DESIGN, MAKING, MODELING AND CONTROL OF A MINE PROTOTYPE FOR RESEARCH IN MINING VENTILATION

  • Juan Mauricio Salamanca
  • John Jairo Niño Merchán
  • Adrián Felipe Pérez
Palabras clave: Sensing gases controller, reaction curves, Proportional Integral and Derivative Control (PID), mining Ventilation (es_ES)

Resumen (es_ES)

The main goal of a ventilation system is to supply mining activities with fresh and good-quality air. The major function of the ventilation control is to pump fresh air to the extraction shafts via tarpaulin tube to extract gases such as CH4, CO, SO2, H2S, NO2 and/or CO2. This operation depends on the type of extracted ore and also on the mining method applied. This paper describes the design, modeling and control of a mine prototype for studying mine ventilation. The prototype mine shown is designed to recreate a ventilation system that includes gas sensors that provide real-time measurements, also a control center where fan control can be carried out according to the percentages of detected gas, and precise knowledge about the actual energy consumption of fans.

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Cómo citar
Salamanca, J., Niño Merchán, J., & Pérez, A. (2014). DESIGN, MAKING, MODELING AND CONTROL OF A MINE PROTOTYPE FOR RESEARCH IN MINING VENTILATION. Visión Electrónica, 8(1), 19-28. https://doi.org/10.14483/22484728.7856
Publicado: 2014-12-03
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Visión Investigadora