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    MineHazardsPrevenionandControlTechnology
    丛书名: ISBN: 978-7-03-019006-2
    供应商: 科学出版社发行部 出版日期: 2007年10月1日
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    BRIEF INTRODUCTION
    This monograph is the Proceedings of the 2007 International Conference on Mine Hazards Prevention and Control
    (2007 ICMHPC). Collected in this volume are 263 papers from eleven countries and regions. These papers
    involve six aspects on prevention and control of mine fire, dust and gas explosion; mine pressure and ground
    control; engineering management of mine safety; mine subsidence control and environment poroection;
    prevention and control of mine water hazards; mine safety monitoring and control technology. The proceedings
    basically reflect the recent developing actualities and the main achievements on the disciplines related to mine
    hazards.
    The proceedings will be a useful reference for those engaged in mine engineering, safety engineering, mine safety
    management, geology engineering and relative engineers in research and design, and also the college students and
    teachers.
    This conference was organized by Shandong University of Science and Technology (SDUST), Shandong
    Management Bureau of Coal Industry (SDMBCII, and co-organized by Chongqing Branch of China Coal
    Research Institute, Shandong Management Association of Safe Production, Dalhousie University and Jennmar
    Jining Mine Roof Support Products Co., with support from the Natural Science Foundation of China (No.
    50534080), the National Basic Research Program of China (973 Program) (2005CB221500) and Open Research
    Fund Program of Key Laboratory of Mine Disaster Prevention and Control(Shandong University of Science and
    Technology).
    Published by
    Science Press
    Science Press USA Inc.
    16 Donghuangchenggen North Street
    Beijing, 100717, P.R.China
    Copyright ~2007 by Science Press
    ISBN 978-7-03-019006-2/TD.0030
    All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or
    transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or
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    PREFACE
         In recent years, the energy market in China has become very hot and the exploitation of mineral resources is
    more active than ever before. The increased activity in this sector has brought great economic benefits to the
    country. At the same time, many safety-related problems occurred during production. Mine accidents happened
    often and sometimes big mine disasters occurred too. These incidents have attracted wide attention from the
    society. In order to reduce mine accidents and prevent mine hazards, to leam from past experience and provide an
    oppommity for peers to exchange ideas, to faster new research and to serve to the construction of a harmonious
    society, this 2007 International Conference on Mine Hazards Prevention and Control (2007 ICMHPC) will be
    held in Qingdao, Shandong Province, China, October 17-19, 2007.
         This conference is organized by Shandong University of Science and Technology (SDUST) and Shandong
    Management Bureau of Coal Industry (SDMBCI). It is co-sponsored by the Natural Science Foundation of China
    (NSFC), Chongqing Branch of China Coal Research Institute, Shandong Management Association of Safe
    Production, Dalhousie University in Canada, and Jennmar Jining Mine Roof Support Products Company.
         We have received 263 papers in this Conference. They were submitted by more than 600 authors from eleven
    countries and regions including Australia, Canada, Japan, USA, Poland, Russia and Italy. These papers covered
    the following six areas: prevention and control of mine fire, dust and gas explosion; mine pressure and ground
    control; engineering management of mine safety; mine subsidence control and environment protection; prevention
    and control of mine water hazards; mine safety monitoring and control technology.
         I would like to thank to all authors and participants of this conference. And I hope good results and
    conclusions will be drawn through this conference.
         I would also appreciate to those people and various organizations which have made contributions to the
    conference.
         Finally I would like to thank the staffs of Science Press for their diligence in publishing the conference
    proceedings.

      Part I
    Prevention and Control of Mine Fire, Dust and
                      Gas Explosion

