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  • IMPACT OF STANDARDIZATION ON CONSTRUCTION AND MINING ...

    Standardization of primary excavation equipment can be followed by locomotives, muck cars, agitators, concrete forms and jumbos. Standardization could lead to a ready market for used concrete forms. The main savings to the mining industry will be in better equipment, which gives the manufacturer the incentive to build better in a limited

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    • Standardization vs. normalization Data Mining Blog

      In the overall knowledge discovery process, before data mining itself, data preprocessing plays a crucial role. One of the first steps concerns the

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    • Alternatives For Handling Nonconsent in Joint Mining ...

      Alternatives For Handling Nonconsent in Joint Mining Operations Britton White, Jr., Mining Agreements (1979) Events of the past decade have confirmed forecasts of a pronounced increase in multiparty mining operations;1 and most of us have necessarily become familiar with many variations of agreements governing joint mining operations.

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    • New International Standard to reduce mining accidents ...

      New International Standard to reduce mining ... Organization for Standardization) ... can continue to improve across all operations in the mining ...

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    • Vibration-Related Disorders Induced by Mining

      ORIGINAL PAPER Vibration-Related Disorders Induced by Mining Operations and Standardization of Assessment Process S. Kunimatsu1* and K.

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    • Mining Wikipedia

      Mining operations usually create a negative environmental impact, both during the mining activity and after the mine has closed. Hence, most of the world's nations have passed regulations to decrease the impact. Work safety has long been a concern as well, and modern practices have significantly improved safety in mines.