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Materials Technology for Coal-Conversion Processes Progress Report: July-December 1977
Progress report on the activities of the Argonne National Laboratory Materials Science Division regarding studies done on refractory concretes and metallic materials being used or intended for use in coal-conversion processes, erosive wear, nondestructive testing, corrosion, chemical degradation, and failure analysis.
Materials Technology for Coal-Conversion Processes Quarterly Report: April-June 1977
Quarterly report on the activities of the Argonne National Laboratory Materials Science Division regarding studies of erosive wear, nondestructive testing, corrosion, chemical degradation, and failure analysis.
Materials Technology for Coal-Conversion Processes Quarterly Report: April-June 1979
Quarterly report on the activities of the Argonne National Laboratory Materials Science Division regarding economical conversion of coal into clean and usable fuels through the use of durable materials systems. This project is designed to provide part of the materials information necessary for successful operation of coal-conversion systems.
Materials Technology for Coal-Conversion Processes Quarterly Report: January-March 1978
Quarterly report on the activities of the Argonne National Laboratory Materials Science Division regarding studies on ceramic (refractory) and metallic materials being used or intended for use in coal-conversion processes.
Materials Technology for Coal-Conversion Processes Quarterly Report: January-March 1979
Quarterly report on the activities of the Argonne National Laboratory Materials Science Division regarding studies on ceramic (refractory) and metallic materials presently being used or intended for use in coal-conversion processes. The program entails nondestructive testing, failure analysis, and studies of erosive wear, corrosion and refractory degradation.
Materials Technology for Coal-Conversion Processes Quarterly Report: January-March 1980
Quarterly report on the activities of the Argonne National Laboratory Materials Science Division regarding economical conversion of coal into clean and usable alternate fuels will be advanced through the use of durable materials systems. This program is designed to provide part of the materials information necessary for successful operation of coal-conversion systems.
Materials Technology for Coal-Conversion Processes Quarterly Report: January-March 1981
Quarterly report of the Argonne National Laboratory Materials Science Division regarding the economical, reliable, and safe conversion of coal into clean and usable alternate fuels through the use of durable materials of construction.
Materials Technology for Coal-Conversion Processes Quarterly Report: July-September 1980
Quarterly report on the activities of the Argonne National Laboratory Materials Science Division regarding studies on ceramic (refractory) and metallic materials presently being used or intended for use in coal-conversion processes. The program entails efforts in nondestructive testing and failure analysis, as well as studies of erosive wear, corrosion, and refractory degradation.
Materials Technology for Coal-Conversion Processes Quarterly Report: October-Decemeber 1978
Quarterly report on the activities of the Argonne National Laboratory Materials Science Division regarding studies on ceramic (refractory) and metallic materials presently being used or intended for use in coal conversion processes. The program entails nondestructive testing, failure analysis, and studies of erosive wear, corrosion and refractory degradation.
Materials Technology for Coal-Conversion Processes Quarterly Report: April-June 1978
Quarterly report of the Argonne National Laboratory Materials Science Division, including studies on ceramic (refractory) and metallic materials for use in coal-conversion processes as well as studies of erosive wear, nondestructive testing, corrosion, refractory degradation, and failure analysis.
Materials Technology for Coal-Conversion Processes Quarterly Report: April-June 1980
Quarterly report on the activities of the Argonne National Laboratory Materials Science Division regarding studies on ceramic (refractory) and metallic materials presently being used or intended for use in coal-conversion processes. The program entails research in the fields of nondestructive testing and failure analysis, together with studies of erosive wear, corrosion, and refractory degradation.
Materials Technology for Coal-Conversion Processes Quarterly Report: July-September 1978
Quarterly report on the activities of the Argonne National Laboratory Materials Science Division regarding studies on ceramic (refractory) and metallic materials presently being used or intended for use in coal conversion processes. The program entails studies of erosive wear, nondestructive testing, corrosion, refractory degradation, and failure analysis.
Materials Technology for Coal-Conversion Processes Quarterly Report: October-December 1980
Quarterly report on the activities of the Argonne National Laboratory Materials Science Division regarding an examination of cores taken from the slag-refractory interface of seven refractories.