    Changes of ventilation by a mine fire
                                        Masahiro Inoue1, Bingrui Li2
    (1. Graduate School of Engineering, Kyushu University, Japan; 2. Japan Coal Energy Center, Tokyo, Japan)
    Abstract  The airflow rate of ventilation changes when a mine fire occurred. The direction of ventilation changes when
    the airflow rate changes in large extent. The fire gas flows to not only the downwind side but also the upwind side along
    the roadway ceiling even in a horizontal roadway. As a result, the harmful gas generated by the mine fire might flow to
    the place where is not anticipated. Therefore, the persons who are doing the extinction work or rescue operations might
    encounter the harmful gas suddenly, and they suffer. It is necessary to know the changes in ventilation under the mine fire
    accurately to prevent such a disaster, and to execute the effective extinction measures. In this paper, the changes in
    ventilation under the actual mine fire are described. Then the results of mine fire experiments carried out to examine the
    backflow of the fire gas are described. A series of experiments concerning the flow of the fire gas by a small model are
    carried out. It was shown that the direction of ventilation might be completely reversed in the entire mine by the thermo
    dynamic effects of the fire. It was also shown that there is a possible high risk even in the upwind side of the fire because
    the fire gas will flow there after the reversal of the direction of the ventilation air.
    Keywords  Mine fire; Fire gas; Ventilation change; Ventilation backflow
    ~
    Introduction
         In a underground fire, the harmful fire gas generated by the fire extends to an underground space with
    ventilation. Moreover, different behavior of ventilation from that of normal condition is often shown because of
    the buoyancy and the throttling effects due to the density change of the air. It is not rare to reverse the direction of
    ventilation either. Therefore, the fire gas extends even to the part not anticipated, and a fire becomes a serious
    accident easily. It is necessary to make an effective extinction method and evacuation measures from the mine fire
    that enough knowledge about the behavior of the fire gas. However, it is difficult to measure the quantity of
    airflow etc. in many place in the middle of the state of emergency like a fire. Therefore, the actual measurement
    data of the ventilation in a mine fire is hardly obtained. Though many mine fires are recorded in Japan, almost the
    records can not be used as references for the quantitative analysis and the study. The reliable ventilation direction
    change in a whole mine during fire was recorded about Otuji colliery though the airflow rate is not recorded. The
    mine fire and the simulation are described here based on the record of a fire of the colliery first. Next, the results
    of study on the behavior of the mine fire gas in the inclined shaft and vertical shaft are described.
    1  mine fire
    1.1  Structure of the Otuji colliery
         Fig. 1 shows the structure of the Otuji Colliery. The colliery produced 6 600t coal in a month, and had 240
    workers. A fire occurred at the position of the arrow (compressor room). Both sides of the fire location were the
    inclined shaft, and the structures means that the buoyancy of the fire gas greatly acts on the ventilation behavior.

    Fig. 1  Structure of Otuji Colliery seen from the direction of the      Fig.2  The airflow rate(m3/s) in normal condition and the
           portal. A fire occurred at the position of the arrow,         altitude(m) of the node of Otuji Colliery. A fire occurred at the
                                                                                         position of the arrow (node 99)
         Fig.2 shows the airflow rate in normal condition and the altitude at each node (Shown by a circle) of the
    colliery. The figure in the upper part of the node is a number which distinguish the position, and a lower figure
    shows the altitude. Because only the airflow data recorded, the main fan at the exhaust is replaced by the fixed
    flow roadway.
    1.2  Outline of the fire
          A fire occurred in the mine on March 16, 1961. An engineer in charge noticed the nasty smell around
    1:00PM. The compressor room (roadway 7-99, SL-115, and GL-134.4) was surveyed, and smoke was discovered.
    He went to bring the fire extinguisher at once, and tried to extinguish the fire. However, the expansion of a fire
    was too fast, and the smoke was filled in the room when he returned. The progress of the fire afterwards were as
    follows.
         * 1:50PM: A main fan at the exhaust was stopped.
         *2:30PM: All members retreated to a place near node 34.
         *4:00PM: Almost workers got out of the mine excluding the persons who undertook fire fighting.
         '4:55PM: Eight of the eleven rescuer team members became the gas inhalations while they were walking
    into the mine through intake shaft 1-2. Only three members went further into the mine.
         *5:40PM: Because the fire fighting became difficult as the visibility became less than 2m in front of the
    compressor room etc, they ends fire fighting operation.
         This fire was extinguished by sealing up after all, and the colliery was restarted six months later. The
    numbers who suffered from the fire were deaths 26, serious injuries 8, and slight injuries 10. They stopped the
    main fan after the fire occurrence. Though the reason was not written in the report, it might be thought that the
    less fresh air to the fire is favorable for the fire fighting, or, it is effective for the worker's safe evacuation from
    the underground as the ventilation speed becomes slow. Fig.3 shows the record of the ventilation change during a
    fire of the colliery. A thick solid line means a intake roadway and a thick broken line means a exhaust roadway. A
    thin arrow means a direction before the fire and thick arrow means a direction after the occurrence of the fire. The
    direction of ventilation has changed in a lot of places after the fire occurrence. Especially, the direction of
    ventilation is reversed in the roadways 2-3-4-5-6-7-8 which were intake before the fire, and a large scale
    recirculation of the ventilation air was formed in the underground. Moreover, the sudden fall of the roof was
    occurred in the exhaust roadway though it seemed that it has no relation with the fire directly, too. A poisonous
    fire gas was filled in the entire underground as a result of these, and a lot of people suffered.



