Coal (fuel source)
What are the process of making coke from coal?
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What do coal coke peat and paraffin have in common?
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Why is coke and not coal added to the blast furnace?
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What has the author Harold Wesley Jackman written?
Harold Wesley Jackman has written: 'Coke crushing characteristics' -- subject(s): Coke 'Drying and preheating coals before coking' -- subject(s): Coal, Coke 'Sizing studies on pilot-oven coke, comparison with commercial coke-size' -- subject(s): Coke 'Weathering of Illinois coals during storage' -- subject(s): Coal-weathering, Coal 'Comparison of mine sizes of Southern Illinois coals for use in metallurgical coke' -- subject(s): Coal, Coke 'Preheating coal blends as a means of increasing coke strength' -- subject(s): Coal, Coke, Carbonization
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What is the difference between Hard coking coal vs soft coking coal?
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How is industrial coke made?
Coke is derived from bituminous coal which is baked in an airless brick kiln (oven) at temperatures as high as 1,000 degrees Celsius to drive off water, coal gas and coal tar so that the fixed carbon and residual ash are fused together to form Coke, once the baking process is complete the Coke is doused with water to instantly cool it. ..... I have watched this and it is an awsome site to see hundreds of gallons of water dousing tons of red hot coke.