Face Ventilation During Cross-Cut Development in a Room-And-Pillar Operation
The author investigated the airflow pattern in the working face area during a cross-cut development. The study used a 10:1 scale face model and a mock continuous miner. Results showed that keeping up the line curtain is essential in order to avoid recirculation and to control respirable dust and methane in the face area.
J. C. Tien, "Face Ventilation During Cross-Cut Development in a Room-And-Pillar Operation," Proceedings of the 4th US Mine Ventilation Symposium, Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration Inc. (SME), Jan 1988.
4th US Mine Ventilation Symposium
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
SME, Underground Ventilation Committee, USA
University of California, Berkley, CA, USA
Article - Conference proceedings
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