Gross Calorific Value in Coal

DOCUMENT: Application | Ref: 203-821-483Download
Category: Analytical Elemental analysis, Calorific value / Gross Heat, Calorimeters, Energy and Fuels

The gross calorific value of coal, a solid fossil hydrocarbon fuel material, is most often used when calculating the total calorific value for a quantity of coal for fuel value purposes, or when determining the classification rank of the coal material.

The gross calorific value of coal, a solid fossil hydrocarbon fuel material, is most often used when calculating the total calorific value for a quantity of coal for fuel value purposes, or when determining the classification rank of the coal material. The gross calorific value and sulfur value of the coal material can also be used to calculate whether or not the coal material meets regulatory requirements for industrial fuel use. Ref: 203-821-483

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