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  • An Overview of Diesel Particulate Exposures and Control Technology in the U.S. Mining Industry
  • Collaborative Research Project to Evaluate Diesel Emission Control Strategies
  • Control of Diesel Particulate Emmissions in Underground Coal Mines
  • Diesel Particulate Exposures in Underground Mines
  • Diesels in Underground Coal Mines: An Historical Perspective
  • Electrical Protection of Starting Circuits on Diesel Engines
  • Estimation of Diesel Particulate Concentrations in Underground Mines
  • Evaluation of Personal Diesel Particulate Samplers
  • Evaluation of Two Diesel Particulate Sampling Devices
  • In Mine Comparison of Diesel Particulate Sampling Methods
  • Report on Issues Related To High Temperature Disposable Diesel Particulate Filters Including Laboratory Results on Kindling Temperatures
  • Results of Underground Mine Studies to Assess Diesel Particulate Exposures and Control Technologies
  • Safety Evaluation of Disposable Diesel Exhaust Filters for Permissible Mining Equipment
  • Sampling and Interferences for Diesel Particulate Matter in Underground Metal and Nonmetal Mine
  • Study to Assess the Performance of Ceramic Diesel Particulate Filters for Reducing Diesel Emissions
  • Using Bio-Diesel Fuels to Reduce DPM Concentrations DPM Results Using Various Blends of Bio-Diesel Fuels Mixtures in a Stone Mine