Discrete Simulation and Animation for Mining Engineers

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General Purpose Simulation System (GPSS) is a special computer programming language primarily used to simulate what can be classified as discrete systems. A discrete system is one where, at any given instant in time, a countable number of things can take place. The basic operation of a mine itself can be considered such a system. Discrete Simulation and Animation for Mining Engineers explains how to model mining systems using GPSS/H(R) and PROOF(R) by Wolverine Software Corporation. Employing a unique approach that encourages engagement from the start, the text discusses animation first, and then slowly introduces simulation language. As each new topic is covered, an animation is provided to illustrate the key concepts. Leveraging valuable insight gained from the author's extensive experience modeling mines around the world, the book: * Describes how to apply discrete system simulation to mines * Shows how to make those simulations come alive with animation * Includes real-world examples and exercises that hone practical problem-solving skills Written by a mining engineer for mining engineers and students of mining, Discrete Simulation and Animation for Mining Engineers offers a comprehensive yet accessible treatment of mine simulation and animation useful in increasing the efficiency of industrial mining processes. "... essential reading for those mining companies thinking of improving, innovating and generally increasing their production - or at least finding where the bottlenecks are. ... very detailed and lays out the methodology for developing solutions to typical mining problems - truck/shovel interactions, truck haul cycles, queuing at dumps/hoppers/shovels - the bread and butter of cost reduction in mining." -Shane Bennett, PT Kaltim Prima Coal The book has the perfectly recognizable "Sturgul style". ... very well written book, specially entertaining and educational, but complete and professional at the same time. Anyone who wants to learn about simulation in mining should read this book. It is fantastic for students, but professional mining engineers at work will also find "precious ore" in the book to solve their real life problems." -Marcelino Cortina, COO at Treelogic (Spain) "... an interesting book to introduce new users in the computer simulation word. It clearly states the benefits of computer simulation and how it helps to answer questions about how different parameters values or small/big changes in the system can affect the final performance." -Veronica Gil-Costa, Universidad Nacional de San Luis, Argentina "Easy to read and understand. ... presented in the style that Dr. Sturgul would use in any of his Mining classes. ... step-by-step instructions are easy to follow." -Allen Cooper "... aimed at giving the reader profound insights into the simulation of discrete mining systems. Having many years of experience, Sturgul uses an entertaining and interactive approach to teaching simulation. Readers will enjoy solving real-life problems using the knowledge gained from reading this book." -Vladimir Borissenko, Commissioning Process Engineer, Bozshakol Mine, KAZ Minerals PLC "Highly applicable in the real world, very descriptive, easy to follow, and peaks the interest of the user yielding a double benefit. With this book the student is likely to both become interested in the industrial mining process while at the same time learn about it. ... an excellent tool to get students to understand and apply simulation in the mining process." -Mario Candia, Independent Consultant for Mining and Soil Mechanics "... knowledge worthy for all mining industry students and professionals. The presentation is flawless and exhaustive for both students, beginners, and practitioners of mining simulation and has a place in the history of cutting edge mining applications." -Paul AppiahWhat Is PROOF Animation? PROOF Animation Further Work Exercises Drawing a Layout Making a CLASS Making a Path Making the .ATF file The CREATE Command The PLACE Command The MOVE Command Study of TIME and SPEED Exercises More on Layouts I More on Layouts Making Curves Making Circles Moving the Grid Coordinates Changing the Colours of Objects Exercises More on Layouts II More on Paths Non-Closed Circular Paths The Snap to Option The DESTROY Command in PROOF Exercises Some PROOF Icons The SET Command and More PROOF Icons Other forms of the SET Command SET CLASS SET OBJECT More PROOF Icons: Navigating the Top Menu Bar Exercises More PROOF Icons More PROOF Icons: Navigating the Lower Menu Bar Exercises Introduction to the GPSS/H Simulation Language Introduction to GPSS/H Rules for Writing Code in GPSS/H Continuing a Line of Code Running a GPSS/H Program What You Will Need Running Programs Using the Command Prompt-Up to Windows Running Programs from Windows 7 and Higher Making Changes to a GPSS/H Program Giving Names in GPSS/H Another Example Free Format The SIMULATE Statement The END Statement Further Example Exercises The GENERATE Block and Transactions The GENERATE Block The Internal GPSS/H Clock Creating Transactions The B Operand A Word about Random Numbers Results of Simulation Programs More General Cases of the GENERATE Block The PRIORITY Block The TERMINATE Block The START Statement The CLEAR Statement The RMULT Statement Exercises ADVANCE and TRANSFER Blocks The ADVANCE Block A Caution in Writing Programs The TRANSFER Block Unconditional TRANSFER Mode The Conditional TRANSFER Block Exercises Making .ATF Files Making .ATF Files, PUTSTRING, BPUTSTRING, BPUTPIC, PUTPIC and Standard Numerical Attributes Exercises QUEUE/DEPART Blocks QUEUE/DEPART Blocks-Another PROOF Icon Another PROOF Icon Exercises SEIZE/RELEASE Blocks SEIZE and RELEASE Blocks Exercises Arithmetic in GPSS/H Ampervariables in GPSS/H Arithmetic in GPSS/H The LET Statement and the BLET Block Another Important SNA Exercises ENTER/LEAVE Blocks The ENTER and LEAVE Blocks Exercises Other Forms of the TRANSFER Block Several Other Forms of the TRANSFER Block Exercises The TEST Block The TEST Block The TEST Block in Refusal Mode TEST Block in Normal Mode Exercises Standard Numerical Attributes More on Standard Numerical Attributes Other SNAs Exercises Functions Functions Exercises Parameters Parameters The ASSIGN Block A Caution in Using the ADVANCE Block The ASSIGN Block in Increment or Decrement Mode The TRANSFER ,FN(label) Block General Form of the ASSIGN Block Exercises More on Parameters More on Parameters: The LOOP Block EQU Statement Exercises TABLES TABLES in GPSS/H The TABLE Statement The TABULATE Block Standard Numerical Attributes Associated with Tables The MARK Block Additional Tables Exercises LOGIC Switches and the GATE Block LOGIC Switches and the GATE Block Another Form of the TRANSFER Block Exercises Miscellaneous Statements DO LOOPS, IF, GOTO and LET Statements Exercises The SELECT and COUNT Blocks The SELECT and COUNT Blocks The COUNT Block Other forms of the SELECT and COUNT Blocks Exercises Variables and Expressions Variables and Expressions, Boolean Variables Exercises The BUFFER Block The BUFFER Block and the SPLIT Block Exercises The ASSEMBLY Block Assembly Sets and the ASSEMBLE Block The ASSEMBLE Block Exercises MATCH, GATHER, and PREEMPT Blocks MATCH, GATHER, and PREEMPT Blocks Exercises MACROs MACROs in GPSS/H Subroutines Exercises A Few More PROOF Icons A Few More PROOF Icons Exercises SAVEVALUES SAVEVALUES The SAVEVALUE Block The FIX and FLT Mode Conversion The INITIAL Statement Effect of RESET and CLEAR on SAVEVALUES


