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Prepared by : Asst. Prof. M. Fatih Can Date : 7.12.2010


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AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY

INSTITUTE OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCE

COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM


Course Code and Name:

MAD 607 Rock Blasting by Explosives and Applications in Mining

Department of :

Mining Engineering

Semester

Theoretic Hour

Practice Hour

Total

Hour

Credits

ECTS

Education Language

Type:

Compulsory/

Elective

I

3

0

3

3

6

Turkish

Elective

Prerequisite (s)

-

Instructor

Assist.Prof.Dr. Irfan Celal ENGIN

Mail: icengin@aku.edu.tr

Web:

Course Assistant

-

Mail :

Web :

Groups / Classes

One Group

Course Aim

To give theoretical information about drilling machines, types of explosives, firing elements, rock blasting theories, parameters affecting blasting, blasting design, evaluating the results of a blasting, cost analysis, environmental effects of blasting, blasting softwares, make practice by using the real blasting data.

Course Goals

Learning the breakage of the rock by explosives, drilling methods and equipments, explosive types, firing elements, and other auxiliary parts, blasting design parameters, cost analysis, environmental effects of blasting, softwares used in rock blasting.

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies


Ability to make decision in selection of required explosive in a mine, to make blasting design and cost analysis, to estimate the environmental effects of blasting operations, to use computer and various software in all these procedures.



Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts



Jimeno, C.L., Jimeno, E.L., Carcedo, F.J.A., 1995, Drilling and Blasting of Rocks, A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam, Brookfield, 345 sf.

Langefors, U., Kihlström, B., 1976, The Modern Techninque of Rock Blasting, 3rd edition, Jhon Wiley and Sons, New York 337 sf.

Olofsson, S.O., 1990 Applied Explosives Thechnology for Construction and Mining, Applex, Arla, Sweden, 304 sf.

Erkoç, Ö.Y., 1990, Kaya Patlatma Tekniği, Çelikler Matbaacılık, İstanbul, 164 sf.

Methods of Give a Lecture

Theoretical Explanations, Question/Answer Method



Assessment Criterias






If Avaible, to Sign (x)

General Average Percentage (%) Rate

1. Quiz

X

30

2. Quiz







3. Quiz







4. Quiz







Oral Examination







Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.)

X

20

Final Examination

X

50

Semester Course Plan

Week

Subjects

1

Place and importance of the drilling and blasting in engineering and mining, examples of various blasting practices

2

Rock breaking mechanisms by blasting, energy usage in blasting operation

3

Drilling operation, drilling equipments, comparison of drilling methods, open pit and underground drilling machines

4

Explosives, types, properties, producers, firing materials, properties, producers, blasting equipments

5

Effects of the rock mass quality on blasting, blasting design parameters, blasting geometry, determination of the specific charge and burden

6

Examples of blasting design, determination of drilling hole diameter, inclination of hole, spacing, under drilling, stemming, booster, delay time, column and bottom charge lengths

7

Determination of the performance of the blasting operation, efficiency determination methods, fragmentation evaluation methods, image analysis method in fragmentation calculation

8

Midterm

9

Cost analysis of drilling and blasting operation

10

Environmental effects of blasting operations, vibration and its general characteristics, estimation of the maximum particle velocity, precautions for lowering the vibration caused by blasting

11

Air shock and noise measurement, characterization, constructive damage criteria, evaluation of the ground vibration measurement results

12

Demonstration of the computer programs used in rock blasting operations

13

Assessment of the blasting data by using Delpat and JKSimBlast softwares, comparison with the real results

14

Presentations of the term projects

Relations with Course Department Advantages

Programme Advantages

Course Contribution

None

Partially

Full Contribution

1

An ability to use techniques, skills and modern tools necessary for mathematics, science and engineering practice







x

2

Be able to function competently in a laboratory setting, making measurements, operating technical equipment, critically examining experimental results, and properly reporting on experimental results







x

3

Demonstrate the ability to identify, formulate, and present creative solutions to technical problems in the fields of engineering technology







x

4

Be able to use modern computational tools for technical problem solving, including scientific calculators, computers, and appropriate software.




x




5

An ability to describe, solve, formula and solve the engineering problems







x

6

An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility




x




7

An ability to teaching to individual and groups with doing and showing related their field subjects







x

8

Demonstrate industrial applications on site with doing with technical trips and training courses




x




9

An ability to entrepreneurship, organization and cooperation with other workgroups




x




10

Recognize the need for life-long learning and possess the skills to maintain and improve technical and non-technical abilities







x













x

Prepared by : Assist.Prof.Dr. Irfan Celal ENGIN Date : 12.09.2010


EK-4

AFYON KOCATEPE UNIVERSITY

INSTITUTE OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCE

COURSE IDENTIFICATION FORM


Course Code and Name:

