How to Design Cabs and Canopies. Part III - Avoiding and Solving Problems.
Coal Min & Proc 1983 May; :58-63
This is the third of a series of three articles. The purpose of the series is to describe the results of approximately 3 years of research, sponsored by the Bureau of Mines, to document the application of cabs and canopies in low coal mines. This article discusses how optimum machine selection, changes in mine operating procedures, and improvements in cab and canopy design can help solve canopy-related problems inherent to low coal mines.
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