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  • A new mining method

    The mining methods used in open cut coal strip mining in most major coal producing countries have been well established and fairly consistent over the past few decades. These general mining practices have been described by Kukla et al. (1993) and Aspinall et al. (1993) amongst others. Figure 1 shows a schematic of typical coal

  • Numerical simulation of the top coal caving process using

    Sep 01, 2009· The vibration device is mounted on the shield beam of the top coal caving support. The vibrator destroys the arch structure formed during the top coal caving process, which results in the smooth top coal caving process, and in this way the top coal recovery ratio is increased.

  • The Ohio Coal Association

    Around 1983, the State of Ohio adopted a modified version of the U ground vibration and airblast limits for surface blasting in Ohio coal mines, as required by the federal Office of Surface Mining. In their simplest form, ground vibration must not exceed 1.0 inch per second and airblast must not exceed 133 decibels at any dwelling.

  • Underground 06 (Black Hat) Study Guide

    to be present throughout the mine? Nineteen and one-half percent (19.5 %) 48. Where is methane generally found in a mine or in the face? Methane is lighter than air and it is released from coal, therefore, when it is released it migrates upward, into high places. 49. Where is Hydrogen gas generally found in a mine?

  • Coal dust - Wikipedia

    Coal dust is a fine powdered form of coal, which is created by the crushing, grinding, or pulverizing of coal. Because of the brittle nature of coal, coal dust can be created during mining, transportation, or by mechanically handling coal.It is a form of fugitive dust.. Grinding coal to dust before combusting it improves the speed and efficiency of burning and makes the coal easier to handle.

  • Engineered flow aids resolve bulk - Australian Mining

    Oct 08, 2019· Engineered vibration. Wales Government has given Glencore the green light to develop a new open cut mining area at the Mangoola open cut coal mine in the Hunter Valley.

  • Coal Mining Vibrating Screens - winnermanufacturing

    Specification 1. Coal Mining Vibrating Screens is composed of two-way distributor, automatic moving device, special sieve plate, exciter, motor, damping spring, maintenance platform, anti blocking drop tube and other components. 2.

  • CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF WHOLE-BODY VIBRATION

    underground coal mines. Collecting occupational whole-body vibration data is challenging whether in surface mining, construction quarrying or underground mining operations, with only a few researchers having collected long duration whole-body vibration measurements. Scarlett

  • Vibration qualification of electronic instrumentation for

    @article{osti_6692317, title = {Vibration qualification of electronic instrumentation for underground coal mining machinery. Information circular/1982}, author = {Bartholomae, R C and Murray, B S and Madden, R}, abstractNote = {An accurate characterization of the vibration environment and a vibration qualification test derived from it will be a very useful tool for manufacturers of

  • Whole-Body Vibration Associated with Dozer Operation at an

    Jul 06, 2019· Figure 2 illustrates VDV(8) measurements for fore-aft (X), lateral (Y), and vertical (Z) whole-body vibration measurements for the 69 dozers in operation at the surface coal mine.Measured as VDV, accelerations in the vertical direction (Z) were greater than horizontal directions (X, Y), with 24 of the dozer measurements, or 35% of measurements, exceeding the health guidance caution zone

  • Citizen's Guide to Coal Mine Blasting

    rock above the coal seam. Mine operators drill holes in which to load explosives to fracture the rock layers. The blasting agent commonly used in coal mines is called ANFO, which is a mixture of Ammonium Nitrate (a common fertilizer) and FUEL OIL. Dynamite is not typically used in surface coal mining to fracture the rock.

  • Whole-body vibration associated with underground coal

    Nov 01, 2020· An investigation of whole-body vibration in Australian underground coal mining equipment was undertaken 20 years ago by McPhee et al. (2001).

  • [An investigation on the vibration disease in coal-mining

    1. Arch Mal Prof. 1954;15(1):44-8. [An investigation on the vibration disease in coal-mining; systematic examination of 100 miners at Houillères des Cévennes].

