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Zemskov A. N.
Bekher A. V.

The future of freight cable cars application in the conditions of the North


Tsidaev B. S.

An integrated approach to hydrocarbons ofshore mining optimization in the waters of the northern Caspian sea in difcult geological conditions


Bagazeev V. K.
Boikov I. S.
Valiev N. G.
Zdorovets I. L.

Sand separation during hydrotransportation





Sosnovskaia E. L.
Avdeev A. N.

Forecasting potential rockburst hazard of Kholbinsky mine lower horizons


Gladyr A. V.
Sidliar A. V.
Konstantinov A. V.
Lomov M. A.

Results comparison of Prognoz ADS system geophones testing in mining conditions


  Karablin M. M.
Prostov S. M.
Lesin Iu. V.

Landslides at the slopes of Angren opencast coal mine







Borisov A. V.
Vinogradov V. B.

Electrodynamic model of a storage pond dam
(In English)


Guliaev A. N.
Osipova A. Iu.

Zones of possible sensible earthquake foci in the Urals





Stupakova E. V 

Reproducibility and repeatability of measurement results and their application when calculating the errors of ore and concentrates samples preparation and analysis


Semenov A. N.
Seryi R. S.

Hard-to-wash sand disintegration investigation in gold placers







Loginov V. G.
Ignatieva M. N.
Balashenko V. V

Alignment of interests when exploiting oil and gas resources in the northern territories of the Russian Federation
(In English) 


Naumov I. V.
Krasnykh S. S.

The research of interregional relationships in the development of the mineral resource complex of the Russian Federation






Shikhov A. M.
Rumiantsev S. A.
Azarov E. B.

Vibratory conveying equipment with steady elliptical oscillations
(In English)


Kopytov A. I.
Pershin V. V.
Wetti A. A.

Research on free fall skip parameters variation impact on pentice stability when sinking vertical shafts




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Smirnov Iu. G.
Orlov A. O.
Selecting a site for the nuclear power plant underground installation during new fields development 5

Vokhmin S. A.
Kurchin G. S.
Shevnina E. V.
Kirsanov A. K.
Kostylev S. S.
Granulometric composition predicting models after explosion in open-pit mining. 14






Golik V. I.
Valiev N. G.
Razorenov Iu. I.
Lukianov V. G.
Maslennikov S. A.
Substantiating the method of filling the goaf using the rock jam phenomenon (In English) 25






Labushev M. M.
Labushev T. M.
The periodic system of chemical elements solid model in the geological aspect. 36

Karablin M. M.
Prostov S. M.
Diagnosing the landslide areas of Angren open pit marginal mass according to the data of seismo- and electrical prospecting 48

Filatov V. V.
Bolotnova L. A.
On the seismic activity of the Upper Kama potassium salt deposit 60






Kozin V. Z.
Komlev A. S.
Stupakova E. V.
Analysis of crude mineral sample preparation schemes. 68

Khopunov E. A.

Energy and power factors of selective destruction of ores 79






Balashenko V. V.
Sokolov A. S.
Dushin A. V.
Valiev V. N.
The competitiveness of gold fields (In English). 89






Iudin A. V.
Shestakov V. S.
Analysis of connections and restrictions occurring due to the oscillations of vibrating screen working member and cantilevered screen deck (In English) 97

Ozornin M. S.
Shishliannikov D. I.
Romanov V. A.
Determining the operating parameters of machine systems in potash mines when tunneling with stope back partial section 105




Kuzmin S. V.
Kuzmin R. S.
Menshikov V. A.
Umetskaia E. V.
Kuzmin I. S.
Single-phase ground short circuits in the 6–10 kV mains and electrical traumas in the coal mines 113






Ivanov K. S.
Kostrov N. P

On air “sensed temperature” in Russia’s northern regions and its significance for geological prospecting 124

Dalatkazin T. Sh.
Kaiumova A. N.

Study of hydrogeological conditions to ensure security of mining at Sokolovsky iron-ore deposit. 133




DOI: 10.21440/0536-1028-2019-6-108-117

Zhetesova G. S., Beisembaev K. M., Mendikenov K. K., Teliman I. V., Akizhanova Zh. T. Modelling scraper conveyor operation in the turn zone. Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedenii. Gornyi zhurnal = News of the Higher Institutions. Mining Journal. 2019; 6: 108–117 (In Russ.). DOI: 10.21440/0536-1028-2019-6-108-117

Introduction. More complex mining and geological conditions of solid minerals extraction during
underground development result in the loss of work efficiency. The solution to the problems is in the
creation of shortwall extraction technologies based on the swivel scraper conveyor operation.
Research aim. Based on the analysis of the single-chain traction unit operation situated in the centre
of pans, research aims to provide steady movement of scrapers at ramp’s turn up to 90° in the bedding
plane, develop the constructive scheme of a conveyor which meets the accepted work technologies.
Methodology. System analysis of structures is carried out together with the traction unit movement study,
based on the simulation with the method of dynamic equations linearization in Adams, with the analysis
of data from swivel conveyor prototypes testing.
Results. The model and the movement mechanism of the tension unit with scrapers along the pin-connected
pans at an angle up to 15° have been worked out and substantiated; constructive schemes of units for
the turn zone have been identified, ensuring the stability of tension unit movement and the retention of the
transported material within the limits of the rod. It has made it possible to develop the specification
of requirement for the conveyor test model design, calculation and testing, and specify its scope.
Summary. The possibility of creating efficient models based on the linearization of dynamics equations in
Adams package taking into account oscillations within the system. Features of scrapers movement in the
turn zone and the mechanism of oscillations suppression by means of a “pair of forces” at the scraper
of a traction unit have been identified. The system is effective under the angle of the turn up to 15ο for each
pan. Constructive schemes have been identified for a swivel scraper conveyor that ensure the steady
movement of scrapers and overlap the gaps at the turns of the sections, with an elastic segmental reflector.

