Coal (black diamond)

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Coal (black diamond)

  1. 1. BLACK DIAMOND(COAL)
  2. 2.  REHAN QUADRIMUKESH KUMARMD LAYAKAT ANSARIABDUL AHADABU JAFAR YABUB ISLAMGROUP - C
  3. 3.  Coal is a black or brown rock that can be ignitedand burned to produce energy in the form of heat.
  4. 4.  First Indian mining operations begun in1774. Development of steam engine in 1850’sspurred coal demand. World War I created another surge indemand. National Coal Development Corporation(NCDC) – 1956 formed. Steel industry growth in 1950’s and 1960’ssent coal demand to all time highs.HISTORY
  5. 5.  Anthracite Bituminous Lignite Peat
  6. 6.  India’s largest coal miningcompany. Responsible for approximately85% of total Indian production.› 324 million tons in 2005.1) Eastern Coalfields LTD2) Bharat Coking Coal LTD3) Central Coalfields LTD4) Central Mine Planning5) Northern Coalfields LTD6) South Eastern Coalfields LTD7) Western Coalfields LTD8) Mahanadi Coalfields LTD9) North Eastern Coalfields
  7. 7.  Surface Mining Underground MiningCOAL MINING
  8. 8. SURFACE MINING Surface mining is done by removing(stripping) surface vegetation, dirt,and if necessary, layers of bedrock inorder to reach buried ore deposits.
  9. 9. UNDERGROUNG MININGUnderground mining consists of digging tunnels or shafts into theearth to reach buried ore deposits, Underground modes of accessinclude drift, slope, and shaft mining.
  10. 10. Throughout history, coal has been a useful resource, It is thelargest source of energy for the generation of electricityworldwide, and is also used for industrial purposes, such asrefining metals.USES OF COALINDUSTRY DOMESTIC
  11. 11.  Air Quality Water Pollution Noise Pollution Impact on Land
  12. 12. TAILINGSPOLLUTEDSURFACE WATER
  13. 13.  Large scale excavation. Removal of topsoil. Dumping of solid wastes. Creation of derelict land. Subsidence. Noise and vibrations.
  14. 14.  Rapid population growth and skyrocketing demand forenergy. 70% of coal consumption expected to be in electric powersector. In 2003, coal-fired power plants consumed 5.0 quadrillion Btuof coal, representing 69% of India’s total coal demand. Coal-fired generating capacity projected to increase from 67GW in 2003 to 161 GW in 2030.
  15. 15. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTA lot of thanks to God by whose grace thispresentation has been completed. Here ,We expressour deep gratitude to our teachers who encouraged usto make this PowerPoint presentation.Our special thanks to my colleagues who provided usthe skilful thoughts and ideas regarding this and it isin their company that we enjoyed making it.
  16. 16. QUESTIONS&COMMENTS

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