Hydraulic Mining of Anthracite
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Hydraulic Mining of Anthracite Engineering Development Studies. by United States. Bureau of Mines.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesReport of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 6610
ContributionsBuch, J.
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Open LibraryOL21740939M

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out of 5 stars Anthracite Railroads and Mining. Reviewed in the United States on October 7, Verified Purchase. Very good. It and it's companion book do a good job of covering the Anthracite coal mining areas in the Nor. East Pa. Read 5/5(4). This book was a wonderful and interesting mix of subjects and material. The author wove together family history, mining industry history and anthracite mining techniques onto a wonderfully personal scene which kept the pages turning/5(3). COAL MINING METHODS Underground coal mining methods are classified according to the method of ground control (an excellent description of all methods is provided in Samuel M. Cassidy, Ed., Elements of Practical Coal Mining, New York: American Institute of Mining Engineers, ) as either room and pillar or longwall (shortwall is considered a. There are two types of coal found in Pennsylvania: anthracite (the “hard coal” found in Northeastern Pennsylvania below the Allegheny Ridge southwest to Harrisburg; also called “stone coal”, “rock coal” in the s) and bituminous (“soft coal”, found west of the Allegheny Front escarpment).Anthracite coal is a natural mineral with a high carbon and energy content that .

Hydraulic Coal Mining the underground working of coal deposits in which the coal is excavated, transported, and lifted to the surface by using the energy of a water jet. The source is usually underground water flowing into the mine. The first experimental operations with hydraulic coal mining were carried out in by V. S. Muchnik in the Kizel. In underground mining, locomotives and load-haul-dump (LHD) are the most common light duty . Four distinct anthracite coal fields encompass an area of 1, square miles in the northeastern portion of Pennsylvania. In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, underground coal mining was at its zenith and the work of miners was more grueling and dangerous than it is today. Faces blackened by coal and helmet lamps lit by fire are no longer parts of the everyday lives 5/5(2). Coal can be mined from a substantially vertical or steeply inclined seam by forming a cavity in the seam and filling the cavity with a magnetite slurry having a specific gravity greater than the coal being mined therefrom. As the coal is dislodged, it will float to the top and be pumped from the cavity by the excess magnetite slurry being supplied to the by:

  The anthracite mining industry loomed over the region until its decline in the s. Strip mines and fires, most notably in Centralia remain visible. Several violent incidences in the history of the U.S. labor movement occurred within the coal region as this was the location of the Lattimer Massacre and the home of the Molly : Jennie Levine Knies. There lies before me a fat volume, of almost a thousand octavo pages, which might be called the "Book of Accidents." It is the report of the Bureau of Mines of the State of Pennsylvania for the year , and is made up of the reports of the inspectors of the eight anthracite and ten bituminous districts. Describe some of the detrimental environmental effects of both surface and subsurface mining High CO2 production, high particle pollution form soot, acid rain, land disturbance Describe why anthracite is a better fuel than peat. When anthracite is mined, the mining companies prepay the cost of reclamation in the form of “full cost” bonds to the government to ensure reclamation of the land. These bonds, depending on the expected size of the mine operation, can total millions of dollars per location. Additionally, a portion of the price from each ton of anthracite File Size: KB.