Key words: modeling; scraper conveyor; turn zone; linearization of dynamics equations.
Acknowledgements: Research has been carries out on AR05134441 “Development, production and trial run of
a new conveyor turn block design with the turn at a corner up to 90 degrees in the mine ground plane for longface
systems and curved mines.” We thank D. E. Orazbekov for taking part in writing the present research.



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Received 28 March 2019

DOI: 10.21440/0536-1028-2019-6-118-123

Poliakov S. V. Determination of steel wire rope parameters affecting the safety of operation.
Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedenii. Gornyi zhurnal = News of the Higher Institutions. Mining Journal. 2019; 6: 118–123 (In Russ.). DOI: 10.21440/0536-1028-2019-6-118-123


Introduction. Winding wire rope, being a flexible element capable of carrying high tensile load, is widely
used in modern hoisting equipment. Now it is hard to imagine the majority of important sectors of economy
without the well-used hoisting wire ropes. This primarily applies to construction and mining where wire
rope is widely used in hoisting equipment.
Research aim. Based on scientific discoveries in mine wire ropes design made by the Russian scientists,
the present research aims to determine the main parameters affecting mine wire rope safe operation.
Methodology. Hoisting wire ropes in service, operating in the conditions of free suspension, are subject to
significant unwinding in tension in deep hoisting shafts, as a result, spiral elements lay angles of wire rope
change and cause a geometrically nonlinear nature of strains. Calculating the radius and angle of waviness
using an inflexible calculation model results in low accuracy. The present research determines the
parameters affecting wire rope safe operation; nonlinear theory of wire ropes calculation has been applied
making it possible to improve the reliability and durability of the mine wire rope.
Results. The present article defines and provides support for the parameter affecting the safe operation of
mine hoisting wire ropes. The equation of the radius of waviness is derived through nonlinear dependences.
The quantitative value of the permissible radius of waviness is specified.
Summary. The obtained formulae allow to determine the permissible value of the radius of waviness
wherein future safe operation of mine wire rope is possible. Due to the formulae which determine the
permissible value of the radius of waviness, the recommendations given in this article will improve
the security of steel mine wire rope operation.

Key words: wire rope; strains; permissible value; waviness, lay angle; theory of wire rope.

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DOI: 10.21440/0536-1028-2019-6-98-107

Ivanov A. N., Logvinenko O. A., Ignatieva M. N. Economic evaluation of environmental implications in subsoil use. Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedenii. Gornyi zhurnal = News of the Higher Institutions. Mining Journal. 2019; 6: 98–107 (In Russ.). DOI: 10.21440/0536-1028-2019-6-98-107

Relevance. Due to the deteriorating environmental situation, the significance of ecological factor increases
when substantiating the variants of nature management and subsoil use; it requires further evaluation
of economic damage caused by both of them. The evaluation of the economic damage caused by the human
impact on the environment is based on the economic evaluation of natural resources state during the
formation of environmental implications. The relevance of the research on the natural resources and
ecosystem services economic evaluation procedure improvement is proven as a matter of the national
natural capital importance.
Research aim is to improve cost estimation tools for natural resources and ecosystem services.
Methodology includes generalization and analysis of the notions of eecosystem services and their
Research results. The preservation of natural capital, when implementing weak sustainability concept,
means that the used natural capital is replaced by the physical one (man-made); in case of strong
sustainability concept implementation, minimum substitution is allowed for. These conditions require
wider economic methods of governmental control in natural management, such as a wider use of economic
evaluation and economic damage. It is necessary to specify the structure of natural capital and draw up
the scheme of natural resources (natural assets) utilization in order to improve the procedure of evaluation.
The present research schematically outlines the procedure of environmental products and services flow
formation, which characterize the utilization of natural assets, i.e. natural resources and ecosystem
services. Definitions of ecosystem services have been analysed, and their difference from ecosystem
functions has been proven as soon as economic evaluation of ecosystem services requires their accurate
definition. Particular classifications of ecosystem services have been generalized and analysed.
The reasonability has been proven to single out a resource function along with ecosystem functions taking
into account that it is often associated with abiotic elements of ecosystems. An author’s variant of ecosystem
services list is proposed, which excludes provisioning services as they are ascribed to the category of
resource services. As far as the regulating services are concerned, the following types are distinguished:
flows regulation, physical environment regulation, and biotic environment regulation. Supporting services
are ascribed to a separate category which is not subject to further economic evaluation. Cultural services
include: spiritual, scientific and educational, and therapeutic. Economic evaluation methods covers both
traditional practical methods applied in nature management and new methods which are often associated
with sociological surveys and questionnaires. Basic conditions for economic evaluation have been

Key words: natural capital; natural resources; ecosystem services; functions; classifications; economic
evaluation; methods.



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