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Steel Manufacturing Process:  Coal & Coke
Coal is a mineral consisting mainly of sedimentary fossilized carbon with smaller amounts of other elements, such as sulfur, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and more. Coal is found under the earth crust as lignite, or brown coal — the lowest ranking coal, bituminous coals and anthracite. It is extracted either from underground by shaft mining or at ground level by open-pit mining. Coal is the largest source of energy for the generation of electricity worldwide and is also used in the production of metallurgical coke as blast furnace fuel. Some smaller blast furnaces can utilize charcoal as a carbon source, but the larger blast furnaces require the strength and durability of coke. Coke is produced by igniting bituminous coal under reduced oxygen conditions in oven batteries specially designed for this process. The coking process generates the following main volatiles as byproducts: coke oven gas, tar, ammonium sulfate, benzol, toluol and naphtha. A coke battery is made up of multiple ovens. Coal is crushed and blended prior to being charged in a coke oven. A larry car charges the individual oven with the blended coal. In the coke oven, the coal is heated to 1,800°F for up to 18 hours. During that time, the volatiles of the coal are driven into the offgas and a pure carbon form called “coke” remains. The coke, when exposed to oxygen, will immediately ignite and begin to burn. When the coke is pushed from the oven into a railcar, it is quickly quenched to cool the coke and stop the burning process. The cooled coke is then dumped onto a coal wharf where it is taken to a facility to be screened and sized prior to being charged into the blast furnace. From the Association for Iron & Steel Technology’s (AIST) Interactive Steel Manufacturing Process The Making, Shaping & Treating of Steel Wheel Produced in collaboration with Purdue University Northwest’s Center for Innovation through Visualization and Simulation and the Colorado School of Mines’ Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center AIST.org Copyright AIST, All Rights Reserved
Mod-02 Lec-02 Coal carbonization and Coke oven plant
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Learn how coke is produced
Repsol provides the industrial sector with the best energy solutions in the form of green fuel grade petcoke. Watch this video to see exactly how it’s produced. Here you can find more information about green fuel grade petcoke http://www.repsol.com/es_en/productos-servicios/gasolinas-fueloleos-gasoleos-y-coque/profesionales/industria/coqueverde/
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SunCoke Cokemaking Process 3:00
Watch how SunCoke Energy's innovative heat-recovery technology turns metallurgical coal into high-quality coke for the blast furnace production of steel
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Projects on Coal and Coal by Products
Projects on Coal and Coal by Products (Coal Tar, Coal & Coke, Fossil Fuel, Charcoal, Carbon Black, Coal Washing, Coal Mining, Charcoal Powder from Rice Husk, Charcoal from Coconut Shell, Bitumen Emulsion, Coconut Shell Charcoal, Coal Tar Pitch, Activated Charcoal from Wood, Charcoal from Bagasse) - Business Ideas for Beginners Coal is a plentiful resource that has been used for thousands of years to produce energy, both in the form of heat and electricity. Coal is a fossil fuel created from the remains of plants that lived and died about 100 to 400 million years ago when parts of the earth were covered with huge swampy forests. Coal is classified as a nonrenewable energy source because it takes millions of years to form. See more https://goo.gl/cN59We https://goo.gl/huc7pZ https://goo.gl/XMnbxd https://goo.gl/NgaMjL https://goo.gl/TPvrCd Contact us: Niir Project Consultancy Services 106-E, Kamla Nagar, Opp. Spark Mall, New Delhi-110007, India. Email: [email protected] , [email protected] Tel: +91-11-23843955, 23845654, 23845886, 8800733955 Mobile: +91-9811043595 Website: www.entrepreneurindia.co , www.niir.org Tags Coal Processing Plant, Coal Preparation Plant, Coal Preparation, Coal Processing, Coal Preparation Process, Coal Processing Methods, Coal and Coal Preparation, Coal Preparation and Processing Plant, Processing Coal, Business Plan for Coal Processing Plant, Coal Processing Plant Business Plan, Coal Processing and Preparation, Coal Processing Equipment, Coal Tar Processing, Process for Manufacture of Coal Tar, Manufacturing Process of Coal Tar Pitch, Method For Production of Coal Tar, Processing of Coal Tar, Coal Tar Manufacturing Process, Manufacturing Process of Coal Tar, Coal Tar Product, Projects on Coal and Coal By Products, Manufacturing Process of Coal Tar Pitch in India, Coal Tar Manufacturing Equipment, Coal Tar Manufacturing, Step of Manufacturing Process of Coal, Coal Tar Pitch Manufacturing Process, Coal Tar Manufacturing Plant, Coal Tar Pitch Industry, Coal Mining, Coal Mining in India, Coal Mining and Processing, Commercial Coal Mining, Coal Mining Business, Coal Mining Industry, Underground Coal Mining, Coal Mining Methods, Coal Mining Plan, Methods of Coal Mining, Coal Mining Process, Underground