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Coal Measures

[′kōl ‚mezh·ərz]
(geology)
The sequence of rocks typically containing coal of the Upper Carboniferous.
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Using a MTSMTS653 high-temperature furnace and Split Hopkinson Pressure Bar (SHPB) experimental system, this paper performed Brazilian disk tests on coal measure sandstone specimens at 800[degrees]C heat treatment and slow cooling from different heating rates.
In eastern Ordos basin, it was well developed that Upper Paleozoic Carboniferous-Permian coal measure strata, the layers of coal seams are more, and the distribution is relatively stable.
The cell is capable of carrying out high confining pressure tests, making it suitable to simulate a high in situ stress environment in coal measure rocks.
(14.) Coal measure rocks are groups of sandstones and shales that usually contain coal seams.
Designed for mine operators needing software that could be used for coal exploration and mining operations, Coal Measure's strengths ultimately lie in driving cost reductions, improving planning and increasing operational efficiencies.
The lasting significance of Dawson's paleobotanical work is emphasized by many recent papers concerning the Pennsylvanian coal measures of Atlantic Canada, which have either directly built on research topics that Dawson initiated, or have confirmed hypotheses that Dawson framed.
It is estimated that a thirteen hole scout drilling campaign can test the presence of coal measures in the Karura Project area, indicated in Figure 3.
Prof Younger said that other coal measures likely to be encountered included the Three Quarter Seam at 230 metres and the Brockwell at 240 metres.
The periodic holocausts which overtake those who seek to wrest from Nature's custody the wealth of our fiery coal measures are occasions of inexpressible sadness even to those who frequently have the melancholy duty of assisting in, or recording, the after measures of rescue or relief - much more would those who, gained their first experiences in such disasters during the evening of Saturday and the morning of Sunday at the scene of the fearful catastrophe at the Albion Colliery, near Pontypridd, where more than 250 men were in a moment literally blown out of existence, be moved by the almost unparalleled sacrifice of precious human life.
These wells encountered significant oil and gas shows either at surface or via logging as they passed through the Cattamarra Coal Measures Formation.
Should additional coal measures be identified, they could enhance the overall project scale and future economics.