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OVERVIEW OF GAS OUTBURSTS AND UNUSUAL EMISSIONS

@inproceedings{Lama2002OVERVIEWOG,
  title={OVERVIEW OF GAS OUTBURSTS AND UNUSUAL EMISSIONS},
  author={R. D. Lama and Abouna Saghafi},
  year={2002}
}
Gas and rock outbursts are unwanted complications of underground coal mining, which have occurred over the last 150 years of underground coal mining worldwide and are still occurring. 'Outburst' is a dynamic phenomenon that causes the sudden concurrent release of gas and strata energy. The released energy causes pulverization of large amounts of coal and rocks, which are then ejected into the working areas during mining of the outburst prone zone. This paper discusses some of the 30,000… 

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