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Cost-effectiveness of Increasing Airflow At Any Location in Underground Coal Mines (Volume II - Appendices).
Mukherjee-SK; Laurito-AW; Rahim-MO; Singh-MM
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This report presents the results of the economic analyses of several applicable alternatives to increase airflow in four underground coal mines. Pressure and quantity surveys were conducted underground, and measurements were made at the main mine fans. The existing ventilation networks were modeled using a modified ventilation simulator, and the applicable alternatives were simulated. Performance data obtained from the simulation runs were utilized to conduct the cost-effectiveness analyses. Volume II, this report, contains the output of the computer simulation runs.
CP; Final Contract Report;
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Engineers International, Inc.
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