Szczegóły: Discrete Simulation and Animation for Mining Engineers - John Sturgul

Tytuł: Discrete Simulation and Animation for Mining Engineers
Autor: John Sturgul
Producent: Apple
ISBN: 9781482254419
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 600
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 1.45 kg


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Discrete Simulation and Animation for Mining Engineers

  • Producent: Apple
  • Oprawa: Twarda

General Purpose Simulation System (GPSS) is a special computer programming language primarily used to simulate what can be classified as discrete systems. A discrete system is one where, at any given instant in time, a countable number of things can take place. The basic operation of a mine itself can be considered such a system. Discrete Simulation and Animation for Mining Engineers explains how to model mining systems using GPSS/H(R) and PROOF(R) by Wolverine Software Corporation. Employing a unique approach that encourages engagement from the start, the text discusses animation first, and then slowly introduces simulation language. As each new topic is covered, an animation is provided to illustrate the key concepts. Leveraging valuable insight gained from the author's extensive experience modeling mines around the world, the book: * Describes how to apply discrete system simulation to mines * Shows how to make those simulations come alive with animation * Includes real-world examples and exercises that hone practical problem-solving skills Written by a mining engineer for mining engineers and students of mining, Discrete Simulation and Animation for Mining Engineers offers a comprehensive yet accessible treatment of mine simulation and animation useful in increasing the efficiency of industrial mining processes. "... essential reading for those mining companies thinking of improving, innovating and generally increasing their production - or at least finding where the bottlenecks are. ... very detailed and lays out the methodology for developing solutions to typical mining problems - truck/shovel interactions, truck haul cycles, queuing at dumps/hoppers/shovels - the bread and butter of cost reduction in mining." -Shane Bennett, PT Kaltim Prima Coal The book has the perfectly recognizable "Sturgul style". ... very well written book, specially entertaining and educational, but complete and professional at the same time. Anyone who wants to learn about simulation in mining should read this book. It is fantastic for students, but professional mining engineers at work will also find "precious ore" in the book to solve their real life problems." -Marcelino Cortina, COO at Treelogic (Spain) "... an interesting book to introduce new users in the computer simulation word. It clearly states the benefits of computer simulation and how it helps to answer questions about how different parameters values or small/big changes in the system can affect the final performance." -Veronica Gil-Costa, Universidad Nacional de San Luis, Argentina "Easy to read and understand. ... presented in the style that Dr. Sturgul would use in any of his Mining classes. ... step-by-step instructions are easy to follow." -Allen Cooper "... aimed at giving the reader profound insights into the simulation of discrete mining systems. Having many years of experience, Sturgul uses an entertaining and interactive approach to teaching simulation. Readers will enjoy solving real-life problems using the knowledge gained from reading this book." -Vladimir Borissenko, Commissioning Process Engineer, Bozshakol Mine, KAZ Minerals PLC "Highly applicable in the real world, very descriptive, easy to follow, and peaks the interest of the user yielding a double benefit. With this book the student is likely to both become interested in the industrial mining process while at the same time learn about it. ... an excellent tool to get students to understand and apply simulation in the mining process." -Mario Candia, Independent Consultant for Mining and Soil Mechanics "... knowledge worthy for all mining industry students and professionals. The presentation is flawless and exhaustive for both students, beginners, and