Atmospheric fog in Canadian mines

CIM Bulletin, Vol. 82, No. 921, 1989

A.E. Hall, The University of British Columbia M.K. Gangal, CANMET, EMR S.B.V. Stewart, Golder Associates

An investigation into the problem of atmospheric fog in Canadian mines is described. Fog occurs in several mines and the reduced visibility can result in the closure of workings for safety reasons. Information on the mechanisms of fog formation are discussed and the methods for improving conditions are reviewed with their relative costs.
Mots Clés: Underground mining, Fog, Underground environment, Mine ventilation, Air quality control, Environmental control
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