Simulation of robot mining technologies
1. Petri networks are effective in the simulational modeling of the dynamics of multioperational mining technologies with automatic and robot equipment.
2. The simulational-modeling system developed permits the solution of problems that do not yield to analytical methods: multicriterial choice of a technological system; spatial and temporal coordination of technological operations; reducing the idling time of equipment; estimating the viability of technologies; and choosing control methods and algorithms for automated and robot equipment.
KeywordsSimulational Modeling Mineral Resource Control Method Technological System Mining Technology
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