Mining Publication: The Effectiveness of Selected Technologies in Controlling Diesel Emissions in an Underground Mine: Isolated Zone Study at Stillwater Mining Company's Nye Mine

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Original creation date: January 2004

Authors: AD Bugarski, GH Schnakenberg, JD Noll, SE Mischler, LD Patts, JA Hummer, SE Vanderslice, M Crum, R Anderson

Contract/MOA Report - January 2004

Final report to Metal/Nonmetal Diesel Partnership, Jan 5, 2004, http://www.msha.gov/01-995/dpmdocs/stillwater.pdf

The objective of this study was to determine the in-situ effectiveness of the selected technologies available to the underground mining industry for reducing particulate matter and gaseous emissions from diesel-powered equipment. The protocol was established to determine the effectiveness of those technologies in an underground environment under operating conditions that closely resemble actual production scenarios.

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Contract/MOA Report - January 2004

Final report to Metal/Nonmetal Diesel Partnership, Jan 5, 2004, http://www.msha.gov/01-995/dpmdocs/stillwater.pdf


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