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  • Cholevová, Iveta; Onderková, Ivana (Scientific Journals of the Maritime University of Szczecin, Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Morskiej w Szczecinie, 2012)
    The process of firedamps´ release into worked-out areas, which often communicate with the surface after stopping the coal mining activity is very topical problem in the region of Ostrava. Firedamps contain namely dangerous methane, which is a result of the coalification process. Contemporary findings in this area show that the outflow of firedamps into the atmosphere is above all related to barometer pressure´s development. In 1995, the realization of degassing wells was initiated in region of Slezská Ostrava. Within the fremawork of monitoring, methane concentrations, gas-air mixture amount and barometer rates are measured among others. This paper gives information about mathematic data processing originated from the monitoring unit of the degassing well used for leading of firedamps from the underground, which is situated in Slezská Ostrava region
  • Onderková, Ivana; Cholevová, Iveta (Scientific Journals of the Maritime University of Szczecin, Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Morskiej w Szczecinie, 2014)
    For disintegration process control we need a quantity that respects objectively rock-disintegrating tool interaction with the elimination of human factor. From this, basic requirements for the evaluation quantity given below follow: is available in advance or at the moment of disintegration; minimises the influence of human factor on the resultant effect; evaluates objectively the disintegration process. A measure of efficiency of any disintegration process is the consumption of energy usually related to the unit volume of disintegrated rock; on the basis of analysis done theoretical and practical researches orientated towards the disintegration processes and the verification of objectivity when used in situ (in drilling and tunnelling), at present it is minimised specific volume energy that is the most objective evaluation quantity. This quantity has a general validity for dispersion processes, and thus its use even for the evaluation of diggability on the digging wheel of excavator has a rational basis. In connection with the GIS application for controlling the extracted quantity, an optimal tool is offered for the maximum efficiency of excavation process.

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