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G. I. Korshunov
Professor, Ph.D., Dr.Sci., Professor
Saint Petersburg mining university
Saint Petersburg Russia
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Professor, Ph.D., Dr.Sci., Professor
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Saint Petersburg mining university
Saint Petersburg
Russia
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  • Date submitted
    2021-01-21
  • Date accepted
    2021-04-19
  • Date published
    2021-05-21

Justification of the use of a vegetal additive to diesel fuel as a method of protecting underground personnel of coal mines from the impact of harmful emissions of diesel-hydraulic locomotives

Equipment with diesel engines is used in all mining enterprises. Monorail diesel transport is of great importance in coal mines, as it facilitates the heavy labor of workers when transporting materials and people, fixing mining workings, refueling and repairing equipment, which leads to an increase in the speed of tunneling operations. Reducing the concentration of harmful gases from diesel-hydraulic locomotives at the workplaces of coal mine locomotive drivers can be ensured by the use of additives to diesel fuel that reduce the volume of harmful gas emissions during the operation of diesel-hydraulic locomotives. Additive ester-based on vegetal oil in the amount of 5 mass % in a mixture with hydrotreated diesel fuel reduces the concentration of carbon monoxide by 19-60 %, nitrogen oxides by 17-98 %, depending on the operating mode of the engine, the smoke content of the exhaust gases is reduced to 71 %. There is an improvement in working conditions at the workplace of the driver of a diesel-hydraulic locomotive by the chemical factor due to the reduction of the class of working conditions from 3.1. to 2.

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G. I. Korshunov, Anzhelika M. Eremeeva, Carsten Drebenstedt (2021) Justification of the use of a vegetal additive to diesel fuel as a method of protecting underground personnel of coal mines from the impact of harmful emissions of diesel-hydraulic locomotives. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 247. p. 39-47. DOI: 10.31897/PMI.2021.1.5