    目录

    CONTENTS
    Part I  Prevention and Control of Mine Fire, Dust and Gas Explosion
    Changes of ventilation by a mine fire
    Masahiro Inoue, Bingrui Li  3
    A frame of knowledge-based consulting system for sulfide ore spontaneous combustion forecast
    Wu Chao, Wu Guomin, Li Zijun, Pan Wei  9
    Evaluation of a simulation program for predicting gas emission rata
    Furukawa H, Matsuyama S, Li B, Tomita S  16
    New approaches towards improving mine ventilation network analysis
    Wu Guomin, Wu Chao, Wang Conglu  22
    The study of extracting pipeline water and methane Separator
    Sun Guangyi, Xiao Fukun, Chen Haibo, Zhang Zhenlong, Yan Lizhang, Zhao xin  29
    Comprehensive study on the rule of spontaneous combustion of coal in its oxidation process by thermal
         analysis
    He Qilin  33
    Studies of an ANFIS-based approach on the prediction of the coal and gas burst
    Sun Haitao, Hu Qianting, Liang Yunpei  40
    Study on gas flow regularity based on tracer method in gob area
    Miao Fatian, Cheng Weimin, Liang Yunpei, Zhang Jun  47
    Study on gas forecasting indexes of coal spontaneous combustion based on grey correlative analysis
    Mei Guodong, Liu Lu  54
    The study on the influence of the natural ventilation pressure on the stability of the mine's ventilation
         network
    Xu Wenzhong, Tan Yunzhen  60
    Study on thermal safety design index in high temperature coal mine
    Miao Dejun, Cheng Weimin, Sui Xiuhua  65
    The statistic method to plot three zones of spontaneous combustion in gob
    Wang Zhenghui  71
    Study on the influence of reagent consumption on fly ash fioatation closed-circuit test
    Mao Song, Zhang Qin, Dai Wenzhi, Nie Guanghua, Wen DaZhi  77
    Reliability analysis of mine in series connection ventilation system on the basis of the unrepairable model
    Ni Wenyao  83
    Reliability analysis of mine ventilation system based on stochastic Petri net
    Zhang Fuping, Yang Lei, Hou Yanhui, Li Tang/un  89
    Research on noise control over chief mine ventilators under adverse circumstances
    Cheng Genyin, Wei Zhiyong, Chen Shaojie  96
    Quantum chemistry method of the study on !ow-temperature self-ignite mechanism of coal
    Yang.ling, Wang Zhenhua, Tan Yunzhen  100
    Comprehensive evaluation for the safety of mining ventilation system based on the TOPSIS

    Song Hongna, Duan Zhenwei  103
     Research on outburst preventive technology of low permeability and high outburst fully mechanized
          working faces
     Zhai Cheng, Lin Baiquan, OuYang Guangbin  108
     Study on optical fiber grating sensing technology applied in temperature measurement of mined-out areas
     Wang Chang, Liu Xiaohui, Wu Yanbin, Liu Tongyu  113
     Study on permeating airflow law in broken ores/rocks in caved stopes
     Tian Sijin , Wang Yingmin  118
     Study on speedy emergent controlling technology and equipment of coal seam fire
     Ma Li, Xiao Yang, Wang Zhenping, Wang Hongquan, Wen Hu  123
    Analysis of mine heat harm and primary researching of coal mine drop-temperature techniques
    Zhao Chunjie, Wu Lirong, Lu Guangli, Wang Wei  130
    Ventilation information management of coal mine and visualization technique
     Wang Wet Lu Guangli, Zhao Chunjie  .  136
    The effect of boundary layer wind flow in roadway on the methane motion
    Xing Mat  142
    Simulation and research on the condition of smoke near the mine fire source by CFAST
     Wang Sufeng, Zhou Xinquan, Ma Hongliang  147
    Study on distribution law of the mining-induced fractures in overburden strata based on methane drainage
    Lin Haifei, Li Shugang, Cheng Lianhua, Wang Xiulin  152
    Catastrophe analysis of coal and gas outburst process
    Meng Xin, Xiao Fukun, Sun Guangyi  159
    The rule of methane effusion of full-mechanized top coal caving in thick, hard and high-gas seam
    Xu Mangui, Gao dianying, Wang Guoqi, Wang Shubing    163
    Experimental study of gas explosion induced coal dust explosion
    Li Runzhi ,Zhang Yansong, Si Rongjun  169
    Study on the rules and mechanism of index gases generation during the process of spontaneous combustion
         of coal
    Lu Wei, Hu Qianting, Dai Guanglong  174
    Study on the technology for predicting coal and gas outburst through the electromagnetic emission method
         in chengzhuang mine
    Liu Fangbin, Nie Baisheng, He dun, Yah Baozhen  181
    Prevention and control for coal spontaneous combustionin by fully mechanized top-coal caving of extremely
         thick coal seam
    Sun Hongru, Wang diachen, Fan Zhizhong, Zhang dunbo  186
                          Part II  Mine Pressure and Ground Control
    Applied research of strata behavior in fully mechanized top coal caving in soft coal seam based on
         forecast-control
    Tu Shihao, Yuan Yong, Zhang Lin, Fang Xinqiu  195
    The plastoelasfic solution to the problem of expansion lining in round shaft with tresca materials
    Wang Hailiang, Su Huifeng, Liu Qingzhi, Ma Min  201
    Study on the surrounding rocks stability of coal-gateway influenced different wide pillars in fully
         mechanized top-coal caving

