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M. A. Marinin
M. A. Marinin
Saint-Petersburg Mining University
Russia
Saint-Petersburg Mining University
Russia
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  • Date submitted
    2016-10-25
  • Date published
    2014-01-01

Mining units quantity determination to achieve the established open cast output and averaging ore requirements

The balancing stripping ratio and ore production methods include simulation in order to reduce the prestripping waste and maintain a suitable space between each bench.  The reliability analysis method of mining technological system in mine design is discussed in this paper. The probabilistic approach used here takes into consideration the uncertainty associated with estimation of most economic, mining and geological variables. This paper concerns the rational distribution of reserves which can be mined and waste advancing down the open cast site at steep pitch deposit.

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S. I. Fomin, V. A. Shevelev, M. A. Marinin (2014) Mining units quantity determination to achieve the established open cast output and averaging ore requirements. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 207. p. 70.
  • Date submitted
    2016-10-25
  • Date published
    2014-01-01

Open cast geological conditions analysis and the mining units formation in ore losses and dilution determining

The opencast geological conditions analysis and the mining units formation in ore losses and dilution determining is given in dynamic type.  The optimum height of immixed rocks triangle on minimum economic damage from losses and dilution criterion is determined. Minimum damage of an enterprise from losses and dilution of one ton of ore that provides minimum producing cost of ore mining is accepted as a criterion of optimum correlation of technological standards of rate of contact areas and standards of losses and dilution of ore.

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S. I. Fomin, P. B. Kava, M. A. Marinin (2014) Open cast geological conditions analysis and the mining units formation in ore losses and dilution determining. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 207. p. 74.
  • Date submitted
    2018-06-15
  • Date published
    2019-06-25

Modeling of the Welding Process of Flat Sheet Parts by an Explosion

The list of materials subject to explosive welding is very extensive and amounts to several hundred combinations of various alloys and metals, and the variety of explosive welding schemes has more than a thousand options. In almost all technical solutions, the process involves the sequential creation of physical contact of the materials to be welded and their connection due to plastic deformation of the contacting surfaces. The strength of such a connection depends on the mode of the welding process. With the correct selection of the parameters of the mode, it is possible to obtain a high-quality connection of the required strength. However, the experimental selection of such options is a very laborious and costly process. Computer simulation and application of mathematical models for solving dynamic problems of explosion mechanics simplifies the search for optimal parameters and allows to predict the expected result in the shortest possible time. The article discusses the issues of modeling of explosive welding of metals, calculations related to the parameters of the process of formation of the weld using the Ansys Autodyn software package. A model is presented for analyzing the deformation process of explosion welding of a plate and its connection with a matrix. The main parameters of explosion welding (velocity, pressure, time) are determined. The adequacy of the obtained values was evaluated in the systems aluminum – copper and copper – steel. It also provides a comparative analysis of simulation results and field experiments. Based on numerical calculations, a conclusion was substantiated on the suitability of the model obtained for a preliminary analysis of the main welding parameters at the preparatory stage.

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M. A. Marinin, S. V. Khokhlov, V. A. Isheyskiy (2019) Modeling of the Welding Process of Flat Sheet Parts by an Explosion. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 237. p. 275. DOI: 10.31897/pmi.2019.3.275