MAD 608 Engineering Data Analysis

Department of :

Mining Engineering

Semester

Theoretic Hour

Practice Hour

Total

Hour

Credits

ECTS

Education Language

Type:

Compulsory/

Elective

II

3

0

3

3

6

Turkish

Elective

Prerequisite (s)

-

Instructor

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ali Sariisik

Mail: sariisik@aku.edu.tr

Web: www.aku.edu.tr

Course Assistant

-

Mail :

Web :

Groups / Classes

Single Group

Course Aim

Presentation of simulation techniques and theoretical approaches to mining, mining projects, capacity determination, cost analysis, to determine the optimum design of business

Course Goals

Two-dimensional and three-dimensional detail examination of theoretical approaches tensörlerinin compressive strength, compressive strength characteristics of the hyperbolic-functional approaches on practice and rock stress systems iterasyonel models, numerical analysis algorithms. As a result of laboratory analysis of rock mechanics data sets obtained from the analysis of numerical data in order to determine the optimum boundaries of usability principles, linear, polynomial, exponential and logarithmic distribution index, data reviews, practical applications.

Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies


To apply the existing theoretical approaches and develop new theories, Combine science and imagination, Life-long learning a habit of winning,



Course Basic and Auxiliary Contexts



Sentürk, A. Gündüz, L. Tosun Y.I. and Sariisik, A. Marble technology (in Turkish). Isparta, Turkey: Tugra Press; 1996.


Sariisik, A. Variation Characteristics in the environment interaction and physico-mechanic properties of calcium carbonate marbles. Ph.D. Thesis. S.D.Ü. Institute of Sciences Department of Mine Engineering. Isparta:1998.


Choquette, P.W. Pray, L.C., Geologic nomenclature and classification of porosity in sedimentary carbonates. AAPG Bulletin 1970: 54: 207-250


Koichi, A., Petrophysical Approach to Origin of Porosity of Carbonate Rocks in Middle Carboniferous Windsor Group. Nova Scotia. Canada AAPG Bulletin: 1973:57


Duran, O., Şengündüz, N., Carbonate Rocks and Reservoir Characteristics. TPAO. Eğitim Yayınları. Ankara 1993:24:133


Graybill, F.A., An Introduction to Linear Statistical Models. vol. 13. The Statistician: 1963:160- 161


Mendenhall W. Introduction to Linear Models and the Design and Analysis of Experiment, Belmont, Calif, Wadsworth: 1968.


Methods of Give a Lecture

Theoretical Explanations, Question/Answer Method



Assessment Criterias






If Avaible, to Sign (x)

General Average Percentage (%) Rate

1. Quiz

X

40

2. Quiz







3. Quiz







4. Quiz







Oral Examination







Practice Examination (Laboratory, Project etc.)







Final Examination

X

60

Semester Course Plan

Week

Subjects

1

Simulation techniques for mining,

2

Theoretical approaches, presentation,

3

Mining projects, capacity determination

4

Cost analysis

5

Determination of optimal business design

6

Two-and three-dimensional analysis of compressive strength tensörlerinin theoretical approaches in detail

7

Compressive strength characteristics of the functional approaches

8

Quiz

9

Iterasyonel models, numerical analysis of hyperbolic-on practice,.

10

The rock stress systems, algorithms,

11

Data sets obtained from laboratory analysis of rock mechanics to determine the optimum boundaries of usability

12

Principles of numerical analysis of the data, as

13

Linear, polynomial, exponential and logarithmic distribution index data reviews,

14

Practical applications

Relations with Course Department Advantages

Programme Advantages

Course Contribution

None

Partially

Full Contribution

1

An ability to use techniques, skills and modern tools necessary for mathematics, science and engineering practice







X

2

Be able to function competently in a laboratory setting, making measurements, operating technical equipment, critically examining experimental results, and properly reporting on experimental results







X

3

Demonstrate the ability to identify, formulate, and present creative solutions to technical problems in the fields of engineering technology




X




4

Be able to use modern computational tools for technical problem solving, including scientific calculators, computers, and appropriate software.







X

5

An ability to describe, solve, formula and solve the engineering problems







X

6

An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility




X




7

An ability to teaching to individual and groups with doing and showing related their field subjects




X




8

Demonstrate industrial applications on site with doing with technical trips and training courses







X

9

An ability to entrepreneurship, organization and cooperation with other workgroups




X




10

Recognize the need for life-long learning and possess the skills to maintain and improve technical and non-technical abilities







X
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