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Title: Development of active guidance systems to overcome problems of disorientation and low visibility following severe explosions.
Authors: Phillips, HR
Gouws, MJ
Keywords: SIMRAC
COL 108
Active guidance systems development
Severe explosions
Issue Date: Jan-1995
Citation: Phillips, HR and Gouws, MJ. 1995. Development of active guidance systems to overcome problems of disorientation and low visibility following severe explosions. Safety in Mines Advisory Committee, COL 108, January, 1995, pp 1-33
Abstract: The objective of this research project was to review methods of overcoming the disorientation of underground mine workers following an explosion or severe fire. The results of this project indicate that different strategies may be required for fires and explosions.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1359
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