Volume 6, Issue 4, August 2018, Page: 98-103
The Solution of the Overvoltage Damage for IMS’s Microseismic Monitoring System
Chen Ruxiu, Department of Mechanical & Electrical, Cotech Engineering Fuzhou CORP, Fuzhou, China
Liao Hua, Department of Information, Hunan Shizhuyuan Nonferrous Metals CO, LTD, Chenzhou, China
Received: Aug. 1, 2018;       Accepted: Sep. 4, 2018;       Published: Oct. 15, 2018
DOI: 10.11648/j.ijmea.20180604.12      View  216      Downloads  25
Abstract
With the further development of digitized mine system construction, various kinds of communication,information,automatic and intelligent electronic equipment are widely used in mines. Due to the harsh underground environment of domestic (China) mines, various faults of electronic equipment occur frequently, such as dampness, dust pollution, burn damage, mechanical damage. This makes the system can not run stably and reliably. Especially the phenomenon of burning damage of electronic equipment. It is often large area damage when it happens, which seriously affects the safety production of enterprises. The IMS equipment of microseismic monitoring system that installed in Shizhuyuan Mine was burning damaged many times. Through the in-depth analysis and diagnosis of the failure of the IMS burning module and the overall microseismic monitoring system underground chamber, the fault (which is the system overvoltage) and its causes are found out. According to the reality condition of Shizhuyuan mine that how to prevent the overvoltage damage is systematic analysis and improvement. Than adopt effective measure and methods such as: prevention of overvoltage generation, cut off the intrusion pathway of overvoltage, choosing the surge protector reasonably with the insulation level of the system, switch to the right power supply plan and power supply facilities. These protective measures and methods comprehensively protect the safety of microseismic monitoring system equipment. After that, the microseismic monitoring system is successfully protected and no longer burned down. It successfully solves the problem of equipment burning damage of microseismic monitoring system, provides reliable guarantee for mine safety production. Shizhuyuan mine is a typical underground mining metal ore in China, the successfully solution of overvoltage damage provides a good demonstration for how to prevent mine electronic equipment underground from burning damage, It also provides more standardized and accurate requirements for the way and the protection of power supply system, and the laying of lines for a new projects.
Keywords
Microseismic Monitoring System, Protection, Overvoltage, Damage
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Chen Ruxiu, Liao Hua, The Solution of the Overvoltage Damage for IMS’s Microseismic Monitoring System, International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Applications. Vol. 6, No. 4, 2018, pp. 98-103. doi: 10.11648/j.ijmea.20180604.12
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