Miniaturized and Real Time Gas Sensors for Mine Safety and Health Solicitation and Call for Proposals for Technology Development Grants (AFC518) Oakland University (Grant AFC518-2)
Category Archives: Health and Safety Interventions
Development of a direct sensing sampler for submicron mining particles including coal, silica and nano-sized diesel particulates Solicitation and Call for Proposals for Technology Development Grants (AFC518) Colorado State (Grant AFC518-16)
Flying Underground Colorado School of Mines (Grant AFC518-48)
Demonstration of a UAV-based Digital Photogrammetry System for Geological Mapping and Geotechnical Characterization of Fractured Rock Masses at Hazardous Underground Sites Solicitation and Call for Proposals for Technology Development Grants (AFC518) Montana Technological University (Grant AFC518-67)
Collecting Mine Dust Particles with Liquid-Coated Vibrating Meshes Solicitation and Call for Proposals for Technology Development Grants (AFC518) Virginia Tech (Grant AFC518-25)
Numerical Analysis of Gas Explosions in Coal Mines University of Maryland (Follow-Up Grant AFC215FO-73)
Advanced Low Noise Fan Array System Virginia Tech (Follow-Up Grant Number AFC215FO-71)
Validation of the Gas and Dust Explosion Model West Virginia University (Follow-Up Grant Number ASTI14FO-82)
Early-Warning System Prototype Tests for Real-Time Safety Intervention and Optimum Ventilation Control Assistance University of Nevada, Reno (Follow-Up Grant Number ASTI14-81)
Investigating the Impact of Rock Rubble on Methane-Air Explosions: High-speed Turbulent Deflagrations and Transition to Detonations Colorado School of Mines (Follow-Up Grant Number ASTI14-69)
Low Noise Efficient Rim Driven Auxiliary Ventilation Fans 2nd Solicitation for Single Investigator Research Grants Virginia Tech (Grant AFC215-21)
Methane Watchdog Network – A Cost Effective Approach to Longwall Methane Monitoring and Control West Virginia University (Grant number AFC719-68)
A Practical, Mechanics-Based Approach to Pillar Design West Virginia University (Grant number AFC719-15)
PoroSense: An Intrinsically Safe, Distributed Fiber-optic Gas Sensing Platform for Underground Mines Virginia Tech (Grant number AFC719-29)
Investigation of Improved Communication from Portable Refuge Alternatives to Facilitate Mine Escape and Rescue Rebuilding Their Future Foundation (Grant number AFC719-57)
Control of Hazardous Gas Emissions to Longwall Face and Bleeder System: Laboratory Experiments, Modeling and Field Monitoring Penn State University (Grant number AFC719-27)
Analysis of Coal Mine Seal Integrity from Explosively Driven Projectiles Missouri University of Science & Technology (Grant number AFC719-31)
Fundamental Investigation into Pillar Design and Global Stability by Integrating Pillar Load and Opening Convergence Response University of Kentucky (Grant Number AFC719-49)
Numerical Modeling of Overburden and Pillar Mechanics for Determination of Global Ground Stability in Underground Coal Mines Colorado School of Mines (Grant Number AFC719-67)
Digital Photogrammetry Software Comparison for Rock Mass Characterization 52nd US Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium, 17-20 June 2018 Becker, R.E., Galayda, L.J., MacLaughlin, M.M.
Geotechnical Characterization of Underground Mine Excavations from UAV-Captured Photogrammetric & Thermal Imagery 52nd US Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium, 17-20 June 2018 Turner, R.M., Bhagwat, N.P., Galayda, L.J., Knoll, C.S., Russell, E.A., MacLaughlin, M.M.
UAV-based Geotechnical Modeling and Mapping of an Inaccessible Underground Site 52nd US Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium, 17-20 June 2018 Russell, E.A., MacLaughlin, M.M., Turner, R.M.
Management with Bag Barriers of Dust Explosion Risks in Underground Coal Mines 2nd Solicitation for Single Investigator Research Grants Missouri University of Science and Technology (Grant AFC215-41)
Numerical Tools for Mitigation of Methane Explosions in Coal Mines 2nd Solicitation for Single Investigator Research Grants University of Maryland (Grant AFC215-20) Computational videos relevant to Final Report: 1) Interconnected channels, 2) 0.5-1.5 half channel, 3) 300 m reflected channel.
A Holistic Approach to Reducing Coal Worker’s Pneumoconiosis (CWP) using Integrated Monitoring and Response Systems for Respirable Dust in Surface Mines and Facilities Penn State University (Grant Number AFC417-39)