Economic considerations in underground mining equipment selection
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A model which predicts the production and operating costs of trucks and LHDs as a function of haul distance is developed and applied to a case study. Additionally, networks depicting the driving of development headings are modeled. Drilling costs are also evaluated.
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|Degree Level||Master's Degree|
|Degree Name||Mining Engineering|