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Monitoring and Control of Mine Air Diesel Pollutants: Summary of Michigan Technological University Research.
NTIS: PB 86-204104 :49 pages
This report references reports and publications from 1975 to 1985 that are related to the diesel underground mine air quality research undertaken by Michigan Technological University. Research results obtained on this contract are summarized in five different sections: (1) development of a systematic approach to monitoring, data analysis, and interpretation for diesel mine air quality control; (2) experimental evaluation of load-haul-dump (lhd) on-board air quality control systems; (3) development of a portable self- contained lhd tailpipe emissions measurement apparatus for NO2, no, CO, co2, and particulate matter; (4) quantitative analysis of diesel and coal particulate matter by laser raman spectroscopy; and (5) development and application to detector tubes of a laboratory method to assess accuracy of occupational diesel pollutant concentration measurements.
CP; Final Contract Report;
NTIS Accession No.
NTIS: PB 86-204104
Michigan Tec. Univ.
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