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Geotechnical Instrumentation and Monitoring in Mining 4.0

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Increasing global demands for minerals, pushed mining to go deeper and more challenging geotechnical conditions and stresses. Therefore, the importance of ground behaviour and stress monitoring is getting more attention to guarantee zero harm and stable mines. Monitoring ground behavior in underground mines, as well as surface mines have been used in the past few decades by various vibrating wire, MEMS and other types of instruments. The main challenge in these monitoring plans was using manual readouts or standalone data loggers which increase reading the required time for readings, and exposing technicians/engineers to the risk of being in area under monitoring. Presence of industry 4.0 provides the opportunity for these instruments to be connected, and record and transfer data remotely. Digital makes it possible to have data in near real time which enhance the quality of monitoring and decision making. In addition, digital added new technologies in monitoring solutions including laser and radar based technologies to remotely monitor mine sites and increase level of awareness. Geotechnical Instrumentation and Monitoring in Mining 4.0 book which will be published by CRC Press will provide a comprehensive technical and practical reference for the available technologies in monitoring underground and surface mines as well as tailing. This book will discuss inground and remote monitoring technologies that can monitor ground behaviour, movements, stresses, and detect major failures before the event in eight chapters. These chapters will include lots of case studies and data to make these technologies and applications clearer. The power of data analytics and AI tools in evaluating, analyzing and interpreting recorded data and digital twin tools for providing a powerful visualization and monitoring solution will be presented in the next two chapters. In the last four chapters, it will be discussed the application of presented technologies in surface mines, underground mines, tailings and mine railway networks.
Increasing global demands for minerals, pushed mining to go deeper and more challenging geotechnical conditions and stresses. Therefore, the importance of ground behaviour and stress monitoring is getting more attention to guarantee zero harm and stable mines. Monitoring ground behavior in underground mines, as well as surface mines have been used in the past few decades by various vibrating wire, MEMS and other types of instruments. The main challenge in these monitoring plans was using manual readouts or standalone data loggers which increase reading the required time for readings, and exposing technicians/engineers to the risk of being in area under monitoring. Presence of industry 4.0 provides the opportunity for these instruments to be connected, and record and transfer data remotely. Digital makes it possible to have data in near real time which enhance the quality of monitoring and decision making. In addition, digital added new technologies in monitoring solutions including laser and radar based technologies to remotely monitor mine sites and increase level of awareness. Geotechnical Instrumentation and Monitoring in Mining 4.0 book which will be published by CRC Press will provide a comprehensive technical and practical reference for the available technologies in monitoring underground and surface mines as well as tailing. This book will discuss inground and remote monitoring technologies that can monitor ground behaviour, movements, stresses, and detect major failures before the event in eight chapters. These chapters will include lots of case studies and data to make these technologies and applications clearer. The power of data analytics and AI tools in evaluating, analyzing and interpreting recorded data and digital twin tools for providing a powerful visualization and monitoring solution will be presented in the next two chapters. In the last four chapters, it will be discussed the application of presented technologies in surface mines, underground mines, tailings and mine railway networks.

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