3 edition of Scientific problems of coal utilization found in the catalog.
by Technical Information Center, U.S. Dept. of Energy, available from National Technical Information Service, U.S. Dept. of Commerce in Oak Ridge, Tenn, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Bernard R. Cooper ; sponsored by West Virginia University and Division of Materials and Exploratory Research, Fossil Energy, Energy Research and Development Administration.|
|Series||DOE symposium series ; 46, DOE symposium series ;, 46.|
|Contributions||Cooper, Bernard R., West Virginia University., United States. Energy Research and Development Administration. Division of Materials and Exploratory Research.|
|LC Classifications||TP325 .I678 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 409 p. :|
|Number of Pages||409|
|LC Control Number||78009553|
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Scientific problems of coal utilization: proceedings of a conference at West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia, MayAuthor: Bernard R Cooper ; West Virginia University. The primary problem in using coal is the necessity to minimize pollution. This requirement leads to the use of indirect or elaborate means for extracting the energy content of by: This book discusses as well the problem of determining the molecular structure of the organic part of coal.
The final chapter deals with the reductive alkylation reaction and other pertinent procedures such as reduction without alkylation and alkylation without reduction. This book is a valuable resource for chemists, engineers, and research Edition: 1.
The editors and authors have attempted in this volume to present the most current work on the science and technology of coal and coal utilization. Serious disagreement exists on several key issues such as carbon dioxide release and acid rain.
Health aspects related with coal mining and coal utilization are also included because, in planning for coal use, it is impossible to separate environmental and health issues from the discussion of coal utilization. The book is aimed at a wide audience, ranging from researchers, lecturers and students to professionals in industry and discusses issues (such as the.
The book covers the developments of coal in the world wars, and it tells us of the beginnings of the use of petroleum products. It covers the problems caused by sulfur dioxide and the industry's efforts to reject by: Coal Science, Volume 3 presents and evaluates selected fundamental scientific areas on coal structure, reactivity, and utilization.
This book describes the organic geochemistry of coal, role of oxygen functionality in coal and coal liquids reactivity, chemistry of hydrocarbon syntheses from carbon monoxide and hydrogen, and chemistry of coal in carbon Book Edition: 1. As such, this book gives an integrated overview of coal processing and utilization along with clean coal technology, presenting all the basic principles, theory and practice in a systematic way.
Every topic covered is dealt with in a self-explanatory manner so that any new reader may find this book interesting and easy to understand. Summary. This book is a direct outgrowth of classes that the authors gave over a period of three decades to a university audience taking a Mineral Beneficiation course as a major that included coal processing and utilization.
It is designed to be used as a student’s (or layman’s) first introduction to coal processing and utilization. The coal handbook: Towards cleaner production Volume 1 reviews the coal production supply chain from analysis to extraction and distribution.
Part one explores coal characterisation and introduces the industrial use of coal as well as coal formation, petrography, reserves, sampling and. Coal utilization, combustion of coal or its conversion into useful solid, gaseous, and liquid products.
By far the most important use of coal is in combustion, mainly to provide heat to the boilers of electric power plants. Metallurgical coke is the major product of coal conversion. Environmental impacts of coal mining and coal utilization in the UK Deniz Mamurekli1 Coal has remained the main source of energy in the UK from to the end of s, and it still plays an important role in the power generation.
The paper discusses the current coal consumption in the UK together with environmental impacts of coal mining File Size: KB. FutureGen is a planned MW prototype plant that will use coal gasification and other advanced technologies to produce electricity, hydrogen, and other products, with near-zero emissions at high efficiency levels.
The facility will serve as a large-scale engineering laboratory for testing new clean power, CCS. The coal industry usually discards fine-size (− microns) coal because of its high-moisture content and handling problems. One avenue for utilization is to. Coal utilization - Coal utilization - Gasification: While the goal of combustion is to produce the maximum amount of heat possible by oxidizing all the combustible material, the goal of gasification is to convert most of the combustible solids into combustible gases such as carbon monoxide, hydrogen, and methane.
During gasification, coal initially undergoes. Coal will be a dominant energy source in both developed and developing countries for at least the first half of the 21st century.
Environmental problems associated with coal, before mining, during. Several principal emissions result from coal combustion: Sulfur dioxide (SO2), which contributes to acid rain and respiratory illnesses Nitrogen oxides (NOx), which contribute to smog and respiratory illnesses Particulates, which contribute to.
Chemistry of Coal Utilization. Second Supplementary Volume. Paperback – January 1, by H.H. Lowry (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ — $ Cited by: 1.
The environmental impact of the coal industry includes issues such as land use, waste management, water and air pollution, caused by the coal. Forrestal Building Independence Avenue, SW Washington, DC. South African coal mining industry is currently disposing over 10 million tons of ultra-fine coal (coal production .
Coal fines are an unavoidable by-product of the production of coal. These fines .A lthough the United States has the vast coal resource described in the previous chapter, perhaps as much as 4 trillion tons, the key issue for policy makers is the amount of coal that is economically recoverable.
This is not a fixed quantity, but depends on the geological resource, the market price, and the cost of mining.and comprehensive coal utilization technology. He has been awarded the first (or second) prize for Scientific and Technical Advance by National Award or Ministry Award seven times.
He has published more than articles and 4 books in Chinese, English, and Japanese.