Conversion and industrial use of coal

Combining renewable energy with coal, CCC/223

CCC/223 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-543-3

There are various possibilities for incorporating biomass into coal-fuelled processes and a number of these are already being deployed commercially. Others are the focus of ongoing research and development. Biomass mater... More...

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CO2 abatement in the iron and steel industry, CCC/193

CCC/193 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-513-6

The iron and steel industry is the largest industrial source of CO2 emissions due to the energy intensity of steel production, its reliance on carbon-based fuels and reductants, and the large volume of steel produced – ... More...

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CO2 abatement in the cement industry, CCC/184

CCC/184 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-504-4

  World cement production has been increasing steadily in the past and due to the unique nature of cement manufacturing, cement production is energy- and carbon-intensive. This makes it a key source of C... More...

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Coal classification, IEACR/12

IEACR/12 - ISBN: 92-9029-162-1

Literature (mainly post 1980) on coal classification is reviewed. Over the years many classification systems have been proposed for coal. Some of the classification systems currently in use in the member countries... More...

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Catalysts for fuels from syngas: new directions for research, IEACR/09

IEACR/09 - ISBN: 92-9029-159-1

The science and technology of catalytic conversion of synthesis gas to liquid hydrocarbon and oxygenate fuels has been reviewed. The objective has been to identify exploratory research results and new c... More...

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