noise in the mining industry

Noise in the mining industry. An overview (Technical ...

2021-9-28  @article{osti_5773747, title = {Noise in the mining industry. An overview}, author = {Giardino, D. A. and Marraccini, L. C.}, abstractNote = {This paper surveys noise levels, noise exposure patterns, and frequency spectra found in the mining environment; the effects of mining noise on the working population; and the quantification of hearing loss in the coal mining industry.

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Applications of Noise Control in the Mining Industry ...

2015-1-8  Noise has been considered a problem in the mining industry for many years, and the gradual growth in mechanization over the last century has resulted in increased noise levels in many sectors (Sensogut, 2007). In fact, it is currently estimated that 80% of US miners work in an environment where the time-weighted noise average exceeds 85 dB, and ...

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Noise Pollution and Its Control in Mining

2021-11-5  Noise Pollution and Its Control in Mining. Article shared by : The noise is now being recognised as a major health hazard; resulting in annoyance, partial hearing loss and even permanent damage to the inner ear after prolonged exposure. The problem underground is of special importance because of the acoustics of the confined space.

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CROSS-SECTIONAL SURVEY OF NOISE EXPOSURE IN THE

sectional survey of noise sources and worker noise exposures in the mining industry to address this deficiency. The initial effort, conducted at a coal preparation plant and results are described in this paper. Preliminary analyses indicate that the noise levels on all floors exceeds 90 dBA in most areas, and that

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(PDF) Occupational Noise in Mines and its Control - A Case ...

In parallel to this improvement, sources of noise and ambient noise at work in the mining industry have shown a noticable increase. In this work, the noise sources and levels

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NOISE IDENTIFICATION, MODELING AND CONTROL IN

2015-5-27  NOISE IDENTIFICATION, MODELING AND CONTROL IN MINING INDUSTRY Debi Prasad Tripathy1 and Santosh Kumar Nanda2 1Department of Mining Engineeing, National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, Odisha, 769008 2Center for Research, Development and Consultancy (CRDC), Eastern Academy of Science and Technology, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India, 754001 E-mail:

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Noise Control System Market for Mining Industry Analysis

The global noise control system market for mining industry can be segmented based on source of noise, application, and region. In terms of source of noise, the market can be divided into continuous miners, shearers, compressors, and others. Based on application, the market can be bifurcated into open pit mining and underground mining.

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Management of noise in Western Australian mining ...

2021-11-3  Australian mining industry. These shifts involve greater risks to workers’ hearing than indicated by the noise exposure level of L. Aeq,8h. The noise exposure of workers engaged in duties on extended work shifts (L. Aeq,T, where T is equivalent to the time exposed) should first be normalised to an eight hour exposure, before

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Airborne Contaminants Noise and Vibration Handbook

2019-4-4  Mining is a global industry, and Australian companies are active investors and explorers in nearly all mining provinces around the world. The Australian Government recognises that a better mining industry means more growth, jobs, investment and trade, and that these benefits should flow through to higher living standards for all.

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Noise in mining Industry Request PDF - ResearchGate

Request PDF On Oct 3, 2015, Henok Nepembe published Noise in mining Industry Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate

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Noise Pollution and Its Control in Mining

2021-11-5  Noise Pollution and Its Control in Mining. Article shared by : The noise is now being recognised as a major health hazard; resulting in annoyance, partial hearing loss and even permanent damage to the inner ear after prolonged exposure. The problem underground is of special importance because of the acoustics of the confined space.

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(PDF) Noise pollution in mining workplaces

levels of noise exposed in the various branches of industry are analyzed, mining ranks second after the airport noise. In today's mining industry mechanization is being implemented and workers may ...

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Noise pollution in mining operations: Prediction of noise ...

Chile is the principal producer of copper with a total of 5.8 million tonnes fine copper production in 2013. Chilean mining industry currently faces a projected increase in waste production ...

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Noise identification, modeling, and control in mining

Noise identification, modeling, and control in mining industry. Prolonged exposure of miners to the high levels of noise in opencast and underground mines can cause noise induced hearing loss and non-auditory health effects. To minimize noise risk, it is imperative to identify machinery noise and their impacts on miners at the work place and ...

