man and material haulage systems for underground mining

  • Underground Mining Transportation & Haulage Systems

    4/1/2017· Table of ContentsTransportation of Ore and WasteTramming and HaulingHand TrammingAnimal HaulageTon-Miles Obtained Under Varying ConditionsMechanical HaulageLocomotive HaulageTramming and Haulage CostsScrapingConveyor Systems Transportation of Ore and Waste For the purpose of this discussion, “transportation” signifies the operations involved in transporting ore

  • Underground Mining Transportation Systems

    underground through shafts or drifts, they are transported by a variety of diesel and electric (including battery) powered track mounted and trackless systems. There are two basic options for the underground transport of materials and equipment: track/rail systems and trackless systems. Most underground mines use the latter only. In

  • Continuous Haulage Systems PA Room & Pillar CB Mining

    Attached or detached systems (with hopper) 0.8-m / 30-in or 1-m / 36-in conveyor widths; Internal gear-driven crawler drive assemblies; Forged 0.4-m / 14-in or 0.5-m / 19-in pads to maximize tramming power and minimize ground pressure; Mobile bridge carrier feeder-breaker (MBC/Feeder Breaker) to size material for ease of transport on conveyor belts

  • Belt conveyor and Haulage system in the mine

    5/16/2018· 3 Chapter-2 Transport System In Underground Mines 2.1 Teansport System 2.1.1 Rope Haulage i) Direct rope haulage (1) Tail rope haulage ii) Endless rope haulage (1) Over-rope (2) Under-rope iii) Main and tail rope haulage iv) Gravity haulage 2.1.2 CONVEYOR SYSTEM OF HAULAGE i) Belt conveyor ii) Cable belt conveyor iii) Chain conveyor (1) Scraper chain conveyor (2) Armoured

  • Opportunities and Challenges of Rail Haulage Systems in

    Haulage systems are a major cost driver in underground bulk mining. Current haulage technologies are continually being reviewed because these methods may consume as much as 15%–30% of the overall capital investment in a mine as well as an ever-increasing portion of operational costs.

  • Underground Mining Transportation Systems

    underground through shafts or drifts, they are transported by a variety of diesel and electric (including battery) powered track mounted and trackless systems. There are two basic options for the underground transport of materials and equipment: track/rail systems and trackless systems. Most underground mines use the latter only. In

  • Belt conveyor and Haulage system in the mine

    5/16/2018· 3 Chapter-2 Transport System In Underground Mines 2.1 Teansport System 2.1.1 Rope Haulage i) Direct rope haulage (1) Tail rope haulage ii) Endless rope haulage (1) Over-rope (2) Under-rope iii) Main and tail rope haulage iv) Gravity haulage 2.1.2 CONVEYOR SYSTEM OF HAULAGE i) Belt conveyor ii) Cable belt conveyor iii) Chain conveyor (1) Scraper chain conveyor (2) Armoured

  • Continuous Haulage Systems PA Room & Pillar CB

    Attached or detached systems (with hopper) 0.8-m / 30-in or 1-m / 36-in conveyor widths; Internal gear-driven crawler drive assemblies; Forged 0.4-m / 14-in or 0.5-m / 19-in pads to maximize tramming power and minimize ground pressure; Mobile bridge carrier feeder-breaker (MBC/Feeder Breaker) to size material for ease of transport on conveyor belts

  • Transportation in underground mines SlideShare

    10/24/2016· SCRAPER CHAIN CONVEYNOR The capacity of a commonly used scraper chain conveyor is 30 to 40 tph on a level roadway, nearly 50 m long and the drive motor is of 12- 15 KW. The main application of scraper chain conveyors in underground is transportation at the face and adjoining short workings, where they are ready to withstand mining condition. They are also used to haul the coal

  • Autonomous haulage systems for mining industry:

    The self-driving FMX truck is a project being implemented in partnership with Saab. It was earlier tested in operations in the Kristineberg mine in Sweden at more than 1,300m underground. Sandvik. Swedish engineering company Sandvik launched AutoMine for Trucks, a solution for autonomous ramp haulage applications in underground mining, in March

  • Haulage an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    In underground mines, especially large ones, a distinction needs to be made between main haulage, intermediate or secondary haulage, and face haulage. Face haulage, or transportation of the broken rock away from the face, is frequently accomplished by shuttle cars ( Fig. 17 ) or by underground mine trucks, although, as mentioned earlier, load–haul–dump vehicles are finding growing applications in

  • Optimization of Truck-Loader haulage system in an

    In underground mining, a Truck-Loader haulage system is used to transport fragmented material from the production area to the desired location. The haulage system depends on the mining method employed. When a mine usesthe sublevel open stop e method, the truck-loader haulage

  • Evaluation of Monorail Haulage Systems in Metalliferous

    systems in underground mining was obtained from Solutions for Mining Transport (SMT) Scharf, of Germany, a company that manufactures monorail systems. Monorail haulage has definite advantages over conventional haulage; these include the use of electrical power

  • (PDF) Load and haul an integrated approach to haulage

    Trackbound systems (locomotives and hoppers) are generally suitable for South African underground hardrock mining. Prevailing poor track conditions are the single biggest cau se of the current

  • Underground Mining Methods and Equipment

    Underground Mining Transportation Systems). The auxiliary/supporting operations required underground include: 1. Health and safety: ventilation, gas control (particularly in coal mines), dust suppression, noise reduction. 2. Ground control: supporting