    Xie Guangxiang, Yang Kc, Chang Jucai, Wang Lei  207
    Controlling effects of lateral support force on top-coal stability in fully mechanized top-coal caving face
    Yang Peiju, Liu Chang-you, Ren `iianhua  212
    Study on wide stripe mining based on the principles of overlying strata spatial structures and yield coal
         pillar
    Ma Qihua, Cap `iianjun, Wang Yitai  219
    Application of nonlinear time series analysis in slope deformation analysis and forecast
    Xu jia, Ma Fenghai, Yang Fan, .Ji Huifeng  226
    Stability analysis and width determination of small chain coal pillar in fully mechanized sublevel caving
         face
    Zang Chuanwei, Wu Shiliang  231
    Development of the stability of coal-seam and its roof evaluation system and its application
    Liu Qinfu, Lu Zheng, Ma Hui  237
    Study on dynamic numerical simulation of overburden movement and bed separation developing in deep
         mining
    Wang $uhua, Fu Zhiliang, Niu Xueliang, Liao Junzhan, Xu Jinpeng  243
    Research of broken roof in coal mining face leading consolidation technology
    Yu Huo'un, Xiao Fukun  249
    Numerical analysis and safety evaluation of high & steep slope stability
    Yang Zhiqiang, Yu Weijian, Gaoqian  253
    Numerical simulation about forming mechanism of water fractured zone for singleness sub-level caving
         mining
    Wang Dong, Li Qiang, Duan Kexin, Wang Meng  259
    Research on the overlying strata failure height of working face and its calculation consultation system
    Zhang Xinguo, Wang Hualing  265
    Research of numerical simulation for prediction of rock burst region under the fully mechanized top-coal
         caving mining condition
    Wu Shiliang, Lou Peijie  270
    Study on mechanics model of overburden large structure of fully-mechanized sublevel coal caving face
    Li Shaogang, Liu Baoguo, Zhang Kaizhi  276
    Application and research on online monitoring system for mine pressure in fully mechanized caving face of
         deep mine
    Wen Xinglin, Zhang Lei, Chang Xikun, Zhu Xuejun  282
    The coupling analysis of temperature field and stress field in rock surrounding deep roadways
    Li Tiezeng, Tan Yunliang, Cheng Guoqiang  287
    Laws of surrounding rock deformation of soft rock roadway in sea area
    Wang Bo, Niu Xueliang, Qu Zujun, .Jia .Junying, Gao Zhaoli  292
    Study on suspended support caving coal face pressure regularity
    Zhu Xuejun, Yin Zengde, Wen Xinglin, Liu Jinxiao  298
    Study on full coupling analysis method for stability of underground roadway engineering
    Yu Weijian, Gao Qian  304
    Analysis of open pit slope under excavation unloading
    Chen .Jinhua, Kang Lixun, Yang Shuangsuo  311
    Orthogonal numerical analysis of factors of surrounding rock deformation of deep roadway under dynamic
         pressure

