Utilization of Coal Fly Ash from Fluidized Bed Combustion Systems

Design of a Major Dry Bulk Facility at the Port of Los Angeles

Control and Treatment of Coal Pile Stormwater Runoff at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Shotcreting Technology in Coal Mining - Development, Practice, and Field Experience

Treatment of Coal Mine Drainage with a Compost-Limestone Reactor

Biodegradiation of Naphtalene from Coal Tar: An Assessment of the Potential for Slurry Treatment at MGP Sites

Cover Systems for Managing Hazardous Waste

Modelling of the Transport of Acid and Copper in Tailings Based on the USGS MOC Model

Sources of Greatest Acidity in a Coal-Mined Watershed

Computer-Assisted Coal Mining — An Overview
The U.S. Bureau of Mines was created to conduct research to improve the health, safety, and efficiency of the coal and metal mining industries. In 1986, the Bureau embarked on a new, major...

A Real-Time Control Network for Robotic Mining
The application of computers and computer networks to coal mining machines is one approach the U.S. Bureau of mines is pursuing to enhance safety for the coal miner while at the same time...

Automation Concepts for In-Situ Waste Containment
The isolation of chemical and radioactive contaminants from groundwater supplies is a topic of increasing concern and urgency. In-situ containment of hazardous wastes is preferable if...

Coal Log Pipeline Technology: State of Development

Settlement Analysis of Landfill Liners over Deep Mined Areas
Tensile strains due to differential settlement from past mining activities were evaluated for a landfill liner. The landfill cell encompasses 20 acres and is located on a subsurface profile...

The Role of Shale Pores in Settlement
Waste fills resulting from the mining of coal in Appalachia should ideally consist of large, free-draining sedimentary rock fragments. The successful performance of these embankments is...

Hydration Mineralogy of Cementitious Coal Combustion By-Products

Coal Ash and Dredged Material in Reef Construction

Cleanup of a Coal Tar Deposit Using a Vacuum Clam

Geotechnical Instrumentation for Repository Shafts
The United States Congress passed the Nuclear Waste Policy Act in 1980, which required that three distinctly different geologic media be investigated as potential candidate sites for the...

Seismic Stabilization of St. Joe State Park Tailings Dams
Tailings dams constructed by the `upstream' method are known to be seismically vulnerable, but field experience indicates that their seismic stability usually improves following termination...





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