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Slurry transport properties of graded coal waste
R. W. McKibbin
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|Statement||by R.W. McKibbin, R.R. Backer, and R.A. Busch.|
|Series||Report of investigations ;, 8825, Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) ;, 8825.|
|Contributions||Backer, R. R., Busch, R. A.|
|LC Classifications||TN23 .U43 no. 8825, TN817 .U43 no. 8825|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p. :|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||83014484|
adits, drilling. (for coal beds intersecting the basin: if you don’t know, mine coal ft. and construct your barrier). (b) Properties of fine refuse slurry (if MC > LL, do not add load to existing impoundment level until MC is reduced). In addition to the determination of the chemical and physical properties of the coal samples, their zeta potentials were also measured. The pulps of different solids percentage composed of coal particles with d 50 sizes of 19, 35 and 50 μm were used to determine the effect of volume fraction on the viscosity of the by:
Eight loop tests using this graded waste were run at slurry densities ranging from (25 Wt- pct solids) to (60 wt-pct solids). The resultant friction- pressure gradients ranged from to Ft of water per foot of 4-in standard steel pipe. Coal Transportation 57 Table summarizes the magnitude and costs of various coal transportation modes in the United States for Figure shows a representative distribu tion (for ) of transportation mode with respect to the consuming sector. Ta ble gives the origin and destination (by state) of the major consuming sector.
Coal waste slurry impoundments may be active (i.e., still receiving coarse coal waste or slurry from an active coal-cleaning operation), inactive (reactivation planned), or reclaimed (Figure 3). Those structures that are inactive may be under a current permit, or “orphaned”. transport velocity in case of homogenous slurry flow or the deposit velocity in case of settling slurry flow. Critical Deposit Velocity. A further result of Durand’s work is an empirical equa- tion for predicting the critical deposit velocity of slurry, i.e. the velocity below which a stationary deposit of sol- ids forms in the Size: 1MB.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: McKibbin, R.W. (Robert W.). Slurry transport properties of graded coal waste. [Avondale, Md.]: U.S. Dept. of the Interior. OAI identifier: oai::MIU Provided by: University of Michigan Library Repository Suggested articles. A ton ample of Western coal waste was crushed and screened to pct minus 1/2 in.
Eight loop tests using this graded waste were run at slurry densities ranging from (25 wt-pct solids) to (60 wt-pct sol-ids) 0 The resultant friction-'pressure gradients ranged from 0,06 to ft of water per foot of 4-in standard steel pipe.
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of all the components need to be considered. The transport system includes the slurry preparation plant, the pump station and the pipeline.
This paper assesses the impact of increasing the slurry density in a platinum tailings system from conventional densities to thickened and paste tailings densities. As slurry density andCited by: 5.
fine coal refuse (FCR) slurry, a mixture of soil, rock dust, coal fines and water that is pumped into such an impoundment.
The physical, mechanical, and hydraulic conductivity properties of CCR and FCR are critical in designing coal refuse disposal dams and impoundments for both File Size: KB. Most slurry waste from coal preparation is created above ground in slurry impoundments where the slurry solids are left to settle.
The discarded water in the impoundment can be recirculated within the preparation plant for some period of Size: KB. transport by pipelines. In coal mining: Slurry pipelines Coal slurry is a mixture of crushed coal and a liquid such as water or oil. The traditional mixture, first patented in England inconsists of 50 percent coal and 50 percent water by weight.
So-called heavy coal slurries or slurry fuels consist of. Coal slurry is a waste product of coal mining and processing, and contains both liquid and solid constituents.
Particles of coal, water and chemicals used to prepare coal for market make up the slurry. Suitable methods of processing coal slurry for reuse or return to the environment have not been implemented. Medium Quality: Coal Fines & Sewage Sludge. This formulation was developed for a medium grade fuel market, specifically the electric utility steam coal market.
Beneficiated coal fines (80% by weight, dry basis), such as the type recovered from waste coal slurry impoundments, and treated sewage sludge (20% by weight, dry basis) are mixed. In the crushing and preparation plant, crushed ore is mixed with water into slurry and then transported in pipelines to hydrocyclones where valuable minerals are separated from waste gangue.
The slurry, with its average density of 1, kg/m³ and particle sizes up to mm, is not just any high-viscosity mass. An estimated million gallons of water and coal refuse slurry drained from the impoundment into the adjacent under- ground mine.
Approximately million gallons subsequently discharged from the underground mine at two portals. these Proceedings with those of the Slurry Transport Association, now entitled the Coal and Slurry Technology Association, has helped towards a balance between theory and practice.
Many other sources of information exist, however, ranging from the very academic to the very practical. Reviews tend to mix theory and app lication. Stern (1), fo r. Viscosity is one of the most important rheological properties of coal-water slurry and it is desired to be as low as possible .
So a good understanding of the rheological properties of coal-water slurry is essential for design and optimization of the processes and process equipment employed . Index Bulk Cargoes COAL SLURRY Coal slurry is a mixture of fine particles of coal and water.
ANGLE OF REPOSE: Not applicable BULK DENSITY (kg/m3): to STOWAGE FACTOR (m3/t): to SIZE: Under 1 mm CLASS: Not applicable GROUP: A HAZARD: Coal slurry is liable to liquefy during sea transport. Spontaneous combustion is possible if the coal dries. 4 capacity with coal-water slurry. As a result of both experiments was obtained from the coal-water slurry of coal Tugnuisky fraction of mm with a ratio of the solid and liquid phase 50/50 and had sedimentation stability for 2 days, ie retains a uniform distribution of particles throughout the volume of the slurry.
The best results were obtained using flotation process. Coal slurry deposits represent some energy potential defined by the heat content. The energy potential was calculated for each analysed slurry impoundment (Table 3). The energy potential Author: Aleksander Lutyński, Wiesław S.
Blaschke, Jan Szpyrka, Ireneusz Baic. Bottom Ash Mixture Slurry for Pipeline Transportation Head loss of fly ash slurry and fly ash-bottom ash mixture slurry Solids Flow rate Specific Power Consumption Optimum transport concentration 8 Strength, Settling Properties and Load Bearing Capacities of High Concentration Ash Mixture SlurryFile Size: 94KB.
To transform the coal ash into a slurry, coal is separated from non-combustable components and can be fractionated by particle size as well. Coal slurry can be transferred by pipeline or with specialized pumps such as a progressive cavity pump to pump the highly abrasive, corrosive and viscous coal slurry.
A slurry pipeline is a specially engineered pipeline used to move ores, such as coal or iron, or mining waste, called tailings, over long distances.A mixture of the ore concentrate and water, called slurry, is pumped to its destination and the water is filtered to the abrasive properties of slurry, the pipelines can be lined with high-density polyethylene (HDPE), or manufactured.
The production of coal-water slurry fuel involves the crushing of coal or coal sludge to particles between 10 and 65 micrometers diameter (standard crushers can be used); wet milling and homogenisation (with additives as required).
The resulting product (coal slurry) is then prepared for intermediate storage or transport.In each grade concrete five different replacement rates, 0%, 25%, 50%, 75% and % were considered.
evaluated using as a criteria compressive strength and transport properties, such as gas.The coal waste was ground until a particle size below 90 μm was achieved and thermally treated at °C for two hours in order to transform the industrial waste into a supplementary cementitious material.
The chemical composition of the resulting activated coal mining waste (CMW) is reported in Table 1. It must be noted that CMW exhibits an Cited by: 5.