Accident Monitoring Articles

  • Patterns of gob-water inrush in Chinese coalmines

    Gob-water is a serious hazard in Chinese coalmines. Such inrushes have caused more than 80% of the coalmine water accidents recorded in recent years. This study is based on reviews of past gob-water hazard cases in China. Six inrush patterns are suggested, caused by gobs exposed by tunneling, channeled by faults, or fissure or caving zone channeling, damage to or collapse of water-resistant ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • An Expert System for Source-Term Analysis and Accidental Release Modeling

    Title III of the Clean Air Act Amendments (CAAA) of 1990 requires establishing regulations to prevent the accidental release and to minimize the consequence of any such release of chemicals listed under 40 CFR Part 68. There is a need for a systematic approach for applying mathematical models to estimate the impact from the large number of potential release scenarios associated with these ...

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