 3000093173 O-ring 3000136828 Screw 3000147489 Cover 0389988000 Ball bearing 3000099210 Sign 0481551000 Rivet 3000506102 Plug 3001221204 Sign 9024021000 Ball bearing 3000114309 Ball bearing 3000105309 Cup spring 0472407000 Worm screw 0244533104 Inspection plug 3000858151 O-ring 3000136297 Compl. chain coupling 0476444000 Roller chain w. lock 0486711000 Cover, two parts 9000932000 O-ring 3000136517 Chain wheel 9000934000 Stop screw 3000470532 Rubber packing 0486741000 Screw 3000147459 Compl. safety device 0184338000 Reset lever 0386150000 Guide roller 9018655000 Screw 3000071534 Pointer 0486146000 Screw 3000147333 Spacer 0486149000 Cup w.observation 9065560000 Screw 3000147378 Bushing 0445031000 Bushing 0445031040 Screw 3002022368 Cover 9064690000 O-ring 3000136829 Compl. reel 0176099000 Gable 0218559000 Hose drum 0276620000 Screw 3000071672 Chain wheel 0318555000 Flat key 3000742619 Groove ring 3000132147 Chain cover, upper 0276103000 Swivel coupling 0476025000 Pipe 3000838318 Cross pipe 3000839518 Hose nipple 0472488000 Chain w. lock 0486708000 Chain wheel 0375859000 Chain w. lock 0486709000 Chain cover, lower 0276104000 Angle 3000839216 Hose 3000900406 Air motor(K-14S) 9013834103 Control valve 0146066000 Motor and valve 0176101000 plate Control lever 0276102000 Plug 0476502000 Adjusting screw 0470827000 Nut 3000081124 Screw 3000071634 Compression spring 0419089000 Breaking arm w. 0470619000 lining Brake lining 0476574000 Rivet 3000506904 Bearing housing 3000130513 Angle 3000839218 Hose nipple 0419774000 Hose nipple 0470790000 Control link 0476105000 Screw 3000071633 Screw 3000071459 Washer 3000091165 Screw 3000071544 Screw 3000071451 Frame 0176100000 Hose clamp 3000931198 Check valve 0476275000 Shaft 0470826000 Cotter pin 3000427185 Bushing 3000840325 Bushing 3000840323 Plug 3000840513 Chain wheel 0418951000 Groove ring 3000132132 Bearing 3000111213 Clamping socket 3000252213 Angle 3000839117 Nipple pipe 9056576000 Nipple 3000969347 Shock absorber 3000724151 Screw 3000071502 Bracket 0447519000 Clamp 0447521000 Screw 3000071499 Air motor (K14-H) 9013834102 Air motor (K14-V) 9013834101 Air motor (K14-S) 9013834103 Crank case 9001030000 Bearing housing 0213754000 O-ring 3000136441 Sign 0415503000 Ball bearing 3000115207 Shims set 0413835000 Sealing ring 3001406203 O-ring 3000136410 Spacer 0413836000 Circlip 3000132133 Screw 3000071491 Screw 3000147368 Crank shaft 9001033000 Crank bearing (Modified) 0419764000 Tension pin 3000134250 Counterweight 9001039000 Key 3000742370 Screw 9001037000 Piston 9013773000 Piston ring 0415348000 Cylinder 0313756000 Gasket 0413845000 Compl. slide housing O-ring 3000136426 Circlip 3000133153 Slide bush 0413846000 Slide Slide housing w. bushing 9018693000 Slide housing Slide bushing O-ring 3000136429 Compl. control 0145097000 Plug 0413704000 Cover 0445099000 O-ring 3000136439 Suction hose w. 0445098000 strainer Oil container 0345085000 Nut 3000081114 O-ring 3000136311 Filter washer 0413676000 Filter pad 0413691000 Screw 3000076341 Valve housing 0145089000 Filter pad 0413675000 Cover 0345087000 Screw 3000076333 O-ring 3000136414 Tension pin 3000134341 Spacer 0413680000 Washer 0413681000 Outer spring 0413682000 Inner spring 0413683000 Spring housing 0345088000 Tension pin 3000845425 Hand lever 0392243000 Bakelite knob 3000821142 Pull rod 0413686000 Circlip 3000132114 Washer 0413685000 Spacer 0413684000 Nozzle 0413693000 Ventilation pipe 0445102000 Oil tube 0413697000 Observation glass 0413699000 O-ring 3000136309 Drip Nozzle 0445101000 Spring 0418003000 Adjusting screw 0445100000 Cap 3000840416 Compl. air system 0187077000 Compl. air system 0177345000 Bracket 0477667000 Air hose 3001150201 Air hose 3001150251 Hose nipple 3000839701 For more details visit http://www.vikayonline.com/in/p/00.-STH-5-LLL-Alimak-Pneumatic-Raise-Climber-Replacement-Parts/2643
Sublevel Caving Method
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Autonomous drone flight into a mine stope
Autonomous flight into an underground mine stope to explore and map it in 3D. The Hovermap payload enables this by providing GPS-denied flight and collision avoidance. In this trial the drone was tasked to fly to a set of pre-defined waypoints. It descended only 5m into the stope but still obtained a dense and relatively complete map. In future the drone will autonomously explore the stope to ensure full coverage without the need for pre-defined waypoints.
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