    Hua Xinzhu, Li Yingfu  318
    Study on the pre-stressed support of the small coal pillar gob-side entry driving and the tunnel distortion
    Li Mingyan, Cao Junzhi, Guo Kebao  324
    Stability analysis of fully-mechanized caving roadway surrounding rock system in DEM method
    Qin Guangpeng, Jiang Jinquan  330
    Study on synthetic supporting technology of high stressed soft rock roadway in synclinal structure
    Liu Xinhe, Zhang Xiangling, Lv Xiujiang, Liu Bo  336
    Research on control of tectonic stress field evolution for mining dynamic disaster
    Han dun, Zhang Hongwei Li Ge  342
    Research on the conditions of rock burst occurrence in the coal mass of roadway rib
    Chen Xuehua, Gao Liefu, Ren Xiaopeng  347
    Numerical simulation research on shear stress of anchoring interface of rock mass
    Yang Huiming, Tan Yunliang, Sun Wenbin  352
    Intelligent model of top coal classification based on support vector machine
    Lai Yongbiao, Qiao Chunsheng, Si Rong/un, Zhao Tongbin  357
    Diagrams analysis and application of construction face stability in tunnel and shaft excavation safety
    Tian Sijin  363
    Numerical simulation of underground pressure in super-length working face
    Yah Yonggan, Shi Pengfei, Kang Lixun  368
    Study on face control technology of fault isolated island pillar
    Yang Bensheng, Sun Lihui, Sun Yufu, Wang Qian, Zhao dingwei  374
    Numerical simulation study on the rational width of coal pillar in roadway along goal based on rock
         mechanical experiment
    Yan Xianghong, Chen Shaoj'un  379
    Fractal study on fracture distribution laws of rock
    Chen Yanling  385
    Study on rockmass moving predicting method due to combined excavation of mines
    Li Huawei, Sun Shiguo, Luo Xu  389
                         Part III  Engineering Management of Mine Safety
    A canadian initiative in underground coal mining safety research
    Dave Forrester, Peter Cain, Gary Bonnell  399
    Safety procedures in longwall retreating in Monte Sinni Mine, Sardinia
    Giuseppe Deriu, Paolo Podda  406
    Grey prediction of the trend of serious coal mining accident in shandong province
    Cheng Weimin, Zhang Shengzhu, Yang Peng, Guo Yanpei  411
    Research on advanced safety idea education
    Xin Song, Zou Yuhong, Zhang Mingguang, Zhao Xiaoju  416
    Safety management at Monte Sinni Mine, Sardinia
    Giuseppe Deriu, Paolo Podda  421
    Research and application of double ten prewarning system on mine Safety
    Li Zhaoxiang, Zhao Shuhua, Sun Xianmin, Chu Qinggang  426
    One danger quantifying method by using risk
    Kliebanov  435

    Study on the network system of safety early warning based on IPv6 in mine
    Zhou Zhiyong, Chen `Jianhong, Liu `ii, Yang Libing  439
    Mensuration of miner's thermal comfort degree index with relevant analysis and appraisal research
    Zhang Wenjiang, Zhou Gang, Cheng Weimin, Bie Haiyan  446
    Study on the information granularity and rough set clustering of mine accident energy system
    Yang Zhenhong, Li Hui, Zhang Ying, Xu Zhisheng  452
    Assessment of sealed fire - a case study
    Yuan Shujie  458
    Research on safety evaluation method for underground metal mines
    Yuan Changming  465
    Environmental prediction model of groundwater contamination in mining area with mine spoils
    Li Hongyan, Li Fengming, Qi Qingxin  470
    Fuzzy comprehensive evaluation model on coal mine safety power based on AHP method and it's
         application
    Ma Youcai, Song Chuanwen, ZhangJing  476
    The application of the theory of constraints in hidden trouble management of coal mine
    Ren Dawei, Liu Zhaoxia  482
    The mechanism analysis of sand inrush disaster in Shen-Fu mining area's shallow seam
    Zhang Jie, Hou Zhongjie, Lin Haifei  486
    Quantifiability research of the safety system secure state
    Sun Zhong1in, Tan Yunzhen, Wang Yanli  491
    Definition and analysis of accident !oss's about coal enterprises
    Li Chunhui, Zhang Xuernu  496
    The application of input and output analysis in coal enterprises
    Li Hongxia, Yang Bo, Tian Shuicheng, Wang Li  502
    Research on city public safety key problems
    Wu Lirong, Cheng Weimin, Lv Dawei, Lu Guangli  508
    Coal seam spontaneous combustion prediction based on General Regression Neural Network
    Wei Cheng, Xin Song, Zou Yuhong  514
    Risk analysis on gas accidents in coalmine working face
    Han Mei, Yu Shijian  520
    Some considerations on the establishment, improvement and operation of production safety emergency
         rescue system
    Wang Xiaoqun, Zhang Xingrong  525
    Research on fuzzy synthesis safety estimation in coal mine
    Xiao Fukun, Dai Shaojun, Meng Xin  530
    Study on the sustainable development model in declined mining areas
    Li Yingde, Xie Fang, Jiang Jinquan  533
    The study of the source of fluorine and its influence on environment in phosphorite of Zhijin in Guizhou
    Zhang Jie, Zhu Lei, Yang Guofeng, Xie Fei  538
    About research and analysis of safety education of coal mines
    Chen Haiyan, Xin Song, Zhao Chunjie, Wang Hong1iang  541

