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Top Coal Caving | Longwall | underground COAL

A brief description of longwall top coal caving (LTCC) is included at the end of the Longwall section of the Fundamentals of Coal Mining module of this web site. Despite the fact that there are numerous coal seams in Australia which are thick enough for LTCC to be used to increase recoveries, potentially at a reduced cost/tonne, there has been little application of the process

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Longwall Top Coal Caving,Top Coal Caving,Top Coal Caving ...

Longwall Top Coal Caving (LTCC) is a special designed longwall mining method for very thick seams (thickness is more than 4.5m) where good quality coal is being left because "conventional" longwall equipment has not yet been designed to operate

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Longwall Top Coal Caving | Introduction | underground COAL

Longwall Top Coal Caving. Longwall top coal caving (LTCC) is a special type of longwall mining applicable to very thick seams (greater than 4.5m) where good quality coal is being left because "conventional" longwall equipment has not yet been designed to operate successfully beyond around 5m mining height.

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Longwall Top Coal Caving,Top Coal Caving,Top Coal Caving ...

Longwall Top Coal Caving (LTCC) is a special designed longwall mining method for very thick seams (thickness is more than 4.5m) where good quality coal is being left because "conventional" longwall equipment has not yet been designed to operate

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Longwall Top Coal Caving (LTCC) technology - Yancoal

Longwall Top Coal Caving (LTCC) technology. Yancoal introduced the Longwall Top Coal Caving (LTCC) mining technology to Australia at its Austar mine in 2006. Developed in China, top coal caving uses a modified long wall mining system. LTCC allows the excavation of thick coal seams of 5 to 12 metres at one pass of the longwall machine ...

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Longwall Top Coal Caving | Introduction | underground COAL

Longwall Top Coal Caving. Longwall top coal caving (LTCC) is a special type of longwall mining applicable to very thick seams (greater than 4.5m) where good quality coal is being left because "conventional" longwall equipment has not yet been designed to operate successfully beyond around 5m mining height.

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Caving mechanisms of loose top-coal in longwall top-coal ...

01-10-2014 · The top-coal caving longwall mining is one of the major mining methods for extracting thick coal seams in China. The top-coal caving mining was estimated to have produced about 0.6 billion metric tons every year, accounts for 18% of underground coal mining in China .The major features of the top-coal caving mining are that a conventional longwall

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Longwall top coal caving design for thick coal seam in ...

01-02-2021 · Longwall mining is one of the most applicable and effective production methods for underground coalmines. Longwall mining is attractive for producers due to its high production rate (Galvin 2016).Mechanized longwall mining requires heavy machinery and equipment that are shearer for coal cutting, hydraulic shields for roof control, and armored face conveyor

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Longwall Top Coal Caving at the Broadmeadow Mine ...

14-05-2019 · The Broadmeadow mine was started using a longwall to extract coal at 4.7 m (15 ft) leaving the top section of the seam to fall into the gob. The adjacent open-cut mine has been mining the full seam section for more than 30 years, investigations and evaluations were made into the Top Coal Caving method and its suitability for the operation.

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Mining Safety of Longwall Top-coal Caving in China

53 Mining Safety of Longwall Top-coal Caving in China Jian Wu, 1 Yueping Qin, 1 and Minghua Zhai1 1China Univ. of Mining and Technology, 011# Xueyuan Road, Haidian Dist, Beijing 100083, P.R. of China; 2Zhangji Coal Mine, Xuzhou Mining Bureau, Xuzhou 221147, Jiangsu Province, P.R of China ABSTRACT Longwall top-coal caving technology has developed

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Stress analysis of longwall top coal caving - ScienceDirect

Longwall top coal caving (LTCC) is a relatively new method of mining thick coal seams that is currently achieving high productivity and efficiency in application, particularly in China. The technique is similar to traditional longwall mining in that a cutting head slices coal from the lower section of the coal seam onto a conveyor belt installed in front of the hydraulic support near

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Application of Longwall Top Coal Caving in Challenging ...

Since 1980’s, coal miners in China carried out a series of R&D campaigns on thick seam mining techniques; a few of methods were developed mature in technology and employed in production for thick-seam deposits. These methods include: Multi-Slice Longwall, High Reach Longwall (single slice) and Longwall Top Coal Caving (LTCC).

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Longwall Top Coal Caving (LTCC) Mining Technology

Longwall Top Coal Caving (LTCC) is a special designed longwall mining method for very thick seams (thickness is more than 4.5m) where good quality coal is being left because "conventional" longwall equipment has not yet been designed to operate

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Caving mechanisms of loose top-coal in longwall top-coal ...

01-10-2014 · The top-coal caving longwall mining is one of the major mining methods for extracting thick coal seams in China. The top-coal caving mining was estimated to have produced about 0.6 billion metric tons every year, accounts for 18% of underground coal mining in China .The major features of the top-coal caving mining are that a conventional longwall

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(PPT) Longwall top coal caving | Jatangi Anil - Academia.edu

LONGWALL TOP COAL CAVING Presented by: J. Anil M.Tech-219MN1581 Department of Mining Engineering, NIT Rourkela, Odisha INTRODUCTION Long wall top coal caving (LTCC) is the method of extraction for underground mining of thick seam, i.e. greater than4.5m. It uses a long wall setup and natural forces to aid in the winning of coal. With this method of coal

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Longwall Top Coal Caving Method - SlideShare

19-02-2014 · LTCC • Longwall Top coal Caving (LTCC) is a method of extraction for underground mining of thick seams. • It uses a longwall set-up and natural forces to aid in the winning of coal. 4. Problems Associated With Thick Seam Extraction • Underground Coal loss. • Heavy cost of supporting working places in productive faces.

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Application of Longwall Top Coal Caving in Challenging ...

Since 1980’s, coal miners in China carried out a series of R&D campaigns on thick seam mining techniques; a few of methods were developed mature in technology and employed in production for thick-seam deposits. These methods include: Multi-Slice Longwall, High Reach Longwall (single slice) and Longwall Top Coal Caving (LTCC).

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Longwall Top Coal Caving ~ Mining Engineering Science

26-05-2017 · Longwall top coal caving (LTCC) is a special type of longwall mining applicable to very thick seams (greater than 4.5m) where good quality coal is being left because "conventional" longwall equipment has not yet been designed to operate successfully beyond around 5m mining height.

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Longwall Mining | SpringerLink

03-02-2016 · Geotechnical considerations for longwall top coal caving at Austar Coal Mine (pp. 29–39). Paper presented at the Coal 2011: Coal operators’ conference, Wollongong, Illawarra Branch AusIMM. Google Scholar

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Viewpoint Mining Magazine - Longwall

Longwall Top-Coal Caving: A productive and efficient alternative. Longwall mining is one of the most productive ways to produce coal, but longwall mines have trouble efficiently mining seams higher than 6 m (19.6 ft). Longwall Top-Coal Caving can more than double the resource recovery rate of normal longwall equipment working in high seams.

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A Brief Comparison of Longwall Methods Used at Mining of ...

Figure 3. Multi-Slice Longwall (Xu, 2001) In comparison with top coal caving method, the slicing method is of lower output, higher production cost and less safety (Xu, 2001). From the economic point of view, investment costs for the panel in MSL are twice higher than at the LTCC method (Köse et. al., 1989). 2.3. The Longwall Top Coal Caving Method

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