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Denis O. Dzyurich
Denis O. Dzyurich
Postgraduate Student
Saint Petersburg Mining University
Postgraduate Student
Saint Petersburg Mining University
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Geotechnical Engineering and Engineering Geology
  • Date submitted
    2021-03-23
  • Date accepted
    2022-01-25
  • Date published
    2022-04-29

Justification of the technological scheme parameters for the development of flooded deposits of construction sand

The article describes the main types of technological schemes for working out the flooded strata of sand deposits using hydraulic shovel excavators. The analysis of scientific and technical literature describing the experience of using hydraulic shovel excavators in the open-pit mining, including pits for the extraction of construction sand, has been carried out. The proposed technological scheme is that the development of reserves of the flooded strata without preliminary water reduction is carried out by a hydraulic shovel excavator from under water by a downward digging with the storage of the extracted rock mass in bulk (for dewatering), placed in such a way that when working out the next mining bench width, it is located within the working area of the excavator for simultaneous processing of the next bench width and loading of dewatered sand from the pile. Calculations of the parameters of the operating platform and the excavator block of the proposed technological scheme for conducting open-pit mining were carried out. The dependence for determining the minimum length of the mining operations front of an excavator for drawing up a technological scheme of operation of a backhoe hydraulic excavator on working out the flooded strata with the pile formation for dewatering sand and its subsequent uploading from the pile by the same excavator is presented.

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Vladimir V. Ivanov, Denis O. Dzyurich (2022) Justification of the technological scheme parameters for the development of flooded deposits of construction sand. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 253. p. 33-40. DOI: 10.31897/PMI.2022.3