Autonomous Underground Mining Systems To Improve Safety – Intelligent Coal Mining University of Kentucky (Grant number AFC417-21)
Category Archives: Health and Safety Interventions
A New Generation of Web-Based Applications for Mine Design Published in Proceedings 36th International Conference on Ground Control in Mining, Morgantown, WV, 2017 Newman, C. Agioutantis, Z. and Schaefer, N.
Current Progress in the Development Of The WebGroundControl Application Published as Preprint 17-032 at SME Annual Meeting 2017, Denver, CO Newman, C. Agioutantis, Z. and Schaefer, N.
The Development of a Web-Based Platform for Ground Control Applications Published as Preprint 16-121 at SME Annual Meeting 2016, Phoenix, AZ Agioutantis, Z. and Newman, C.
A Smart Device for Mine Dust Characterization and Coal Workers’ Health Improvement: Combining Non-Destructive, Element-Specific X-ray CT with Big Data Analytics & Machine Learning Virginia Tech (Grant Number AFC518-40)
Collecting Mine Dust Particles with Liquid-Coated Vibrating Meshes Virginia Tech and Michigan Tech (Grant Number AFC518-25)
Simple and Accurate Positioning to Enable Vehicle Autonomy in Underground Mines Oregon State University (Grant Number AFC518-17)
Miniaturized and Real Time Gas Sensors for Mine Safety and Health Oakland University (Grant Number AFC518-02)
Development of an Advanced Real-Time Personal Coal Dust Monitoring Instrument Based on Photo-acoustic Spectroscopy University of Nevada, Reno (Grant Number AFC518-54)
Demonstration of a UAV-based Digital Photogrammetry System for Geological Mapping and Geotechnical Characterization of Fractured Rock Masses at Hazardous Underground Sites Montana Tech (Grant Number AFC518-67)
Improving Communication in Noise for Miners Wearing Hearing Protection University of Connecticut Health Center (Grant Number AFC518-10)
Development of Direct Sensing Sampler for Submicron Mining Particles Including Coal, Silica and Nano-Sized Diesel Particulates Colorado State University (Grant Number AFC518-16)
A Hybrid Geopolymer-Biopolymer Cementitious Material for Pumpable Roof Support University of Arizona (Grant Number AFC518-24)
Experimental Test Results of A Shearer-Mounted Flooded-Bed Dust Scrubber Presented at Central Appalachian Section SME West Virginia Coal Mining Institute 2017 Joint Spring Meeting University of Kentucky, Joe Sottile
CFD modeling of a flooded-bed scrubber concept for a longwall shearer operating in a U.S. coal seam 15th North American Mine Ventilation Symposium, Blacksburg, VA. June 20-25, 2015 Wedding, C.W., Novak T., Arya S., and Kumar, A.
Experimental Results of a Flooded‐bed Dust Scrubber Integrated Within a Full Scale Longwall Shearer Presented at SME Annual Conference and Expo, Denver Colorado, February, 2107 University of Kentucky, Sampurna Arya
The Application of Flooded Bed Dust Scrubbers to Longwall Mining Systems 1st Solicitation for Single Investigator Research Grants (AFC113) University of Kentucky (Grant AFC113-10)
Industry Briefing Video on Passive Barrier Explosion Prevention Technology Missouri University of Science and Technology
Management of Explosion Risks in Underground Coal Mines with the use of Bag Barriers Missouri University of Science and Technology (Grant AFC215-41) Presentation at 2017 SME Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado
A Study of U.S. Coal Mine Closures Since 1994 Presentation at 2017 Annual SME Meeting, Denver, Colorado Missouri University of Science and Technology (Grant AFC215-41)
A Study of U.S. Coal Mine Closures Since 1994 SME Preprint 2017 Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado Missouri University of Science and Technology (Grant AFC215-41) Brinkman, J. L., Schafler, J. R., Johnson, C. E.
Management of Explosion Risks in Underground Coal Mines with the use of Bag Barriers SME Preprint, Annual Meeting 2017, Denver Colorado Missouri University of Science and Technology (Grant AFC215-41) Schafler, J. R., Brinkman, J. L., Johnson, C. E., Humphreys, D., O’Beirne, T.
Development of a New Rock Dust Sampling Instrument 1st Solicitation for Single Investigator Research Grants Colorado School of Mines, Final Technical Report (Grant AFC113-01)
Removal of DPM, Silica, and Coal Dust Using High Volume Fog Generation Clemson University (Grant Number AFC316-42)
Development of a Computational Fluid Dynamics Model for The Design of Pneumatic Dust Sampling Device SME Preprint 16-148 – Annual Meeting 2016, Phoenix, AZ Duddempudi V., Goertz B., Barreto F.S., Bogin G. , Brune J.