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Prediction of Coal Mine Gas Emission Quantity Based on Grey-Gas Geologic Method

Table 2

Contrast and statistics of the predicted result of gas emission quantity in coal face.

NumberGas content/m3/tThe thickness of overlying rock/mThe thickness of coal seam/mThe average of daily outputThe thickness of mudstone/mGas emission quantity predicted value/m3/tGas emission quantity measured value/m3/min

13.79672.004.031320.008.807.267.58
24.74670.004.051037.008.908.587.44
36.04668.004.081182.009.009.098.51
46.04666.004.101182.008.908.978.51
55.85663.004.201000.008.408.858.42
66.30664.004.321130.007.708.628.22
74.50666.004.36780.007.407.948.58
85.94668.004.401201.007.008.127.97
94.90670.004.41805.006.608.337.58
105.95674.004.421529.006.007.686.75
116.05678.004.451476.005.508.017.39
126.36680.004.421529.004.808.487.82
134.39687.004.501052.004.008.097.55
148.29695.004.401523.003.7010.9510.31
154.08702.004.321474.003.308.207.90

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