At present self-sufficiency in mineral feedstock of the Russian economy has dropped significantly, with some types of mineral feedstock becoming extremely scarce after the collapse of the USSR.Analysis of mineral resource base of the companies of titanium-magnesium, chemical, paint and varnish and other sectors of industry, producing titanium products, has shown that these sectors have almost no titanium feedstock of their own production, even with account of titanium low consumption.The use of resource saving technologies instigates creation of new forward-looking methods for reproducing mineral resource base of the titanium industry by bringing new, unconventional types of extractable resources into the economic turnover and is one of main ways to increase the natural resource potential of the industry. A rational combination of modern highly productive machinery and resource saving technologies is the only possible way for the development of a number of valuable extractable resources, including titanium dioxide.The paper gives an overview of key aspects of the modern resource saving technologies for expansion of reproduction in the basic industries. An idea is put forward to recreate the titanium industry resource base in the Russian Federation based on the modern resource saving technologies. A classification of the modern resource saving technologies is proposed.

A ANALYSIS AND CLASSIFICATION OF RESOURCE SAVING TECHNOLOGIES FOR REPRODUCTION OF MINERAL RESOURCES OF TITANIUM INDUSTRY / Fedoseev, Sv; Sanneris, G; Tochilo, Mv. - In: ZAPISKI GORNOGO INSTITUTA. - ISSN 2411-3336. - 221:(2016), pp. 756-760. [10.18454/PMI.2016.5.756]

A ANALYSIS AND CLASSIFICATION OF RESOURCE SAVING TECHNOLOGIES FOR REPRODUCTION OF MINERAL RESOURCES OF TITANIUM INDUSTRY

Sanneris, G;
2016

Abstract

At present self-sufficiency in mineral feedstock of the Russian economy has dropped significantly, with some types of mineral feedstock becoming extremely scarce after the collapse of the USSR.Analysis of mineral resource base of the companies of titanium-magnesium, chemical, paint and varnish and other sectors of industry, producing titanium products, has shown that these sectors have almost no titanium feedstock of their own production, even with account of titanium low consumption.The use of resource saving technologies instigates creation of new forward-looking methods for reproducing mineral resource base of the titanium industry by bringing new, unconventional types of extractable resources into the economic turnover and is one of main ways to increase the natural resource potential of the industry. A rational combination of modern highly productive machinery and resource saving technologies is the only possible way for the development of a number of valuable extractable resources, including titanium dioxide.The paper gives an overview of key aspects of the modern resource saving technologies for expansion of reproduction in the basic industries. An idea is put forward to recreate the titanium industry resource base in the Russian Federation based on the modern resource saving technologies. A classification of the modern resource saving technologies is proposed.
2016
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756
760
A ANALYSIS AND CLASSIFICATION OF RESOURCE SAVING TECHNOLOGIES FOR REPRODUCTION OF MINERAL RESOURCES OF TITANIUM INDUSTRY / Fedoseev, Sv; Sanneris, G; Tochilo, Mv. - In: ZAPISKI GORNOGO INSTITUTA. - ISSN 2411-3336. - 221:(2016), pp. 756-760. [10.18454/PMI.2016.5.756]
Fedoseev, Sv; Sanneris, G; Tochilo, Mv
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