Investigation of techno-economic feasibility and environmental benefits of mine waste heat recovery systems for an underground mine in northern british columbia

Underground mining operations are very energy intensive and could require significant use of fossil fuel burning on site for electrification and heat provision, if situated in off-grid areas. Conventionally, these power plants employ diesel gen-sets that can convert only about 35% of the combustion energy to qualified work and discard about 65% of the energy […]

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