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Bituminous Coal Composition From Australia

Oct 01 2000 It is clear that Australia will be able to produce coals with the required ash characteristics for the IGCC coal market either directly or by coal blending. Nevertheless high ash flow temperatures consequent flux requirements and some slag crystallisation limitations were identified as the main areas of concern for Australian bituminous coals

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