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Mining engineering is an engineering discipline that applies science and technology to the extraction of minerals from the earth. Mining engineering is associated with many other disciplines, such as geology, mineral processing and metallurgy, geotechnical engineering and surveying.

Mining engineers are involved in the mineral discovery stage by working with geologists to identify a mineral reserve. The first step in discovering an ore body is to determine what minerals to test for. Geologists and engineers drill core samples and conduct surface surveys searching for specific compounds and ores. For example, a mining engineer and geologist may target metallic ores such as galena for lead or chalcopyrite for copper. A mining engineer may also search for a non-metal such as phosphate, quartz, or coal.

SUBSIDENCE PREDICTION 3D - NUMERICAL SIMULATION COAL PILLAR DESIGNING FEASIBILITY EVALUATION OF PARTIAL EXTRACTION OF COAL PILLARS
ARCHITECTURE AND EMBEDDED SYSTEMS ROCK BOLT SUPPORT DESIGN OF UNDERGROUND MINES LONGWALL PANEL SIMULATION
SLOPE STABILITY ANALYSIS PLANNING OF DRAGLINE OPERATION IN OPENCAST EFFECT OF BLAST VIBRATION ON DUMP STABILITY
BLASTING AND FRAGMENTATIONMINE WASTE DUMP STABILITY ANALYSIS HAUL ROAD DESIGN EVALUATION OF GEO- ENVIRONMENTAL AND GEO-TECHNICAL PROPERTIES OF COAL
PREDICTION OF DRAINAGE QUALITY AND WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN COAL CHARACTERIZATION AND ESTIMATION OF RESPIRABLE PARTICULATE IN OPENCAST FLY-ASH UTILIZATION