Block caving: When real life doesn't happen like the animations

By: MacLean Engineering Views: 1713Downloads: 61
Author: Stuart Lister, Marketing Manager, MacLean EngineeringWhitepaper/Case Study

Drawpoint hang-ups represent significant impediments to getting the resource out of the ground in the safest, most expedient way, while oversize blocks of ore are tough for scoops to handle. So the business case for keeping the ore flowing is compelling. A MacLean blog post on addressing the gap between block caving animations and block caving real-life. www.macleanengineering.com

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