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Chapter 9: Mine Ventilation Systems (Free PDF)

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Ventilation is the control of air movement, its amount, and direction. Although it contributes nothing directly to the production phase of an operation, the lack of proper ventilation often will cause lower worker efficiency and decreased productivity, increased accident rates, and absenteeism.

Air is necessary not only for breathing but also to disperse chemical and physical contaminants (gases, dusts, heat, and humidity). In the U.S., as well as in the rest of the world, mine ventilation practice is heavily regulated, especially in coal and gassy (noncoal) mines, and other statutes relate to air quantities required to dilute diesel emissions, blasting fumes, radiation, dusts, battery emissions, and many other contaminants.

1 . Mine System and Control Devices
2 . Major Ventilation Systems
4 . Ventilation Planning/Designing
5 . Ventilation Planning and Design Parameters at Homestake – A Case Study
Longwall Ventilation
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