Thermolysis of Berezovka coals with varied extent of oxidation and combustion of nonvolatile thermolysis products were studied by complex thermal analysis. The dynamics of thermochemical transforma- tion of the fuel in an inert medium was evaluated, with simultaneous determination of the kinetic parameters of evaporation of various kinds of moisture. The burn-out of nonvolatile thermolysis residues obtained from Berezovka coals at various pretreatment temperatures was studied, and a correlation was revealed between the kinetic parameters of combustion of nonvolatile residues and the extent of oxidation of the initial fuel.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 4, 2004
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