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Monitoring & Control of Mine Air Diesel Pollutants: Tailpipe Emissions Measurements, Aftertreatment Device Evaluation & Quantification of Diesel & Fractions of Particulate With Raman Spectroscopy.
Johnson-JH; Carlson-D; Osborne-MD; Et Al
NTIS: PB 84-239151 Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries :182 pages
The objective of this research was to provide engineering guidelines and methodologies for the control of air quality in dieselized underground mines. The work includes investigations of the interrelationship between ventilation and diesel operational and control parameters, develops measurement technology and methods, and evaluates emission control devices specific to the operation of diesels in dead-end entries. The report includes a description of the emissions measurement apparatus, monitoring methods and evaluation, evaluation of on-board co2 monitors, selective analysis for diesel soot in coal mine dust samples, exhaust control techniques using a mine air quality laboratory, and technical papers.
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NTIS: PB 84-239151. Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries
Michigan Tech. Univ.
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