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Main Title Study on Design and Cost Analysis of a Prototype Coal Cleaning Plant. Supplement.
CORP Author McNally Pittsburg Mfg. Corp., Kans.
Year Published 1969
Report Number PH-22-68-59; 0609;
Stock Number PB-196 634
Additional Subjects ( Coal ; Desulfurization) ; ( Benefication ; Coal preparation) ; ( Cost engineering ; Coal preparation) ; Cost estimates ; Reduction(Chemistry) ; Government furnished equipment ; Test facilities ; Air pollution ; Abatement ; Sulfur compounds ; Concentration(Composition) ; Air pollution control
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NTIS  PB-196 634 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/23/1988
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Abstract
Four alternate methods suggested in the report which this one supplements are explained in detail. The most economical method to determine the reduction of sulfur from a given raw coal is based on beneficiation equipment currently used by coal washing contractors; it involves extensive laboratory testing from suitable raw coal samples. If carried out in one of the existing government laboratories it would involve no capital investment; operating costs would also be small. In case a plant is desired to demonstrate in actual practice the reduction of sulfur as well as to generate data for a given coal, it will be of substantial value both from a scientific and commercial standpoint to build a full scale commercial plant. Being capable of operation at a full commercial rate, this facility would be able to provide an adequate return on the total investment. It would be an added advantage if cooperation could be obtained from a large coal company to run the plant. (Author)