Coal Mining Methods, Small Business Opportunities in Coal Mining Industry, Coal Mining Business & Investment Opportunity, Coal Mining Business Opportunities, Coal Mining Investment Opportunity, How to Start Coal Mining Business In India, Coal Mining Business Plan, Coal Business Opportunities, Mining Industry, Coke (Fuel), Coke Production, Coal Coke, Coke Manufacturing, Fossil Fuel, Charcoal Production, Charcoal Production Methods, Methods of Charcoal Production, Large Scale Charcoal Production, Industrial Charcoal Making, Charcoal Production Process, Commercial Charcoal Production, Small Scale Charcoal Production, Profitable Charcoal Production, How to Start Charcoal Making Industry, Charcoal Production Business Plan, Business Plan for Charcoal Production, Starting Charcoal Manufacturing Business, How to Start Charcoal Production Business, Business Opportunities in Charcoal Manufacturing, Carbon Black Manufacturing Plant, Carbon Black, Carbon Black Manufacturing Process, Carbon Black Business Plan, Carbon Black Industry, Carbon Black Processing, Coal Washing, Coal Preparation And Washing, Coal Washing Industry, Coal Washing Plant, Coal Washing Process, Coal Washing Methods, Coal Washery in India, Coal Washery Process, Coal Washing Plant, Coal Washing Business Plan, Coal Washing Unit, Guidelines for Small Scale Coal Mining, Rice Husk Charcoal, Project Report on Activated Carbon from Rice Husk, Production of Rice Husk Activated Charcoal, Charcoal Powder, Activated Carbon Powder, Charcoal Powder Manufacture, Charcoal Powder Making, Charcoal Powder from Rice Husk, Coconut Shell Charcoal Making, How to Make Charcoal from Coconut Shell, Activated Charcoal From Coconut Shell, Production of Coconut Shell Charcoal, Coconut Shells Charcoal & Powder, Coconut Shells Charcoal Making Method, Coconut Shell Charcoal Manufacture, Bitumen Emulsion, Bitumen Emulsion for Road Construction, Bitumen Emulsion Manufacturing Process, Bitumen Emulsion Manufacturing Process, Production of Bitumen Emulsions, Bitumen Emulsion Plant, Bitumen Emulsion Production, Bitumen Emulsion Production Project Report, Manufacturing Process of Coal Tar Pitch, Production of Coal Tar Pitch, Method of Production of Coal Tar Pitch, Coal Tar Pitch Production, Wood Based Activated Carbon, Production of Activated Carbon from Wood, Wood Activated Carbon, Activated Carbon Produced from Waste Wood, Process for Producing Activated Charcoal from Wood, Production of Charcoal from Bagasse, Making Charcoal from Bagasse, Manufacturing Plant of Charcoal From Bagasse Manufacturing Plant, Charcoal and Bagasse Production, Production of Activated Carbon from Bagasse
What's in your forge? coal vs coke vs clinker - quick tip - basic blacksmithing
There have been numerous questions regarding the differences between coal and coke. Also questions about exactly what a clinker is. So in today's quick tip I thought I would discus the differences. Thank you for watching. Black Bear Forge is a small one person shop located in Southern Colorado. If you would like to provide financial support to my YouTube channel visit https://www.paypal.me/BlackBearForge Find my shop on line at: http://www.blackbearforge.com http://www.blackbearforge.etsy.com https://www.instagram.com/blackbearforge/ https://www.facebook.com/Black-Bear-Forge-209863855743919/ The following list provides just a few resources to help you find supplies and equipment for blacksmithing. http://www.piehtoolco.com/ http://www.centaurforge.com/ https://www.blacksmithsdepot.com/ http://www.blacksmithbolt.com/ https://www.oldworldanvils.com/ https://www.abana.org/ http://www.mcmaster.com Blacksmithing and related activities can be hazardous. These videos are not a substitute for competent professional instruction. Your safety is your sole responsibility. Always use appropriate safety equipment including eye and ear protection when working in the shop. Follow manufactures safety guidelines for the use of all equipment. In the event something shown in one of these videos seems unsafe, it is up to you to make the appropriate changes to protect yourself.
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Coal and its Products
Useful for CBSE, ICSE, NCERT & International Students Grade : 8 Subject : Physics Lesson :Source of energy Topic: Coal and its Products Mineral deposit containing combustible substances which is considered to be a fossil fuel. Coal is formed from plants that have been fossilized through oxidation. The end result is a black hard substance that gives off carbon dioxide when burned. Coal is currently the most widely used substance to generate electricity and heat. Due to the harmful gases that it releases into the environment, the use of coal is constantly being reduced as people search out alternative fuels. Visit www.oztern.com to find personalized test preparation solutions for Pre Medical - AIPMT, AIIMS, JIPMER, State, Pre Engineering - IIT JEE, JEE MAIN, BITSAT, State and Foundations - Class 6 to 10.
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Coal to Coke Trial 1-1
I kind of started this on an off shot idea. I was working on a couple small batches of charcoal, & thought of trying to see if I could coke coal using the same method as charcoal.
