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Original Paper

UDC 622.271(73):550.814 © I.V. Zenkov, Trinh Le Hung, Yu.A. Anischenko,E.V. Loginova,V.N. Vokin, E.V. Kiryushina,K.V. Raevich, A.A. Latyntsev, 2022

ISSN 0041-5790 (Print) • ISSN 2412-8333 (Online) • Ugol’ – Russian Coal Journal, 2022, № 4, pp. 24-27

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18796/0041-5790-2022-4-24-27





Zenkov I.V.1,2,3, Trinh Le Hung4, Anischenko Yu.A.2, Loginova E.V.2, Vokin V.N.1, Kiryushina E.V.1, Raevich K.V.1, Latyntsev A.A.1


1Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk, 660041, Russian Federation

2Reshetnev Siberian State University of Science and Technology, Krasnoyarsk, 660037, Russian Federation

3Federal Research Center for Information and Computational Technologies, Krasnoyarsk, 660049, Russian Federation

4Le Quy Don Technical University (LQDTU), Hanoi, 11355, Vietnam


Authors Information

Zenkov I.V.,Doctor of Engineering Sciences, Professor, Senior Researcher, e-mail: zenkoviv@mail.ru

Trinh Le Hung, PhD (Engineering), Associate Professor

Anischenko Yu.A., PhD (Economic), Associate Professor

Loginova E.V., PhD (Economic), Associate Professor

Vokin VV.N., PhD (Engineering), Professor

Kiryushina E.V., PhD (Engineering), Associate Professor

Raevich K.V., PhD (Engineering), Associate Professor

Latyntsev A.A., PhD (Engineering), Associate Professor



The article presents the results of studying the activities of a coal mining enterprise in the fuel and energy sector of Thailand. The remote monitoring and analytical calculations revealed the number of mining and transport machines operating in the coal strip mine.

Satellite observations over a multi-year period reveal a stable trend in the extraction and consumption of the mined coal.



Kingdom of Thailand, Fuel and energy sector, Coal deposits, Surface coal mines, Mining and transport vehicles, Thermal power plants, Earth remote sensing.



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The study was performed within the framework of international cooperation in expanding the use of remote sensing technologies


For citation

Zenkov I.V., Trinh Le Hung, Anischenko Yu.A., Loginova E.V., Vokin V.N., Kiryushina E.V., Raevich K.V. & Latyntsev A.A.Assessment of coal industry format in Thailand using satellite remote sensing data.Ugol’, 2022, (4), pp. 24-27. (In Russ.). DOI: 10.18796/0041-5790-2022-4-24-27

Paper info

ReceivedFebruary 3, 2022

Reviewed February 18, 2022

Accepted March 22, 2022


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