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Multi-function mine safety systems (MFMS) are intended for preventing accidents under various geodynamic, aerological and induced hazards by means of actuation of emergency protection and on-line inspection of compliance between the technology and pre-set parameters. The MFMS requirements are set out in the national standard (GOST R 55154-2012). Creation and modernization of safety and control systems uses modern long-distance communication devices as well as software support, which inevitably results in higher load on the mine communication lines. MFMS is composed of subsystems. The information flows in these subsystems determine the contents of data base pools on status condition of automation devices, equipment and instruments, as well as on personnel actions in normal, prefault and emergency modes. The conceptual (infological) model of the MFMS data base can be used in design of a relation data base for solving specific problems.

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ISBN: 0236-1493
УДК: 622.81:622.333
DOI: 10.25018/0236-1493-2019-01-0-216-227
Authors: Khivrin M. V.

Authors' Information:
Khivrin M.V., Candidate of Technical Sciences, Assistant Professor, e-mail: hivrin@mail.ru,
Institute of Information Technologies and Automated Control Systems,
National University of Science and Technology «MISiS», 119049, Moscow, Russia.

Key words:
Mine air, aerological parameters, multi-function, information flows, explosion-protected, coal min, subsystem, software support, devices, administration, control, operator, data base, conceptual model, safety, efficiency, response time, functioning control, interface, diagrams, models, structure, modules, emergency protection, operability, reliability.


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