Integrated planning of the partially automated Banji coal mine in China

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The chinese mining company SDIC Xinji currently develops in the province of Anhui, south of Beijing, the coal mine Banji, pursuing the aim to realize an exemplary high-performance mine with the highest degree of production efficiency and a high safety standard, using state of the art technology. Remarkable with this assignment of task is the fact, that power supply technology, high voltage switch technology, automation and communication were being projected from one supplier, as an integrated complete system, based on a three- dimensional mine layout model. © 2009.

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Franz, B., Bernhard, B. N., & Andreas, S. (2009). Integrated planning of the partially automated Banji coal mine in China. In Procedia Earth and Planetary Science (Vol. 1, pp. 1312–1319). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proeps.2009.09.202

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