The influence of the bulk density of the coal blend on the gross calorific value of blast furnace coke
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It has been established that increasing the bulk density of the coal blend from 0.8 to 1.15 kg/m3 leads to an increase in the gross calotific value of blast-furnace coke by 0.05-0.12 MJ/kg.
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