In a new research project supported by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) and in close collaboration with KRUMMENAUER Anlagenbau GmbH and CAE Software and Systems GmbH, the Institute for Advanced Mining Technologies (AMT) at RWTH Aachen is developing a newly designed smart cutting drum with integrated sensors for real time material … Continue reading Smart Cutting Drum
The Real Time Mining project is an ongoing Horizon2020 project over four years (2015-2019) comprising of 14 project partners (among them TU Delft, TU Freiberg, Imperial College London, TNO Netherlands and various industry partners). As part of this project, the Institute for Advanced Mining Technologies (AMT) and other project partners have carried out research to … Continue reading Real Time Mining Project
With the increasing complexity of currently mined deposits, their depth and the long lead up time to first prodcution, and many more ecologic and economic factors traditonal mining methods come to their limits. There is a strong need to shift current economic boarders of excavation of raw materials. New, alternative fragmentation concepts play a very impottant role in this future development.
Since July 2017, the InnoCrush Project has been being implemented at TU Bergakademie Freiberg by an interdisciplinary research group, which consists of 11 junior researchers and 6 professors from 6 institutes of TU Bergakademie Freiberg. The project is aimed at the reduction of energy and material costs by increasing the selectivity along the strategic raw … Continue reading InnoCrush Project