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8/15/2012 - Information CircularsThis IC details a NIOSH investigation on the CDEM’s ability to accurately predict the explosibility of coal and rock dust mixtures. The conclusions support the field use of the CDEM to measure the explosibility of coal and rock dust mixtures.
3/1/2012 - Peer reviewed journal articlesThe CART-based model that is given in this paper can be used to predict methane emission rates and to adjust operation parameters under ventilation constrains in longwall mining.
2/1/2012 - Peer reviewed journal articlesThe performance of the current regulatory approach was found to be lacking due to the use of a variable property - quartz content in airborne dust - to establish a standard for subsequent exposures.
2/1/2012 - Technology NewsMedium frequency communications systems do not require a powered underground infrastructure to be installed for operation, and may therefore provide a higher degree of survivability after a mine disaster than other types of systems.
An Analysis of Reservoir Conditions and Responses in Longwall Panel Overburden During Mining and its Effect on Gob Gas Well Performance2/1/2012 - Peer reviewed journal articlesNIOSH conducted a cooperative research study to provide direct measurements of changing reservoir conditions in longwall panel overburden.
1/1/2012 - Peer reviewed journal articlesTo assess the effectiveness of commonly applied ventilation strategies for improving air distribution and ventilation controls to meet statutory requirements.
1/1/2012 - Peer reviewed journal articlesThis paper describes the results of recent experiments comparing results from using the BELT and the large-scale tests for six different belts.
10/1/2011 - Peer reviewed journal articlesThis study evaluated CO and CO2 emissions from spontaneous heating of a U.S. coal sample in an isothermal oven under different airflow ventilation rates from 100 to 500 cm3/min. Experiments were conducted at oven temperatures of 70, 90, and 100 °C.
10/1/2011 - Hazards IDsIn September 2011, as part of an ongoing investigation, NIOSH determined that rock dust not conforming to the requirements in 30 CFR Part 75.2 for particle size and caking properties is being used in U.S. underground coal mines.