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Application of oil agglomeration for effluent control from coal cleaning plants
1986 by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory in Research Triangle Park, NC .
Written in English
|Statement||E.J. Mezey ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Mezey, Eugene J., Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 p. :|
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The coal was of good quality and had lower ash and sulfur content than the cleaned coal shipped from the mine. These results, albeit for only one coal type, suggest that oil agglomeration may be further developed as a method to control effluents from coal cleaning plants.
Get this from a library. Application of oil agglomeration for effluent control from coal cleaning plants. [Eugene J Mezey; Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory.;]. Powder Technology, 40 () 43 - 52 Review Paper A Survey of Oil Agglomeration in Wet Fine Coal Processing C_ E_ CAPES and K.
DARCOVICH National Research Council, Ottawa KZA OR9 (Canada) SUMMARY Fine coal is a major cause of poor recovery, excessive moisture levels an: high waste disposal costs in the coal-cleaning industry- Oil agglomeration is increasingly being investigated and Cited by: Application of Oil Agglomeration to Coal Wastes Interagency Energy/Environment R&D Program Report it is recommended that the oil agglomeration technique be further developed as a method to control effluents from coal cleaning plants in^order to reduce the hazards and environmental impact of increased quantities of wastes that would result.
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Study on coal recovery technology from waste fine Chinese coals by a vegetable oil a vegetable oil agglomeration process was performed for coal Experiment of oil agglomeration for coal cleaning Schematic diagram of a procedure of oil agglomeration is given in figure 2, and.
At present, oil agglomeration has attracted attention in the way of dealing with this problem. The oil agglomeration process is a coal cleaning method used for differences of surface characteristics between carbonaceous and ash content .
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Based on the Fujian coal resource utilization and distribution, samples from Peifeng coal mining were chosen as research object. This paper studies the effects of deashing with oil agglomeration technology, which mainly includes of agglomeration size, coal concentration, oil types and its dosage, alcohol types and dosage, PAM types and dosage.
Fine coal and high difficult washing coal are major causes of poor recovery of combustibles, excessive moisture and high waste disposal costs in coal beneficiation processes. The oil agglomeration process is an excellent method for cleaning and recovering coal fines below microns, difficult washing coals and middlings particularly of very high ash content.
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Cholakov University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy, Sofia, Bulgaria. Coal cleaning plant as viewed from the sludge dam. One of the introduced landforms is the "wet refuse impoundment," a structure designed to store the waste from coal preparation plants. At the Goals Preparation Plant in Sundial, an A.T.
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However the content in oil, BTEX (Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, Xylene), phenol and more generally organic compounds is significant and requires a treatment level which may be very advanced depending upon the discharge standards required.
Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / According to Couch (), in the early s, dry coal cleaning accounted for about 10 percent of all coal that was cleaned, but since then it has dropped to less than 1 percent.
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INTRODUCTION 9Indian coals, in general are inferior in quality and difficult in cleaning characteristics. 9Due to ‘Drift Origin’, the coals contain inherent mineral matter or contaminates. 9The Erstwhile CFRI ever since its inception in has been campaigning for establishment of large Coal Preparation plants to upgrade inferior coking coals for steel making.
The practice of cofiring biomass in full-scale coal utility plants is increasing, due to the benefits of reduced fossil fuel based CO2 emissions.
Biomass also tends to have a lower sulphur content than coal and therefore emissions of SO2 can be reduced. The same is true for NOx emissions from lower fuel nitrogen content. Further.Following Biofiltration, the treated effluents are discharged to the sea.
A certain amount of treated effluent is stored in a tank, to be used for washout and cleaning of the Biofilters (with compressed air). The Biofilters’ washout water is stored in a separate storage basin, and is .FOR Government of India Final Draft Prepared for Ministry of Environment and Forests TECHNICAL EIA GUIDANCE MANUAL FOR COMMON EFFLUENT TREATMENT PLANTS.