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The development of research on the molecular and supramolecular structure of coal vitrinites at AO VUKhIN between 1975 and 2020 is described. This research has relied on quantitative methods and the extraction of information from instrument readings. A hypothesis regarding the origin of coal,...
The development of coal research at AO VUKhIN is considered. The approach adopted at VUKhIN is essentially the same as that employed at Tomsk Polytechnic University to study the structure and properties of other coalified materials.
Extensive research on coal, coking batch, and coke has shown the broad utility of reflectogram analysis in coke chemistry—for example, in distinguishing between concentrates with broadly similar properties (twins), in producing coke of high quality, and in predicting the jamming and drilling of...
Coke is the most important raw material fed into the blast furnace, in terms of its effect on blast furnace operation and hot metal quality. During production of coke, coke fines are generated, which is used in sinter plant. In steel industry wherever excess of coke fines are generated, it...
Research on the processing of coal tar and benzene products at AO VUKhIN is reviewed.
For more than 20 years, AO VUKhIN has developed design documentation for coke, petroleum, and chemical production in Russia and elsewhere. VUKhIN has established itself as an experienced design organization.
In the recent past Indian fastest 0.475 MTPA stamp charged coke oven battery had commissioned at the site of the Jindal Steel and Power Limited Angul, Orissa, India. The coke oven battery consists of 72 numbers of ovens with the charging capacity of 24.26 MT/oven. The project incorporates the...
The laboratory of wastewater processing and disposal of coke-plant wastes at AO VUKhIN was organized in 1965 out of a need to process highly toxic coke-plant wastewater. It was originally called the laboratory of water and gas purification. The laboratory has enormous experience in wastewater...
The qualitative and quantitative characteristics of atmospheric emissions from unorganized and specific sources at coke plants are considered.
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