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Prediction of Self-Ignition Fire Propagation and Coal Loss in An Inclined Seam

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Prediction of Self-Ignition Fire Propagation and Coal Loss in An Inclined Seam
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Wang
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Yan-Ming
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Zhongguo kuang ye da xue (China University of Mining & Technology)
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author
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Li
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Xueqin
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Zhongguo kuang ye da xue (China University of Mining & Technology)
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Guo
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Zhixiong
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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Rutgers University
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Article, Refereed
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Peer reviewed
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2018
Abstract (type = Abstract)
The thermo-chemical processes of coal spontaneous combustion in a practical inclined outcrop seam were investigated in order to understand underground mineral self-ignition, fire propagation, and reserves loss. A heat and mass transfer model of porous coal-bearing stratum was employed, combining convection and radiation with transient exothermic source which is coupled with coal oxidation, oxygen supply, and fuel consumption. It is found that spontaneous combustion firstly occurs under lean oxygen condition and fire development controlled by the reaction heat release in the early oxidation process shifts to oxygen restriction after coal self-ignition. The stratum porosity affects significantly the fire propagation. Fire propagation rate slightly increases as the inclined angle decreases. Compared with indirect surface survey, the predicted reverses loss is more reasonable; and thus, the present model could provide a useful reference to loss estimation in coal fire hazards.
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English
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33 p.
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Combined heat transfer
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Coal fires
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Fire propagation
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Fuel loss
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Heat Transfer Research
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https://doi.org/10.1615/HeatTransRes.2018020029
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2018
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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
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School of Engineering
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Guo, Zhixiong
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doi:10.7282/T36976VD
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Accepted Manuscript
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2019-05-14
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