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Narrow, Near Vertical Vein Mining Methods

Author: Norman Schwab
Published by Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration - 2013

Training Time: approximately 1.5 hr
1.5 Professional Development Hours (PDH)

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In this self-paced course, you will learn about narrow vein mining methods essentially covering labor intensive mining methods; however you will also learn about trackless narrow vein mining applications. The course takes you through the development of a unique mining method which is a fascinating learning experience that delivers both the mining method and the creative process.

You will be equipped with the techniques required to tackle most narrow vein vertical ore bodies and understand the potential hazards and associated remedies. Your selection of an appropriate mining method is the most fundamental and critical decision in mine design and the course will assist you with this selection.

This scenario-based course immerses you into the role of the Mining Engineer and uses other characters that represent the mining constraints and emotions that can creatively produce the optimum solution.

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