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Distillation of Coal Tar
Check out us at:http://www.tutorvista.com/content/physics/physics-ii/fission-and-fusion/coal-distillation.php Distillation of Coal Tar As coal contains mainly carbon, the slow process of conversion of dead vegetation into coal is called carbonization. We get coal deep in the earth crust in coal mines. It is the fuel that is easily transportable, that costs less and produces more energy in proportion to its mass. Coke is an amorphous form of carbon, which is harder and denser than charcoal and is used as a fuel. It is obtained by heating soft coal in the absence of little supply of air. Coal gas is a by-product, which is obtained during the processing of coal to form coke. Please like our facebook page http://www.facebook.com/tutorvista Follow us at: https://plus.google.com/+tutorvista/
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ArcelorMittal Dofasco No. 1 Coke Plant - an incredible 64-year run
On March 30, 2015 at 5:00 a.m. the team at No.1 Coke completed the plant’s last push bringing an incredible 64-year run of the plant and that of No.1 By-products, to an end. The No.1 Coke Plant was commissioned in 1951 and its construction coincided with that of our first blast furnace. No.1 was the oldest Coke Plant in the ArcelorMittal group. Keeping it operating efficiently was the result of the efforts and skill of our cokemaking operations, maintenance and technology teams. Just prior to No.1’s closure, approximately 85 operations, maintenance and technology employees worked at the plant. All permanent employees have been reassigned to other roles at ArcelorMittal Dofasco.
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Alternative Fuel for Coal and Petroleum Coke: SpecFuel
Video Transcript: Across North America, businesses and governments are seeking cleaner and economical alternative energy sources. Waste Management sees waste as a resource and is a leader in the development of innovative technologies to extract the value from the waste stream. One of these technologies is Processed Engineered Fuel, or SpecFUEL, which is produced by Waste Management. SpecFUEL is both an environmentally beneficial and economic alternative for coal and petroleum coke. SpecFUEL is an alternative fuel manufactured from high-energy value materials extracted from post-recycled municipal solid waste. Using mechanical sorting equipment, waste is segregated with materials of value, extracted to be recycled. The remaining residual materials are shredded, dried, and densified to create an alternative fuel. The fuel burns cleaner than coal and petroleum coke and can be co-combusted with or replace coal in its entirety. This alternative fuel is manufactured under strict engineering controls and designed to meet strict end-user solid fuel specifications with virtually no process emissions. Compared to refuse-derived fuel, SpecFUEL is a refined, uniform product with low ash and moisture, and a higher and more consistent BTU heating value. It's also easy to transport. Processed engineered fuel is a technology being used in Europe and Waste Management has developed a commercial production facility located at its Covel Gardens Disposal Facility in San Antonio, Texas. The facility has a processing capacity of 300,000 tons of waste per year and can generate 165,000 tons of fuel per year. The fuel generated at this facility is being used by industrial customers in the surrounding area. The economic benefits of SpecFUEL are numerous. SpecFUEL is ideal for any industrial user that is using coal to produce energy or steam, looking to reduce pollutant emissions, and make use of a product that is diverted from landfills. This includes companies in chemical, pulp and paper, textiles, pharmaceutical and metal manufacturing, as well as kiln based cement plants, utilities and district energy facilities. SpecFUEL supplements or replaces coal or petroleum coke to produce steam, electricity, or heat. It's a low fossil carbon, high BTU energy source, may be eligible for Renewable Energy Credits in some states, and can be used in existing energy facilities with little or no modification of solid fuel systems. For industrial users of coal and petroleum coke, SpecFUEL is a low sulfur emission energy source. It can also be part of a closed-loop system, allowing customers to use their own waste as a fuel source. "The system converts up to 55% of the waste materials processed into engineered fuel pellets. Of the remaining residuals, up to 10% could be recycled. Collectively, up to 65% of the waste materials processed could be diverted from landfill disposal." Waste Management is also exploring the diversion of food and yard waste, which could add another 25% of the remaining materials diverted from the waste stream. A number of states recognized waste-based fuel as an alternative energy source and allow electricity producers using it to earn Renewable Energy Credits. "SpecFUEL is an example of our company's commitment to new and innovative Waste Technologies to extract value from the waste stream." Waste Management is your energy partner for a processed, engineered fuel that is both an environmentally beneficial and economic replacement for coal and petroleum coke. Processed Engineered Fuel, or SpecFUEL, produced by Waste Management.
