Tailings Impoundment Closure: It's All in the Eye of the Beholder
Since the early 1900s, the mining and power-generation industries have disposed of tailings and other waste products using impoundments. The term "tailings" typically refers to the fine-grained waste product...

Cumulative Hydrologic Impact Assessment of West Virginia Coal Mine Permits Using HSPF and WCMS

Coal Mine Hydrology Requirements to Manage Watershed Impacts

Evaluating the Liquefaction Potential of Coal Waste Impoundments

Solid and Sandwich Paving Slabs Containing Coal Combustion Dry Botton Ash

Measured Horizontal and Vertical Movements from a Sag Subsidence

Mine Shaft Stabilization Using Compaction Grouting

TDR Monitoring of Overburden Deformation to Verify Modeled Behavior

Hydrologic Analysis for Ecological Risk Assessment of Watersheds with Abandoned Mine Lands

Contaminant Transport through a Coal Washery Discard Reactive Well

Ground Attack
Buried surfaces made of concrete, ductile iron and carbon steel are susceptible to corrosion by the soil that surrounds them, but there are numerous ways that these surfaces may be protected....

The Los Angeles Export Terminal's Coal Transportation Link to the Pacific Rim

Seismic Stability of Coal-Waste Tailing Dams

Grouting to Control Coal Mine Subsidence

Dynamic Compaction to Remediate Coal Spoil

Displacement Grouting Used in Abandoned Mine Lands

Practical Experiences with Sealing Technology in the Czech Republic

Geotechnical Study and Remediation Design for Coal Mine Spoil Instability in Discontinuous Permafrost — A Case Study

Coal's Clean Comeback
At Tampa's new power station, engineers from the power plant industry meet those from the chemical industry to construct an environmentally safe way to use low-cost coal....

Utilization of Coal Fly Ash from Fluidized Bed Combustion Systems

 

 

 

 

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