The most-readily-available book on ventilation is one by Malcolm J. McPherson. This book is available via two routes on the web:

In this superb book you will find chapters that range from the history of ventilation in mining, through the fundamentals of ventilation theory, to the physiological reactions to ventilated conditions in mines. With the resurgence of interest in uranium mining, you may be interested in the chapter of ventilation in uranium mines. This chapter takes you through the fundamentals of radioactivity, the decay of uranium to affect air quality, the impact of affected air on humans, and how to monitor and control the situation. And if you are faced with designing, updating, or managing a computer code for ventilation, you should read the chapter on the fundamental theories of ventilation and air flow in the circuits that make up a mine.