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Rates and equilibria of devolatilization and trace element evolution in coal pyrolysis

Rates and equilibria of devolatilization and trace element evolution in coal pyrolysis

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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Research and Development, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, Center for Environmental Research Information [distributor] in Research Traingle Park, NC, Cincinnati, OH .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coal,
  • Pyrolysis

  • Edition Notes

    StatementR.M. Felder ... [et al.]
    ContributionsFelder, R. M, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Research Triangle Park, N.C.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination13 p. :
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14892678M

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Rates and equilibria of devolatilization and trace element evolution in coal pyrolysis Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Project Summary Rates and Equilibria of Devolatilization and Trace Element Evolution in Coal Pyrolysis R. Felder, C.-C. Kau, J. Ferrell, and S. Ganesan A laminar flow furnace was used to study the kinetics ?Dockey= Get this from a library.

Rates and equilibria of devolatilization and trace element evolution in coal pyrolysis. [Richard M Felder; Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Research Triangle Park, EPA/ November Devolatilization Kinetics and Elemental Release in the Pyrolysis of Pulverized Coal by V.H.

Agreda, R.M. Felder, and J.K. Ferrell North Carolina State University Department of Chemical Engineering Raleigh, North Carolina Grant No. R Program Element No. EHEA EPA Project Officer: N. Dean Smith Industrial Environmental Research ?Dockey= A Mathematical model for pyrolysis of a solid particle: effects of the heat of reaction / by Kei Miyana Independant evaluation of the CSIRO flash pyrolysis (volumes ) / Foster Wheeler Synfuels Corporation; Rates and equilibria of devolatilization and trace element evolution in coal pyrolysis [microform] / :// Rates and equilibria of devolatilization and trace element evolution in coal pyrolysis.

Final report Sep Jun Article. Richard M. Felder. Chiu Kau. Ferrell. ://    Pyrolysis tests and conditions. It is a well known fact that trace values for mercury in coal vary largely even within a single coal seam. Before pyrolyzing the coal samples, it was necessary to extract a portion of the coal (∼10 g), cone and separate that portion so as to produce a homogenized sample, and then determine a mean value for the mercury content of that homogenized :// Coal pyrolysis is the most important aspect of coal behaviour because it occurs in all major coal conversion processes.

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After introducing the main motivation for the development of such processes, we first summarize the most important   Reed et al. (), working on a pilot plant gasifier, only detected Hg and Se in the fuel gas, whereas Cd and Pb were concentrated in the fine dust removed by the hot gas filter.

Helbe et al. (), working on a laboratory-scale entrained flow gasifier, showed that considerable trace element volatilization occurs during coal :// Request PDF | Fragmentation Model of Coal Devolatilization in Fluidized Bed Combustion | Devolatilization is the release of volatile compounds from coal matrix by thermal decomposition.

During   About. Professor Bunt obtained his PhD (Chemical Engineering) in the field of fixed-bed coal gasification at the North-West University in During the last 35 years Professor Bunt’s research interests have ranged widely from: base metals, platinum group metal refining, mining chemicals, ash mineralogy, and more recently, coal beneficiation and fixed-bed ://   Secondary devolatilization, occurring largely in the °C range, produces H 2 and CH 4 as the major products.

When the fractional loss of a given element is plotted against total fractional weight loss, it appears that the fractional loss of hydrogen is higher than that of carbon over all coal :// Abstract. Pollutants arising from the reaction of pulverized coal can be divided into two classifications.

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