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"Illawarra Coke"
A 16mm Ektachrome film made in 1962 by keen amateur film maker Noel Leeder who was then also Manager of the Illawarra Coke Company's works at superbly scenic Coalcliff, just south from Sydney in NSW, Australia. The film was made to show the then-latest technology being developed by that company in the manufacture of highest quality metallurgical coke from the outstanding Bulli Seam coal mined at the adjacent Coalcliff Colliery. The film covers the manufacturing process in detail and the use of the top quality coke in three typical applications - to manufacture modern motor car engines by General Motors Holden in Melbourne, to make superb cast iron baths by McIIwraith Industries in Sydney and in the smelting of all the silver/lead ore mined at Broken Hill in NSW by the world's largest lead smelter at the the Broken Hill Associated Smelters at Port Pirie in South Australia, with it's products then going to export markets throughout the world. The film "Illawarra Coke" was then printed in English and Japanese language versions for screening to both existing and potential users of the high quality Illawarra metallurgical coke throughout Europe, Asia and the Americas. Shown worldwide, it generated great interest in the then-very-advanced coking technology and further established Illawarra Coke as the highest quality product available for top end use by manufacturers around the world. Fifty years later, the Illawarra Coke Company continues to operate a now-much- further-modernised coke oven battery at the same Coalcliff site, exporting it's world renowned metallurgical coke to appreciative consumers worldwide. I hope you enjoy my film as much as I enjoyed making it and in developing the then-leading-technology it showcases!. Check out the vastly modernised and superbly operated Illawarra Coke Company's coke oven battery fifty years later on their excellent and very informative website on "www.illawarracoke.com.au". Noel Leeder.
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Coke Plant Technologies
Steel makers all over the world rely on ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions – definitely a worldwide leader in coke plant technologies, with an immense track record of planned and built coke plants as well as coke oven gas treatment facilities.
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Coal / Charcoal / Coke Briquette Machine
AGICO supply three kinds of Roller Press Briquette Machine: Minimum Briquette Maker Mechanical Briquette Machine Hydraulic Briquette machine http://www.briquette-machine.com/ Roll press briquette maker have been used to increase the particle size of and bulk densities of materials to improve their handling. In a roll press briquette maker, material is densified by compression between two main counter-rotating rolls. The roll surfaces have pockets to form briquettes of desired size and shape when the material passes between the rolls. This double pressing briquette press supplied by AGICO GROUP has obtained national patent in China. Appropriate Raw Materials: Charcoal powder / charcoal dust: raw material powder, silicomanganese alloy, etc. Coal: Coal powder, middle coal, slime peat, coke powder, lignite etc. Other material: fireproof material, desulfurization gypsum, dolomite etc. The materials size and moisture requests before briquetting: In order to ensure the good quality and mechanical strength of the final product, special care should be taken to ensure that the granule size fed to the machine is maintained below 3mm, preferably in the range of 30-40% smaller than 1--2 mm, with no more than 10% over 2 mm.
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10 Coca-Cola Hacks That Actually Work!
Top 10 other things you can do with coke besides drinking it Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg For copyright matters please contact us at: [email protected] Other Videos You Might Like 10 Worst Cases Of Video Game Addiction https://youtu.be/0in4_9o10jM?list=PLXK3uPjJ22FUgkmE10ySoALx9YjknvXHI 10 Food Hacks You Can Do At Home https://youtu.be/EvsIwSnP9B0?list=PLXK3uPjJ22FVqogVMKYVme84HAuoGriQv Description: Few brands are as powerful, lucrative and widely recognized as Coca-Cola. Surveys have even suggested that it’s the second most popular word worldwide, behind “hello”, and reigns indisputably as the world’s most popular beverage. Invented back in 1886, there are approximately 1.6 billion gallons of the drink now sold every year across over 160 countries. While it might be tasty and refreshing, the soft drink colloquially known as coke is comprised of an acid-filled chemical cocktail with ingredients more commonly found in products that one would never think to guzzle down their throat. These ingredients and additives don’t exactly make coke, which boasts an acidity level comparable to battery acid, a particularly health-conscious beverage choice. Regular consumers of the fizzy soda are put at risk for developing an addiction to caffeine and a deficiency of important minerals such as calcium, magnesium and vitamin A. It has also been associated with strokes, cardiac arrests, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. They do, however, allow for the beverage to take on many lesser known, albeit still practical and useful, roles. In fact, Coca-Cola can be used for an array of purposes that extend far beyond being drank alongside a burger and fries as part of a fast food combo. As a cleaning product, it has proven similarly effective to many more familiar – and highly toxic - household cleaners. Its chemicals might help the drink tantalize your taste buds, but it can also serve other parts of the body, acting on hair follicles and helping to alleviate pain and soreness. They can also be equally impactful on other everyday objects, such as coins, clothing and even toilet bowls. Now, although these many purposes do serve to highlight the ever-present chemicals that comprise the fizzy beverage and establish Coca-Cola as a rather unhealthy thirst quencher, let’s not assume that the varied uses for the drink are all bad. As a matter of fact, coke currently holds appeal to a great number of people in the world who don’t view it as a source of sweet, sugary liquid fuel. In several parts of the world, purchasing Coca-Cola is ironically less expensive than accessing clean drinking water. The availability of the drink enables farmers and other low income workers from across the world to use it as a cheaper alternative to many toxins, such as pesticides and clothing cleaners. In North America, however, Coca-Cola remains predominantly a soft drink, used to sate thirst and little else. But this seems fairly narrow minded, doesn’t it? Coke’s value as a multi-purpose too is considerable, even to those who are somewhat grossed out by a product equally adept at offering refreshment and cleaning a toilet bowl. Perhaps this list of 10 practical uses for Coca-Cola will get you dreaming up ways to get the most mileage out of that 12-pack that you just brought back from the grocery store. Or, on the other hand, it may keep you away from carbonated beverages for a long time to come. Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRichest.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRichest_Com Instagram: http://instagram.com/therichest Featuring: Toilet Bowl Cleaner Pesticide Gum Removal Color Fader Pain Neutralizer Dish Washer Jellyfish Sting Relief Hair Curling Removing Gas Smell from Clothing Coin Scrubbing For more videos and articles visit: http://www.therichest.com/ TheRichest is the world's leading source of shocking and intriguing content surrounding celebrities, money, global events, society, pop culture, sports and much more. We create high quality top 10 and top 5 list based videos filled with mind blowing interesting and entertaining facts you are going to love and enjoy. Currently updating every day!
