Coking poor coking coals and hydrocracked tar sand bitumen binder

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Publication Type patent
Research Institute Institute for Clean and Secure Energy (ICSE)
Author Paraskos, John A.; Smith, Edward W.
Title Coking poor coking coals and hydrocracked tar sand bitumen binder
Date 1980-11-18
Description A process is described for producing metallurgical coke from poor coking coals in which there is combined with the poor coking coals a small amount of an additive consisting of a bitumen residue obtained from hydrocracking of bitumen from tar sands. The residue used is that from vacuum distillation of a heavy hydrocarbon bottoms material obtained from hydrocracking of the bitumen. A high boiling organic residue from vacuum distillation to an equivalent atmospheric boiling temperature of 524.degree. C. is preferred. The novel additive is superior in its ability to penetrate into cavities and provide excellent bonding of the components of the coal.
Type Text
Publisher United States Patent and Trademark Office
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Paraskos, J. A., & Smith, E. W. (1980). Coking poor coking coals and hydrocracked tar sand bitumen binder. United States Patent 4,217,202.
Rights Management (c)United States Patent and Trademark Office
Identifier ir-eua/id/2853
Source DSpace at ICSE
ARK ark:/87278/s63807tv
Setname ir_eua
Date Created 2013-05-09
Date Modified 2014-12-02
ID 213973
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s63807tv
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