Heats of combustion of oil shale, bitumen, and their mixtures
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The net calorific values of oil shale, tar oil, bitumen, and their mixtures were measured in a calorimetric bomb. It was found that mixtures of oil shale with tar oil (or bitumen) and coke exhibited the greatest net calorific values. A decrease in the ash content of these mixtures was found. The use of mixture components and ash residues as fuel and building material components, respectively, was proposed.
KeywordsBitumen Solid Fuel Mixture Component Azerbaijan Solid Fuel Chemistry
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