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Jaw Crusher

As a classic primary crusher with stable performances, Jaw Crusher is widely used to crush metallic and non-metallic ores as well as building aggregates or to make artificial sand.

Input Size: 0-1020mm
Capacity: 45-800TPH

Materials:
Granite, marble, basalt, limestone, quartz, pebble, copper ore, iron ore

Application:
Jaw crusher is widely used in various materials processing of mining &construction industries, such as it is suit for crushing granite, marble, basalt, limestone, quartz, cobble, iron ore, copper ore, and some other mineral &rocks.

Features:
1. Simple structure, easy maintenance;
2. Stable performance, high capacity;
3. Even final particles and high crushing ratio;
4. Adopt advanced manufacturing technique and high-end materials;

Technical Specs

coal mining vibration

Whole-body vibration associated with underground coal

Environmental and logistical difficulties associated with obtaining whole-body vibration measurements from mobile equipment during operation in underground coal mines have hampered attempts to assess the potential vibration exposures associated with the use of such equipment. An alternative measurem

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Whole-body vibration associated with underground coal

Nov 01, 2020 Obtaining whole-body vibration measurements from underground coal mines is difficult.

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Whole-body vibration exposures at underground coal mining

A range of mobile plant and equipment are used in underground coal mines, including shuttle cars and other coal transport vehicles, personnel transport vehicles and Load-Haul-Dump (LHD) vehicles. Collecting occupational whole-body vibration data is challenging whether in surface mining, construction quarrying or underground mining

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Technique of top coal caving with vibration ScienceDirect

Sep 01, 2009 Procedia Earth and Planetary Science 1 (2009) 219 226 The 6th International Conference on Mining Science & Technology Technique of top coal caving with vibration Xie Yao-shea,b,*, Zhao Yang-shengc aSchool of Mines, China University of Mining and Technology, Xuzhou 221116, China bState Key Laboratory of Coal Resource and Mining Safety, Xuzhou 221008, China cSchool of Mining

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INVESTIGATION OF BLAST-INDUCED UNDERGROUND

coal mines and quarries has caused considerable concern among underground mine operators. Ground vibration effects generated from surface mine blasting are also causing public concern. In response to this concern, the U.S. Bureau of Mines (Stagg and Engler, 1980) has measured and analyzed

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Structure Response and Damage Produced by Ground

Vertical ground vibration propagations from surface coal mines .. : . . . Transverse ground vibration propagation• from surface coal mines .. . Summary of ground vibrations from all surface coal mines

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Whole-body vibration associated with underground coal

Environmental and logistical difficulties associated with obtaining whole-body vibration measurements from mobile equipment during operation in underground coal mines have hampered attempts to assess the potential vibration exposures associated with the use of such equipment. An alternative measurem

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Managing whole-body vibration associated Coal Services

underground coal mines, and confirmed that high amplitude whole-body vibrations are experienced by operators of mobile plant in underground coal mines. However, the causes of these elevated vibration levels are not fully understood and the relative effectiveness of the range potential control measures is

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Whole-body vibration exposures at underground coal mining

A range of mobile plant and equipment are used in underground coal mines, including shuttle cars and other coal transport vehicles, personnel transport vehicles and Load-Haul-Dump (LHD) vehicles. Collecting occupational whole-body vibration data is challenging whether in surface mining, construction quarrying or underground mining

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Technique of top coal caving with vibration ScienceDirect

Sep 01, 2009 Procedia Earth and Planetary Science 1 (2009) 219 226 The 6th International Conference on Mining Science & Technology Technique of top coal caving with vibration Xie Yao-shea,b,*, Zhao Yang-shengc aSchool of Mines, China University of Mining and Technology, Xuzhou 221116, China bState Key Laboratory of Coal Resource and Mining Safety, Xuzhou 221008, China cSchool of Mining

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Coal Mining Equipment Vibration Analysis Sept 3, 2014

Title: Coal Mining Equipment Vibration Analysis Sept 3, 2014 Created Date: 9/3/2014 5:58:53 AM

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CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF WHOLE-BODY VIBRATION

underground coal mines. Collecting occupational whole-body vibration data is challenging whether in surface mining, construction quarrying or underground mining operations, with only a few researchers having collected long duration whole-body vibration measurements. Scarlett and Stayer (2005) collected a single long duration measurement (3-4

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Blast Vibrations and Other Potential Causes of Damage in

communities west of the active Ayrshire surface coal mine operated by the AMAX Coal Co. north of Evansville, IN (fig. 1). Residents of 45 to 50 homes in the communities of Daylight and McCutchanville had been complaining of blast vibration impacts and/ or damage. They attributed damage ranging from cosmetic superstructure cracks to

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Noise Pollution and Its Control in Mining

The subaudible noise responsible for vibration causes vibration of the surface features and in case of thin overburden cracks in surface structures. The societal reaction of Jharia town development forum over blasting forced the pick mining in some of the situations. For the coal mining area, the permitted noise level by the DGMS is 90 dBA.

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Mining health and safety: 7 common risks to protect

Mar 06, 2020 Whole body vibration (WBV) is a slow forming physical hazard that occurs in mining workers and other occupations that work with heavy machinery. “In the mining environment, WBV can be caused either by spending a lot of time sitting on machinery, which is most of the time in mining extraction, or by standing, such as working on jumbo operators.

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Industrial Vibrators Martin Engineering

For many years, the necessity to store material in bulk has created a problem how to get it out of the storage vessel. Typical problems include bridging, ratholing, clinging and arching.Once a pluggage exists, it becomes necessary to remove it in order to continue with production.

