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Continuous Mining: A Pilot Study of The Role of Visual

The Continuous Mining Process Typically, to begin a room, the continuous miner engages in cutting (removal) a 3 m (9.8 ft) wide sec- hon of coal to a depth determined to be safe based on local geologic conditions and mining regula­ tions-on average up to 6.1 m. Deeper cuts can be made (called extended-cut mining) with special per­ mission from state and federal mining

US3210122A Continuous mining machine and control system

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Continuous miners Introduction underground COAL

The term "continuous" as applied to development machines has been one of the biggest misnomers used for mining equipment because, on development, they are usually anything but continuously cutting. The main delays mostly occur while roof support is installed and often waiting for shuttle cars to return from their discharge point for reloading. When actually cutting,

Controlling Dust on Continuous Mining Operations

Continuous Miner Scrubber Effectiveness • MSHA approves use of deep cuts (roof, methane, dust control) −Mines must demonstrate effective control in standard cuts before MSHA considers approval of deep cut −Flooded-bed scrubber is a key component in deep cut dust control • Industry Are deep cuts dustier than standard cuts?

Continuous mining machine control using the real-time

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Closed Loop Control for a Continuous Mining Machine

Establishing accurate, computer-based control of a continuous mining machine is the first step in the development of autonomous, robotic mining equipment. With autonomous operation of a continuous mining machine, improvements in safety would be realized by removing workers from hazardous areas and relieving them of dangerous tasks. Also, productivity gains could be

Continuous miners Introduction underground COAL

The term "continuous" as applied to development machines has been one of the biggest misnomers used for mining equipment because, on development, they are usually anything but continuously cutting. The main delays mostly occur while roof support is installed and often waiting for shuttle cars to return from their discharge point for reloading. When actually cutting,

PEMPEK Mining Control System Continuous Miner Pempek

Continuous Miner System. Place Change Miner System. Road Header System. Shuttle Car System. Mining Support System. Feeder Breaker System. Underground Miner Laser Guidance and Remote Control System. Mining Telemetry. ROYCE Telemetry & Analytics.

(PDF) Best practices for Continuous Miner Operations

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Cable Handling, Remote Control Continuous Miners

29/04/2010 continuous mining machines by remote control, most of them while tramming the continuous miner from "place-to-place". The majority of these accidents have occurred to machine operators or helpers being caught between the right rear of the mining machine and the coal rib. The following practices have proven to reduce hazards: If equipped with a deck and

Continuous Miners Eickhoff

In order to ensure all-time reliable and cost-effective underground production, roof bolters and drillers, hydraulic and electrical traction systems as well as leading-edge control concepts are among the many advantages of the Eickhoff continuous miners convincing machines with unstoppable power. For a wide range of varying seam thicknesses.

Laser Tracking and Tram Control of a Continuous Mining Machine

LASER TRACKING AND TRAM CONTROL OF A CONTINUOUS MINING MACHINE By Donna L. Anderson1 ABSTRACT This U.S. Bureau of Mines report discusses the status of a laser-basedguidance system to provide position and heading feedback and closed-loopcontrol of tramming maneuvers for a continuous mining machine. The system has been developed

Best practices for dust control Longwall, Continuous

03/08/2021 Dust control in continuous mining operations. The largest source of inhalable and respirable dust at continuous mining operations are generated from two sources which are the continuous mining machine and the roof bolter. The continuous miner and the roof bolter operators are often exposed to elevated silica levels because of cutting and drilling into the

Laser tracking and tram control of a continuous mining

The item Laser tracking and tram control of a continuous mining machine, by Donna L. Anderson represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library. This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch. Creator. Anderson, Donna L ; Contributor. United States, Bureau of Mines; Language eng.

Continuous mining machine control using the real-time

Continuousminingmachine controiusingtheReai-time ControiSystem JohnAlbertHorst IntelligentSystemsDivision AnthonyJ.Barbera AdvancedTechnologyand ResearchCorporation LaurelTechnologyCenter 14900SweitzerLane Laurel,MD20707 U.S.DEPARTMENTOFCOMMERCE TechnologyAdministration NationalInstituteofStandards andTechnology Bldg.220Rm.B124

Navigation and Control of Continuous Mining Systems Tech

01/06/1998 Navigation and Control of Continuous Mining Systems Advanced technologies improve the accuracy of continuous mining systems. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Research conducted at the Pittsburgh Research Center (formerly U.S. Bureau of Mines) developed technology that will allow computer-assisted operation of mechanized equipment

US3210122A Continuous mining machine and control system

Continuous mining machine and control system therefor Download PDF Info Publication number US3210122A. US3210122A US838110A US83811059A US3210122A US 3210122 A US3210122 A US 3210122A US 838110 A US838110 A US 838110A US 83811059 A US83811059 A US 83811059A US 3210122 A US3210122 A US 3210122A Authority US United States Prior art keywords hydraulic

Closed Loop Control for a Continuous Mining Machine

Establishing accurate, computer-based control of a continuous mining machine is the first step in the development of autonomous, robotic mining equipment. With autonomous operation of a continuous mining machine, improvements in safety would be realized by removing workers from hazardous areas and relieving them of dangerous tasks. Also, productivity gains could be realized by optimizing

Controlling Dust on Continuous Mining Operations

Continuous Miner Scrubber Effectiveness • MSHA approves use of deep cuts (roof, methane, dust control) −Mines must demonstrate effective control in standard cuts before MSHA considers approval of deep cut −Flooded-bed scrubber is a key component in deep cut dust control • Industry Are deep cuts dustier than standard cuts?

Continuous miners Introduction underground COAL

The term "continuous" as applied to development machines has been one of the biggest misnomers used for mining equipment because, on development, they are usually anything but continuously cutting. The main delays mostly occur while roof support is installed and often waiting for shuttle cars to return from their discharge point for reloading. When actually cutting, cutting rates are usually

A Motion Control Algorithm for a Continuous Mining Machine

for the control of the movement of continuous mining machines (tramming control) is an important part of this overall effort. The tramming control algorithm design described is in concert with hierarchical architecture design principles developed at National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), referred to as the Real-Time Control Systems (RCS) methodology. The algorithm design allows

Cable Handling, Remote Control Continuous Miners

29/04/2010 continuous mining machines by remote control, most of them while tramming the continuous miner from "place-to-place". The majority of these accidents have occurred to machine operators or helpers being caught between the right rear of the mining machine and the coal rib. The following practices have proven to reduce hazards: If equipped with a deck and canopy, use it when

Continuous Miners Eickhoff

In order to ensure all-time reliable and cost-effective underground production, roof bolters and drillers, hydraulic and electrical traction systems as well as leading-edge control concepts are among the many advantages of the Eickhoff continuous miners convincing machines with unstoppable power. For a wide range of varying seam thicknesses.

Laser tracking and tram control of a continuous mining

The item Laser tracking and tram control of a continuous mining machine, by Donna L. Anderson represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library. This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch. Creator. Anderson, Donna L ; Contributor. United States, Bureau of Mines; Language eng. Work Publication