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A method is developed for determining the coking properties and technological value of coal from newly identified beds or new sections of existing mines. The coking properties are assessed on the basis of predictions of the strength and reactivity of coke obtained from batch containing coal from...
Thermal analysis of coal and water-coal suspensions is discussed. It is found that coal of different ranks is characterized by different initial and final combustion temperatures.
Attention focuses on the production of carbon materials from nontraditional self-clinkering raw materials, both natural and synthetic. The properties of such materials are discussed.
Zeotropic-azeotropic series of binary systems consisting of diphenyl with indole homologs and of indole with diphenyl homologs are studied by experimental and theoretical methods. The results permit the determination of upper azeotropic limits for the series and permit predictions as to whether...
A method for express analysis of coal is proposed. In this method, the error in determining the calcium content is minimized by selecting the optimal parameters of the X-ray fluorescent method.
For the example of coke production, the energy interaction in power units is considered on the basis of an information-thermodynamic approach. The energy interaction may expediently be described at different hierarchical levels of the system, so as to establish trends in the design of optimal...
The possibility of producing humic materials and sorbents from naturally oxidized coal found in the stripped rock from some Kuznetsk Basin mines is considered. Means of producing ballast-free humic acids are considered.
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