practitioners of mining simulation and has a place in the history of cutting edge mining applications." -Paul AppiahWhat Is PROOF Animation? PROOF Animation Further Work Exercises Drawing a Layout Making a CLASS Making a Path Making the .ATF file The CREATE Command The PLACE Command The MOVE Command Study of TIME and SPEED Exercises More on Layouts I More on Layouts Making Curves Making Circles Moving the Grid Coordinates Changing the Colours of Objects Exercises More on Layouts II More on Paths Non-Closed Circular Paths The Snap to Option The DESTROY Command in PROOF Exercises Some PROOF Icons The SET Command and More PROOF Icons Other forms of the SET Command SET CLASS SET OBJECT More PROOF Icons: Navigating the Top Menu Bar Exercises More PROOF Icons More PROOF Icons: Navigating the Lower Menu Bar Exercises Introduction to the GPSS/H Simulation Language Introduction to GPSS/H Rules for Writing Code in GPSS/H Continuing a Line of Code Running a GPSS/H Program What You Will Need Running Programs Using the Command Prompt-Up to Windows Running Programs from Windows 7 and Higher Making Changes to a GPSS/H Program Giving Names in GPSS/H Another Example Free Format The SIMULATE Statement The END Statement Further Example Exercises The GENERATE Block and Transactions The GENERATE Block The Internal GPSS/H Clock Creating Transactions The B Operand A Word about Random Numbers Results of Simulation Programs More General Cases of the GENERATE Block The PRIORITY Block The TERMINATE Block The START Statement The CLEAR Statement The RMULT Statement Exercises ADVANCE and TRANSFER Blocks The ADVANCE Block A Caution in Writing Programs The TRANSFER Block Unconditional TRANSFER Mode The Conditional TRANSFER Block Exercises Making .ATF Files Making .ATF Files, PUTSTRING, BPUTSTRING, BPUTPIC, PUTPIC and Standard Numerical Attributes Exercises QUEUE/DEPART Blocks QUEUE/DEPART Blocks-Another PROOF Icon Another PROOF Icon Exercises SEIZE/RELEASE Blocks SEIZE and RELEASE Blocks Exercises Arithmetic in GPSS/H Ampervariables in GPSS/H Arithmetic in GPSS/H The LET Statement and the BLET Block Another Important SNA Exercises ENTER/LEAVE Blocks The ENTER and LEAVE Blocks Exercises Other Forms of the TRANSFER Block Several Other Forms of the TRANSFER Block Exercises The TEST Block The TEST Block The TEST Block in Refusal Mode TEST Block in Normal Mode Exercises Standard Numerical Attributes More on Standard Numerical Attributes Other SNAs Exercises Functions Functions Exercises Parameters Parameters The ASSIGN Block A Caution in Using the ADVANCE Block The ASSIGN Block in Increment or Decrement Mode The TRANSFER ,FN(label) Block General Form of the ASSIGN Block Exercises More on Parameters More on Parameters: The LOOP Block EQU Statement Exercises TABLES TABLES in GPSS/H The TABLE Statement The TABULATE Block Standard Numerical Attributes Associated with Tables The MARK Block Additional Tables Exercises LOGIC Switches and the GATE Block LOGIC Switches and the GATE Block Another Form of the TRANSFER Block Exercises Miscellaneous Statements DO LOOPS, IF, GOTO and LET Statements Exercises The SELECT and COUNT Blocks The SELECT and COUNT Blocks The COUNT Block Other forms of the SELECT and COUNT Blocks Exercises Variables and Expressions Variables and Expressions, Boolean Variables Exercises The BUFFER Block The BUFFER Block and the SPLIT Block Exercises The ASSEMBLY Block Assembly Sets and the ASSEMBLE Block The ASSEMBLE Block Exercises MATCH, GATHER, and PREEMPT Blocks MATCH, GATHER, and PREEMPT Blocks Exercises MACROs MACROs in GPSS/H Subroutines Exercises A Few More PROOF Icons A Few More PROOF Icons Exercises SAVEVALUES SAVEVALUES The SAVEVALUE Block The FIX and FLT Mode Conversion The INITIAL Statement Effect of RESET and CLEAR on SAVEVALUES

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Szczegóły: Discrete Simulation and Animation for Mining Engineers - John Sturgul

Tytuł: Discrete Simulation and Animation for Mining Engineers
Autor: John Sturgul
Producent: Apple
ISBN: 9781482254419
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 600
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 1.45 kg


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