3 edition of Coal combustion in a ventilated tunnel found in the catalog.
Coal combustion in a ventilated tunnel
Margaret R. Egan
Bibliography: p. 12.
|Statement||by Margaret R. Egan.|
|Series||Information circular / United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines ;, 9169, Information circular (United States. Bureau of Mines) ;, 9169.|
|LC Classifications||TN295 .U4 no. 9169, TN315 .U4 no. 9169|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 p. :|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||87600251|
Numerical simulations of coal and biomass combustion in fluidized bed combustors: Date of Graduation. December Publications. R. Sreenivasa and K. Aung, “Modeling of Biomass Combustion in a Fluidized Bed,” Proceedings of the International Conference on Power Engineering, Kobe, Japan, November Sunil Appanaboyina. MS Thesis This work used FDS to simulate tunnel fires occur in a semi-circular longitudinally ventilated tunnel. By varying the parameters such as the tunnel gradient, the fire size, and the ventilation velocity, their influence on the backlayering effect and downstream propagation rate can be recognized. Under weak ventilation, the backlayering effect either advances or vanishes depending on the slope
Mine fires mainly arise from spontaneous combustion of coal seams and are a global issue that has attracted increasing public attention. Particularly in china, the closure of coal workfaces because of spontaneous combustion has contributed to substantial economic loss. To reduce the occurrence of mine fires, the spontaneous coal combustion underground needs to be :// A first law based model was developed to simulate the performance of a train pulled by GE diesel-electric locomotives equipped with medium speed diesel engines in a high altitude and non-ventilated tunnel. The model was compared against and calibrated to actual tunnel operation data of EPA Tier 2
The Pitfalls of the Carriage of Coal. The purpose of this article is to highlight some of the important steps and precautions which a ship owner should be aware of when carrying coal cargoes and to provide a brief commentary on the various parties' legal positions in the event that loss or damage :// The regularity of radon exhalation rate in the over-broken granite tunnel is susceptible to weather conditions and ventilation styles. Based on the calculation model of radon exhalation in tunnel, some experiments have been carried out to analyze the variations of radon exhalation in cases of natural ventilation, blowing ventilation and exhaust ventilation ://
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Authors Egan-MR Source MISSING pages Link NIOSHTIC No. Abstract The Bureau of Mines experimentally burned Pittsburgh seam coal and other combustible materials found in mines in order to obtain a better knowledge of their emission products. E-mail address: [email protected] First International Symposium on Mine Safety Science and Engineering Causes of Spontaneous Combustion of Coal and Its Prevention Technology in The Tunnel Fall of Ground of Extra-thick Coal Seam Ren Wa n-xing a, b,c, *, Kang Zeng-hui d, Wa ng De-ming a, b, c a State Key Laboratory of Coal Resources and Safe combustion process in a tunnel fire.
Therefore the heat release rate is directly related to the burning area. In a large tunnel fire, the longitudinal flame spread dominates the fire deve :// This book gathers the proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Coal Combustion.
The contributions reflect the latest research on coal quality and combustion, techniques for pulverized coal combustion and fluidized bed combustion, special issues regarding CO2 capture (CCS), industrial applications, etc.
– aspects that are of great importance in promoting academic communications The results estimate that a car fire in a tunnel subjected to a longitudinal ventilation rate of about m/s would not exhibit a HRR substantially different from a similar car fire in a naturally ventilated tunnel.
Specifically, the study predicted that k would have a WOOD CRIB FIRES IN A VENTILATED TUNNEL By Margaret R. Egan1 and Charles D. Litton2 ABSTRACT This Bureau of Mines report presents results from experimental studies on wood crib fires in an intermediate-scale fire tunnel. Gas concentra tions, smoke particle characteristics, heat release rates, and ventila tion rates were "Analysis of “Finger” Flame Acceleration as a Stage of a Methane-Air-Dust Fire in a Coal Mine." Proceedings of the ASME Power Conference collocated with the ASME 9th International Conference on Energy Sustainability, the ASME 13th International Conference on Fuel Cell Science, Engineering and Technology, and the ASME Adjoining intake and return airways are separated by the coal pillars or by installing "stoppings" (most commonly in the form of a wall of some kind) in any interconnecting roadways to prevent air short-circuiting between the roadways.
