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Diddens, Zef (author)
An investigation in the possibility to integrate fleet selection (through FPC) in the mine design process, allowing for the analysis of various potential haul road scenarios and from there being able to make a decision on an optimal fleet selection.
master thesis 2019
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Sickler, Femke (author)
The air cargo market is experiencing momentous developments that may impact strongly on future trends. A consolidation shift has been observed, by more integration of the supply chain. Integrators engage in forwarding, forwarding agents operate their own aircraft and airlines bypass the forwarding agents, by striking direct structural deals with...
master thesis 2018
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Kox, Marlotte (author)
Trolley assist is a system in which haul trucks in open pit mines are propelled by electric energy along a designated haul road segment. This can lead to high savings on fuel costs, productivity, CO2 emission and engine life, but is associated with limitations on mine planning. The purpose of this thesis is to determine how trolley assist can be...
master thesis 2017
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Koivisto, Mikko (author)
A current trend in mining is towards lower grade deposits when easy to access mineral deposits are depleted in the world. Therefore, to make the current deposits accessible, a cost of mining need to be economic. Costs can be decreased in equipment and mine planning to maximize the availability and utilization of equipment for example by...
master thesis 2017
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Kühne, M. (author)
master thesis 2015
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