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Use of Illinois coal for production of metallurgical coke

Frank Hynes Reed

Use of Illinois coal for production of metallurgical coke

by Frank Hynes Reed

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Published by State Geological Survey in Urbana .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coal,
  • Coke

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby F.H. Reed ... [et al.].
    SeriesIllinois State Geological Survey. Bulletin -- no. 71, Bulletin (Illinois State Geological Survey) -- no. 71.
    ContributionsIllinois State Geological Survey
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE105 .A16 no.71
    The Physical Object
    Pagination132 p.
    Number of Pages132
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25495277M
    OCLC/WorldCa1596970

    illinoiscoalusedincoke Coal from theIllinois No. 6 seam has beenused continuously for produc- tionof blastfurnacecokesince when it was first blendedwith No. 3 Po-. however, coal production in northern Illinois began to decline due to development of more profitable mining operations in southern Illinois. Surface mining began in the area about and, subsequently, all underground mines closed. Since then, practically all of the coal mined in northern Illinois has been from surface operations.

    B 64 Coke from Illinois Coals. p. B 71 Use of Illinois Coal for Production of Metallurgical Coke. p. B 72 Briquetting Illinois Coals Without Binder. p. B 84 Petrographic and Coking Characteristics of Coal - Laboratory Study of Illinois Coal Seam Nos. 5 . John C. Crelling, in Applied Coal Petrology, Metallurgical coke, along with iron ore and limestone, is layered into a blast furnace to convert the iron ore to metallic , which is mostly carbon, reacts with the blast air to produce carbon monoxide, which, in turn, reacts with the iron oxide to produce carbon dioxide and metallic iron.

    The secondary objective is to review in detail the method of evaluating the coke stability factor by the petrographic method. Since , the Illinois State Geological Survey has made extensive studies of the use of Illinois coals in blends for the production of metallurgical coke. C Economic Trends Favoring the Use of Illinois Coal for Metallurgical Coke. 15p. C Production and Consumption of Mineral Fuels in Illinois,


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Use of Illinois coal for production of metallurgical coke. Urbana, State Geological Survey, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Frank Hynes Reed; Illinois State Geological Survey.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jackman, H.W. (Harold Wesley), Use of Illinois coal fines in production of metallurgical coke. Urbana, Ill.: State of Illinois, Dept.

of Registration and Education, Division of the State Geological Survey, Book: Use of Illinois coal fines in production of metallurgical coke.

[Only coal in mine sizes larger than 3/4 in. has been recommended and used by coke industry previously; shown that wide size range may be used if coal is prepared properly]. Book: Coking coals of Illinois: their use in blends for metallurgical coke Title: Coking coals of Illinois: their use in blends for metallurgical coke Full Record.

Economic trends favoring the use of Illinois coal for metallurgical coke. Urbana, Ill.: Illinois State Geological Survey, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Hubert E Risser; Illinois State Geological Survey.

USE OF ILLINOIS COAL FINES IN PRODUCTION OF METALLURGICAL COKE. Jackman and R. Hdfinstino ABSTRACT Changing market conditions and new mining methods have promptedinvestigation of the use of Illinois coals in a wide range of mine sizes.

including the fines, for making coke. Utilization of all, or a very large percentage of, mine output for coke should have economic advantages for both coal and coke producers. Book: Comparison of mine sizes of Southern Illinois coals for use in metallurgical coke.

Comparison of mine sizes of Southern Illinois coals for use in metallurgical coke. Full Record; Other Related Research; Authors: Jackman, H.W.; Eissler, R.L.; Reed, F.H. Publication Date: Sat Jan 01 EST Use of Illinois coal fines in production of metallurgical coke (Illinois State Geological Survey.

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Coke for the blast furnace Metallurgical coke is a macroporous carbon mate-rial of high strength produced by carbonization of coals of specific rank or of coal blends at temperatures up to K. About 90% of the coke produced from blends of coking coals is used to maintain the process of iron production in the blast furnace where it has.

staff members, and a few samples were taken from cars shipped to metallurgical coke plants. The coals were double-screened sizes between the limits of 3 inches and 2 inch, which has been the size range recommended for metallurgical coke use. All Illinois coals were wet-washed, some in jigs and some in heavy-media washers.

Index to coals used in experimental coking runs USE OF ILLINOIS COAL FOR PRODUCTION OF METALLURGICAL COKE BY F. Reed, H. Jackman, O. Rees, G. Yohe, and P. Henline INTRODUCTION Purpose of Investigation THIS PROJECT was planned, set up, and conducted for the purpose of saving transportation.

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Get this from a library. Coking Coals of Illinois: Their Use in Blends for Metallurgical Coke. [H W Jackman; Robert Louis Eissler; Frank Hynes Reed; Illinois State Geological Survey,].

Book: Stockpilling Illinois coal for coke. Stockpilling Illinois coal for coke. Full Record; Other Related Research; Authors: Jackman, H W; Eissler, R L; Helfinstine, R J Publication Date: Thu Jan 01 EST OSTI Identifier: Resource Type.

STATE OF ILLINOIS DWIGHT H. GREEN, Governor DEPARTMENT OF REGISTRATION AND EDUCATION FRANK G. THOMPSON, Director DIVISION OF THE STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY M.

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Buy Use of Illinois coal fines in production of metallurgical coke (Illinois State Geological Survey. Circular) by Harold Wesley Jackman (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Harold Wesley Jackman.Illinois coal for coke production was discontinued. Currently, over 8 million tons of coal are used per year to produce coke in northern Illinois and Indiana.

is research is Th developing processes that will again allow Illinois coal to be used for coke production. Coal for metallurgical coke production: predictions of coke quality and future requirements for cokemaking As an introduction on coal petrology, a recent book chapter also summarizes the work carried out on this area (Suárez-Ruiz, ).

Illinois State Geological Survey, Circular, vol. () 20 pp. Google Scholar. Hatano et al.,