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CHE112P Lecture 4

CHE112P Lecture 4

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Chapter 10
Combustion
Solid Fuel Ariziel Ruth D. Marquez
 
SOLID FUEL
Coal
originated from the arrested decay of theremains of trees, bushes, ferns, mosses, etc.
Contents of solid fuel
 
Free moisture
Combined moisture
Carbon, C
Net hydrogen, H
Nitrogen, N and sulfur, S
 Ash
 
SOLID FUEL
Free moisture
amount of water the solid fueladsorbed in its surface. It is obtained experimentally  by heating the sample for one hour at 104
o
C to110
o
C. The loss in weight is called moisture content.
Combined moisture
water that maybe formedtheoretically from the oxygen and hydrogen presentin the fuel.
Total moisture
equivalent to oxygen in theultimate analysis.

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