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1. (WO2017058058) SHAFT SINKING MACHINE

Pub. No.:    WO/2017/058058    International Application No.:    PCT/RU2016/000645
Publication Date: Fri Apr 07 01:59:59 CEST 2017 International Filing Date: Thu Sep 29 01:59:59 CEST 2016
IPC: E21D 1/03
E21D 5/12
Applicants: OBSHCHESTVO S OGRANICHENNOY OTVETSTVENNOST'YU "SKURATOVSKIY OPYTNO-EXPERIMENTAL'NYY ZAVOD"
ОБЩЕСТВО С ОГРАНИЧЕННОЙ ОТВЕТСТВЕННОСТЬЮ "СКУРАТОВСКИЙ ОПЫТНО-ЭКСПЕРИМЕНТАЛЬНЫЙ ЗАВОД"
Inventors: ANTIPOV, Viktor Vasil'evich
АНТИПОВ, Виктор Васильевич
SMYCHNIK, Evgeniy Anatol'evich
СМЫЧНИК, Евгений Анатольевич
ANTIPOV, Yuriy Vasil'evich
АНТИПОВ, Юрий Васильевич
NAUMOV, Yuriy Nikolaevich
НАУМОВ, Юрий Николаевич
Title: SHAFT SINKING MACHINE
Abstract:
The invention relates to the field of mining, and more particularly to a process for constructing vertical mine shafts for mining operations. The technical result is an increase in the speed with which a machine can sink vertical mine shafts, by virtue of the application of a principle of "parallelism" in the shaft sinking process, which makes it possible to erect a reinforcing lining independently of the excavation process. The present shaft sinking machine comprises a rock breaking member and a member for handling the broken rock, which are mounted on a bottom frame. A device for erecting a reinforcing lining includes a mounting frame, the bottom part of which is provided, around the perimeter, with downwardly oriented stabilizing jacks that are capable of interacting with the bottom of the shaft. On the side surface of the mounting frame there are disposed sideways oriented thrusting jacks. The bottom frame is connected to the mounting frame by a row of suspension jacks disposed around the perimeter of the frame. The bottom frame is also provided with elements of rectilinear kinematic pairs for interacting with the stabilizing jacks of the mounting frame of the device for erecting a reinforcing lining. The bottom frame is disposed relative to the mounting frame such that the frames are able to approach one another during the operating process without coming into physical contact.