Extracting the Science: A Century of Mining Research
Extracting the Science: A Century of Mining Research is an authoritative compilation of research and a description of technological achievements written especially for mine operators, researchers, faculty and students of mining education programs, as well as for regulators and enforcement agencies-indeed, anyone concerned with improving the health and safety of mine workers while furthering mine productivity.
Edited by Jurgen Brune
Published by Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration
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Published to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the United States Bureau of Mines, this impressive volume presents the latest findings from 120 leading scientists and operating experts from mining countries around the world. While paying homage to the past, these authors focus extensively on today's developments and research, providing insights into the many challenges and opportunities facing the industry in the years ahead.
You'll learn the latest thinking on preventing catastrophic events such as fires and major roof or slope failures, providing adequate ventilation to dilute explosive or toxic gases and dusts, preventing hearing loss caused by workplace noise, providing emergency communication and life support for miners trapped in underground mines, developing training materials and guidelines for improving safety, health and productivity in mines, and a host of other critical topics.
These research papers also cover a wide spectrum of innovative technical solutions including computer-controlled mining equipment, remote monitoring of air quality and virtual reality training systems. All aspects of safety and health are blended with considerations for economics and the environment.