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Characterization of residues from selected coal conversion processes
Bibliography: p. 13.
|Statement||by E. Martin and G. V. Sullivan.|
|Series||Report of investigations - Bureau of Mines ;, 8501, Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) ;, 8501.|
|Contributions||Sullivan, G. V., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||TN23 .U43 no. 8501, TP352 .U43 no. 8501|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 p. :|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||80607896|
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This report evaluates changes in composition and constituent release by leaching that may occur to fly ash and other coal combustion residues (CCRs) in response to changes in air pollution control technology at coal-fired power plants. The addition of flue-gas desulfurization (FGD) systems, selective catalytic reduction, and activated carbon injection to capture mercury and other pollutants. Contents SUMMARY 1 1 INTRODUCTION 13 Coal Production and Use in the United States, 15 Management of Coal Combustion Residues, 19 Purpose of the Study, 22 The Committee's Approach, 24 Report Roadmap, 26 2 COAL COMBUSTION RESIDUES 27 Types of Coal Combustion Residues, 27 Physical and Chemical Characteristics of Coal Combustion Residues,
COAL COMBUSTION RESIDUES 41 Lead (ppm) Concentration Ash Ash Ash Ash Slag FGD Lignite Fly Fly footnote)AnthraciteBituminous Bed Boiler Coal: Bottom (see FBC FBC FBC Coal: Subbituminous. A residue from a Maya crude was hydroprocessed in a continuous hydroprocessing unit provided with a continuous stirred-tank reactor. The kinetic study of Conradson carbon residue (CCR) conversion was carried out, and the data of CCR conversion fit half-order kinetics, with the activation energy being kJ/mol. No dependence of the rate constants on hydrogen pressure was observed.
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Get this from a library. Characterization of residues from selected coal conversion processes. [E Martin, (Minerals engineer); G V Sullivan]. As part of the Bureau of Mines subactivity in secondary resource recovery and to expand the nation's mineral base, the Tuscaloosa Research Center made characterization and preliminary beneficiation studies of the waste residues from various coal-conversion processes: from pilot plant tests of the synthane process for coal gasification, the synthoil process for coal liquefaction, and the.
Characterization of residues from selected coal conversion processes / By E. (Eddie) Martin and G. Sullivan. Abstract. Bibliography: p. Mode of access: InternetAuthor: E.#N# (Eddie) Martin and G.
Sullivan. Both conventional coal technology and the newer coal-conversion processes have a considerable potential for environmental and health-related impacts. In both cases, the physical and chemical analysis of materials involved in the processes is an important part of evaluating the potential for these environmental and health by: 4.
2. Coal Conversion Process Routes. The essential feature of coal conversion by gasification and direct or indirect liquefaction is the conversion of coal into higher-grade products such as fuel gases, motor fuels and chemicals which, at present, are mainly produced from oil and natural gas.
Coal gasification and liquefaction processes are. The last part serves as a review of the nature of the different coal liquefaction processes and their products.
This book is of value to chemists and chemical engineers involved in coal conversion or fuel processing researches. Chemistry teachers and students can also use this book for examples of practical applications in industrial catalysis.
The thermo-chemical characterization has been performed in order to determine if the residues have potential to be used in biomass conversion technologies producing combined heat and power.
Both conventional coal technology and the newer coal-conversion processes have a considerable potential for environmental and health-related impacts. This chapter discusses a number of precise and sensitive techniques for both sampling and analysis of coal-conversion plant feedstocks, effluents, products, and by-products for these elements.
Book Description. Coal Production and Processing Technology provides uniquely comprehensive coverage of the latest coal technologies used in everything from mining to greenhouse gas mitigation. Featuring contributions from experts in industry and academia, this book: Discusses coal geology, characterization, beneficiation, combustion, coking, gasification, and liquefaction.
Coal pyrolysis is a complicated combination of chemical and physical processes in which coal is transformed at elevated temperatures to produce gases, tar, and char.
These processes are described in the functional group—depolymerization, vaporization, and crosslinking (FG–DVC) model of coal. Direct coal liquefaction (DCL) is a process for converting coal to synthetic oils, which can be refined to make transportation fuels.
Residue from this process contains inorganic material such as. This research aimed to produce biochar from coffee residues (CR) as well as to develop the guidelines for using it as a fuel and a soil amendment.
Initial properties of coffee residues have been characterized before experimenting with a biomass kiln, designed for use in biochar production. By carbonization method, using biomass kiln at the temperature of – °C with 45 min of the.
Coal combustion residues characterization using scanning electron microscopy & energy dispersive x-ray (sem-edxa) analysis The objective of the present study is to observe the surface morphology, structure and elemental composition of the ash particles produced from some thermal power stations of India using scanning electron microscopy (SEM.
The coal B has the highest conversion at all the temperatures followed by the coals C, D, and A. The conversion in coal A is significantly lower compared to the conversions of other coal samples.
Particularly for the char samples, where the conversion of coal B is around 55% followed by the coals C, D, and A at 43%, 36%, and 17%, respectively. These data and life cycle information included in this report provide an up-to-date characterization of toxic releases from processes that utilize coal combustion residues.
Characterization of almond processing residues from the Central Valley of California for thermal conversion Article in Fuel Processing Technology December with Reads. Averaged for, andthe total standard coal equivalent (SCE) in NC amounted to Mt, which comprised Mt field residues and of Mt process residues.
Osamu Okuma's 58 research works with citations and reads, including: Direct Liquefaction of Victorian Brown Coal for Effective and Noble Utilization: Production of Chemical Feedstocks by. Characterization of residues from selected coal conversion processes. Those coal conversion processes selected for study were based on the availability of pilot plant samples.
Physical, chemical, and mineralogical examinations of the wastes made to determine the mineral content prior to physical beneficiation testsmore. Coal Production and Processing Technology provides uniquely comprehensive coverage of the latest coal technologies used in everything from mining to greenhouse gas mitigation.
Featuring contributions from experts in industry and academia, this book:Discusses coal geology, characterization, beneficiation, combustion, coking, gasification, and liquef. Coal is the end product of a sequence of biological and geological processes, the complexity of which should at least be appreciated whenever a coal is appraised for a specific use.
Care should, therefore, be taken to obtain information on the geological setting of the coal; too often lack of such information reduces the value of samples and. The properties of coal gangue. The main chemical compositions of coal gangue are SiO 2, Al 2 O 3, Fe 2 O 3 and CaO, which occup 24, 7 .Pyrolysis • Thermal conversion (destruction) of organics in the absence of oxygen • In the biomass community, this commonly refers to lower temperature thermal processes producing liquids as the primary product • Possibility of chemical and food byproducts Gasification • Thermal conversion of organic materials at elevated temperature and reducing conditions to produce primarily.