  • Investigation of the kinetics of spontaneous combustion of

    Jan 13, 2021· Coal spontaneous combustion (CSC) is a potential disastrous event related to coal mining. It is known that the coal is rich in the Xinjiang region of China, which has experienced severe coal

  • Drilling, Charging and Blasting Productivity

    Vibration and airblast control. Blasts in coal mines are typically the largest in the mining industry. Poorly designed or executed cast blasts and presplits have a high potential to generate vibration

  • Whole-Body Vibration Associated with Dozer Operation at an

    Figure 2 illustrates VDV(8) measurements for fore-aft (X), lateral (Y), and vertical (Z) whole-body vibration measurements for the 69 dozers in operation at the surface coal mine.Measured as VDV, accelerations in the vertical direction (Z) were greater than horizontal directions (X, Y), with 24 of the dozer measurements, or 35% of measurements, exceeding the health guidance caution zone values

  • CDC - Mining Project - Whole-Body Vibration Measure Tools

    Jan 03, 2017· Exposure to whole-body vibration (WBV) negatively impacts the health and safety of exposed mine workers. Off-road mining equipment operates on rough surfaces under harsh operating conditions that produce WBV and mechanical shock. Vibration is often complex, contains many frequencies, occurs in several directions, and changes over time.

  • INVESTIGATION OF BLAST-INDUCED UNDERGROUND

    which may have a detrimental effect on contiguous underground coal mine openings. Increased surface blasting by a burgeoning number of surface coal mines and quarries has caused considerable concern among underground mine operators. Ground vibration effects generated from surface mine

  • Ground Vibration Monitoring Instrumentation and

    spectra: ground motions re~orded near surface coal mining activity (2). PRINCIPAL FREQUENCY As shown in Table l , the principal frequency of a blast vibration can vary between 0.5 and 200 Hz, but cenain types of blasting tend to produce frequencies in a more limited range. When the principal frequency is deftned as that associated with

  • Whole-body vibration exposures at underground coal mining

    Whole-body vibration exposures at underground coal mining operations Danellie Lynas & Robin Burgess-Limerick Minerals Industry Safety and Health Centre, The University of Queensland, Australia ABSTRACT Studies conducted on surface coal mining equipment have identified whole-body vibration as a significant hazard.

  • Cervical spine degenerative changes (narrowed

    A series of 685 x-ray films of the cervical spine obtained in coal miners was analyzed to explore the occurrence of narrowed disc spaces and osteophytes in this occupational group, and to examine the association of x-ray changes with age, duration of employment, and duration of occupational exposure to hand-arm vibration.

  • A Leader in Vibration Monitoring, Seismograph Services

    Initial jobs included vibration monitoring for surface coal mining operations in Alabama for an international coal company; monitoring vibrations from blasting on renovations at a working hydroelectric dam for a major electric utility; and vibration monitoring

  • Fault Detection for the Scraper Chain Based on Vibration

    A scraper conveyor is a key component of large-scale mechanized coal mining equipment, and its failure patterns are mainly caused by chain jam and chain fracture. Due to the difficulties with direct measurement for multiple performance parameters of the scraper chain, this paper deals with a novel strategy for fault detection of the scraper chain based on vibration analysis of the chute.

  • Whole-body vibration associated with underground coal

    Environmental and logistical difficulties associated with obtaining whole-body vibration measurements from mobile equipment during operation in underground coal mines have hampered attempts to assess the potential vibration exposures associated with the use of such equipment. An alternative measurem

  • Coal 2020 Analysis - IEA

    Therefore, Coal 2020 spotlights developments in 2020 and expected conditions in 2021. It also provides an analysis of the evolution of coal supply costs, prices and investment in mining projects. China the worlds largest coal producer and importer as well as consumer of more than half of global coal

  • Industrial Vibrators - Martin Engineering

    For many years, the necessity to store material in bulk has created a problem - how to get it out of the storage vessel. Typical problems include bridging, ratholing, clinging and arching.Once a pluggage exists, it becomes necessary to remove it in order to continue with production.

  • Whole-body vibration exposures in underground coal mines

    WHOLE-BODY VIBRATION EXPOSURES IN UNDEGROUND COAL MINING OPERATIONS D. Lynas and R. Burgess-Limerick Minerals Industry Safety and Health Centre The University of Queensland, Brisbane Australia 4072 Studies conducted on surface coal mining equipment have identified whole-body vibration as a significant hazard.

  • Mining the Potential of Vibration Monitoring - CBM CONNECT®

    Vibration monitoring has become essential for plant and equipment predictive maintenance in mining and quarrying. Not only a valuable tool for preventing unscheduled downtime, it can also extend machine operating life beyond recommended maintenance intervals, and can help to avoid catastrophic and dangerous failure.

