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W artykule przedstawiono wyniki badań laboratoryjnych drobnoziarnistych odpadów wydobywczych wzmocnionych cementem. Badania wykonano w celu sprawdzenia ich przydatności do modernizacji istniejących obwałowań przeciwpowodziowych rzeki Wisły na km 87+600 – 103+000. Zaproponowano modernizację wału przez podwyższenie, za pomocą mieszanki odpadów wydobywczych i cementu portlandzkiego. Dla zaproponowanej konstrukcji przedstawiono wyniki obliczeń numerycznych współczynnika stateczności w programie MIDAS GTS N X dla podstawowego układu obciążeń oraz wyjątkowego układu obciążeń. Modelowano również sposób przepływu wody w korpusie wału podczas fali wezbraniowej o prawdopodobieństwie wystąpienia 0,1%. Do badań wykorzystano odpad wydobywczy o uziarnieniu od 0 do 2,0 mm z Zakładu Górniczego Sobieski we wschodniej części Górnośląskiego Zagłębia Węglowego. O dpad ten powstaje w wyniku przeróbki węgla. W pracy przedstawiono wyniki badań laboratoryjnych przeprowadzonych w L aboratorium Katedry Współdziałania Budowli z Podłożem Politechniki Krakowskiej. Wyznaczono właściwości fizyczne i mechaniczne odpadów pobranych z hałdy oraz tych samych odpadów wzmocnionych spoiwem cementowym. Wzmocnienie odpadów wydobywczych zastosowanych w modernizacji wału przeciwpowodziowego miało na celu zmniejszenie degradacji materiału pod wpływem warunków atmosferycznych oraz czynników mechanicznych.
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The utilization of mining waste is an important problem in Poland and Ukraine. The article presents one of the variants of waste mining in the quarry in Płaza. An analysis of the resource base of the deposit and their location at the area of Płaza deposit is carried out. The Płaza deposit is located in the western part of the Małopolskie province, in the entire Chrzanów commune. The Płaza deposit is constructed of Middle Triassic carbonates represented by the limestone-dolomite Olkusz Formation and the limestone-marlized Gogolin Formation. The deposit series lies on the dolomites of Röt age (Lower Triassic – Olenekian). The most valuable raw material was the pure limestone from the lower part of the Olkusz Formation, now almost completely exploited. The article presents the current state of mineable reserves of the deposit and their quality (chemical and physical characteristics). Moreover the article shows potential consumers of raw material and the possibility of extending the life of the mine work. According to the results of the environmental monitoring the ground and hydrogeological conditions were evaluated, the results of which allowed a more efficient use of the existing quarry area for mining waste disposal to be proposed. The paper presents a conceptual waste transport scheme, planned distribution and compaction of wastes belonging to the first, second and third group and then a surface reclamation. In view of the absence of similar decisions analogs, the consideration of the open-pit as a one solid geomechanical system functioning under the conditions of uncertainty is suggested. In order to examine the dynamics of the waste compaction process, some measures are foreseen to constantly observe their subsidence. The proposed measures for the synchronous disposal of mining waste in the worked-out area of the open-pit and the simultaneous mining operation in the quarry will allow the life cycle of the open-pit to be prolonged for 15–20 years.
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Significant quantities of coal sludge are created during the coal enrichment processes in the mechanical processing plants of hard coal mines (waste group 01). These are the smallest grain classes with a grain size below 1 mm, in which the classes below 0.035 mm constitute up to 60% of their composition and the heat of combustion is at the level of 10 MJ/kg. The high moisture of coal sludge is characteristic, which after dewatering on filter presses reaches the value of 16–28% (Wtot r) (archival paper PG SILESIA). The fine-grained nature and high moisture of the material cause great difficulties at the stage of transport, loading and unloading of the material. The paper presents the results of pelletizing (granulating) grinding of coal sludge by itself and the piling of coal sludge with additional material, which is to improve the sludge energy properties. The piling process itself is primarily intended to improve transport possibilities. Initial tests have been undertaken to show changes in parameters by preparing coal sludge mixtures (PG SILESIA) with lignite coal dusts (LEAG). The process of piling sludge and their mixtures on an AGH laboratory vibratory grinder construction was carried out. As a result of the tests, it can be concluded that all mixtures are susceptible to granulation. This process undoubtedly broadens the transport possibilities of the material. The grain composition of the obtained material after granulation is satisfactory. Up to 2 to 20 mm granules make up 90–95% of the product weight. The strength of the fresh pellets is satisfactory and comparable for all mixtures. Fresh lumps subjected to a test for discharges from a height of 700 mm can withstand from 7 to 14 discharges. The strength of the pellets after longer seasoning, from the height of 500 mm, shows different values for the analyzed samples. The values obtained for hard coal sludge and their blends with brown coal dust are at the level from 4 to 5 discharges. The strength obtained is sufficient to determine the possibility of their transport. At this stage of the work it can be stated that the addition of coal dust from lignite does not cause the deterioration of the material’s strength with respect to clean coal sludge. Therefore, there is no negative impact on the transportability of the granulated material. As a result of mixing with coal dusts, it is possible to increase their energy value (Klojzy-Karczmarczyk at al. 2018). The cost analysis of the analyzed project was not carried out.
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