High Temperature Carbonization of Coal

Hazra, S K (2002) High Temperature Carbonization of Coal. In: Two-Day Programme for Small and Tiny Sector on Eco-friendly Technologies for better Environmental Management, January 30-31, 2002, CSIR-NML.



It is defined as heating the coal in absence of air to a final solid mass temperature of 900 degree Centigrade and above. It is the only method of producing hard coke from coking coal with better size consistency, hardness and richer in fixed carbon content to cater the needs of the blast furnace, foundry, and chemical industry.

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Uncontrolled Keywords:men and machines; vertical plastic; horizontal flues; lignite
Divisions:Metal Extraction and Forming
ID Code:6644
Deposited By:Sahu A K
Deposited On:10 Jun 2013 17:56
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