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CDC Mining Coal Dust Particle Size Survey of US Mines

NIOSH and the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) conducted a joint survey to determine the range of coal particle sizes found in dust samples collected from intake airways of US coal mines. The last comprehensive survey of this type was performed in the 1920s.

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Coal Dust Particle Size Survey of US Mines

Coal dust particle size survey of US mines Michael J. Sapko, Kenneth L.Cashdollar ,Gregory M. Green PIII&WQ~Rksameh -toy. NUI~OM/ I~litutefw Ocmpahd Sqfciy and XcaI~h,Pittsburgh, PA, USA The National Institute for Occupationel Safety and Health (NINSH) and the Mine Safety and Ncalth Administration (MSHA) wnductod a joint ~urveyto determine the range of coal particle sizes found in dust

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Coal dust particle size survey of US mines ScienceDirect

Jul 01, 2007· This paper presents the results of a recent coal dust particle size survey to determine the range of coal particle sizes found in dust samples collected from intake airways in 50 US coal mines in MSHA's 10 bituminous Coal Mine Safety and Health Districts (see Fig. 1). (MSHA District 1 covers anthracite mines in Pennsylvania, which do not require rock dusting.)

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Coal dust particle size survey of US mines ScienceDirect

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) conducted a joint survey to determine the range of coal particle sizes found in dust samples collected from intake airways of US coal mines. The last comprehensive survey of this type was performed in the 1920s.

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Coal dust particle size survey of US mines Request PDF

A particle size survey of US coal mines recently conducted by NIOSH concluded the old definition of "mine size" dust is no longer applicable or representative (Sapko et al., 2007).

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Coal dust particle size survey of US mines CORE

Coal dust particle size survey of US mines . By Michael J. Sapko, Kenneth L. Cashdollar and Gregory M. Green. Abstract. wnductod a joint ~urveyto determine the range of coal particle sizes found in dust samples collected from intake airnap of US coal h.The last comprehensivesurvey of this type was p erfad in the 1920s. The size of the cod dust

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CiteSeerX — Coal dust particle size survey of US mines

@MISC{Sapko_coaldust, author = {Michael J. Sapko and Kenneth L. Cashdollar and Gregory M. Green}, title = {Coal dust particle size survey of US mines}, year = {}} Share. OpenURL . Abstract. This article was published in an Elsevier journal. The attached copy is furnished to the author for non-commercial research and education use, including for

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This paper presents the results of a recent coal dust particle size survey to determine the range of coal particle sizes found in dust samples collected from intake airways in 50 US coal mines in MSHA s 10 bituminous Coal Mine Safety and Health Districts (seeFig. 1). (MSHA District 1 covers anthracite mines in Pennsylvania, which do not

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Characterization of Particle Size and Composition of

The Federal Coal Mine Health and Safety Act of 1969 established the coal mine dust standard of 2.0 mg/m3 at the maximum 5% allowable percentage of silica. Recently, the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) in the United States set a lower respira-ble dust standard of 1.5 mg/m3 for underground coal mining operations. Compliance with

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Preventing Coal Dust Explosions in Underground Coal Mines

– Based on 1920s particle size survey Based on BEM explosion tests • Mine size coal previously defined as coal dust that is 100% minus 20 mesh (850 μm) 20% minus 200 mesh (75 μm) • Float coal 100% minus 200 mesh (75 μm) • Coal in returns 80% minus 200 mesh (75 μm)

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Coal dust particle size survey of US mines CORE

Coal dust particle size survey of US mines . By Michael J. Sapko, Kenneth L. Cashdollar and Gregory M. Green. Abstract. wnductod a joint ~urveyto determine the range of coal particle sizes found in dust samples collected from intake airnap of US coal h.The last comprehensivesurvey of this type was p erfad in the 1920s. The size of the cod dust

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2 Effects of Rock Dust Applications on Coal Mine Dust

The authors also recommended that, “In view of current results from the NIOSH coal dust particle size survey in US mines and preliminary size analyses of rock dusts, the effect of rock dust particle size in preventing coal flame propagation should be re-examined through large-scale explosion tests.” Since the nature of coal dust explosions

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NIOSH takes on coal and rock dust MiningMonthly

The average size of the coal dust in mines measured in the 1920s survey was about 20% minus 200 mesh. Coal dust explosibility is strongly dependent on the fineness of the coal particles in a coal and rock dust mixture, with more rock dust required to inert finer size coal dust.

