Mine Ventilation - Two Volume Set

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D C Panigrahi
Science Publishers, Jan 11, 2009 - Technology & Engineering - 1078 pages
Mines are becoming more mechanized and extensive, resulting in the deterioration of work place environment. In order to improve this, more stringent legislative standards are being formulated and applied to the mining industry globally. Keeping this in view, it has been the main goal of the professionals in academia, government and the private sector to bring improvement in the mine atmosphere and mitigate its hazards. Due to their efforts there has been impressive professional progress in the area of mine ventilation and safety. However, mine disasters continue to occur throughout the world. Therefore, a need has been felt for further advances in planning, designing and managing of mines and more effective sharing of experience amongst the different countries of the world particularly with reference to health and safety of miners. This book has been written to provide information about all aspects of Mine Ventilation. The book will serve as a valuable reference to researchers, technologists, academicians, post graduate students, statutory officials and all other concerned with the improvement in work place environment, both in opencast and underground mines throughout the world.

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