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Publisher: Enfield, NH : Science Publishers, c 2009.
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Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
ISBN: 9781578086771 1578086779 9781578086788 1578086787 9781578086795 1578086795
OCLC Number: 465868506
Notes: "Ninth International Mine Ventilation Congress, India, 2009"--Cover.
Description: 2 volumes : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: VOLUME I: I. DESIGN OF MINE VENTILATION SYSTEMS: Unlocking of Additional Value in Exhaust Ventilation Shafts: Revision of Design Parameters and their Influence on Mine Planning; Design of Ventilation System for Reducing the Radiation Dose Level in Indian Uranium Mines; Ventilation Design of the Deep MLZ Block Cave Mine; The Growing use of Hazardous Primary Ventilation Systems in Hardrock Mines; Development of Ventilation Practices in Indian Mines; Ventilation Upgrades at the Red Lake Complex; Ventilation on Demand at Gwalia Gold Mine; A Critique of Existing Ventilation System under Downhill Coal Mining Conditions; Ventilation on Demand (VOD): Systems used by Boliden Mineral AB, Kristineberg Mine, 1987 2008; Installation and Commissioning of New Primary Fans at Barrick s Kanowna Belle Mine, Kalgoorlie, Australia II. MINE EXPLOSIONS AND OTHER EMERGENCIES: Explosion Pressure Design Criteria for Seals in U.S. Coal Mines An Update on Work at NIOSH; The Evolution of Sealing Practice under the Principles of Risk Assessment Criteria Appropriate to Individual Mines; Mitigating Coal Dust Explosions in Modern Underground Coal Mines; Evolution of Escape and Rescue Strategy Legislation and its Implementation in South African Underground Coal Mines; Experimental Study on Explosion Suppression of Vacuum Chamber at different Positions along a Tunnel; Modeling of Gaseous Explosions in Confined and Unconfined Volumes III. HEAT AND MINE AIR: Refrigeration and Cooling Design Case Study: Palabora Mining Company; Evaluation of Future Refrigeration for the Enterprise Mine, Mount Isa; The Influence of Different Mining Clothing Ensembles on Body Heat Storage and Core Temperature Regulation during Physical Work; Refrigeration Requirement in High-Performance Longwall Faces; Largest Refrigeration Plate-and-Shell Heat Exchangers in the World Installed on a South African Mine; Assessing the Work Intensity of Mine Rescue Activities and its Relevance in Applying Heat Stress Management Protocols; Aspects of Heat Recovery Systems in Underground Mine Ventilation Systems; Methods for Improving Thermal Work Conditions in Polish Coal Mines IV. SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION: Numerical Study on Spontaneous Combustion of Coal in U.S. Longwall Gob Areas; Classification of Coal Seams with respect to their Spontaneous Heating Susceptibility using K-Means Clustering; Emerging Techniques for Prevention of Spontaneous Combustion and Energy Optimisation in Ventilation Systems in Indian Coal mines with reference to the Singareni Collieries Company Limited; Application of CPT Method in Coal Mining in the Czech Republic; The Oxidation Kinetics Test Method for the Propensity of Coal to Spontaneous Combustion; Thickener with Ability to Suspend Sand for Preventing Spontaneous Combustion of Coal and its Application; Experimental Study of Measuring the Oxidation Heat Release Intensity of Coal at Low Temperature; Modelling Spontaneous Combustion of Coal in the Gob Area of a Longwall Face; Effect of Pre-Treatment of the Coal on its Oxidation Behaviour; Oxygen Physisorption Characteristics of Coal V. MINE FIRES: NIOSH Mine Fire Research in the United States; Inertisation of Mine Fires for South African Collieries-A Business Case; Jharia Mine Fire: Challenges and Strategies; Experiments and Computer Simulation of the Behavior of Ventilation Air around Shafts during a Mine Fire; Studies on Open Fires under Varied Airflow at CIMFR Experimental Mine Fire Gallery; Control of Fire by Dynamic Balancing of Pressure and Infusion of Nitrogen Foam at Haripur Colliery, Raniganj Coalfield, India - A Case Study VI. METHANE DRAINAGE: Optimised Degasification and Ventilation for Gassy Coal Mines Development of an Enhanced Gas Recovery Field Trial for Coal Mine Gas Drainage; Developments in Coal Mine Methane Drainage and Utilisation in Australia; The Capture and Extraction of Underground Methane at Beatrix Gold Mine for the Generation of Electrical Power; Coal Reservoir Parameters and their Effect on Gas Emissions Related to Coal Mines; Migration of Methane into Longwall and Tailgate Crossing; The Surface Extraction of Pressure-Relief Gas from Outburst Coal Seams with the Technology of Protective Seam VII. METHANE EMISSION MODELING AND CONTROL: Reservoir Engineering Considerations for Coal Seam Degasification and Methane Control in Underground Coal Mines; Influence