Seismic event data acquisition and processing: distribution and coordination across PC-based networks.
Swanson-P; Kenner-B; Krahenbuhl-T
Application of computers and operations research in the mineral industry: proceedings of the 30th international symposium, February 25-27, 2002, Phoenix, Arizona. Bandopadhyay S, ed. Littleton, CO: Society of Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, Inc., 2002 Feb; :637-647
NIOSH has developed an automated PC-based seismic event (induced earthquake) monitoring system for use in mine ground control studies. The distribution and coordination of data acquisition and processing functions across a local area network is a central feature of the system. Mine-wide installations utilize multiple, autonomous seismic networks located both underground and on the surface. Seismic event locations, magnitude estimates, and other processed data are distributed for display and analysis on network nodes both underground and in the offices of mine engineers and managers. This paper describes the system's design philosophy, hardwar and software components, examples of installations, and a few observational results.
Computers; Computer-software; Computer-models; Monitoring-systems; Ground-control; Ground-stability; Mining-industry; Underground-mining; Surface-mining; Surface-properties
Application of computers and operations research in the mineral industry: proceedings of the 30th international symposium, February 25-27, 2002, Phoenix, Arizona