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Journal of Mining and Metallurgy A: Mining
2016, vol. 52, br. 1, str. 27-35
jezik rada: engleski
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doi:10.5937/JMMA1601027M

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Optimizacija graničnog sadržaja u Sarcheshmeh rudniku bakra primenom Lane Quartet Modela
aImam Khomeini International University, Department of Mining and Petroleum, Iran
bSarcheshmeh Copper Complex, Mining Engineering Division, Iran

e-adresa: Maleki@eng.ikiu.ac.ir

Sažetak

Lane algoritam je primenen za određivanje optimalnog graničnog sadržaja pri rudarskim aktivnostima koje uključuju eksploataciju, koncentraciju i rafinaciju. U rudniku bakra Sarcheshmeh sadržaj korisne komponente u koncentratu koji dolazi sa sklada je pod uticajem kapaciteta proizvodnje i parametara troškova. Proračun graničnog sadržaja je izvršen primenom modifikovanog Lane Algoritma uzimajući u obzir miks koncentrata sa stoka i koncentrata koji dolazi sa rudnika. Inicijalno je u algoritmu uzet u obzir i efekat profita zajedno sa ograničenjima sklada. Inicijalno,funkcija ciljnog profita je uzeta u obzir uz dodatak ograničenja sklada a zatim je granični sadržaj određen Lane Quartet Modelom koji koristi ekonomske i tehničke podatke. Rezultat je bio granični sadržaj od 0.1408%, što dovodi do povećanja profita od 848051645 US$ u poređenju sa graničnim sadržajem od 0.1617% koji je dobijen primenom Lane tripartidnog modela.

Ključne reči

upravljanje proizvodnjom; granični sadržaj; Lane Quartet Model; Sarcheshmeh rudnik bakra

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