subsidiary transport

subsidiary transport

[səb′sid·ē‚er·ē ′tranz‚pȯrt]
(mining engineering)
The conveying or haulage of coal or mineral from the working faces to a junction or loading point.
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It will be one of the first infrastructure projects operated by Welsh Government's subsidiary Transport for Wales, which has taken over from Cardiff council after lengthy delays.
Nearly 150 papers consider such aspects as the design of a compact five-coordinate measuring machine, research and application of subsidiary transport in mines based on flexible surge bin design, research and applications on reverse engineering of tooth surfaces of hypoid gears, analyzing pressure vessel manufacturing technology development, a filtration and pulse cleaning system for removing particles from gas, the development history of water hydraulic technology and its application in coal mine production, using high-speed photography to investigate the motion states of the hammers while a hammer mill runs steadily, the lateral vibration analysis of the machine drive screw, and the numerical simulation of fluid dynamics in a two-dimensional gas-solid bubbling fluidized bed.
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