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Electrical earthing in mines HSE

Electrical earthing in coal mines Page 7 of 35 This is a web-friendly version of Electrical earthing in coal mines, originally produced by the National Coal Board armouring, etc, and the risk from all the potential hazards is high. If the current is to be controlled to a lower value then a balance has to be reached between: (i) the stability of the system voltages; (ii) the value of fault

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The present trend of electrical safety in coal mines

The present trend of electrical safety in coal mines Abstract: Back of every safety program there stands the industry itself with its precedents, prejudices and traditions. Coal mining, being an old established industry, naturally had many fixed traditions long before electricity and electrical equipment, comparatively new forces, made their appearance.

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Coal-Mining Electricians—History & Safety 360e

02/11/2016· Electricians are a vital part of coal mining operations, as they install and maintain the electrical systems in mines. More importantly, their specialized skills are essential to keeping mining sites safe. Over the decades, the mining industry has gained a better understanding of electrical hazards by examining and improving upon past system designs and practices. Today’s mining

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MODERN MINING TECHNOLOGY FOR COAL EXTRACTION

MODERN MINING TECHNOLOGY FOR COAL EXTRACTION Chandrani Prasad Verma Dr. John Loui P Dr. N. R. Thote [email protected] . METHOD OF EXTRACTION Opencast Underground 1. Conventional Shovel Dumper 2. Dragline 3. In-pit Crushing & Conveying 4. Surface Miner 1. Bord & Pillar a. SDL b. LHD c. Continuous Miner 2. Longwall a. Retreating b. Advancing 3. Longwall Top Coal caving 4. Underground Coal

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37 Tips for Electrical Safety in Mines

Fires from electricity igniting coal, the ashing of motors, and short circuits. Explosions resulting from arcing and sparking that ignited methane or dust accumulations. Very quickly, the Bureau of Mines set up a separate division to study and make recommendations about electrical safety. Today, the Office of Mine Safety and Health Research continues to provide guidance to protect mine workers

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Electrical Equipment in Mines and Quarries Standards

Electric cables Reeling and trailing for mining and general use (other than underground coal mining) AS/NZS 3007-2013: Electrical equipment in mines and quarries Surface installations and associated processing plant: AS/NZS 4240.1-2009: Remote control systems for mining equipment: AS/NZS 4240.2-2009: Remote control systems for mining equipment

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The Recent Technological Development of Intelligent

01/08/2017· In Australia, LASC is engaged in automatic and intelligent mining technology for coal mines . Three main achievements were obtained by applying a precision optical fiber gyroscope and a method of navigation and orientation. The first achievement is the fixing of the three-dimensional (3D) position of the shearer (deviation less than ±10 cm); the second is a system of straight adjustment

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Recognised standard 01 Underground electrical equipment

underground coal mine and electrical equipment and electrical installations on the surface directly associated with the underground operations of a coal mine. This standard does not apply to the general surface of an underground coal mine.

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Application and Analysis of Automation Technology in Coal

In the traditional coal mine production link,due to the complexity of the underground environment and the backwardness of production technology,coal mine accidents are common.The application of automation technology can not only ensure the standardization of underground operations,but also effectively reduce the casualties caused by coal mine accidents.At present,automation technology has a

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Coal Wikipedia

Refined coal is the product of a coal-upgrading technology that removes moisture and certain pollutants from lower-rank coals such as sub-bituminous and lignite (brown) coals. It is one form of several precombustion treatments and processes for coal that alter coal's characteristics before it is burned. Thermal efficiency improvements are achievable by improved pre-drying (especially relevant

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The present trend of electrical safety in coal mines

The present trend of electrical safety in coal mines Abstract: Back of every safety program there stands the industry itself with its precedents, prejudices and traditions. Coal mining, being an old established industry, naturally had many fixed traditions long before electricity and electrical equipment, comparatively new forces, made their appearance.

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Electrical Equipment in Mines and Quarries Standards

Electric cables Reeling and trailing for mining and general use (other than underground coal mining) AS/NZS 3007-2013: Electrical equipment in mines and quarries Surface installations and associated processing plant: AS/NZS 4240.1-2009: Remote control systems for mining equipment: AS/NZS 4240.2-2009: Remote control systems for mining equipment

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(PDF) Automation of underground coal mines using PLC

Underground coal gasification (UCG) process is a clean coal technology for utilization of unminable coal. In this article, a novel simple laboratory model of UCG is developed with advanced real

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Coal Mines YouTube

17/06/2016· The goal of coal mining is to obtain coal from the ground. Coal is valued for its energy content, and, since the 1880s, has been widely used to generate elec...

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Remote Mine Fire Suppression Technology

Remote Mine Fire Suppression Technology . By . Michael A. Trevits. 1, Alex C. Smith1 and Jürgen F. Brune, Ph.D.2. Abstract . Underground coal mine fires in the United States continue to present a significant hazard to the safety and health of mine workers. The leading causes of mine fires include flame cutting and welding operations, frictional heating and ignitions, electrical shorts, mobile

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History of coal mining Wikipedia

The history of Coal mining goes back thousands of years, with early mines documented in ancient China, the Roman Empire and other early historical economies. It became important in the Industrial Revolution of the 19th and 20th centuries, when it was primarily used to power steam engines, heat buildings and generate electricity. Coal mining continues as an important economic activity today

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Medium-Frequency Propagation in Coal Mines

present in the vicinity of the measurement path, coal mines by Bensema, Kanda and Adams (5) (6) (7) of the National Bureau of Standards. Examination of Figures 2 and 3 reveals that performance is best for the combination of lowest coal conductivity and highest rock conductivity. Increasing coal conductivity increases the shunt loss in the coal seam waveguide, while decreasing the

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Gas Sensing Technology Improves Mine Safety 

In both deep and open cast coal mines methane gas is an ever-present hazard. City’s methane and other flammable gas sensors have extensive approvals to the various global mining specifications. Specific regional issues are a further complication, for example, in South African mines, hydrogen cross-sensitivity is a particular concern. One of City’s key strengths is a strong new product

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The prevention and control of fire and explosion in mines

• The Coal Mines (Precautions Against Inflammable Dust) Regulations 1956 set out requirements for the maintenance of incombustible matter in mine roadway dust including sampling, sample analysis, type of analysis and keeping records of analyses. The regulations also contain requirements relating to ‘barriers to the extension of flame’ such as stone dust barriers and water trough barriers

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Longwall mining Wikipedia

Longwall mining is a form of underground coal mining where a long wall of coal is mined in a single slice (typically 0.6–1.0 m (2 ft 0 in–3 ft 3 in) thick). The longwall panel (the block of coal that is being mined) is typically 3–4 km (1.9–2.5 mi) long and 250–400 m (820–1,310 ft) wide. History. Plan of longwall mine before conveyors the hoist is at the center of the central

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