Neat and Slurry Pulverized Coal Flames: A Combustion Data Bank

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Title Neat and Slurry Pulverized Coal Flames: A Combustion Data Bank
Creator Reuther, J. J.
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Date 1982
Spatial Coverage presented at Newport Beach, California
Abstract With recent decisions to temporarily delay or even cancel coal conversion scenarios involving liquefaction and gasification, the direct combustion of pulverized coal and of coal-bearing slurry fuel petroleum-oil-surrogates has taken on an increased and timely importance. Because of this situation, it is now imperative to begin to systematize and unify with dispatch past and present experience and knowledge of neat and slurry pulverized coal combustion so that the conversion of coal-fired, and more importantly, oil-fired, units to available solid fuels becomes less problematic. It is just this task that will be reported upon in this paper. The manuscript will present singular flame data determined in the welldefined and well-controlled simulated furnace combustion conditions produced by The Pennsylvania State University Fuels and Combustion Laboratory. The role of coal volatile matter content on ignition and burnout times has been qualitatively and quantitatively evaluated.
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