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Air velocity measurement in underground excavations
AuthorCasten, Timothy Paul
Mining and Metallurgical Engineering
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Several instruments used for measuring air velocity were tested in a laboratory wind tunnel and in a mining environment. They were compared against each other and a range of conventional and robotic measuring methods.
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