E3S Web Conf.
Volume 201, 2020Ukrainian School of Mining Engineering - 2020
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Published online||23 October 2020|
Peculiarities of using classification indicators of the coal metamorphism degree for predicting the hazardous coal seams properties
Volodymyr Dahl East Ukrainian National University, 59-a Tsentralnyi Ave., 93400 Sievierodonetsk, Ukraine
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Currently, there is no reliable regulatory framework for determining the hazardous properties of coal seams, including the propensity of coal for spontaneous combustion. Under relatively identical mining engineering and geological conditions for mining coal seams, the probability of emergency situations is determined to a large extent by the genetic properties of coal. The research methodology is based on the classical definition of metamorphism, which characterizes the change in the composition and properties of coal. The analysis involves indicators that directly or indirectly characterize the elemental composition of organic and mineral mass, chemical activity and physico-mechanical properties. This will allow to establish a specific composition and properties that contribute to the manifestation of certain hazardous properties of coal seams during mining operations. It is shown that the modern industrial classification does not take into account the change in the organic and mineral constituents of coal, which does not make it possible to use it unchanged to predict the hazardous properties of coal seams.
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