Faculty of Mining, Safety Engineering and Industrial Automation - Laboratories and equipment
Department of Electrical Engineering and Industrial Automation (RG 1) has developed the following computer programs for the industry:
· SNN 1.0 – program to assist the calculation of low-voltage mining power networks
· SWN 2.0 – program supporting the calculation of mining SN power networks
· TEG 3.1 – program supporting the design of electrical traction in mining
Department of Mining Mechanization and Robotisation (RG 2) has at its disposal the following research infrastructure:
· Test stand for the wear of tribological materials, used on machine and device elements in presence of mineral abrasives OR a lubricant in accordance with the PN-82/H-04332 standard
· Test stand for dynamic and oil properties of FZG gears
· Test stand for determining static and kinematic coefficient of external friction between materials
· Robotized workstation for scanning 3D heads/milling robots and other machine components for geometric measurement and Reverse Engineering,
· Workstation for measuring stereometry of mining machine working elements
· Robotized station for testing technology of knife holders automatic assembly on heads/bodies of milling machines,
· Experimental station to study the process of digging with roadheaders,
· Large Scale 3D Laser Scanning Kit (Geodetic Scanner),
· GOM Inspect Professional software,
· Geometric Design X software,
· RAD Studio Professional,
· Vision system for KUKA robot,
· Mobile test station for thickness measurement and axial runout of hoisting machine brake disk,
· Specialized mining pit signal recorder,
· Set for measuring loads in underground conditions,
· System for registering and processing measuring signals, along with CATMAN 32E operating system for data analysis and acquisition,
· Modified system for recording signals from the front machines, PKF 75 converter, PP 83 HDL converters, PP 83 HB transducers – current transformer.
Department of Safety Engineering (RG 3) has at its disposal the following calculating programmes:
Programs for statistical and econometric calculations:
· STATISTICA – STAT SOFT Poland
· KOREL – calculation of the full correlation matrix
· OPTF – determining the optimum function by correlation coefficients
· REGR – calculation of linear regression parameters
· REGF – calculation of linear regression parameters with choice of function form.
· PROGN – Regression analysis and forecast by extrapolation of regression functions.
· PBME – program for making econometric models.
· TAKS – Discrimination of a set of objects to similar subsets – method for stochastic taxonomy
· WAGI – Determining factors of relative importance – method of expert group evaluation.
· MDS – meter for work load structure dynamics
· MRGOS – Measure of economic development.
· NORMT – Testing the normality of decomposition.
· CPM – Analysis of activity network – CPM algorithm.
· PERT – Analysis of activity network – PERT method.
· GZLW – Program for grouping random variables using Fisher’s test.
· MDYST – Calculation of distance matrix.
· TBLST – Printing statistic tables: Student’s test, Chi-square test, Critical R.
· MDYSP – Calculation of dispersion measures.
· WZKOR – Drawing compound “y” correlation graph: yest=f(x).
Programs for mining companies:
· ANSYS FLUENT – program allows to conduct research related to fluid flows (liquids, gases) and related processes of combustion, explosion, radiation.
· DSE – Selection of operating systems.
· WPS – Calculation of wall production results.
· DOBKOMSC – Selection of wall complexes’ sets.
· DOBSPWEG – Selection of wall complexes’ equipment in coal mine corridors.
· DOBSPKAM – Selection of wall complexes’ equipment in stone corridors.
Department of Mining (RG 5) has at its disposal two well-equipped laboratories:
· Computer laboratory equipped with specialized software for development of geodesic and cartographic works and implementation of research, such as: AutoCAD software, ArcGIS, Statistica, MapSG, Ce-Geo, GEONET, Geolisp, EDNOPN mining deformation prediction software,
· Geodatical laboratory equipped with state-of-the-art surveying equipment from Japanese company Topcon, Swiss Leica, German Zeiss, Chinese South and Swedish-American Spectra Precision and Trimble (GPS), levellers, tachymeters, satellite receivers.
Department of Applied Geology (RG 6) has the following laboratories and equipment:
· Drill for dry and wet vertical drilling (max. drilling diameter: fi 168, max. drilling depth: 25m),
· UV/VIS DR 5000 HACHLANGE spectrophotometer,
· Magnum II ERTEC microwave mineralizer,
· ROTAX 6.8 rotary shaker,
· Multi Bio RS-24 programmable rotator with PRS-26 and PRS-10 platforms,
· pH, ORP and conductivity meters, DO-PORTAMESS,
· Volumetric sorption apparatus (pressure: 0-20 MPa, temperature: 20-80*C),
· Apparatus for flow testing on cores (Hassler cell),
· CFD simulation software.