Sistema SCADA para la detección de atmósferas explosivas en minas subterraneas de carbón basado en redes de sensores inalámbricos (SCADA System for Detection of Explosive Atmospheres in Underground Coal Mines Through Wireless Sensor Network)

Alvaro Romero Acero (alromeroac@unal.edu.co), Alejandro Marín Cano (amarincan@unal.edu.co), Jovani Alberto Jiménez Builes (jajimen1@unal.edu.co)


Universidad Nacional de Colombia
This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina

Publication Date: Dec. 2014
Volume: 12,   Issue: 8 
ISSN: 1548-0992


Abstract:
This paper presents a wireless detection system for explosive atmospheres in underground coal mines based on the following methods: triangle Coward and diagram Bureau of Mines, as an alternative solution to the problem that exist in the highly explosive atmospheres in mines. Mathematical analysis and the measurement of the concentrations of the combustion gases in the atmosphere is performed by wireless data adquisition system based on ZigBee, and treated by a programming environment LabVIEW through a SCADA module.

Index Terms:
coward triangle,diagram bureau of mines,monitoring and control of explosive atmospheres,SCADA system,wireless sensor networks   


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