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Preventing Coal Dust Explosions in Underground Coal Mines

– Based on 1920s particle size survey Based on BEM explosion tests • Mine size coal previously defined as coal dust that is 100% minus 20 mesh (850 μm) 20% minus 200 mesh (75 μm) • Float coal 100% minus 200 mesh (75 μm) • Coal in returns 80% minus 200 mesh (75 μm)

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Effect of coal mine organic aerosol on the methane/air

Mar 28, 2020· Sapko MJ, Cashdollar KL, Green GM (2007) Coal dust particle size survey of US mines. J Loss Prev Process Ind 20(4–6):616–620. Article Google Scholar Tan B, Liu H, Xu B, Wang T (2020) Comparative study of the explosion pressure characteristics of micro- and nano-sized coal dust and methane–coal dust mixtures in a pipe. Int J Coal Sci

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Characteristics of Dust in Coal Mines in Central North

monitoring or corresponding general survey of pollution sources. Coal dust explosion is mainly affected by coal rank,79−81 particle size,82−84 specific surface area,85−87 moisture con-tent,88−90 volatile content,91−93 and the concentration.94−96 Given constant dust concentration and particle size, the

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Rock dusting considerations in underground coal mines

Rock dusting to prevent coal dust explosions has been in widespread use in U.S. underground coal mines since the early 1900s. Underground coal mining technology has changed significantly over this same time period, becoming highly mechanized and produces finer coal dust particles which are more explosive. Despite the advances in mining technology, mine-wide dust sampling practices have

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Evaluation of a 38 L Explosive Chamber for Testing Coal

Coal dust explosions are the deadliest disasters facing the coal mining industry. Research has been conducted globally on this topic for decades. The first explosibility tests in the United States were performed by the Bureau of Mines using a 20 L chamber. This serves as the basis for all standardized tests used for combustible dusts. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the use

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Kenneth L. Cashdollar's research works National

Coal dust particle size survey of US mines. Article. Jul 2007; Michael J. Sapko. Kenneth L. Cashdollar. Gregory M. Green. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and the

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Impacts of coal dust from an active mine on the spectral

The SP2 was employed to quantify sub‐2 µm refractory carbon concentrations and products of the coal dust and particle size distributions around the mine. The refractive index of coal dust has been previously reported as 1.54–0.5 i [ Liu et al ., 1974 ] and 1.57–0.6 i for soot [ Dalzell and Sarofim,1969 ].

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Application of bacteria for coal dust stabilization

In the coal mines, the conducted activities are always associated with technical and natural hazards. One of the most dangerous sources of these hazards is the dispersed coal dust. Today, considering the successful application of bacteria in the engineering industries, the present study aimed at stabilizing and preventing coal dust entering the air using biological agents.

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Federal Register :: Recent Coal Dust Particle Size Surveys

Aug 21, 2009· Given the results of the recent coal dust particle size survey and large-scale explosion tests, NIOSH recommends a new standard of 80% TIC be required in the intake airways of bituminous coal mines. The survey results indicate that the current requirement of 80% TIC in return airways is still sufficient and appropriate.

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: WETTING BEHAVIOR AND CONTROL OF QUARTZ AND

innovative spray system in controlling respirable coal and quartz dust generated by a continuous miner. This study designed a continuous miner spray system specific to the mine, which included: 1) characterization of coal, roof, and floor strata dust with regard to particle size distribution, quartz content, and wettability; 2) analysis of

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Physical and chemical properties of respirable coal dust

1. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J. 1973 Jul;34(7):279-85. Physical and chemical properties of respirable coal dust from two United States mines. Corn M, Stein F, Hammad Y, Manekshaw S, Freedman R, Hartstein AM.

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