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6/1/2006 - Conference papersTests were conducted in a full-scale ventilation gallery to determine the influence of mining machine-mounted water sprays on airflows and methane concentrations at the face when blowing ventilation systems are used. Test results using different spray a...
This paper serves as an overview to remind and/or instruct readers about gas-sampling methodologies and gas analyses to assist in determining the status of underground atmospheres.
Numerical Analysis of the Impact of Longwall Panel Width on Methane Emissions and Performance of Gob Gas Ventholes5/1/2005 - Conference papersNIOSH has initiated a reservoir modeling effort to better understand the interaction of the various geotechnical factors influencing gas flow within and to the underground longwall mining environment. A focus of this modeling effort has been (1) the pre...
1/1/2005 - Conference papersThis paper describes test procedures used to evaluate performance of methane monitors that could be used underground for continuous personal monitoring of methane. The information in this report provides data that allow the reader to make side-by side c...
10/1/2004 - Conference papersThe NIOSH mining research program at the Pittsburgh Research Laboratory (PRL) includes the areas of coal mine dust control and monitoring, and explosion prevention.
5/1/2004 - Conference papersThis study describes how response times of machine-mounted methane monitors were measured by placing the methane sensor heads in a specially designed box where they were exposed to an atmosphere containing a constant concentration of methane.
This paper discusses elements of a stray gas investigation and the analyses necessary to identify the source of a stray gas.
A general overview of the blasting and CO monitoring of a highway construction project is presented and discussed. The use and effectiveness of residential type CO monitors and multi-gas monitors are discussed.
A detailed description of blasting-related carbon monoxide migration from a construction site into nearby residential homes.
2/1/2003 - Conference papersReport on NIOSH studies using a 12-foot diameter sphere to identify key factors that may enhance the levels of CO associated with the detonation of several commercial trenching explosives.