Ventilation Teaching and Research Using a Computerized Scale Model
Wang, Y. J.
Recent developments in electronic sensing and increasingly affordable computers made mine atmospheric monitoring both technically and economically feasible. Proper monitoring can help to improve safety and lead to direct cost savings due to better ventilation system designs. This report describes some of the efforts of incorporating this technique at the Mining Engineering Department at the University of Missouri-Rolla, into teaching of ventilation by using a large scale coal mine model and micro-computers. This has been proven to be very effective.
J. C. Tien, "Ventilation Teaching and Research Using a Computerized Scale Model," Use of Computers in the Coal Industry., CRC Press, Jan 1986.
Use of Computers in the Coal Industry.
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
West Virginia University, College of Mineral & Energy Resources;Univ of Alabama, College of Engineering, Dept. of Mineral Engineering
Article - Conference proceedings
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01 Jan 1986