American Journal of Mining Engineering
Frequency: 2 Issues
Policy: Open Access & peer reviewed
Aim & Scope
American Journal of Mining Engineering is an interdisciplinary and refereed international journal that fosters innovative solutions to the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible exploration and extraction of mineral resources. It promotes feasible mining system design, development, and management, bringing together sustainable technologies, the people, and sound processes. It provides cross learning between various scientific and technological, as well as business and economics, disciplines.
Topics covered include
Exploration, mine planning/design, Drilling/blasting, Materials handling: excavation, haulage, disposal, Mining rock mechanics and mine ground control, Mine drainage, Process control/optimisation, mining systems simulation, Artificial intelligence, knowledge based systems, Information technologies, Mine mechanisation, automation, robotics, Reliability,, maintenance, overall performance of mining systems, Interaction between minerals/systems/people/other elements, Environmental impact assessment, sustainable development, Mineral economics, business systems, Risk assessment/management, health/safety.
Editor in Chief
Chen, Gang, University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA, (gchenalaska.edu)
Kolonja, Bozo, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Kumar, Uday, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Lassus, Mario Cedron, Catholic University of Peru, Peru
Mitri, Hani, McGill University, Canada
Mohanty, Manoj K., Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA
Abstracted & Indexed in
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1(1), 1(2), 2(1), 2(2)