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Title: Construction of a mathematical model for the extraction of mineral raw materials
Authors: Tsapleva, V. V.
Цаплева, В. В.
Masyutina, G. V.
Масютина, Г. В.
Danchenko, I. V.
Данченко, И. В.
Keywords: Mineral raw materials;Mathematical model;Extraction of mineral raw materials
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: IOP Publishing Ltd
Citation: Tsapleva, V.V., Masyutina, G.V., Danchenko, I.V. Construction of a mathematical model for the extraction of mineral raw materials // IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science. - 2020. - Volume 613. - Issue 1. - Номер статьи 012154
Series/Report no.: IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
Abstract: This article discusses the Essentuki deposit, namely the Central area. The scheme of the field and the hydrogeological section are presented. The methodology of constructing a mathematical model for the extraction of mineral raw materials is shown. Namely, a flat-spatial mathematical model of the hydrolithospheric processes of the Essentuki groundwater deposit was recorded. In this case, the hydrolithospheric processes in aquifers are described by spatial models, and the processes in aquicludes by flat models. It also shows how to take into account the geological and hydrogeological structure of an object as much as possible when building a mathematical model. It is shown how the boundary conditions of the object are set. The physical parameters of the object and geometric data used in mathematical modeling are presented. The article presents the result of modeling the extraction of mineral raw materials from one layer. The stages of construction of control systems for the parameters of hydrolithospheric processes are considered
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12258/14880
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