The days of deep coal mining may be largely gone for the UK,...
Face and Back Mapping Directly on the MOSS Tablet
MOSS (Miner Operated Survey System) can now perform Face and Back Mapping directly on the MOSS tablet, allowing field geologists to digitize their work in a fraction of the time.
Successful Data Transfer Shuttle Car to DCB
Nautitech and Swanson Industries recently collaborated on a test to establish data transfer between the DCB and Swanson’s shuttle cars, affectionately known as Waracars.
Caterpillar signs technology development deal with Minetec
Caterpillar has signed a global licensing and technology development agreement with mining technology company Minetec in order to transform safety and productivity solutions for underground mining applications.
Subway Station Retaining Walls: Case Histories in Soft and Hard Soils
This paper revisits the geotechnical conditions in Buenos Aires City, describes the procedures employed for the design and numerical analysis of pile-supported excavations and presents the behaviour of five recent cases in widely different geotechnical profiles.
Mining the UK
The days of deep coal mining may be largely gone for the UK, but small-scale, varied mines are ensuring the industry’s survival. In this interactive map, we spotlight some of these sustaining projects, including lithium mining in Cornwall, tin mining in Devon and gold mining in the Highlands.
Mapping the future: Professor Hyam Rubinstein discusses the MineOptima project
The MineOptima project was developed by Professors Thomas and Rubinstein of the University of Melbourne to apply their work on network optimisation and microchip design to the planning and design of the most efficient mines. Julian Turner talks to Professor Rubinstein about their work.
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