COST ANALYSIS IN CONSTRUCTION OF UNDERGROUND MINING STRUCTURES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR THEIR REDUCTION

Authors

  • Nikolinka Jordan Doneva Goce Delcev University, Faculty of natural and technical science, Stip
  • Zoran Despodov Goce Delcev University, Faculty of natural and technical science, Stip
  • Dejan Mirakovski Goce Delcev University, Faculty of natural and technical science, Stip
  • Marija Hadzi-Nikolova Goce Delcev University, Faculty of natural and technical science, Stip
  • Stojanče Mijalkovski Goce Delcev University, Faculty of natural and technical science, Stip

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17794/rgn%20zbornik.v30i2.3591

Abstract

The construction of underground mining facilities is of essential importance to the exploitation of mineral resources. Confirmation of this is the fact that the construction costs of main facilities occupy 40-60% of the underlying investments in the main constraction and equipping. The main underground mining facilities are: shafts, drifts, raise, pump chambers, warehouses etc. This paper presents detailed analysis of underground mining facility - drift constraction costs per individual working operations, following their change which depends on the rock type and profile size of underground mining facility, as well as possibilities of reducing these costs.

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Published

2015-09-18

How to Cite

Doneva, N. J., Despodov, Z., Mirakovski, D., Hadzi-Nikolova, M., & Mijalkovski, S. (2015). COST ANALYSIS IN CONSTRUCTION OF UNDERGROUND MINING STRUCTURES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR THEIR REDUCTION. Rudarsko-geološko-Naftni Zbornik (The Mining-Geological-Petroleum Bulletin), 30(2), 1–12. https://doi.org/10.17794/rgn zbornik.v30i2.3591

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Mining