Combustion

Metallurgical coke production, CCC/57

CCC/57 - ISBN: 92-9029-370-5

The various factors affecting the use of coking coals in connnection with iron ore refining for the production of steel are discussed. It is a well established technology, but one that has become considerably more efficient i... More...

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Power station coal use: prospects to 2000, IEACR/41

IEACR/41 - ISBN: 92-9029-194-X

Coal-fired power stations at present account for almost 40% of global electricity supply and consume over half of world coal output. The report assesses future prospects for power station coal use in the context of regional a... More...

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Coprocessing waste with coal, IEAPER/36

IEAPER/36 - ISBN: 92-9029-295-4

This report is the second in a series examining the role for coal in generating energy from waste. Ways of using coal, other than combustion, are examined. Wastes can be coprocessed with coal to yield gas and liquid fuels or ... More...

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The use of natural gas in coal-fired boilers, IEAPER/35

IEAPER/35 - ISBN: 92-9029-293-8

Improved supply and availability, combined with demonstrated operational and environmental benefits of using natural gas over oil and coal, have resulted in considerable interest by utilities and industry in the use of n... More...

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Coal combustion modelling, IEAPER/31

IEAPER/31 - ISBN: 92-9029-279-2

This report written by Stephen Niksa of SRI International surveys the literature on evaluation of computer simulations of full-scale, coal-fired utility furnaces against field test data. Introductory sections reiterate what i... More...

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