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|Number of page(s)||11|
|Section||Challenges in Mining, Mineral Processing, Surveying and Civil Engineering|
|Published online||20 July 2021|
Physical - chemical geotechnology. Instrument for the superior valuation of mineral resources and environmental protection
Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Altufievskoe Shosse Of. 65, Moscow, Russia
2 University of Petrosani, IMIT, Universităţii no.20, Petroşani, Romania
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In the paper, the authors define the purpose, tasks and content of a new working tool in the exploitation and superior valuation of useful mineral substances, based on the principles of geotechnology, respectively Physical - Chemical Geotechnology (P-CG). It presents the vision on Mining Geotechnology as a relatively new science, its theoretical outline having the role of explaining the conditions, means and methods of exploitation and processing of minerals, through underground constructions, but also some ways to adapt existing techniques. It examines how P-CG can improve working conditions, the economy, geoecology, safety production, comfort and quality of life all in the geographical environment. The authors describe the main task of P-CG as a complex structure of scientific disciplines in which all processes and transformations that occur in subsoil exploitation must be discovered, researched and solved holistically through non-standard solutions. It also outlines a roadmap for the assessment of deposits suitable for the use of P-CG methods, addresses the preconditions and what needs to be done for the widespread introduction of new technologies in the mining industry. In this sense, the structure of a business plan of a P-CG enterprise is also drawn.
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