Deep Resources Engineering

Open access

ISSN: 2949-9305

Deep Resources Engineering

Open access

Deep Resources Engineering is a gold open access, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the rapid publication and global dissemination of the latest findings in the field of deep engineering. The journal...

Deep Resources Engineering is a gold open access, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the rapid publication and global dissemination of the latest findings in the field of deep engineering. The journal bridges the gap between research scientists and engineers who work in diverse disciplines related to deep resources engineering. It also provides a forum for publishing high-quality papers that report cutting-edge research on the topic.

The journal mainly focuses on theories, methods, techniques, experiences and cases that are new in the field of deep resources engineering. Topics covered include, but are not limited to:

  • Geology for deep engineering: Hydrogeology and engineering geology; Structural geology; Deep resources exploration; Ore deposit detecting; Digital ore deposit; Crustal stress; Coring; Geological model; Mine thermal physics.
  • Deep metal mines: Deep open-pit mines; Deep mining method; Mining planning, design, sequence and optimization; mechanized mining and intelligent methods; Stope; Backfill; Rock burst; Large deformation; Mining-seismicity; Intelligent mining; Theoretical analysis and numerical modelling for mining; Instrumentation and monitoring; Site investigation for mining; In-situ and mining induced stress; Ground control; Pre-conditioning and de-stress techniques; Rockmass classification.
  • Rock mechanics for deep engineering: Deep rock and rockmass testing and instruments; Multiply field coupling process; Multiply phase flow; Dynamic and static rock mechanics; Novel numerical methods; Rupture dynamic response and transmission; Time-dependent behaviour; Micromechanics and multi-scale methods; Inverse analysis and stochastic methods; Fractured and porous media; Rock fracturing; Induced seismicity; Cap rock integrity; Reservoir simulation; Fault reactivation; Reactive transport; Rock-fluid interaction.
  • Excavation for deep engineering: Drilling, blasting, TBM tunnelling; Deep shaft, tunnelling and cavern; Theoretical analysis and numerical modelling for excavation; Instrumentation and monitoring for excavation; Support and ground improvement; Energy-absorbing bolt; Grouting; Shaft lining; Intelligent construction; Site investigation for excavation; Excavation for underground oil and gas storage; Excavation in geothermal energy exploration.
  • Safety and health for deep engineering: Ventilation & cooling; Physics and engineering of safety; Control and management techniques; Risk assessment, warning and mitigation; Emergency management and technology; Mine safety science and technology; Environment and sustainable development; Disaster-causing mechanisms; Instability analysis, evaluation and control; Maintenance and rehabilitation.

Society affiliation

Northeastern University (NEU) is situated in Shenyang, the central city of Northeastern China, and also has a campus in Qinhuangdao City, Hebei Province. Since its launch a century ago, NEU has formed a multi-disciplinary system that covers philosophy, economics, law, pedagogy, literature, science, engineering, management, art and other disciplines...

Northeastern University (NEU) is situated in Shenyang, the central city of Northeastern China, and also has a campus in Qinhuangdao City, Hebei Province. Since its launch a century ago, NEU has formed a multi-disciplinary system that covers philosophy, economics, law, pedagogy, literature, science, engineering, management, art and other disciplines. NEU is among the key universities listed in the Double First-Class University Plan, former 211 Project and 985 Project.
Opening to the world, NEU has established long-term academic cooperation with 219 universities and institutions in 36 countries and regions. To bring in more overseas talent from various disciplines, the university has set up four National Innovation Centers. In addition, more than 300 recognized overseas experts are invited to give lectures or participate in cooperative scientific research projects each year.
In 2020, the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) ranked NEU at 301-400th globally. The same rankings by subject placed NEU fourth in the world for Metallurgical Engineering, while Instrumental Science, Mining Engineering, Control Science and Engineering, and Computer Science and Engineering, were placed in the global top 100.
The Nonferrous Metals Society of China (NFSOC), founded on November 28, 1984, is a academic, scientific and non-profit social organization formed voluntarily by scientists and technicians of nonferrous metals related disciplines, enterprises and institutions. NFSOC is a first-level society led by China Association of Science and Technology (CAST), and its supporting unit is China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association (CNIA). NFSOC carries out commendation and reward, continuing education and training, and pays attention to personnel training and recommendation, such as the establishment of the China Non-ferrous Metals Industry Science & Technology Award, the organization of the Young Talents Promotion Project. NFSOC has applied to undertake the projects of various departments of CAST. NFSOC actively organized advanced seminars on mineral processing, metallurgy, materials, environmental protection and other research directions, and trained more than 1000 talents for enterprises and universities every year.
NFSOC carries out innovative projects to provide technical advisory services. NFSOC promotes the promotion and transformation of scientific and technological achievements to promote technological progress and technological docking of enterprises, and puts forward policy recommendations.
NFSOC is the main channel for contacts and academic exchanges in China's non-ferrous metal industry. It has established bilateral and multilateral exchanges and cooperative relations with more than 10 academic organizations in the United States, Russia, Canada, Germany, Japan and other countries. NFSOC has joined the International Copper Organizing Committee and the International Organizing Committee of lead and zinc at present.

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