Mine Ventilation: Proceedings of the 10th US / North American Mine Ventilation Symposium, Anchorage, Alaska, USA, 16-19 May 2004

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S. Bandopadhyay, R. Ganguli
CRC Press, May 15, 2004 - Technology & Engineering - 536 pages
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The purpose of the 10th US North American Mine Ventilation Symposium in Anchorage 2004 was to bring together practitioners involved in the planning and operation of underground ventilation systems, to provide a forum for debate and exchange of ideas, and to share information on the advances which have been made and consider problems which remain in the broad field of mine ventilation.
The Mine Ventilation Symposium series has always been a premier forum for ventilation experts, practitioners, educators, students, regulators and manufacturers from around the world to exchange knowledge, ideas and opinions. This volume features over sixty selected technical papers from fifteen countries around the world including topics such as mine fires and explosions,case studies, diesel in underground mines, face ventilation, ventilation systems design, strata gas and control, ventilation and control systems, modeling and software development, dust generation, transport and control.

 

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Contents

F Calizaya K R Mutama
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Assessing the performance and efficiency of booster and main fans in a large ventilation network
33
Yun Y F Chen C W Liu M J Lian Z F Zhang X B Wang
49
B S Prosser I M Loomis
67
Testing and reduction strategies for diesel emissions at PT Freeport Indonesia
81
J Schulz K G Fields D J Atchison E J Gerbec R A Haney D M Tomko G Love G Kuhnhein
99
CFD analysis of diesel emissions in a railroad tunnel
117
Measuring exposure to diesel engine exhaust emissions in UK coal and noncoal mines
135
Evaluating ventilating air movement in underground limestone mines
221
Y P Chugh K K Thatavarthy R Carty
241
An assessment of a twofilter concept for a continuous miner wet scrubber
253
T Struminski B MadejaStruminska
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the past present and future
285
How scrubbers help ventilate the face during deep cut mining with a blowing curtain
307
The use of large axivane fans in auxiliary ventilation for multiple
325
Auxiliary ventilation operation practices
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S Gillies H W Wu N Tuffs T Sartor
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Use of a test box to measure response times for machinemounted monitors
177
Use of an inertisation unit during a coal mine fire recovery operation
191
The use of blasting fumes to inertise underground coal mine atmospheres
205
hp variable speed mine ventilation fan installation PM Coal Mining Co
357
The application of mining industry ventilation survey techniques to
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