  • Underground Mining - Orica

    Vibration and airblast control. Blasts in coal mines are typically the largest in the mining industry. Poorly designed or executed cast blasts and presplits have a high potential to generate vibration

  • NOISE & VIBRATION DATABASE - Metalliferous Mines India

    ¨ The effects of underground environment and loading conditions on noise levels of coal mining equipment ¨ Vehicular Traffic Noise on National and State Highways - A Case Study ¨ Vibration control in an opencast mine based on improved blast vibration prediction. PicasaWeb Slideshow. Subpage Listing. Mining Engineers Dairy - Metalliferous

  • Coal Mining Vibrating Screens - winnermanufacturing

    Coal Mining Vibrating Screens is composed of two-way distributor, automatic moving device, special sieve plate, exciter, motor, damping spring, maintenance platform, anti blocking drop tube and other components. 2. The sieve body does not vibrate, sieve core vibration, vibrating screen of the dynamic load is similar to other screening machine 1

  • Objection to Maxwell Underground Coal Mine Project

    5.7 Coal Mining Operations in the Locality 45 5.8 Regional History and Context 45 5.9 Balancing the benefits of the proposed coal mine and its negative impacts 46 5.10 Consideration of the principles of ESD 48 5.11 Economic Contribution 49 5.12 Mining SEPP 50 5.13 Government Policy Framework 57

  • FINAL REPORT FACT SHEET - Office of Surface Mining

    jected to nearby surface coal mine blasting. The second path was studied by administering a survey to residents living in proximity to the surface coal mine. Applicability to Mining and Reclamation: Blast vibrations induce sounds within residences. The acoustic response inside a house may be related to air-blast or ground vibration.

  • Technique of top coal caving with vibration - ScienceDirect

    Sep 01, 2009· Procedia Earth and Planetary Science 1 (2009) 219 226 The 6th International Conference on Mining Science & Technology Technique of top coal caving with vibration Xie Yao-shea,b,*, Zhao Yang-shengc aSchool of Mines, China University of Mining and Technology, Xuzhou 221116, China bState Key Laboratory of Coal Resource and Mining Safety, Xuzhou 221008, China cSchool of Mining

  • Peabody - Mine Projects

    Peabody is a leading coal producer, providing essential products to fuel baseload electricity for emerging and developed countries and create the steel needed to build foundational infrastructure. Our commitment to sustainability underpins our activities today and helps to shape our strategy for the future.

  • Vibration sensor for horizon control in automated longwall

    @article{osti_6830672, title = {Vibration sensor for horizon control in automated longwall mining. Final technical report}, author = {Kuchar, N. R. and Klint, R. V. and Darrel, B.}, abstractNote = {The development of a Horizon Control Sensor for detecting the coal/rock interface during longwall mining with a shearer is described. The Sensor utilizes differences in the time or frequency

  • Mining health and safety: 7 common risks to protect

    Mar 06, 2020· The mining industry has a reputation for being a risky business, with health risks that are varied and often quite serious, and it is important for miners to protect themselves accordingly.. Nevertheless, mining doesnt have to be unsafe. With the introduction of strict safety legislation and protocol, as well as advances in safety equipment, the industry has seen its fatality rate drop over

  • Managing whole-body vibration associated - Coal Services

    vibration and provides direction regarding measurement calculations. The basic evaluation method is the calculation of the weighted root-mean-square (r.m.s) acceleration in units m/s2. The Lynas, D., & Burgess-Limerick, R. (2019) Managing whole-body vibration associated with underground coal mining equipment CSHST 20643 Final report. !3

  • Assessment of Whole-Body Vibration Exposure in Mining

    The 846 hours of whole-body vibration data covered 123 operators, exposure over a full-shift, a variety of vehicles and mining equipment speed under typical operating conditions of an open-pit coal mine. Therefore, our whole-body vibration exposure data may reduce the uncertainty of the true daily exposure and reflect the actual risk of adverse

  • Noise Pollution and Its Control in Mining

    Vibration due to Blasting: Less than 25 per cent of the explosive energy was utilised in rock breaking during opencast mining while the rest was converted into shock waves traveling through air or ground, causing noise, flying of rocks or vibration of ground structures.