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Heat-exchange calculations for the ventilation of dead-end galleries in deep coal mines

AnatoliЗђ Naumovich IAgel"skiЗђ

Heat-exchange calculations for the ventilation of dead-end galleries in deep coal mines

by AnatoliЗђ Naumovich IAgel"skiЗђ

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Published by Israel Program for Scientific Translations in Jerusalem .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mine ventilation

  • Edition Notes

    Statementtranslated from Russian.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN301 I1913
    The Physical Object
    Pagination107p.
    Number of Pages107
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17141992M

    The incidence of heat exhaustion during the year was cases / million man-hours. In February it was cases / million man-hours. The incidence rate ratio for mines operating below m compared with those operating above m was Mean estimated fluid intake was l/h Cited by: Final Dust Rule Ventilation Changes () for Underground Coal Mines The final rule makes several changes to the existing ventilation regulations applicable to underground coal mine that impact control of respirable coal mine dust. The major changes will be discussed below. You should read the entire final rule to ensure.

    ANALYSIS OF A VENTILATION NETWORK IN A MULTIPLE FANS LIMESTONE MINE by ALI HAGHIGHAT A THESIS Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of the MISSOURI UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MINING ENGINEERING Approved by Dr. Stewart Gillies, AdvisorAuthor: Ali Haghighat.   COAL-MINE VENTILATION FACTORS. The Bureau of Mines is fortunate in owning an experimental mine.s This mine has been developed in the Pittsburgh coal bed at Bruceton, near Pittsburgh, Pa., and allowed this investigation to be conducted in actual mine workings. The test work which forms the basis of theAuthor: Harold Putnam Greenwald, George Edward McElroy.

    Energy Revolution Full Author: Jose Rodriguez. downloads Views Currently there are almost 10 million workers in the global coal industry, and our calculations show that the solar photovoltaic industry could employ the same number of workers in only 15 years from now. and gigantic coal mines, which destroy ecosystems. Les Gutzwiller(*) expounds on the advantages of centrifugal fans for longwall ventilation, and for use in coal preparation plants Mining practices and the industry's fan application problems have changed dramatically over the last 70 years or so since J.R. Robinson authored a technical volume entitled Practical Mine Ventilation in


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Heat-exchange calculations for the ventilation of dead-end galleries in deep coal mines by AnatoliЗђ Naumovich IAgel"skiЗђ Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Heat-exchange calculations for the ventilation of dead-end galleries in deep coal mines = (Teplovye raschety ventilyat︠s︡ionnogo vozdukha vyrabotok s tupikovym zaboem v glubokikh ugol'nykh shakhtakh). [Anatoliĭ Naumovich I︠A︡gel'skiĭ; Mifʻal tirgume ha-madaʻ ha-Yiśreʼeli.].

Get this from a library. Heat-exchange calculations for the ventilation of deadend galleries in deep coal mines. [Anatolii Naumovich I︠A︡gelśkil]. The formula for calculating latent heat exchange between water and air is where is the amount of latent heat exchange between water and winds, kW; is latent heat exchange coefficient, ; is the heat dissipation surface area of water, ; is the pressure correction factor; is the saturated steam pressure at the water surface temperature, kPa; is the partial pressure of water vapor in the air, kPa; is the Cited by: the dead end is sufficiently long and has not been driven for a significant period of time; temperature, pressure and humidity variations of the main ventilation air stream are negligible; the heat sources present in the opening are fixed (power-operated equipment) and are characterized by constant heat flows : P.

Berry, G. Pantaleoni, P. Piga, O. Sammarco. Kremnev, “Heat exchange between ventilation flow and rock masses in old mines and excavations, ” in: Proceedings of the Heat-and-Power Engineering Institute, USSR Academy of Sciences [in Russian], No.

10 (). Google ScholarCited by: 5. Some cases well known by the authors can be referenced [19], [20]. For example, in a coal mine, the air comes in at a temperature of 5 °C in winter and, after going through several kilometers of galleries, goes out at a 20 °C. A great part of the heat gained by the air is released by the rock by: Current ventilation problems in hard coal mines.

factors in uencing thermal regime in an excavation at a deep. was conducted with experts on ventilation and methane hazard in coal mines.

