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Methods and Apparatus Used in Determining the Gas, Coke, and By-Product Making Properties of American Coals: with Results on a Taggart-Bed Coal from Roda, Wise County, Virginia

Description: From Introduction: "The results of this preliminary investigation, which were reported to the association at the 1928 convention, indicated, first, that fundamental information on the mechanism of carbonization throughout the entire range from low to high temperature coking is desired and, second, that a uniform basis upon which to compare the carbonizing properties of different coals should be developed."
Date: 1931
Creator: Fieldner, A. C.; Davis, J. D.; Thiessen, R.; Kester, E. B. & Selvig, W. A.
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Carbonizing Properties: Chilton Coal from Lorado Number 5 Mine, Lorado, Logan County, West Virginia

Description: From Forward: "The value of this survey of the carbonizing properties of American coals by a standard method lies in the comparability of the results on different coals. A secondary objective of the Bureau of Mines carbonization studies is to obtain information on the chemical and physical properties of different coals that may effect the yield and nature of the gas, coke, and byproducts."
Date: 1951
Creator: Davis, J. D.; Reynolds, D. A.; Wolfson, D. E.; Naugle, B. W. & Ode, W. H.
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Carbonizing Properties of West Virginia Coals and Blends of Coals From the Alma, Cedar Grove, Dorothy Powellton A, Eagle, Pocahontas and Beckley Beds

Description: From Introduction: "The composition and carbonizing properties of 33 coals previously tested have been given in technical papers of the Bureau of Mines and in short reports published for the most part in the Proceedings of the American Gas Association. A complete list of publications on the work previous to 1937 is appended to this report. The present report gives the composition and carbonizing properties of seven additional coals from West Virginia. The data include results of blending test in which Beckley bed low-volatile coal was used with all the high-volatile coals except the Alma coal, with which Pocahontas No. 4 coal was used."
Date: 1938
Creator: Fieldner, A. C.; Davis J. D.; Selvig, W. A.; Thiessen, R.; Reynolds, D. A.; Holmes, C. R. et al.
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Carbonizing Properties: Eastern Kentucky Coals from Elkhorn Number 1, Elkhorn Number 2, Leatherwood, and Harlan Beds

Description: From Introduction and Summary: "This report gives results of an investigation of the carbonizing properties of the following eastern Kentucky coals: Elkhorn No.1 bed, No. 28 mine, Wayland, Floyd County; Elkhorn No.2 bed, Turner No.5 mine, Drift, Floyd County; Leatherwood (Haddix No.5) bed, Leatherwood mine, Leatherwood, Perry County; and Harlan bed, Path Fork mine, Path Fork, Harlan County."
Date: 1952
Creator: Davis, J. D.; Reynolds, D. A.; Brewer, R. E.; Wolfson, D. E.; Naugle, B. W.; Frederic, W. H. et al.
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Carbonizing Properties: Pocahontas Number 6, Davy Sewell, and Fire Creek Coals from West Virginia and Upper and Lower Kittanning and Upper and Lower Freeport Coals from Pennsylvania

Description: From Forward: "The value of this survey of the carbonizing properties of American coals by a standard method lies in the comparability of the results on different coals. It must recognized that no standard laboratory method of carbonization, even on a large unit, can yield results that exactly duplicate those obtained in ovens and retorts. The commercial results vary with the type of oven or retort. Allowance must be made for such differences in interpreting the BM-AGA test results in terms of commercial plants."
Date: 1950
Creator: Davis, J. D.; Reynolds, D. A.; Brewer, R. E.; Wolfson, D. E.; Naugle, B. W. & Birge, G. W.
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Carbonizing Properties: West Virginia Coals from the Pittsburgh Bed Jamison Number 9 Mine, Marion County, and Upper Freeport Bed Bull Run Number 1 Mine, Preston County

Description: From Introduction and Summary: "This report gives results of investigation of the carbonizing properties of coals from Pittsburgh bed, Jamison No. 9 mine, Marion County, W. Va., and from Upper Free-port bed, Bull Run No.1 mine, Preston County, W. Va.
Date: 1952
Creator: Davis, J. D.; Reynolds, D. A.; Brewer, R. A.; Wolfson, D. E.; Naugle, B. W. & Birge, G. W.
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Low-Temperature Carbonization of Coal

Description: Technical paper issued by the Bureau of Mines over studies on low-temperature carbonization of coal. Methods and equipment used during the studies are discussed. This paper includes tables, illustrations, and photographs.
Date: 1926
Creator: Fieldner, Arno Carl
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Yields and Analyses of Tars and Light Oils from Carbonization of U.S. Coals

Description: From Abstract: "This bulletin presents, in collected and tabulated form, Bureau of Mines and American Gas Association (BM-AGA) carbonization data pertaining to the chemical analysis of tars and the characterization of tars and light oils obtained from U.S. coals."
Date: unknown
Creator: Walters, J. G.; Ortuglio, C. & Glaenzer
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Comparison of BM-AGA and Slot-Oven Experimental Methods of Carbonization, with Results for Eleven Coals

Description: From Introduction and Summary: "However, with the completion and satisfactory performance of an experimental vertical slot oven of 500-pound capacity at the University of Illinois Geological Survey Laboratory, the opportunity to directly compare BM-AGA coke with coke made by two-sided heating became available and the necessary test apparatus was installed. This report compares the results obtained by the two methods."
Date: 1950
Creator: Davis, J. D.; Reynolds, D. A.; Wolfson, D. E. & Birge, G. W.
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Studies of the Extraction and Coking of Coal and their Significance in Relation to its Structure

Description: From Summary: "This Paper is concerned with two aspects of the behavior of coal: (1) Dispersion by solvents at atmospheric pressure and high temperature and (2) the destruction and regeneration of the coking properties of coal."
Date: 1951
Creator: Orchin, M.; Golumbic, C.; Anderson, J. E. & Storch, H. H.
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