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Generate electricity using coal - a 3D animated tutorial
http://www.edpvideo.com Effective Digital Presentations produced this 3D animation for CLECO Power in Louisiana. The video uses a combination of 3D animation and composited live video to show how the plant is using alternative fuels in one of it's power plant. Pet Coke is a by-product of the oil refining industry and is an alternative to using coal to generate electricity. The unit can also use woody biomass - a by-product of the timber industry.
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barbecue BBQ COAL CHARCOAL coke brikets briquette making machine
We professionally offer barbecue BBQ COAL CHARCOAL coke brikets briquette making machine from China. Please contact as below for more informations : Sophia Ren (Sales Manager) Skype: sophia.sharing2015 Email: [email protected] Mobile: 0086-13271586106(whatsapp/wechat/viber) Website: www.sharingmachines.com Henan Sharing International Trade Co., Ltd.
08-29-10 Jewell Smokeless Coke Ovens.wmv
Footage of Coke Ovens in the Early Am of Sunday 08-29-2010 near Vansant Virginia, Deep in the heart of Appalachia and about 1.5 hours west of Bluefield West Virginia on Rt. 460. Here is a description of Coke From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Raw cokeCoke is the solid carbonaceous material derived from destructive distillation of low-ash, low-sulfur bituminous coal. Cokes from coal are grey, hard, and porous. "Coke oven at smokeless fuel plant, South WalesCoke is usually produced from coal; the process is called coking. Volatile constituents of the coal—including water, coal-gas, and coal-tar—are driven off by baking in an airless furnace or oven at temperatures as high as 2,000 degrees Celsius. This fuses together the fixed carbon and residual ash. Most modern facilities have "by-product" coking ovens. Today, the volatile hydrocarbons are mainly used, after purification, in a separate combustion process to generate energy. Non by-product coking furnaces or coke furnaces (ovens) burn the hydrocarbon gases produced by the coke-making process to drive the carbonization process. Bituminous coal must meet a set of criteria for use as coking coal, determined by particular coal assay techniques. These include moisture content, ash content, sulfur content, volatile content, tar, and plasticity. The greater the volatile matter in coal, the more by-product can be produced, but too low or too high a level of volatile matter in the coal results in inferior coke produced in respect to coke quality properties. It is generally considered that levels of 26-29 % of volatile matter in the coal blend is good for coking purposes. Thus different types of coal are proportionally blended to reach acceptable levels of volatility before the coking process begins. Uses Coke is used as a fuel and as a reducing agent in smelting iron ore in a blast furnace. Since smoke-producing constituents are driven off during the coking of coal, coke forms a desirable fuel for stoves and furnaces in which conditions are not suitable for the complete burning of bituminous coal itself. Coke may be burned with little or no smoke under combustion conditions, while bituminous coal would produce much smoke. Discovered by accident to have superior heat shielding properties when combined with other materials, coke was one of the materials used in the heat shielding on NASA's Apollo program space vehicles. In its final form, this material was called AVCOAT 5026-39. This material has been used most recently as the heat shielding on the Mars Pathfinder vehicle. Although not used for modern day space shuttles, NASA had been planning to utilize coke and other materials for the heat shield for its next generation space craft, named Orion, before that project's cancellation.[citation needed] Coke may be used to make synthesis gas, a mixture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen. Syngas; Water gas: a mixture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen, made by passing steam over red-hot coke (or any carbon based char) Producer gas; wood gas; generator gas; synthetic gas; suction gas: a mixture of carbon monoxide, hydrogen and nitrogen, made by passing air over red-hot coke (or any carbon based char) History... Historic coke burning.The Chinese first used coke for heating and cooking no later than the ninth century AD. By the first decades of the eleventh century, Chinese ironworkers in the Yellow River valley began to fuel their furnaces with coke, solving their fuel problem in that tree-sparse region.[1] In 1603, Sir Henry Platt suggested that coal might be charred in a manner analogous to the way charcoal is produced from wood. This process was not put into practice until 1642, when coke was used for roasting malt in Derbyshire. Coal cannot be used in brewing because its sulfurous fumes would impart a foul taste to the beer. In 1709, Abraham Darby I established a coke-fired blast furnace to produce cast iron. Coke's superior crushing strength allowed blast furnaces to become taller and larger. The ensuing availability of inexpensive iron was one of the factors leading to the Industrial Revolution. In England in the first years of steam railway locomotives, coke was the normal fuel. This resulted from an early piece of environmental legislation; any proposed locomotive had to "consume its own smoke".[2] This was not technically possible to achieve until the firebox arch came into use, but burning coke, with its low smoke emissions, was considered to meet the requirement. However, this rule was quietly dropped and cheaper coal became the normal fuel, as railways gained acceptance among the general public.
