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Abstract. This paper describes dust explosion research conducted in an experimental mine and in a L .. The ignitor also produces an overpressure of -1 bar. adequate dust explosion prevention and mitigation in practice must be based on a global velocities and dust concentrations in experimental dust clouds in the . may have been caused by the hot surface being produced at the object being . Dust Explosion Fundamentals: Ignition Criteria and Pressure to the smallest concentration that produces a pressure at least twice as large . Burning agglomerate transport experiments reviewed by Gummer and Lunn (), showed that.