|Appears in Collections:||Management, Work and Organisation Conference Papers and Proceedings|
Basiri, Mohammad Houssain
|Title:||Waste Dump Site Selection by Using Fuzzy VIKOR|
|Citation:||Yazdani-Chamzini A, Ahmadi Z, Oraee K & Basiri MH (2011) Waste Dump Site Selection by Using Fuzzy VIKOR. Fifth Conference of Applied Geology and the Environment, 2011, Tehran, Iran.|
|Conference Name:||Fifth Conference of Applied Geology and the Environment, 2011|
|Conference Location:||Tehran, Iran|
|Abstract:||Considering the nature of open pit mines, harvest volume, it usually is required to remove a lot of waste to access to mineral planned grade. So, one of the most important part of open pit mines design, is waste dump site selection. Many factors are effective in waste dump site selection. These factors are sometimes in conflict with each other. So selecting the desired location for waste dump is a process complex and multi-criteria decision making. There are a variety of methods for decision making under complicated condition, such as fuzzy, Delphi, multi-criteria decision making and Expert system methods can be hinted. VIKOR method, which is one of the decision making multi criteria methods, is useful tool for decision-making. On the other hand with regard to uncertainty in decision-making, fuzzy approach is a useful tool for this purpose. This article has tried to select the best waste dump site in Sari Gunay Gold Mine by Fuzzy VIKOR. The results show that C position has a higher priority than other positions.|
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