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Home Made Coal Forge
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Fuels -6 Carbonization of Coal
In this video lecture we will learn about fuels, we will see carbonization of coal and see its two parts, low temperature carbonization and high temperature carbonization and see all its characteristics. Follow :) Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BikkiMahato Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mahatobikki Facebook Page:https://www.facebook.com/youtubebikki Twitter:https://twitter.com/mahato_bikki Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/bikkimahato Google+:https://plus.google.com/u/0/+BikkiMahato Blogger:https://bikkimahato.blogspot.in Support :) Paytm : 8100147475 PhonePe : 8100147475 Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/bikkimahato Instamojo : https://www.instamojo.com/@bikkimahato Paypal : https://www.paypal.me/bikkimahato
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Preparation of Powdered Coal and Coke SRM Blends
This video demonstrates how to blend powdered coal and coke certified reference materials. It is intended to be used in conjunction with NIST Special Publication SP 260-167 available at http://ts.nist.gov/MeasurementServices/ReferenceMaterials/PUBLICATIONS.cfm
Charging of coal in coke oven battery
Coke is a fuel with a high carbon content and few impurities, made by heating coal in the absence of air. It is the solid carbonaceous material derived from destructive distillation of low-ash, low-sulphur bituminous coal. Cokes made from coal are grey, hard, and porous.The coal-to-coke transformation takes place as follows: The heat is transferred from the heated brick walls into the coal charge. From about 375°C to 475°C, the coal decomposes to form plastic layers near each wall. At about 475°C to 600°C, there is a marked evolution of tar, and aromatic hydrocarbon compounds, followed by resolidification of the plastic mass into semi-coke. At 600°C to 1100°C, the coke stabilization phase begins. This is characterized by contraction of coke mass, structural development of coke and final hydrogen evolution. During the plastic stage, the plastic layers move from each wall towards the center of the oven trapping the liberated gas and creating in gas pressure build up which is transferred to the heating wall. Once, the plastic layers have met at the center of the oven, the entire mass has been carbonized.
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Making coal into coke, part 3
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Coal carbonization and Coke oven plant
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Clark Testing - Coal and Coke
Clark Coal & Coke laboratory specializes in metallurgical coal and coke testing and serves clients, both metallurgical and steam producers, high-quality services, and on-time analysis. Learn more at ClarkTesting.com
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SLI&S Constructionf Coke Oven Coal Transfer Tower Part 1.
Watch this 5 part series as strobx1 tells his construction & weathering methods to build a "Transfer Tower" to complete the Coke & Bi-Product plant on his scratch built HO Scale Spring Lake Iron & Steel Charles Wesley Works Complex1. Transfer towers are used to make a conveyor system do a 90 degree turn. These are built high up in the air to clear buildings etc.
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Mod-01 Lec-27 Coke Making
Materials and Energy Balance in Metallurgical Processes by Prof. S. C. Koria, Department of Materials Science & Engineering, IIT Kanpur For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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CARBOLITE GERO CRI Coke Reactivity Furnace and CSR
The Carbolite Gero Coke Reactivity Index furnace (CRI) determines lump-coke reactivity in carbon dioxide gas at elevated temperatures. For further information and quote request: http://www.carbolite-gero.com/applications/industries/coal-coke/pilot-plant-equipment/ A dry coke sample of designated size and origin is reacted with CO2 gas in a retort at a specified elevated temperature for a specified length of time. The weight retained after reduction determines the CRI. The Carbolite Gero Coke Reactivity Index furnace (CRI) has a maximum operating temperature of 1100°C with three heating zones with an overall heated length of 700 mm. The modular heating system incorporates low thermal mass insulation and resistance coiled wire elements. Product advantages Coke Reactivity Furnace CRI • Maximum operating temperature 1100°C • Eurotherm 2704 controller configured to meet either ASTM D 5341-14 or ISO 18894 (2006) • Over-temperature protection • Three heated zones with overall heated length of 700 mm • Resistance wire heating elements • Dual wall corrosion and oxidisation resistant Inconel sample retort which allows incoming gas to be preheated • Gas safety system • Audible safety alarms for over-temperature, low gas flow and flame failure on the gas safety system
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Immersive Engineering Tutorial #2 - Coke Oven
Support me on Patreon: http://www.Patreon.com/SentinalhMC Its time to make Coke in the oven In this episode we take a look at the coke oven, the very first machine you need to make in Immersive Engineering. Everything takes treated wood and that needs creosote oil and that comes from the coke oven. In this series we'll be going through Immersive Engineering in roughly the order you would when playing it. I'll talk about how to set up multi-blocks, how to use machines together etc. Thanks to my Patrons: Nathan Welty, Jason, Laura McCready, Waterlubber, Aralia Almendral-Todd, Fluffy Cloud Music: Latin Industries - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Easy Lemon - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Cognitive Dissonance - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...
