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Mining Workshop: Diesel Aerosols and Gases in Underground Metal and Nonmetal Mines

Salt Lake City, UT: June 17, 2012

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) hosted a one-day short course at the 14th U.S. / North American Mine Ventilation Symposium to discuss issues related to reducing exposure of underground miners to diesel emissions. The workshop is intended for mine and safety professionals involved in assessing, controlling, and monitoring mine worker’s risk of exposure to aerosols and gases emitted by diesel-powered equipment. The workshop is designed to provide attendees with information on the multifaceted integrated approach toward addressing this important health and safety issue. 

Introduction

Slide showing the design of tier 2 and tier 3 diesel engines.

Integrated Approach toward Reducing Exposure of Underground Miners to Diesel Emissions

Aleksandar Bugarski, Lead Research Engineer

Video   Slides

Systematic Prevention of Diesel Exposures in UG Mining

Samuel Janisko, Mechanical Engineer

Video   Slides

Cummins tier 4 technology overview

Keeping Your Diesel Control Program in Control

Sean McGinn, MKNIZD Factors Inc.

Video   Slides

Diesel Engine Technology

Diesel Engine Technology

Samuel Janisko, Mechanical Engineer

Video   Slides

Slide of an engine TCD 2.9 L4 - product presentation

Cummins Tier 4 Technology

Evelynn Stirling, Cummins Inc.

Video   Slides

The DEUTZ Path to Tier 4 for Underground Mining Engines

Greg Tremaine, DEUTZ Corporation

Video   Slides

Diesel Exhaust Aftertreatment Technologies

Exhaust Aftertreatment Technologies forSlide of diesel particulate filters filtration media.

Curtailment of Diesel Particulate Matter and

Gaseous Emissions

Aleksandar Bugarski, Lead Research Engineer

Video   Slides

Experience with After Treatment Technologies

at Newmont USA Limited, Leeville Complex,

Carlin Nevada

Troy Terrillion, Newmont USA Limited

VideoSlide showing thermal meltdown as result of uncontrolled regeneration in DPF system   Slides

 

Diesel Fuels, Fuel Additives and Lubricants

Alternative Fuels as a Diesel Emissions Control

Strategy

Aleksandar Bugarski, Lead Research Engineer

Video   Slides

 

Emissions Assisted Maintenance Program (EAMP)

Emissions Assisted Maintenance Program

Emanuele Cauda, Senior Service FellowSubstrate failure due to improper mounting dampening.

Video   Slides

Arch Coal's Emissions Based Maintenance Program

Steve Forbush, Arch Coal

Video   Slides

Control of Airborne Pollutants

Controlling DPM Exposure with Environmental Cabs and PPE

Picture of broken seals.Steven Mischler, Physical Scientist

Video   Slides

Exposure, Monitoring and Risk Assessment for Diesel Particulate Matter and Gases

Monitoring Exposure to Gases

Emanuele Cauda, Senior Service Fellow

Video  Slides

 
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