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Research and Application of Vibration Measurement While

In order to solve the problem of fine detection of complex geological structure in the mining process of undersea coal mine, the method of vibration measurement while drilling is put forward to

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Investigation of Strong Strata Behaviors in the Close

B. Jiang, L. Wang, Y. Lu, S. Gu, and X. Sun, “Failure mechanism analysis and support design for deep composite soft rock roadway: a case study of the yang cheng coal mine in China,” Shock and Vibration, vol. 2015, Article ID 452479, 14 pages, 2015. View at: Publisher Site Google Scholar

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The Ohio Coal Association

Around 1983, the State of Ohio adopted a modified version of the UTY ground vibration and airblast limits for surface blasting in Ohio coal mines, as required by the federal Office of Surface Mining. In their simplest form, ground vibration must not exceed 1.0 inch per second and airblast must not exceed 133 decibels at any dwelling.

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Citizen's Guide to Coal Mine Blasting in Indiana

loading and detonation of all surface coal mine blasts. REGULATIONS Ground Vibration The ground vibration limits found in Indiana regulations were derived from considerable research conducted by the United States Bureau of Mines and the Office of Surface Mining, both of which are federal agencies. Much of this research was conducted in Indiana.

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Whole-body vibration associated with underground coal

Nov 01, 2020 The aim of this research, conducted with the cooperation of three low-methane underground coal mines, was to gather extensive whole-body vibration data from a range of equipment types (shuttle cars, personnel transport vehicles, and load-haul-dump (LHD) vehicles (Fig. 1, Fig. 2, Fig. 3) during normal mining operations in order to gain an increased understanding of the typical vibration

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Vibration and air blast noise from surface coal mine

Abstract. Vibration and air blast noise from blasting were evaluated during a research program sponsored by the Bureau of Mines. Blast variables were studied using small-scale model tests to evaluate specific variables as well as interactive effects, followed by experiments with production blasts at the surface coal mines.

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Blasting Vibration Office of Surface Mining Reclamation

surface coal mine, because greater volumes of material must be moved requiring larger blast designs than the trench. Often blasts are hundreds of feet away, and the ground movement begins to slow its rate of travel due to the distance. Even when farther away the ground vibration will reach your property before the air overpressure, consequently

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BLAST VIBRATION STUDIES IN SURFACE MINES

4 Details of a blast vibration study report of Jindal power open cast coal mine 22 5 Peak Particle Velocity (PPV) observed for various blasts at Jindal power open cast coal mine 23 6 The safe charge per delay recommended to keep the vibration level below 5 mm/sec at various distances from the blast site at Jindal power open vast coal mine 27

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Coal Mining Equipment Vibration Analysis Sept 3, 2014

Title: Coal Mining Equipment Vibration Analysis Sept 3, 2014 Created Date: 9/3/2014 5:58:53 AM

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vibration standards for different countries

coal mine blasts (OMS, for distances of 301 to 5,000ft) 1.20 30.48 Response of house superstructure from 62-mph wind (BOCAcode, 10 psf) 1.25 31.75 Federal limit to protect homes from cosmetic cracking from surface coal mine blasts (OMS, for distance < 300 ft) 2.00 50.80 UTY recommendation for safe blasting from 1962 and 1971 (RI

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The Ohio Coal Association

Around 1983, the State of Ohio adopted a modified version of the UTY ground vibration and airblast limits for surface blasting in Ohio coal mines, as required by the federal Office of Surface Mining. In their simplest form, ground vibration must not exceed 1.0 inch per second and airblast must not exceed 133 decibels at any dwelling.

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Industrial Vibrators Martin Engineering

For many years, the necessity to store material in bulk has created a problem how to get it out of the storage vessel. Typical problems include bridging, ratholing, clinging and arching.Once a pluggage exists, it becomes necessary to remove it in order to continue with production.

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(PDF) Defining Safety Hazards & Risks in Mining Industry

Feb 27, 2018 Whole body vibration result in back problems, hazard identification and risk analysis was carried out for an iron ore mine and a coal mine and

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Records of the U.S. Bureau of Mines National Archives

Coal mine production tables ("Fielding Data"), 1925-35. Employment and accident tables for metal mines, coal mines, coke ovens, quarries, and metallurgical plants, 1910-40 (129 volumes). Microfilm copy of accident reports, 1930-35 (230 rolls). Reports on coal mine fatalities, 1933-42.

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OCCUPATIONAL MORBIDITY OF WORKERS ENGAGED IN

mining in 2.3 times.Vibration disease is diagnosed among workers of underground mines at the work experience of 16 years, while among workers engaged in open-cast coal mining 21 years and more.

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Coal Program Oklahoma Department of Mines

The mining company must follow an approved blasting plan that limits ground vibration and air blast to safe levels. Seismographs are used to monitor each blast and the blasting records are kept by the company for public or Department review. Coal mining in Tulsa County has been by both underground and surface mining methods. Commercial

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Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Coal Mining Activities and

Jan 01, 2018 Deterioration of air quality due to coal mining, land degradation, water pollution and siltation, loss of vegetation and driving out fauna, noise and vibration, reduction in aesthetics, and rehabilitation of people are some of the major issues associated with coal-mining activities (Maiti, 2013).

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Reduced Coal Loss and Dilution

Vibration and airblast control. Blasts in coal mines are typically the largest in the mining industry. Poorly designed or executed cast blasts and presplits have a high potential to generate vibration, overpressure and flyrock.

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