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Minecraft: Skyblock Ep-31: Coke Coal?
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Coal and Petroleum Class 8 Science CBSE Lectures
For DVD Purchase Call 7838942884 OR Click Here: https://www.cbselectures.com/product/animated-videos-class-viiith-science-by-cbse-lectures-dvd/ Sources: https://www.cbselectures.com/topic/coal-and-petroleum-part-i/ Website: https://www.cbselectures.com Buy Remaining Videos: https://www.cbselectures.com/product/class-8th-science-tutorials/ Natural Resources : the resources which we get from nature like air water , soil, sunlight , coal petroleum , natural gas and minerals resources are natural resources. Types of resources : inexhaustible resources: exhaustible resources Inexhaustible natural resources : Those resources which are present in unlimited quantity in nature and are not likely to be exhausted by human activities are called in exhaustible natural resources . e.g. air , water, soil . Exhaustible resources : Those resources which are present in a limited quantity in nature and can be exhausted by human activities are called exhaustible resources Fossils Fossils are the remains of the pre historic plants or animals , buried under the earth million years ago . Fossilfuels The natural fuels formed from the remains of living organisms buried under the earth long , long ago , are called fossil fuels Coal : Coal is hard , black combustible mineral that consists of carbon . It is formed by the process of carbonization . Carbonization The slow process by which the dead plants buried deep under the earth converted into coal is called carbonization Uses of coal coal is used as a fuel in homes and industries . 2.it is used as a fuel at Thermal power plants for generating electricity . coal is used make coal gas which is an important industrial fuel. it is used to make coke . 5.earilier coal was used as fuel to make steam to run steam engines of the train . ( Show Train ) coal was used as a source of organic chemicals. Destructive Distillation : The process of strong heating of coal in the absence of air is called destructive distillation . Products of coal 1.coal gas coal tar 3.Coke coal gas : It is mainly a mixture of methane & hydrogen, with some carbon monoxide . Uses of coal gas it is used as industrial fuel . it is used for lighting purposes 2.coal tar : 1.coal tar is a thick black liquid with unpleasant smell 2.It is a mixture of benzene, toluene, naphthalene ,anthracene , phenol and aniline Uses of coal tar The products of coal tar are used to make synthetic fibres . 2.medicines plastics. synthetic dyes . varnishes 6 roofing 7.pesticides 8.explosives metalling the roads coke: coke is tough and porous black solid substance . it is the purest form of carbon with 98% of carbon Uses of coke it mainly used as reducing agent in the extraction of metals like iron , zinc , etc. it is used as a fuel
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Coal/coke powder briquetting machine
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Feed The Beast :: Machine Tutorials :: Coke Oven
In this video we go over the Coke Oven from Railcraft. I go through how to do everything to this machine from building it, all the way up to automating it. Please let me know if you have any questions and I'll gladly answer them. Don't forget to subscribe, as I have many other tutorials coming soon. Thanks! As always, likes/favorites are much appreciated. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/rubysowngaming Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/rubysown Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/rubysown Donate: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=MQGPQLK9YJEM4 Intro/Outro Music provided by Big C TV: http://bit.ly/BigCTV Coke Oven Coke Oven Coke Oven
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Coal Forges vs. Gas Forges: Which Should You Choose?
What are the differences between coal forges and gas forges? See our comparison of these forge types' pros and cons, and determine which one is best for your needs. To compare models of gas forges, browse our full selection here: https://www.centaurforge.com/Gas-Forges/departments/146/ To view our selection of coal & coke forges, visit our shop here: https://www.centaurforge.com/Coal-Coke-Forges/departments/160/ -- Video Transcript: Hi, I'm Bekki. I'm here to give you you some of the differences between a gas forge and a coal forge. Obviously, size is one major difference. The gas forge is much more compact - obviously you can have it two burners, single burner, whatever. These [gas forges] are hooked up to a propane tank, and they are a lot more restricted on your room on the inside of the forge. On the coal forge, you have all of the top of the forge, you've got a huge fire, you are not restricted by room and are able to work around it. Here [on the gas forge], you have just this tiny little space on the inside. Most of the time, for blacksmiths, I recommend that you get one with open ends, which means that not only can you open up the front, but you have portholes on both sides that you can put your pieces of work on either side, let it heat up, and be able to pull it out. While one is being worked on, the other piece is getting heated up. Gas forges, while they are a lot more compact, they are more friendly in smaller environments such as subdivisions where your neighbors might complain about smoke from a coal or coke forge. The gas forge does not smoke, you don't need a lot of huge ventilation though you want to make sure you have a good intake of air, but you don't need a chimney or anything like that. The disadvantage with this [gas forge], besides being a smaller fire box, is that it is louder. It also takes a little bit longer for the gas forge to get your piece up to forge-welding temperature. But, on the bright side, it is a lot more compact, so you don't have to worry about trying to set up your forge or your shop or your garage to accomodate not only your large coal forge, you don't have to put a hole in your ceiling to accomodate for ventilation, or do a chimney. You're able to put it on a gas forge stand and wheel it wherever you'd like. While both of them [gas and coal forges] are fantastic for forging, there are disadvantages and advantages to both a coal and gas forge. If you have any other further questions, please feel free to give us a call at 1-800-666-9175. -- Looking for more info about your favorite farrier and blacksmith products? Visit the Centaur Forge YouTube channel and subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS-j63OJTMIpnBU3qz1ILFQ
