Management with Bag Barriers of Dust Explosion Risks in U.S. Underground Coal Mines Missouri University of Science and Technology (Grant Number AFC215-41)
Low Noise Efficient Rim Driven Auxiliary Ventilation Fans Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Grant Number AFC215-21)
Numerical Tools for Mitigation of Methane Explosions in Coal Mines University of Maryland (Grant Number AFC215-20)
Improved Face Ventilation For Extended-Cut Continuous Mining Using a Wing Regulator and Scrubber Control System University of Kentucky (Grant Number AFC215-15)
Enhanced Ground Control Assessment for Improving Safety in Mine Design University of Kentucky (Grant Number AFC215-13)
Development of Guidance for the Selection and Use of Atmospheric Monitoring Systems to Improve Decision-Making During Routine and Post-Accident Operations Penn State University (Grant Number AFC215-01)
Development of a Gas and Dust Explosion Model West Virginia University (Grant Number AFSTI14-05)
The Precise Determination of Rockbolt Performance Underground Southern Illinois University Carbondale (Grant Number AFSTI14-04)
Early Warning Safety Hazard Predictor for Preventive Ventilation Management University of Nevada, Reno (Grant Number ASTI14-03)
Combustion Modeling of Explosive Gas Zones in Longwall Gobs Colorado School of Mines (Grant Number AFSTI14-02)
Integrated Surface Mining Safety System West Virginia University (Grant Number AFC113-15)
Control of Spontaneous Combustion Using Pressure Balancing Techniques University of Utah (Grant Number AFC113-12)
Connecting Dust Characteristics and Worker Health in Underground Coal Mining University of Pittsburgh (Grant Number AFC113-11)
Numerical Modeling Methodologies for Assessing Burst Potential in Coal Mines Colorado School of Mines (Grant Number AFC113-02)
Development of a New Rock Dust Sampling Instrument Colorado School of Mines (Grant Number AFC113-01)
The Application of Flooded Bed Dust Scrubbers to Longwall Mining Systems University of Kentucky (Grant Number AFC113-10)
Control of Spontaneous Combustion Using Pressure Balancing Techniques 1st Solicitation for Single Investigator Research Grants University of Utah, Final Technical Report (AFC113-12)
Pressure Balancing Methods Used to Reduce Spontaneous Combustion in Coal Mines Presented at Annual SME Meeting, Phoenix Arizona, 2016 Calizaya, F. Nelson, M., Bateman, C., Jha, A.
Prevention of Spontaneous Combustion with the Implementation of Pressure Balancing Techniques Presented at Annual SME Meeting, Denver Colorado, 2015 Calizaya, F. Nelson, M., Bateman, C., Jha, A.
Pressure Balancing Techniques to Control Spontaneous Combustion SME Preprint Annual Meeting 2016, Phoenix, AZ Calizaya, F. Nelson, M., Bateman, C., Jha, A
Spontaneous Combustion Prediction and Remediation Techniques Publication in the 15th North American Mine Ventilation Symposium, June 2015 Jha, A., Calizaya, F., Nelson, M.
Implementation of Risk Management Programs: Identification of Best Practices to Reduce Injuries and Maximize Economic Benefits 1st Solicitation for Single Investigator Research Grants University of Arizona, Final Technical Report, (AFC113-7)
Early Warning Safety Hazard Predictor for Preventive Ventilation Management Short-Term Innovative and Exploratory Research Grant ASTI14-3 University of Nevada, Reno, Final Technical Report
Use of Wireless, Ad-Hoc Networks for Proximity Warning and Collision Avoidance in Surface Mines International Journal of Mining, Reclamation and Environment, 2015 Sabniveesua, V., Kavuria, A., Kavia, R., Kulathumania, V. , Kecojevicb, V. and Nimbartec, A.
Numerical Modeling Methodologies for Assessing Burst Potential in Coal Mines 1st Solicitation for Single Investigator Research Grants Colorado School of Mines, Final Technical Report (AFC113-2)