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Volume 354, 202210th International Symposium on Occupational Health and Safety (SESAM 2021)
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|Published online||06 January 2022|
Theoretical and experimental analysis on environmental pollution with exhaust gases at the mechanical dislocation of rocks, located in a protected nature environment
University of Petrosani, 20 University street, 332006, Petrosani, Romania.
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The paper approaches the theoretical and experimental analysis of the level of exhaust gas pollution in a protected nature environmental, located in the mountain area, for excavation a trench. Due to the legislative provisions prohibiting the use of explosives in the nature reservation or other protected nature environmental areas, the mechanized excavation solution remains the only viable option. Excavation the trench through the mechanized solution must be carried out, taking into account the maximum level of pollution with exhaust gases provided in the legislative norms. According to the geotechnical data, the rock composition to be excavated on the route will be of different hardness, which involves impactors of various powers to displace the rock, on the one hand, and on the other, different excavators and bulldozers for the handling the material resulted from excavation. The theoretical research required to solve the problem has several stages, of which we mention: choosing the correct mechanization solution for displacing the hard and very hard rock; determination of fuel consumption, and energy consumption, respectively, transformation of the energy consumed in the liquid fuel necessary for the tool driving engines, and which generate exhaust gases.
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