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Robert A. Hall

NBK Institute of Mining Engineering, Faculty of Applied Science

Name: Robert A. Hall
Title: Associate Dean Engineering Students; Director: Mine Automation/Environmental Simulation Laboratory (MAESL)
Degrees: B.Sc. University of New Brunswick, M.Sc. (Mechanical Engineering) Queen's University, Ph.D. (Mining Engineering) Queen's University
Office: 511 Frank Forward
Phone: (604) 822-0066
Fax: (604) 822-5599
Email: robhall@mining.ubc.ca

Research Interests

  • Equipment: maintenance, automation, reliability and design and mine ventilation
  • Mine information systems and the use of their data for the optimization of mine production and equipment management
  • Investigation into equipment size related factor on the mine
  • Analysis of automation effects on diamond drill reliability and availability using simulation
  • Comparison of competing open pit equipment designs

Current Research

  • Investigation into equipment size related factor on the mine.
  • Analysis of automation effects on diamond drill reliability and availability using simulation.
  • Comparison of competing open pit equipment designs

Publications

Please see Department's Personal Webpage for a list of publications

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