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|Title:||Mathematical models for coal devolatilization and temperature distribution in coke ovens|
|Authors:||Popat, Y R|
Sunavala, P D
|Abstract:||Merrick's models have been employed to study the rate of devolatilization and the physical properties of the charge, e.g. , bulk density, true density, porosity, specific heat, thermal conductivity and heat of reaction as a function of the temperature of carbonization. The equation for unsteady state heat transfer by conduction was employed to evaluate the temperature-time distribution in a coke oven charge. The paper gives the results of computer calculations for low and high volatile Jharia coking coals of India.|
|ISSN:||0975-0991 (Online); 0971-457X (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||IJCT Vol.06(5) [September 1999]|
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