International Bureau of Mining Thermophysics (IBMT)
Bureau international de physique thermique minière (BIPTM)
Oficina Internacional de Fisica Térmica de Mineria
Internationales Büro für Bergbauwärmephysik (IBBW)
Mezdunarodnoe Bjuro po Gornoj Teplofizike (MBGT)
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1977-05 Bratislava Czechoslovakia
May 1977, Bratislava (Czechoslovakia), as a permanent international body of C-XC2307 - World Mining Congress (WMC), set up 1958, Warsaw (Poland). Statutes approved at 1st Plenary Meeting, 1979, Kiev (USSR); updated at 7th Plenary Meeting, 1996, Burgas (Bulgaria).
Secure exchange of information and promote scientific and technical cooperation during research activities and while solving practical problems in the field of mining thermophysics.
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Chairman; Vice Chairmen. Directorates (currently 7): Methods of underground heat calculation; Control of underground thermal state; Thermodynamics of underground fires; Underground air conditioning and ventilation; Underground safety; Thermophysical technologies; Extraction and use of thermal energy.
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