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Title : Fighting mine fires using gases with particular reference to nitrogen
Subject : Mine Fire
Volume No. : xxx
Issue No. : 
Author : S.K. Ray, A. Zutshi, B.C. Bhowmick, N. Sahay, R.P. Singh
Printed Year : 2000
No of Pages  : 8: 265-272
Description : 

The practice of pumping gases which inhibit combustion for purposes of controlling or extinguishing mine fires is now universally accepted. The practice has been used many times in coal mines in India and the experiences are reviewed. The procedures relating to a membrane based nitrogen generator and to a combustion gases generator are described. The physical properties, practical requirements and economic implications of using different gases is briefly reviewed. Some aspects of the practice as related to mine fires in certain collieries in other countries are dealt with.


Title : Fighting mine fires using gases with particular reference to nitrogen
Subject : Mine Fire
Volume No. : 100
Issue No. : 4
Author : S.K. Ray, A. Zutshi, B.C. Bhowmick, N. Sahay, and R.P. Singh
Printed Year : 2000
No of Pages  : 265-272
Description : 

Fighting mine fires using gases with particular reference to nitrogen