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Minerals' attachment to calcium-based sorbent particles during in situ desulfurization of coal gasification process has been investigated. Results show that iron (Fe) from coal tends to attach itself to calcium (Ca) as a result of solid–solid reactions occurring during the process, and hence,...
In the commercial slurry conditioning and flotation process applied to Athabasca oil sands the primary bituminous froth can contain significant amounts of emulsified water and suspended solids. Previous work (Fuel Process. Technol. 56 (1998) 243) has shown that a small chemical addition during...
Coal is still the major source of power for electrical generation worldwide and will continue to be in the foreseeable future. However, the inorganic elements in coal that qualify as hazardous emissions upon combustion of the coal become an increasingly important concern. Primary emphasis has...
A diesel fuel additive has been synthesized from conversion of dimethyl ether (DME) using dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) plasma at atmospheric pressure and low temperatures. A high conversion of DME has been achieved. The product of such conversion is a mixture of hydrocarbons and oxygenates...
The effect of the ratio of solvent to coal (S/C) and the period of heating by microwave on the solubilization of Turkish Coals (Beypazarı, Bolu-Göynük, Muğla-Yatağan, Soma-Merkez, Tunçbilek lignites and Zonguldak coal) in tetralin have been investigated. For the investigation of the effect...
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