(A selection): 1.ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND POWER SUPPLY SYSTEMS FOR MINES. Mine power supply. Reliability of supply. Voltage selection. (2 papers). High-voltage pit plants. (3 papers). Standard high-voltage switching panels. (3 papers). Supply and location of pit substations. (2 papers). Pit substations. (5 papers). Low-voltage switching and distribution systems. Standard low-voltage distribution networks. (6 papers). Low-voltage mine network. Reactive power compensation. (2 papers). Trolley system. Mine lighting. Pit lighting. (5 papers). Lighting of opencast mines. (2 papers). Signalling and communications. (4 papers). 2. ELECTRIC MOTOR DRIVES. Electromechanical characteristics. (2 papers). Types of electric motor drives with respect to electric motor types. (1 paper). Synchronous motor drives. (2 papers). D.c. motor drives. (3 papers). Regulated electric motor drives. (1 paper). D.c. motors. (2 papers). Control and automatic control of mining operations. (3 papers). 3. ELECTRIC POWER CONSUMPTION IN MAIN PARTS OF THE MINE. General. Hoists. Main ventilation fans. Compressors. (2 papers). Drainage. Car transportation (trolley network). Continuous transportation. (2 papers). District consumption. Power consumption of an underground mining operation. Power consumption of an opencast mine. 4. PROTECTION FROM NETWORK-RELATED AND OTHER ELECTRICAL PHENOMENA IN MINES. General. Current overload. Heating caused by current loads. (4 papers). Overload protection. (2 papers). Earth fault and hazardous fault voltage protection. Earth faults in the network. (3 papers). Physiological effects of electric current on the human body. Boundary hazard conditions. (2 papers). Direct and indirect contact. Degree of electrical insulation. Earthing and potential equalization. Network protection systems. (1 paper). Protection in earthed systems. (4 papers). Residual current protection in impedance earthed networks - IT[Z] net
Both mining and electrical engineers need to bear in mind the following specific requirements of electrical applications in mining. 1) Economy of electrical plant and equipment in relation to the cost price of the extracted mineral ores, governed by the specific exploitation conditions, 2) Reliability of electrical plant and equipment for extractive operations, operational efficiency, and plant and personnel safety. 3) Special safeguards to counteract the additional hazards posed by the use of electric power, and by electrical phenomena in general. The book has been written along these lines, dealing with those topics which highlight the aspects of electrical engineering of relevance for mining engineers and aspects of mining operations that electrical engineers need, to meet the above-mentioned basic requirements governing the introduction and use of electrical plants and systems in mines.
This book is intended as a text book and will be of use to students, and colleges as well as to mining and electrical engineers.
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