E3S Web Conf.
Volume 60, 2018Ukrainian School of Mining Engineering
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Published online||16 October 2018|
A modern vision of simulation modelling in mining and near mining activity
National Mining University, Department of Underground Mining, 19 Yavornytskoho Ave., 49005 Dnipro, Ukraine
2 San Agustin National University Arequipa, Institute of the Center of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency, 117 Santa Catalina St., 04000 Arequipa, Peru
3 Company DTEK ENERGY LLC, Operational Efficiency Department, 57 Lva Tolstoho Str., 01032 Kyiv, Ukraine
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The paper represents the creation of the software simulation system, which reproduce the basic processes of mining and near production. It presents the consideration of such systems for both traditional and non-traditional mineral extraction systems. The principles of using computer recognition of processes are also presented in other processes of carbon-containing raw materials transition, as well as power production and waste utilization of mining production. These systems considerably expand the manageability of a rather complicated mining enterprise. The main purpose of such research is the simulation reproduction of all technological processors associated with the activity of mining enterprises on the display of the dispatch center. For this purpose, is used so-called UML-diagrams, which allows to simulate mining and near mining processes. Results of this investigation were included to the Roman Dychkovskyi thesis of the scientific degree of the Doctor of the Technique Sciences “Scientific Principles of Technologies Combination for Coal Mining in Weakly Metamorphoses Rockmass”.
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