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Three-dimensional geoscience modeling and simulation of gas explosion in coal mine

  • Defu Che (车德福)
  • Honghe Zhou (周鸿鹤)
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Abstract

Gas explosion is one of the most serious events in coal mine. In consideration of the limitation of past research method about gas explosion, three-dimensional (3D) modeling and simulation are suggested. This paper analyzes the research achievements on 3D modeling, and studies the modeling method of strata and laneway based on geoscience modeling. After the 3D modeling of strata and laneways, the simulation of gas explosion (such as gas exploding, color, burning, virtual wandering and rock caving) is performed. The research method is meaningful for safety analysis and safety survey.

Keywords

geoscience modeling gas explosion strata laneway particle system 

CLC number

TD 178 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Resources and Civil EngineeringNortheastern UniversityShenyangChina

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