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What is Categories of Reserves

Handbook of Research on Engineering Education in a Global Context
?, ?, ?1, ?2. Reserves of categories A and B are geologically the most detail investigated deposits of operating mines where the current or prior operational prospecting by underground drilling has been fulfilled. Reserves of category C1 are the basic category created by detail prospecting which are used together with A and B for compilation of mine projects, estimation of profitability of ores refinement. Reserves of category C2 are amassed on the flanks of deposits of rich cupriferous ores and deep mines. Besides balance and off-balance reserves in deposits and ore regions ??? the forecasted recourses of categories P1, P2 and P3 are estimated.
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Practice-Oriented Approach to the Study of Economics to Students of Engineer-Geological Specialties: Using the Example of Solving a Task Concerning the Processing of Technogenic Mineral Resources
Vadim Vitalievich Ponkratov (Financial University Under the Government of the Russian Federation, Russia), Andrey Sergeevich Pozdnyaev (Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia), Tatiana Alekseevna Bloshenko (Financial University Under the Government of the Russian Federation, Russia), and Alena Fedorovna Kireyeva (Belarus State Economic University, Belarus)
Copyright: © 2019 |Pages: 11
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-3395-5.ch020
Practice-oriented models are essential when teaching economics to engineering students. This chapter will discuss how to set and solve the applied scientific task of processing technogenic mineral reserves. Tools will be offered relating to engineering geological, economic, and mathematical sciences, as well as to form a group of students with various specialties. Experiments will aim to find solutions to these tasks with a generalized gradient method. This chapter will use evolutionary algorithms to calculate ad valorem MET rates. Technogenic raw materials are of economic interest to extract valuable components and produce finished goods. Often, the content of valuable components in technogenic deposits (TD) exceeds the content in natural fields. While secondary mineral resources harm the ecosystem, it is impossible to prevent environmental risks due to the lack of subsoil use. Differentiated rates will be selected based on maximum MET capacity on all valuable components extracted from deposits provided that each deposit is considered an investment project for the stated problem.
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