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Evaluation of diesel equipment deployment in underground coal mines. Volume 2 - diesel bibliography.
Ramani-RV; Kenzy-GW; Stefanko-R
NTIS: PB/288-717 Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries, 1977; :1-78
The industrial hygiene and safety aspects with internal combustion engines in mining systems is truly interdisciplinary and encompasses many fields such as mine ventilation, exhaust gas and particulate analyses, mine atmospheric environment monitoring, mathematical modeling of generation, dilution and dispersion of pollutants in ventilation systems, and engine testing and approval. This bibliography is a compilation of references from interdisciplinary sources pertaining to diesels and related areas. Related areas are defined as those concerned with (1) mine ventilation system design and operation; (2) description, measurement, modeling, and monitoring of mine atmosphere contaminants; and (3) tests, standards, selection procedures, and operational practices for internal combustion engines in underground mines. References cited from source materials span the years 1900 to early 1977. Subjective criteria governed the definition and selection of references.
Underground mines; Underground mining; Coal mines; Coal mining; Diesel emissions; Diesel engines; Diesel exhaust; Industrial hygiene; Safety; Combustion engines; Information dissemination; Bibliographies
CP; Final Contract Report
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NTIS: PB/288-717; Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries
Pennsylvania State University
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