Published October 2002
by Astm Intl .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||668|
ASTM Volume , Gaseous Fuels; Coal and Coke (ASTM Standards on Disc) CD-ROM – January 1, by ASTM International (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ —Author: ASTM International. D Practice for Determination of the Heating Value of Gaseous Fuels using Calorimetry and On-line/At-line Sampling D Test Method for Online Measurement of Sulfur Compounds in Natural Gas and Gaseous Fuels by Gas Chromatograph and Electrochemical Detection D Terminology of Coal and Coke. Under the heading of gaseous fuels, this volume provides tables and practices for sampling and calculating thermophysical properties. In addition, several tests define methods for analyzing the properties of gaseous fuels. Other tests and practices evaluate properties of coal and coke. Products and Services / Standards & Publications / Standards Products / Annual Book of ASTM Standards. ASTM Volume , September Gaseous Fuels; Coal and Coke. Table of Contents. Da Standard Terminology of Coal and Coke. Da Standard Test Method for Apparent and True Specific Gravity and Porosity of Lump Coke.
Volume Petroleum Products, Liquid Fuels, and Lubricants (V): D – latest; Combustion Characteristics; Manufactured Carbon and Graphite Products Volume Gaseous Fuels; Coal and Coke; Catalysts; Bioenergy and Industrial Chemicals from Biomass. Price for print reflects the ASTM discount for purchasing an entire section. ASTM Volume Gaseous Fuels; Coal and Coke; Catalysts; Bioenergy and Industrial Chemicals from Biomass. The 80+ volume Annual Book of ASTM Standards contains ASTM's 12,+ standards and is available in print and Online formats (learn more about format options). Coke: Coke is a high-carbon product obtained by the destructive distillation of coal. The amount of carbon content in coke is so high that it is said to be an almost pure form of carbon. Coke is greyish-black in colour and is a hard, porous solid. Uses of Coke: The most common use of coke is as a fuel for stoves, furnaces and blacksmithing. The burning of coal, like the burning of all fossil fuels (oil and natural gas included), releases large quantities of carbon dioxide (CO 2) into the atmosphere and is a major driver of global warming.A potent greenhouse gas, CO 2 molecules allow the shorter-wavelength rays from the Sun to enter the atmosphere and strike Earth’s surface, but they do not allow much of the long-wave radiation.
covers gaseous fuels, and coal and coke. In Gaseous Fuels, tables and practices fix standard procedures for sampling and calculating thermo physical properties. In addition, several tests defines methods for analyzing the properties of gaseous fuels. In Coal and Coke, tests and practices establish procedures for evaluating properties of coal and coke such as dustiness, moisture content, plastic properties, and Sulphur content. Da Standard Terminology of Coal . Gaseous Fuels. Gaseous fuels may be divided into four classes: natural gas, producer gas, water gas and coal gas. Natural gas exists already formed in the earth, and is obtained by boring tube wells, similar to petroleum wells. Its essential heat producing constituents are methane (CH4) and hydrogen. Coal gas is a flammable gaseous fuel made from coal and supplied to the user via a piped distribution system. It is produced when coal is heated strongly in the absence of air. Town gas is a more general term referring to manufactured gaseous fuels produced for sale to consumers and municipalities.. Coal gas contains a mixture of calorific gases including hydrogen, carbon monoxide, methane. Pages 11 - Publisher Summary. This chapter discusses the thermodynamics of gasification. During the process of gasification of solid carbon, whether in the form of coal, coke or char, the principal chemical reactions are those involving carbon, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, hydrogen, water (or steam), and methane.