Advanced Mine Ventilation
Respirable Coal Dust, Combustible Gas and Mine Fire Control
Underground coal mining involves a higher safety risk than open-cast (surface) mining, so worker health and safety is a key concern in this industry. Great progress has been made in the past fifty years in key areas such as the reduction of dust-related diseases in mine workers, methane control, explosion prevention and mine fire control. Efforts are also ongoing to further advance the implementation of the safest available mining practices.
Written by an expert with over forty years experience in the field, this book provides an authoritative review of proven technologies and practices in one convenient volume. After an introductory part on mine environment control, different sections of the book address the essential topics of respirable dust control, methane control and mine fire prevention and control.
- Reviews the three inter-related topics of respirable dust, gas and fire control in underground coal mines in one convenient volume
- Offers practical guidelines for the development and implementation of appropriate control strategies in underground coal mines
- Draws on the author s forty years of experience in the coal industry
|Titel:||Advanced Mine Ventilation|
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The three editors of the publication are board members of the North American Coal Bed Methane Forum (NACBMF), and they represent industry, academia and government. Each has more than 25 years of experience in coal bed methane research, field work, and instruction. The NACBMF has organized conferences to advance mine safety and to increase production of coal bed methane as a worldwide energy resource. For 28 years the Forum has provided an opportunity for an exchange of information on coal bed methane research and technology between the public and private sectors. The NACBMF is governed by a Board of Directors and consists of representatives from the coal bed methane industry, coal and gas industries, gas marketing and service industries. The length and breadth of experience embodied in the NACBMF Board of Directors makes this group exceedingly qualified to produce this book.
Underground coal mining involves a higher safety risk than open-cast (surface) mining, so worker health and safety is a key concern in this industry. This book reviews progress in this area