Modern conveyor transportation and prospects for its use in hydraulic construction
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To reduce substantially the personnel nees.
To lower significantly the transportation costs for delivery of earth-rock materials to construction sites and to concentrating plants processing nonmetallic mateirals (rubble, gravel, and sand);
To reduce the need for trucks, by replacing them with conveyors;
To increase the rate of delivery of earth-rock materials from quarries for dam, construction and, consequently, to reduce the times of completion.
To reduce the volume of housing, cultural-welfare, and auxiliary-subsidiary construction in owing to the lower needs for personnel in conveyor transportation;
To eliminate the need for constructing a large number of roads with rigid pavements for large-capacity dump trucks;
To raise the technical level of the earth-rock work.
KeywordsTransportation Gravel Power Generation Power Engineer Renewable Energy Source
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