Soviet Mining

, Volume 22, Issue 2, pp 140–146 | Cite as

Modeling the process of self-ignition taking into account the influence of moisture on oxidative processes in coal

  • V. S. Evseev
  • S. P. Voroshilov
Mechanism and Automation of Rock Breaking

Conclusions

  1. 1.

    Theoretical and experimental studies have indicated that the destruction of the film of adsorptionbound moisture drastically intensifies the coal oxidation process.

     
  2. 2.

    A mathematical model has been developed of the process of coal self-ignition which makes it possible to estimate the length of the incubation period and the fire-hazardous air movement speeds in a coal heap.

     

Keywords

Brown Coal Sorption Rate Coal Surface Coal Oxidation Oxygen Sorption 

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  • V. S. Evseev
  • S. P. Voroshilov

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