Sometime doors are used in place of stoppings to allow passage of equipment or personnel where Experimental Investigation on the Mass Loss Rates of Thin-Layered n-Heptane Pool Fires in Longitudinally Ventilated Reduced Scale Tunnel.
Sina Shafee, Uluc Yamali & Ahmet Yozgatligil. Predicting the Combustion Behaviour of Coal Particles BAUM et al. Volume 3, - Issue 5. Published online: 10 May Crossref citations: 99 View ://?nav=tocList. Wood crib fires in a ventilated tunnel / (Pittsburgh, Pa.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, ), by Margaret R.
Egan and C. Litton (page images at HathiTrust) Calamity hollow mine fire project (in ?type=lcsubc&key=Mine fires&c=x. In ventilated tunnel fires, smoke and hot combustion products may form a layer near the ceiling and flow in the direction opposite to the ventilation stream.
The existence of this reverse stratified flow has an important bearing on fire fighting and evacuation of underground Li YZ, Ingason H The Fire Growth Rate in a Ventilated Tunnel Fire.
In: Tenth International Symposium on Fire Safety Science (IAFSS), Maryland, USA, pp – Google Scholar :// The influence of ventilation tube rupture in a coal mine tunnel was investigated by Kun et al.
. In ventilated tunnel fires, smoke and hot combustion products may form a layer near the The Moffat tunnel in Colorado ( m. long) is ventilated by a mechanical plant based on the principle of forced or induced draft created at one end of the tunnel. A building was erected at the east portal which forms an extension of the tunnel and provides a fan chamber on each side.
A vertical lift gate is provided to close the / Coal combustion in a ventilated tunnel Technical Report Egan, M.R. The Bureau of Mines experimentally burned Pittsburgh Seam coal and other combustible materials found in mines in order to obtain a better knowledge of their emission :// Supersonic combustion ramjet, or SCRAMJET, engines are currently being evaluated for the propulsion of hypersonic vehicles.
A unique supersonic wind tunnel facility has been built at the Aerospace Research Laboratory to simulate the operation of a SCRAMJET over a range of Mach numbers of 5 to and altitudes of 40, to:// Coal Cargoes carriage at sea,flammability hazards and preventive measures The carriage at sea of coal of all types can produce potential flammability hazards.
All grades of coal emit methane, which is odourless, lighter than air, and has a flammability range of approximately 5% to 16% by volume. It can be detected with an & Characteristics of smoke particulates generated from a coal fire in a ventilated model tunnel were investigated by laser optical transmission and by electron microscopy.
Average particle diameter and mass concentration of the smoke were determined as a function of the temperature and stoichimoetry of the coal tunnel fire. Smoke particle sizes ranged from to μm, with larger particle. The calculation of the consequences of fire occurring in a tunnel requires a predictive model that can calculate smoke concentrations, temperatures and radiation heat fluxes.
In this paper, results from a field model developed at the University of Sydney are compared with data obtained from experiments on pool fires in a ventilated :// an exhaust or exhausts (or upcasts) where the air passes after having ventilated the working places of the mine.
Mine fans can be installed on intake airshaft, return airshafts, or both, either on the surface or underground (Figure ). Mined out Area Upcast Shaft Downcast Shaft Mine Fan Main Levels R R D D 1 2 3 Figure ~tien// Computational Modelling and Scale Model Validation of Airflow Patterns in Naturally Ventilated Barns Merlijn De Paepe 1, Jan Pieters 2, Bart Merci 3, Wim Cornelis 4, Donald Gabriels 4 and Peter Demeyer 1 1 Technology and Food Science Unit - Agricultural Engineering, Institute for Agricultural and Fisheries Research (ILVO), Merelbeke, Belgium