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Monitoring of Gases from Explosives Detonated in an Underground Mine.


PB83191718

Publication Date 1982
Personal Author Garcia, M. M.; Jucevic, E. P.; Kittrell, W. C.
Page Count 86
Abstract The concentration of six different gases produced by the detonation of four explosives was measured in a dry underground metal mine during actual mining operations. The four explosives included one semigelatin dynamite, one gelatin dynamite and two water gel explosives. A standard drill pattern was used to detonate the explosives as a full-face round in the drift.
Keywords
  • Explosives
  • Mines(Excavations)
  • Industrial hygiene
  • Detonation
  • Underground explosions
  • Sampling
  • Nitrogen oxide(NO)
  • Sulfur dioxide
  • Carbon monoxide
  • Ammonia
  • Nitrogen dioxide
  • Air pollution
  • Concentration(Composition)
  • Indoor air pollution
  • Toxic substances
  • Occupational safety and health
Source Agency
  • Bureau of Mines
NTIS Subject Category
  • 68A - Air Pollution & Control
  • 68G - Environmental Health & Safety
  • 57U - Public Health & Industrial Medicine
Corporate Authors Arizona Univ., Tucson. Dept. of Mining and Geological Engineering.; Bureau of Mines, Washington, DC.
Document Type Technical Report
Title Note Open file rept. 10 Aug 79-30 Jun 82.
NTIS Issue Number 198315
Contract Number
  • H0395098
Monitoring of Gases from Explosives Detonated in an Underground Mine.
Monitoring of Gases from Explosives Detonated in an Underground Mine.
PB83191718

  • Explosives
  • Mines(Excavations)
  • Industrial hygiene
  • Detonation
  • Underground explosions
  • Sampling
  • Nitrogen oxide(NO)
  • Sulfur dioxide
  • Carbon monoxide
  • Ammonia
  • Nitrogen dioxide
  • Air pollution
  • Concentration(Composition)
  • Indoor air pollution
  • Toxic substances
  • Occupational safety and health
  • Bureau of Mines
  • 68A - Air Pollution & Control
  • 68G - Environmental Health & Safety
  • 57U - Public Health & Industrial Medicine
  • H0395098
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