• Engineering
  • Published 2002

History of Outbursts in Australia and Current Management Controls

@inproceedings{Harvey2002HistoryOO,
  title={History of Outbursts in Australia and Current Management Controls},
  author={Chris Harvey},
  year={2002}
}
Outbursts have been recognized as an inherent, world wide mining related phenomenon since the 1850's. The level of understanding has grown and developed as Mining Engineers and Geologists have been able to gain more understanding of coal seam characteristics and measure or test various coal or seam parameters such as seam gas content, seam gas pressure, coal strength and depth of cover. This paper outlines some of the concepts associated with understanding the factors, which contribute to… CONTINUE READING

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