Study of influence of tremors on combined hazards. Longwall mining operations in co-occurrence of natural hazards. A case study
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Stanisław Trenczek 0000-0001-8313-4757
Combined hazards occurring in areas of hard coal mines were characterised. A possible course of processes leading to a mining catastrophe, associated with occurrence of combined hazards, was discussed. An example of a cause and effect chain is presented, where rockburst hazard initiates – with co-occurring climatic hazard – an increase in the level of spontaneous fire hazard, methane explosion hazard and coal dust explosion hazard. Possibility of improving detection of spontaneous fire hazard in presence of co-occurring combined hazards was analysed.
"Study of influence of tremors on combined hazards. Longwall mining operations in co-occurrence of natural hazards. A case study,"
Journal of Sustainable Mining: Vol. 15
, Article 4.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.46873/2300-3960.1195
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