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Temperature and wind framework can help predict coal gas explosions

MONITORING gas, temperature, and wind could be used to develop a gas warning system with improved sensitivity to help reduce the incidence of gas explosions in underground coal mines.

A gas monitoring system that takes a holistic approach to assessing wind, gas, and temperature conditions is being developed.

A gas monitoring system that takes a holistic approach to assessing wind, gas, and temperature conditions is being developed.

A joint study between Charles Darwin University and University Technology Sydney, An FSV analysis approach to verify the robustness of the triple-correlation analysis theoretical framework, focused on...

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