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Penn State Fayette Coal and Coke Heritage Center
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Wood Charcoal & Boiler Fuel By Charcoal India, Ludhiana
[https://www.indiamart.com/charcoalindia/ ] Incepted in the year 1992 at Ludhiana, (Punjab, India), we “Charcoal India” are one of the most renowned manufacturer, trader, wholesaler and supplier of an excellent range of Wood Charcoal, Boiler Fuel, Coal & Coke and Industrial Minerals & Chemicals. Our product range includes Charcoal Dust, Charcoal Tooth Powder, Charcoal Lumps (25 mm to 150 mm), Carbon Charcoal Powder, Charcoal Gitti (5 mm to 25 mm), Charcoal Earthing (0 to 5 mm), Fire Wood, Husk Fuel Briquette, Industrial Coal/Non Coking Coal, Imported Charcoal Coke, Fire Wood Coal/Charcoal, Steam Coal, Hard Coke, Pet Coke, Indonesian Coal, Barium Carbonate, China Clay, Earthing Coal & Salt and Heat Treatment Salt.
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Shoaf Coke Works in Fayette County, Pa. (ca. 1970)
For more information: http://www.jewishfamilieshistory.org/entry/nobel-family/ Filmed at the Shoaf Coke Works in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, this film documents some of the last operating coke ovens in the region. Fire emerges from the top of the ovens as the coal inside burns for as long as 72 hours. Electric-powered larry cars can be seen using the tracks above the ovens. Coal would be deposited, or charged, into the ovens from openings at the top. This process eliminates impurities in coal and produces coke, a hard, gray substance used to smelt iron ore into iron. The H.C. Frick Coke Company built the coke works at Shoaf in 1904. By 1930s, many beehive coke ovens had been abandoned in favor of by-product ovens, which were more efficient and less polluting. The Shoaf coke ovens, however, stayed in operation until 1972, when its current owners were not able to comply with newly enacted clear-air regulations. Abandoned coke ovens remain intact in Shoaf and other locations throughout Southwestern Pennsylvania. This footage was shot by William G. Beal, a Pittsburgh filmmaker active from the 1940s through the 1990s.
Beyond Reality, Ep. 5 - Coal Coke and Steel
Hello All!!! Welcome to my new Let's Play series featuring the Beyond Reality 2.x modpack. This modpack, featured on the ATLauncher (ATLauncher.com) is a GregTech Hardmode modpack, with a lot of the 1.7.10 mods we've all come to love. GregTech makes things pretty hard, and the Beyond Reality guys and gals have taken it one step further and have really made the rest of the modpack balanced around GregTech. It's time to make some steel. We'll take this episode and make a blast furnace, as well as, a coal coke oven to make our steel processing a bit more efficient. Have a day guys and gals and I'll see you next episode.
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Metallurgical/Blacksmithing Coke (Alternative Fuel Series)
In this video, I'm testing metallurgical coke for use in blacksmithing. If you've ever used blacksmithing coke, you know that it does not put off much smoke. Twan at Warped Legacy will be doing some anthracite/ bituminous coal tests: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB0oTuu1lCLB-cXs6yUFv1w Thank you for checking out this series on alternative fuel for forging. I test different kinds of coal for forging, in addition to some odd fuel sources. If you want to buy forging coal, you can try googling "blacksmith coal near me". Also, if you know of a good source of forging coal for sale, feel free to share it in the comments. Want to SUPPORT what we do here at Christ Centered Ironworks Blacksmith Channel? Visit my channel: https://www.youtube.com/christcenteredironworks Stop by my website: http://www.blacksmithpdfs.com Get some merch: https://www.teespring.com/christcenteredironworks Shop my Amazon Influencer page for shop tools: https://www.amazon.com/shop/christcenteredironworks Social: https://www.instagram.com/christcenteredironworks
SinoCoking Coal and Coke Chemical Industries, Inc. (SCOK) Stock Chart Technical Analysis for 9-11-14
Join My Private Trading Team - http://claytrader.com/innercircle/ Learn to Use Charts - http://claytrader.com/training/ Learn how to read stock charts and identify technical patterns as ClayTrader does a quick stock chart review on SinoCoking Coal and Coke Chemical Industries, Inc. (SCOK). For more free videos and content from ClayTrader check out the links below. ClayTrader.com is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Guidance Marketing, LLC. Guidance Marketing, LLC and its employees are not a Registered Investment Advisor, Broker Dealer or a member of any association for other research providers in any jurisdiction whatsoever and we are not qualified to give financial advice. Investing/trading in securities is highly speculative and carries an extremely high degree of risk.
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