3 edition of Analyses of coal samples collected 1975-1977 found in the catalog.
Analyses of coal samples collected 1975-1977
Henderson, James A.
by Commonwealth of Virginia, Dept. of Conservation and Economic Development, Division of Mineral Resources in Charlottesville, Va
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 6.
|Statement||James A. Henderson, Jr., Charles S. Oman, and S. Lynn Coleman.|
|Series||Virginia Division of Mineral Resources publication ;, 33|
|Contributions||Oman, Charles L., Coleman, S. Lynn.|
|LC Classifications||TP326.U5 H46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||135 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||135|
|LC Control Number||81623300|
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Analyses of coal samples collected Charlottesville, Va.: Commonwealth of Virginia, Dept. of Conservation and Economic Development, Division of Mineral Resources, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
Analyses of coal samples collected Technical Report Henderson, J.A. ; Oman, C.S. ; Coleman, S.L. In late the Virginia Division of Mineral Resources began a sampling program of coal beds in Virginia in cooperation with the US Geological Survey and the US Bureau of.
Publication Analyses of Coal Samples Collected Publication Geology of the Roanoke and Stewartsville Quadrangles, Virginia Publication Geology of the Villamont and Montvale Quadrangles, Virginia. Several classifications for coal exist. The ASTM () classification by rank is most frequently used in the United States (U.S.
Bureau of Mines, ) and has been used by classification schemes are described by Francis (), Parks (), and Van Krevelen ().Classification schemes are described in detail in Volume I, Chapter 6, Section XII, and Cited by: 4. All coal samples collected from the Jamestown sites were of the Nemo seam and varied in thickness from 30 to 80 cm.
Shale dominated the strata found in the New River area sites, representing approximately 70 percent of the total lithology analyzed. The analyses revealed close association between the anions and cations of the common salts. The behavior of coal minerals in liquefaction processes is still not understood but is the subject of widespread research (e.g., Given, ; Walker al.,; Tarrer et al., ; Whitehurst et al., ).
One of the major problems encountered in coal liquefaction is the removal of insolubles (minerals, unreacted coal, and insoluble Cited by: Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF.
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Ebbley in as War Minerals Report Simon said that the inland natives occasionally collected and burned oil shale and coal. Exposures. ELEMENT CONCENTRATIONS IN FLY ASH EMITTED AT COLSTRIP COMPARED WITH CONCENTRATIONS IN COAL BURNED Element Al As Ba Br Co Cr Fe Mn Se Emitted fly ash-^ 15, N.D.^7 10, 72 10 12, Mean concentration (yg/g) & Coal^-/ 17, 17 19 41 -/Fly ash samples collected Ap 20, A text-book of coal-mining: for the use of colliery managers and others / (London: C.
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Samples should be collected for analysis if a bloom is detected or suspected by visual inspection, and may also be collected as part of routine surveillance.
It is recommended that authorities analyze samples during, and after the collapse of the bloom to better characterize the extent of the risk posed by the cyanobacteria (see Appendix B). technical data.
Data collected from these reference areas must be combined with the technical data to derive a climatically adjusted standard. Control Areas A control area is similar to a reference area, as it contains one or more of the premining mapping units that formerly existed in the reclaimed tract.
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