of Depth of Exploitation on Intensity of the Mining Tremors and Increase of the Methane Hazard; Prediction of Methane Emissions into Longwall Workings during Mining by means of a Cutter-Loader; Method of Determination of Methane Concentration in Goaf; Safety Criteria of Longwalls Extracted in Gassy Seams VOLUME - II : VIII. COAL BED METHANE AND RELATED ISSUES: Coal Mine Methane Ventilation Air Emissions: New Mitigation Technologies; Quantification of Ventilation Air Methane and its Utilization Potential at Moonidih Underground Coal Mine, India; Ventilation Air Methane Emissions: Mitigation and Utilization under Indian Mining Scenario; Geostatistical Modelling for Estimation of Gas-in-Place and Coal Bed Methane Potentiality in Parts of Bhagaband Area, Jharia Coalfield, Jharkhand; Simulation and Laboratory Investigation on Efficient Extraction of Methane from CBM Reservoir; Estimation of Coal Bed Permeability from a Gondwana Coalfield, India IX. NETWORK AND SYSTEM ANALYSIS: Estimation of Shock Loss Coefficient Values for Mine Ventilation Configurations using CFD Simulations; Experimental Studies on Evasee Design Modifications to Optimise its Dimensions; CFD Modeling of Airflow Distribution around a Room-and-Pillar Mining Face Area; The Reliability of Ventilation Networks; Numerical Simulation and Experimental Research on Loss of Energy in Main Fan Diffuser Outlet; Simulation of Diffusion using Discrete Points Movement Method and Effect of Dead Space Volume in Mine Ventilation Airways; Numerical Modeling of Diffusion Phenomena in Narrow Vein Mine Stope from Field Measurement and Scaled Laboratory Model; A Numerical Study on the Prediction of the Indoor Environment of an Underground Shopping Center X. FANS AND FACE VENTILATION: Application of Fibreglass Reinforced Plastic Blades in Main Mine Ventilation Fans: An Innovative Concept of Energy Saving; Main Fan Energy Management - Actual Savings Achieved; Guidelines for Installing and Operating Booster Fans in Underground Mines; A Numerical Study on the Flow and Heat Transfer Characteristics of Underground Auxiliary Ventilation Systems; Computational Flow Analysis for Optimal Diameter and Arrangement of Air Duct XI. DUST GENERATION AND CONTROL: Field Evaluations of SIUC Continuous Miner Chassis Spray System for Dust Control: An Overview; An Overview of Fundamental and Emerging Technologies to Monitor and Control Respirable Dust in Underground Coal Mines in the United States; Influence of Section Return Dust Levels as an Exposure Indicator and Assessment Parameter of Engineering Control in Coal Mines; A Comprehensive Field Demonstration of the JoyTM Wet-Head Miner: Part II - Dust Control; SIUC Dust Control Research in Coal Mining 2002-2008: An Overview; Controlling Quartz in Dust at a Coal Mine in the Midwestern USA: A Case Study XII. DIESEL EMISSION: Real-Time DPM Ambient Monitoring in Underground Mines; Diesel Emissions Research for Underground Mines A Canadian Perspective; Experience and Evaluation of Innovative Diesel Particulate Filter System at Vale Inco; Real-Time Measurement of Diesel Particulate Matter in Underground Mines; Reconstruction of Diesel Emissions Distribution Based on an Isolated Zone Experiment by using CFD Method; Controlling and Monitoring Diesel Emissions in Underground Mines in the United States; An Overview of Diesel Emissions Control at Freeport McMoRan s Block Cave Operations XIII. MONITORING AND CONTROL: Application of a Real-Time Underground Monitoring System; The Need for a Tube Bundle System for an Effective Mine Gas Monitoring System; Why in spite of the Highly Developed Environmental Monitoring Systems Disasters in Mines still Occur?; Monitoring Air Parameters and Computer Simulation to Fight Fire Hazard in Longwall Caving; Mine Ventilation Control: Phased Integration for Sustained Gains; Gas Sensing based on Optical Fibre Coupled Diode Laser Spectroscopy: A New Approach to Sensor Systems for Safety Monitoring; New Concept of Environmental Hazards Monitoring in Coal Mines; Innovative Ventilation Control Devices for Metalliferous Mines in Australia; Dynamic Membrane Seals and Stoppings; 20 Years of Onsite Gas Chromatographs at Queensland Underground Coalmines XIV. RADIATION AND SPECIAL TOPICS: The Effect and Justification of Changing Ventilation Design Criteria; Radiological Safety Aspects of Low Grade Uranium Mine in India; Modelling of Effect of Underground Coal Gasification on Surface Temperature; Gas Adsorption Capacity to Evaluate CO2 Sequestration Potential in Quangninh Coalfield, Vietnam; Controlled Recirculation in Auxiliary Ventilation of Underground Coal Mines - A Mathematical Approach; A Comprehensive Field Demonstration of the JoyTM Wet-Head Miner: Part I (Productivity, Bit Life and Methane Dispersion)
Responsibility: editor, D.C. Panigrahi.


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