FEASIBILITY STUDY TO IMPLEMENT A COAL MINE ELECTRICAL HAZARD PREDICTION SYSTEM USING A MICROPROCESSOR.

Daniel Tylavsky, Jon G. Bredeson, Jeffery L. Kohler

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Abstract

A microprocessor based system for use in underground coal mines is being studied as an in-mine tool for the prediction of incipient safety hazards from component failures of in-mine electrical power systems. A system designated as the Sequential Events Detection Analysis and Prediction System (SEDAPS) for the prediction of incipient electrical component failure is being developed around a minicomputer framework. The microprocessor-based system being studied eliminates many disadvantages found in the prototype SEDAPS, which is a minicomputer based system, while maintaining its hazard prediction capability. The most attractive aspect of this design is the feasibility of installing it in and about the mine. This paper presents the hardware system design of the microprocessor based SEDAPS along with a sketch of the microprocessor selection process.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
StatePublished - 1978
Externally publishedYes
EventProc of the WVa Univ (WVU) Conf on Coal Mine Electrotechnol, 4th - Morgantown, WV, USA
Duration: Aug 2 1978Aug 4 1978

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OtherProc of the WVa Univ (WVU) Conf on Coal Mine Electrotechnol, 4th
CityMorgantown, WV, USA
Period8/2/788/4/78

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Coal mines
Microprocessor chips
Hazards
Minicomputers
Systems analysis
Hardware

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  • Engineering(all)

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Tylavsky, D., Bredeson, J. G., & Kohler, J. L. (1978). FEASIBILITY STUDY TO IMPLEMENT A COAL MINE ELECTRICAL HAZARD PREDICTION SYSTEM USING A MICROPROCESSOR. In Unknown Host Publication Title

FEASIBILITY STUDY TO IMPLEMENT A COAL MINE ELECTRICAL HAZARD PREDICTION SYSTEM USING A MICROPROCESSOR. / Tylavsky, Daniel; Bredeson, Jon G.; Kohler, Jeffery L.

Unknown Host Publication Title. 1978.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Tylavsky, D, Bredeson, JG & Kohler, JL 1978, FEASIBILITY STUDY TO IMPLEMENT A COAL MINE ELECTRICAL HAZARD PREDICTION SYSTEM USING A MICROPROCESSOR. in Unknown Host Publication Title. Proc of the WVa Univ (WVU) Conf on Coal Mine Electrotechnol, 4th, Morgantown, WV, USA, 8/2/78.
Tylavsky, Daniel ; Bredeson, Jon G. ; Kohler, Jeffery L. / FEASIBILITY STUDY TO IMPLEMENT A COAL MINE ELECTRICAL HAZARD PREDICTION SYSTEM USING A MICROPROCESSOR. Unknown Host Publication Title. 1978.
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