Journal of Mining Science

, Volume 53, Issue 4, pp 694–701 | Cite as

Variation in Energy and Production Data of Pneumatic Percussive Machines in the Uplands

  • V. E. Erem’yants
Science of Mining Machines


Under study is a production system composed of a power motor, compressor, pneumatic percussive machine and a treated medium. Based on the generalized theoretical and experimental data, the author relates productiveness of pneumatic percussive machines, energy intensity of rock breakage in the uplands with the rare atmosphere and elevation of the machine work site above sea level. The obtained results offer a reason-why approach to selection of the pneumatic percussive machine parameters for operation in the uplands.


Motor compressor plant pneumatic percussive machine rock breakage uplands atmospheric pressure efficiency productiveness energy intensity 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Kyrgyz-Russia Slavic University named after B.N. EltsinBishkekRussia

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