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Certification of the ash and sulphur contents and the gross calorific value of the coal BCR no. 65

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        PublishersC.E.C.
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        LC Classifications1981
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 53 p. :
        Number of Pages58
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        ISBN 100119383721
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2059 for O 2, 0. The H content is analysed through CHN-analysis see above. These gases consist primarily of propane and butane, and are usually obtained as a by-product of oil refinery operations or by stripping liquefied petroleum gases from the natural gas stream. Fuels of limited use, such as manufactured gases, kerosene, liquid fuels derived from biological materials wood, vegetable oils, and animal fat productsbriquettes, wood, and coke, are not discussed here.

5 Heavy is a residual fuel more viscous than No.

Emissions from power plants fueled by peat, coal, natural gas and oil

There are currently 13 Incoterms in use, and they can be considered on the basis cited above. Incoterms also influence Customs valuation basis of imported merchandise.

If the ash content of the fuel is low and rather constant, the calculation can be based on the dry basis Eqn 3. Therefore, exhaust gas from stoichiometric combustion theoretically contains no incompletely oxidized fuel constituents and no unreacted oxygen i.for a typical petroleum type fuel oil of composition given above.

The volume of the sample is read after 10 times compression by means of falling.