Conversion and industrial use of coal

High temperature syngas coolers, CCC/257

CCC/257 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-580-8

The temperature of synthesis gas (syngas) leaving a gasifier could be as high as 1600°C, depending on the gasification process employed. Recovery of heat from the high temperature syngas is essential for attaining high pr... More...

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The direct injection carbon engine, CCC/243

CCC/243 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-565-5

Coal is abundant and low cost. Diesel engines are efficient and flexible. Using coal to fuel diesel engines could provide a secure, low cost and efficient power generation technology. Coal-fuelled diesel engines have been inv... More...

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Non-fuel uses of coal, CCC/236

CCC/236 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-556-3

Industrial products and carbon-based materials such as basic chemicals, plastics and fibres are currently derived mostly from petroleum and natural gas. Materials and chemicals from coal are recognised as an important, practi... More...

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Developments in modelling and simulation of coal gasification, CCC/232

CCC/232 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-552-5

In recent years, the considerable increase in the price of crude oil and natural gas and concerns about their security of supply focused attention on whether fuel for power production and feedstocks for the chemical indu... More...

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Challenges and opportunities for coal gasification in developing countries, CCC/225

CCC/225 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-545-7

Coal gasification for chemicals, gaseous and liquid fuels production can fulfil an important strategic need in those developing countries where coal is the primary fuel source and oil and gas energy security is an issue. At t... More...

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