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Title: Inertisation of sealed coal mine panels using microbial organisms.
Authors: Creedy, DP
Burton, C
Sharman, A
Phillips, HR
Alexander, JJ
Keywords: SIMRAC
COL 604
Sealed coal mine panels
Issue Date: Feb-2000
Citation: Creedy, DP, et al. 2000. Inertisation of sealed coal mine panels using microbial organisms. Safety in Mines Research Advisory Committee, COL 604, February, 2000, pp 1-22
Abstract: This is the second part of two part study examining the possibility of using naturally occurring methane-oxidising organising organisms to prevent the accumulation of flammable mixtures in sealed areas within coal mines. The first phase reviewed previous work undertaken in various coal mining countries which demonstrated the potential of the technology subject to overcoming some problems relating to scale.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1464
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