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A project to update the database of case histories upon which the Analysis of Longwall Pillar Stability (ALPS) software bases its recommended stability factors.
A project to develop guidelines for determining the appropriate level of support and design methods for support systems to minimize the risk and severity of injuries to miners from rib falls in underground coal mines.
A project to implement in-mine seismic monitoring techniques in coal mines to evaluate and demonstrate potential mine safety benefits of this technology.
A project to address the paucity of guidance in available literature for assessing the design an underground longwall coal mine for safe ground response to mining with numerical stress analysis tools.
Using NIOSH Ground Control Applications for Western Underground Metal Mines Supplemental Information9/19/2016This page lists a number of other resources pertaining to the ground control presentation at MINExpo 2016.
9/1/2016 - Reports of InvestigationsA Report of Investigations presenting five strategies for detecting and recording seismic activity associated with deep longwall coal mining.
Deep Coal Mine Safety Studies to Promote Development of Recommendations for Deep Coal Mine Safety through Monitoring Seismic Events7/18/2016 - Contracts and cooperative agreementsA contract to investigate and report on the state-of-the-art in mine seismic monitoring systems and methodologies as applied to deep coal mining.
Building Capacity and Enhancing Ground Control Safety through Improvement and Extension of the LaModel Program7/16/2016 - Contracts and cooperative agreementsA capacity-building contract to enhance ground control safety and produce qualified MS and PhD graduates with ground control expertise through improving and extending the LaModel program.
7/16/2016 - Contracts and cooperative agreementsA capacity-building contract to provide qualified individuals with opportunities to pursue MS and PhD degrees focused on ground control, research the cause of mining-induced seismicity, and improve safety in burst-prone coal mines.
5/1/2016 - Peer reviewed journal articlesAn article describing laboratory tests that were conducted to determine the vertical load capacity and deflection of three different types of cross members used in the trusses of coal mine roof support.