Process Chemistry of Coal Utilization: Impacts of Coal Quality and Operating Conditions

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Download Process Chemistry of Coal Utilization: Impacts of Coal Quality and Operating Conditions written by Stephen Niksa in EPUB format. This book is under the category Chemistry and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 128187131/9780128187135. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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Process Chemistry of Coal Utilization: Impacts of Coal Quality and Operating Conditions (PDF/ePub) relates major advances in coal science on how to interpret performance data from pilot; lab; and commercial scales. The ebook presents a very broad range of quantitative methods; from statistical regressions to CFD; rudimentary models; and comprehensive reaction mechanisms. Combining the latest research in the field; including an abundance of lab datasets; the ebook illustrates how a particular operating condition affects a specific coal-based reaction system. Managers who use these tactics will be able to tailor their simulation and testing work to effectively characterize and solve their problems.

  • Includes an abundance of lab datasets that clearly illustrate how operating conditions affect coal-based reaction systems
  • Compiles fully validated reaction mechanisms that accurately depict the coal quality impacts in all major coal utilization technologies

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book-author

Stephen Niksa

publisher

Woodhead Publishing

file-type

EPUB

pages

455 pages

language

English

asin

B07ZVDFLZM

isbn10

128187131

isbn13

9780128187135

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Content: Coal utilization technologies —
Fuel quality, thermophysical properties, and transport coefficients —
Moisture release and coal drying —
Primary devolatilization behavior —
Reaction mechanism for primary devolatilization —
Quantitative interpretations of primary devolatilization behaviour —
Tar decomposition —
Volatiles reforming and volatiles combustion —
Hydropyrolysis and hydrogasification.

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