     Part IV  Mine Subsidence Control and Environment Protection
    Finite layer element method for ground subsidence calculation and the data field expression based on GIS
    Liu Limin, Guo Weo'ia, Li Fengsheng, Wu Zhaodun  547
    Solving of certain ecological problems of the Kuzbass coal companies
    G. L. Evmenova(Γ. л. EвмеНовa)  555
    Method of line feature fractal data processing in subsidence area boundary
    Luan Yuanzhong, Wang Yong, Fan Yuhong, Wang Zhongbo  557
    Study on coke plant wastewater treatment in different operating conditions
    Cheng Jianguang, Zhang Lijun, Chen Ping  564
    Research on observation method of equivalent material experiment based on the 3-demensional laser
         scanner system
    Yang Fan, Hu Zhenqi, Xu Jia, Qian Jianguo  570
    Improved grey prediction model for land subsidence at finished underground mining
    Xie Zhengwen, Hu Hanhua  576
    A mathematic model of time-dependent surface subsidence of coal mining work-out area
    Wang Wei, Lu Tinghao, Sun Binxiang, Wei L L  582
    Topological study on the position of building in mining area
    Yuan Changfeng, Yu Guangming, Zhang Yong  588
    The application of intelligence information management system in predicting mining subsidence
    Zheng Yan, Ma Fenghai, Yang Fan  593
    A study of coal gangue used as road-building material
    Wang Lijun, Wang Li, Ma Jihong  598
    Research progress on mining subsidence under thick unconsolidated layers in mining area
    Zhang Hongri, Hu Yanhui, Niu Xingli, Shi Xiao  604
                    Part V  Prevention and Control of Mine Water Hazards
    Water-inrush mechanism in working face under the effect of multiple-factors coupling
    Jing didong, Cheng Jiulong, Xu Jinpeng  613
    Numerical simulation of coal mining in the footwall of large thrust fault with high pressure ordovician
         water
    Wu Yu, Wang Lianguo, Miao Xiexing, Li Hailiang  617
    A dynamic simulation displays system on the digital mine about the flooded roadways range
    Xing Yuzhong, Kang Lixun  622
    Brief analysis of prevent measure of the karst collapse column's water inrush
    Bi Yajing, Wu Yingli, Li Na  628
                   Part VI  Mine Safety Monitoring and Control Technology
    Detection of abandoned underground mine voids using in-seam seismic waves
    Maochen Ge, D H Steve Zou  635
    Detection technology for mined-out area and case study
    Cheng Jianyuan, Sun Hongxing, Zoao Qingbiao, Su Deguo  644

    Methods and means of monitoring of gas hazards in polish underground hard coal mines
    Stanislaw Wasilewski  650
    Research on deformation monitoring information system of tailing dam
    Chen Youliang, Liu Xiaosheng, Chen Lanlan  655
    Development on expert system of mine safety pre-warning
    Liu Xiaosheng, Sun Qun, Xue Ping  660
    Research on coalmine disaster accident forecasting using microseismic monitoring technology
    Zhang Xingmin, Cheng diulong, diang Fuxing, Cheng Yunhai  665
    An optical fiber remote methane gas on-line monitoring system
    Ni diasheng, Li Yanfang, Liu Tongyu, Wang Qian, Han Xiaohua  672
    Noise reduction of AE signal in predicting the disasters of coal mine
    Tong Minming, Feng Yingbo, Xu diankun, Dai Xinlian  677
    Layouts of measuring point and baseline of the surrounding rock convergence observation in complicated
         rock mass structure
    Chen Qingfa, Wu Zhongxiong  683
    Coalmine safety monitoring system based on fiber optic AE sensor
    Ma Liangzhu, ChangJun, Liu Tongyu, Wu Yanbin  688
    Methods to monitoring land subsidence due to underground mining
    Cheng Shu, Liu Mingxian  693
    Application of GIS in the city environmental evaluation
    Lv Dawei, Wu Lirong, Li Zengxue, Song Hongzhu  699

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