GeoResources Journal for Resources, Mining, Tunnelling, Geotechnics, Equipment and Energy
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10. August 2020
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ISSN: Print 2364-8422 / Online 2364-8430
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Crises have negative consequences, but they create opportunities too. What kind of experiences gathered during the corona crisis are likely to prove valuable for shaping our future?
Redpath Deilmann made corporate history in April 2020 when the company set a new record for two shaft sinkings at the new Nezhinsky potash mine in Belarus.
Many existing structures and their deep foundations have to be reinforced or retrofitted – e.g. due to a changed use requiring higher load bearing capacities. Practicable and economical solutions are needed. This paper describes the analysis of interaction between existing bored piles and reinforcing micropiles.
Risk Analyses for geotechnical Tasks using practical Examples in the ‘Europaviertel’ in Frankfurt, Germany
Construction projects are subject to risks, from the project-planning stage through the design phase to the execution phase and the subsequent guarantee period. This paper explains geotechnical risk analyses using selected examples from the Europaviertel project in Frankfurt, Germany.
There is no chance to replace our networking, but one of the most important sources of knowledge transfer in these difficult times of the virus are webinars. Read about the ‘Digital Tunnel 4.0 Webinar’ on the 30 April 2020.
The Corona pandemic has resulted in shutdowns in many countries and brought in a significant economic downturn. This article assesses the impact on the global mining industry at the time of writing early June 2020.
IIoT is being used to increase machine efficiency in underground mining. Analyses of roof bolting operations in an Estonian oil shale mine serve to verify how targets are being achieved.
Situation Awareness (SA) describes the comprehensive awareness of a particular situation. According to Endsley a situation is subdivided into the phases of perception, comprehension and projection, which ultimately result in an action. SA is used, for example, in the automotive sector where autonomous vehicles must respond to their environment. In this paper the same principle is being applied to the field of bulk materials transport in order to control and monitor conveying systems. The article demonstrates how Situation Awareness can be used for bulk materials transport systems, with reference to products supplied by the German company Rema Tip Top.
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