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This means that, compared to, for example, gold mines of the Witwatersrand region, high rockFile Size: KB. Ventiliation Design Considerations for Underground Mines – Part 1 Septem by cbpower in HowTo's and Tutorials. In order to provide ventilation to underground mining operations, mining ventilation engineers will put together a complex system to ensure a mine is operated both safely and economically.

Development included the sink-ing of production, ventilation and service shafts, as well as deepening an existing exploration shaft. In a paper presente d at the SAIMM’s Mine Hoisting conference, J.J. Taljaard and J.D. Stephenson reported that “The production shaft is 1, m deep, m in internal diameter and lined with mm thick.

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The calculation results show that there is a huge gap between the two sets for tunnel ventilation. The results of field measurement in Yan'an Donglu Tunnel also prove that the concentration of CO Author: Adrian Halim. Federal Coal Mine Health and Safety Act of In general, this legislation promulgated much more restrictive ventilation requirements and removed the classification of non-gassy mines.

Good ventilation practice has dictated the use of the two-split system cm each single unit section; in this way a. Coal Operators’ Conference The University of Wollongong 14 – 15 February AUSTRALIAN LONGWALL PANEL VENTILATION PRACTICES Stewart Gillies1 and Hsin Wei Wu2 ABSTRACT: A study has been undertaken into mine ventilation systems currently in use within Australian modern coal Longwall (LW) extraction mines.

It reviews systems and discusses evolving. Coal Operators’ Conference The AusIMM Illawarra Branch February FIG. 12 - Airflow pattern through an orifice (after Burrows et al, ). McElroy () found that the Cc value is a relation between the ratio of the orifice and airway cross sectional area, N (Ar/A in Figure.

1), and Z, which is an empirical factor designated as the contraction factor, and is. The adoption of longer pillar centres (>m) in longwall mines coupled with higher in situ gas regimes experienced in deeper mines has necessitated that mines utilize a more effective ventilation system comprising electrically powered auxiliary fans attached to ventilation ducting to.

Chapter 1: Mine Ventilation – An Overview Page 2 Revolution, the working of seams rich in methane gas, inadequate ventilation, furnaces located in methane-laden return air and the open flames of candles. There are many graphic descriptions of methane and coal dust explosions, the suffering of mining communities, the heroism of rescue at-File Size: 24KB.

The Ventilation of Coal Mines Paperback – Large Print, Aug by William Fairley (Author)Author: William Fairley. fatalities, the U.S. Bureau of Mines (USBM) was formed on JuJy 1, Pan of the USBM mission was to investigate mine explosions and enhance the safety of miners by preventing accidents and imprOving working conditions in mines (Kirk, ).

The USBM conducted many research investigations on un­ derground coal mine ventilation. ThisFile Size: 2MB. Bureau of Mines Coal. Rhode Island Coal. Sampling. Rogers Coal.

Sampling and analyzing. Barr — • • •OW • SOI Ccal scale. Richardson electric •eiS Coal sprinkling scheme. Another Coal tests. Bureau of Mit Coal. The supply of Coal. production of Cobalt. − planning ventilation systems to integrate with production requirements Moving adequate ventilation airflow volumes Large-opening mines pose unique ventilation chal-lenges simply to move sufficient air quantities for dilution of all airborne contaminants.

In mature stone mines, the total open-space volume can reach 7, m3 (Under these circumstances, it is necessary to develop the new chemical inhibitors to counter the problem of spontaneous heating and fire in coal mines. 2. History of coal mine fires world scenario Coal fires occur in many countries worldwide viz.

USA, China, Australia, South Africa, Indonesia, India, etc. [].Cited by: The numerical analysis was conducted for the real dog heading excavated in one of the deep underground coal mines located in the Upper Silesian Coal Basin area. This coal mine is located in the southern part of Poland. It is one of the largest mines in Poland, where approximat m of dog headings were mined in Cited by: 1.