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CROSS-SECTIONAL SURVEY OF NOISE EXPOSURE IN THE

sectional survey of noise sources and worker noise exposures in the mining industry to address this deficiency. The initial effort, conducted at a coal preparation plant and results are described in this paper. Preliminary analyses indicate that the noise levels on all floors exceeds 90 dBA in most areas, and that

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(PDF) Noise Assessment in Mines – A Critical Review

The noise level generated by the muffler production process in a small muffler industry can exceeds the threshold standard at 85 dB of 8 hours work. This study identifies the value of noise at the ...

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Noise Control System Market for Mining Industry Analysis

The global noise control system market for mining industry can be segmented based on source of noise, application, and region. In terms of source of noise, the market can be divided into continuous miners, shearers, compressors, and others. Based on application, the market can be bifurcated into open pit mining and underground mining.

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Noise and Vibration Related Disease in the Mining Industry

2015-11-2  Noise and Vibration Related Disease in the Mining Industry ‘’Better Deaf than Dead’ Presentation to the Alpha Foundation for the Improvement of Mine Safety and Health, Inc. October 10. 2012 . Charleston, West Virginia . Martin Cherniack, MD, MPH . Anthony Brammer, PhD . Jenn Cavallari, ScD, CIH . Donald Peterson, PhD . Ergonomics ...

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Management of noise in Western Australian mining ...

2021-11-3  Australian mining industry. These shifts involve greater risks to workers’ hearing than indicated by the noise exposure level of L. Aeq,8h. The noise exposure of workers engaged in duties on extended work shifts (L. Aeq,T, where T is equivalent to the time exposed) should first be normalised to an eight hour exposure, before

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Mining Noise Monitoring - Larson Davis

The management of noise from mining operations is recognized as a fundamental responsibility of the mining industry. Implementing a noise management system that includes noise surveys, day and night noise mitigation, and some level of noise monitoring is a primary function that is required to meet environmental impact standards in most locations.

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[Some aspects of noise in the mining industry].

1. Med Lav. 1982 Mar-Apr;73(2):118-30. [Some aspects of noise in the mining industry]. [Article in Italian] Atzeri S, Casula D. PMID: 7110040

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Environmental Propagation of Noise in Mines and Nearby ...

2021-10-22  Noise is recognized as a major pollutant of the mining environment. Due to improvement in mechanization and continuous operation in mines, the equipment inventory has undergone a substantial change. The spatial distribution of mining activity also changes faster nowadays due to faster mining with more machines at work.

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Problems associated with noise measurements in the

In response to the continuing problem of noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) among mine workers, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has been conducting numerous noise- and hearing-loss research efforts in the mining industry. Research is underway to determine worker noise exposure, equipment noise, hearing loss and hearing protection use, and to evaluate ...

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Profiles of noise exposure levels in South African Mining

2015-4-10  diamond mine (89 per cent). In the mining industry as a whole, on average, 73.2 per cent of the workers are exposed to noise levels above the OEL, and are therefore at risk for the development of NIHL. Noise exposure for occupations in the mining industry The summarized noise

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Noise emission levels in coal industry - ScienceDirect

1998-5-1  The noise levels in coal washeries, coal preparation plants, open cast and underground mining centres are very high when compared to accepted limits for occupational noise exposure. Even the residual noise level when there is minimal activity is 80 to 82 dB. The results of the noise emitted by machines are analysed to predict an overall noise ...

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STATISTICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE NOISE LEVELS IN

Keywords : Noise Level, Mining Industry, ANOVA, Tukey 1. Introduction Noise level in an area near to any mining operation depends on numerous factors. However, the most important criterion for estimating the environmental noise is to evaluate the sound power level of the noise sources (Pathak et al. 1999).

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Engineering and Administrative Noise Controls for the ...

2018-3-9  Engineering and Administrative Noise Controls for the Mining Industry One of the committee’s recommendations was to develop a guid-ance document that would explain the issues behind feasibility determinations and identify those engineering and administrative noise controls that were found to be technologically achievable.

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Summary - Mining Industry Occupational Safety Health

2021-11-3  Summary. Noise is any unwanted sound that has the potential to interfere with communication and to damage people's hearing. Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) is a permanent impairment of hearing, resulting from exposure to excessive noise. NIHL is one of the most prevalent occupational injuries in the South African mining industry.

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Cross-Sectional Survey Of Noise Exposure In The Mining ...

The Pittsburgh Research Laboratory (PRL) of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) is conducting a cross-sectional survey of noise sources and worker noise exposures in the mining industry to address this deficiency. The initial effort, conducted at a coal preparation plant and results are described in this paper.

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