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The study of gas seepage under the condition of multifield coupling has always been an important topic in coal mining. Based on the theory of multifield coupling and the research method of numerical simulation, the influences of the stress and temperature fields on the seepage field under the conditions of deep coal mining are studied. With the example of the J15-31030 deep working face from mine No. 12 in the Pingdingshan Coal Mine, modeling and finite element analysis are carried out. The influences of the mining stress field and temperature field on the gas seepage field are preliminarily revealed. The results show that the closer to the working face, the greater the velocity of the seepage field is, and the greater the gradient of velocity change. There is a clear negative correlation between the mining stress field and the permeability of the seepage field. The larger the excavation length is, the greater the change gradient of the rock permeability near the working face is. The temperature field has a significant impact on the adsorbed gas in the seepage field. These research results provide the corresponding basis for the safety control and effective mining of coal mine gas.
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THERMAL SCIENCE YEAR 2020, VOLUME 24, ISSUE Issue 6, PAGES [3923 - 3931]
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