SME Mining Engineering Handbook, Third Edition

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Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, 1992 - Mining engineering - 2394 pages
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This SME all-time bestseller 2-volume set is a classic. This comprehensive reference work distills the entire body of knowledge that characterizes mining engineering as a disciplinary field. While it may serve as a textbook for advanced students, its primary function is to provide professional practitioners with an authoritative reference and design source. More than 250 experts contributed to this text, which devotes attention to all branches of mining--metal, coal, and nonmetal--and to all locales of mining--surface, underground, and hybrid.

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its the best book in learning mining..

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A very educational book which i have learnt so much with the current job am taking. I find the book very helpful as a guide to my career development and more. Like the understanding of how the mine orperates and the production side of it, it sure is very helpful as a graduate.

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HOWARD L. HARTMAN, PhD, was Drummond Chair and professor of Mining Engineering at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.
JAN M. MUTMANSKY, PhD, is Professor Emeritus of Mining Engineering at Pennsylvania State University in University Park. The authors also coauthored Mine Ventilation and Air Conditioning, Third Edition (with R. V. Ramani and Y. J. Wang), published by Wiley.

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