|Appears in Collections:||Management, Work and Organisation Conference Papers and Proceedings|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||A Study on the Optimization Algorithms for Determining Open-Pit and Underground Mining Limits|
|Citation:||Shahriar K & Oraee K (2007) A Study on the Optimization Algorithms for Determining Open-Pit and Underground Mining Limits In: Conference Proceedings 7th International Scientific Conferenceof Modern Management of MineProducing, Geology andEnvironmental Protection (SGEM 2007). 7th International Scientific Conference, SGEM 2007, Sofia, Bulgaria, 11.06.2007-15.06.2007. Sofia, Bulgaria: International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConferences (SGEM). http://www.sgem.org.|
|Conference Name:||7th International Scientific Conference, SGEM 2007|
|Conference Dates:||2007-06-11 - 2007-06-15|
|Conference Location:||Albena, Bulgaria|
|Abstract:||Determination of Mining Limits (ML) for each of Open-Pit (OP) and Underground (Ug) is one of the most significant part impacts the economic aspects. Optimization process for the mentioned objective in both of OP and Ug mining was done on the economic block model. In this paper, the applied Optimization Algorithms (OA)s for ML determination extensively were studied. Because of the major difference between the shape and form of mining limits in two main exploitation methods, implementation of the algorithms in searching and founding the mining limits for OP and Ug is also different.|
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