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reduction of water use in coal processing

reduction of water use in coal processing

Gulin provide the reduction of water use in coal processing solution coal mill of the coal water slurry coal processing plant O Savings in operation of coal mill rejects from 0.35 to 0.031%, O

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Quantification of the water-use reduction associated

2019-12-4  Upstream processes made up a much smaller portion to TWWs (from 4% to 5% for both coal and natural gas). For every MWh of electricity generated in 2016, the conversion to natural gas from coal results in a reduction of 1.05 m 3 for water consumption and 38.98 m 3 for water withdrawal. 3.4.

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2.3. Coal to Liquids and Water Use netl.doe.gov

2021-7-6  Therefore, substantial reduction is possible in the area of highest water use, translating into significant impact overall. Process Cooling Water Management Much of the United States’ domestic coal, especially low-rank coals and low-sulfur sub-bituminous coal, is located in the arid West where water resources are already strained. This makes the prospect of large-scale coal to liquid fuels conversion all the more challenging from a water usage

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Reducing Water Use in Food Processing Oklahoma

2016-10-1  Recirculate Utilities. Steam and water used for heating and cooling are common in the food industry. To reduce water consumption, utilities can be recirculated instead of used once and discarded to the drain. For example, cooling water can be recovered, passed through a cooling

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ITP Mining: Water Use in Industries of the Future: Mining

2012-11-14  Water use in coal mining varies according to the method of mining, the equipment used, and the availability of water. Underground coal mines in West Virginia rely on the use of water for cooling the cutting surfaces of mining machinery and for inhibiting friction-induced ignition of coal fines or gas. Surface mines in the Western United States do not use water in actual mining, but they do suppress dust on haul roads with water

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Life cycle water use of coal- and natural-gas-fired

2016-1-1  As discussed in Section 2.2.1, the water use factors (gal/ton or gal/MMscf) are derived from the water use intensities in gallons of water per MWh based on the common harmonization metrics reported by Meldrum et al. (2013): the assumed net plant efficiency is 35.4% for PC plants and 51% for NGCC plants, while the assumed fuel heating value is 21 MMBtu/ton for coal and 1031 MMBtu/MMscf

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5 Ways to Reduce Water Use in Your Food Processing

2018-6-7  Reducing water usage in processing and cleaning areas can be more challenging, so the low-hanging fruit is really found in areas of the plant such as restrooms, kitchens and break rooms. Just by switching to low-flow sinks, toilets and dishwashers in these employee welfare areas, you can reduce your plant’s overall water usage by upwards of 30 percent .

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Water in Mining Metallurgist & Mineral Processing

2020-12-23  For coal mining, water jets are used to break up a coal scam or to wash away sediments along the scam. Similarly, water is often used to wash the coal free of impurities and sulfur as part of the processing of the coal.

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ITP Mining: Water Use in Industries of the Future: Mining

2012-11-14  States, more coal is strip mined. Water use in coal mining varies according to the method of mining, the equipment used, and the availability of water. Underground coal mines in West Virginia rely on the use of water for cooling the cutting surfaces of mining ma­ chinery and for inhibiting friction-induced ig­ nition of coal fines or gas.

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2.1. Water Usage in Coal to Power Applications

2021-7-7  Raw water use in IGCC plants is lower than in pulverized coal plants. Without CCS, PC plants have a much higher steam turbine output, requiring more cooling water and condenser duties (typical raw water use ratio of 1.7:1.0). With carbon capture, the difference in water use is even more dramatic (2.5:1.0), as the chemical absorption process for

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LETTER OPEN ACCESS Quantification of the water-use

Quantification of the water-use reduction associated with the transition from coal to natural gas in the US electricity sector To cite this article: Andrew J Kondash et al 2019 Environ. Res. Lett. 14 124028 View the article online for updates and enhancements. Recent citations The water-energy nexus in the Middle East: Infrastructure

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Life cycle water use of coal- and natural-gas-fired

2016-1-1  Comparative life cycle water use assessments are conducted for coal- and natural-gas-fired power plants with and without CCS. • The power plant operation dominates the life cycle water use for both types of power plants. • Compliance with the CO 2 emission performance standards via CCS would increase the life cycle water use for coal-fired

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Quantification of the water-use reduction associated

The transition from coal to natural gas and renewables in the electricity sector and the rise of unconventional shale gas extraction are likely to affect water usage throughout the US. While new natural-gas power plants use less water than coal-fired power plants, shale gas extraction through hydraulic fracturing has increased water utilization and intensity.

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5 Ways to Reduce Water Use in Your Food Processing

2018-6-7  The easiest way to reduce water consumption in your facility is to use low-flow fixtures in employee welfare spaces. Reducing water usage in processing and cleaning areas can be more challenging, so the low-hanging fruit is really found in areas of

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Water in Mining Metallurgist & Mineral Processing

2020-12-23  Water use in coal mining and other soft-rock mining (e.g., salts, oil sands) is very different than its use in hard-rock mining. Water is often used to aid in extraction of suit-rock mining. For coal mining, water jets are used to break up a coal scam or to wash away sediments along the scam.

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Air quality–carbon–water synergies and trade-offs in

2018-9-14  The spatial distribution of reduced emissions and water consumption due to avoided upstream coal processes are identified according to where end-use coal reduction

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Industrial Reducing water use in Þsh and seafood

2016-2-6  As a result of the interventions, the water use in the anchovy processing line was reduced by 72.6% and the overall factory water use was reduced by 45% (from 64.1 m 3 per tonne product to 35.3m per tonne product). 140kg/month of Þsh oil recovered reducing the organic load of the wastewater leaving the plant by 47.3mg/L.

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Surface properties of coal fines in water. 1

2021-6-30  @article{osti_6421271, title = {Surface properties of coal fines in water. 1. Electrokinetics and surfactant adsorption}, author = {Ayub, A L and Al Taweel, A M and Kwak, J C.T.}, abstractNote = {The adsorption of phenol, p-nitrophenol, the nonionic surfactant Triton X-100 (a commercial mixture of octylphenol poly ethoxylates) and the cationic surfactant dodecyltrimethyl ammonium bromide (DTAB

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2.1. Water Usage in Coal to Power Applications

2021-7-7  Raw water use in IGCC plants is lower than in pulverized coal plants. Without CCS, PC plants have a much higher steam turbine output, requiring more cooling water and condenser duties (typical raw water use ratio of 1.7:1.0). With carbon capture, the difference in water use is even more dramatic (2.5:1.0), as the chemical absorption process for

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LETTER OPEN ACCESS Quantification of the water-use

Quantification of the water-use reduction associated with the transition from coal to natural gas in the US electricity sector To cite this article: Andrew J Kondash et al 2019 Environ. Res. Lett. 14 124028 View the article online for updates and enhancements. Recent citations The water-energy nexus in the Middle East: Infrastructure

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Strategies for Managing Environmental Problems and

2009-11-1  water regime is essential for effective and sustainable water management. The reduction of discharges of pollutants into Water management in the coal mining region Lausitz, Germany between politics, economy and society, regarding the various aspects of water use

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Quantification of the water-use reduction associated

The transition from coal to natural gas and renewables in the electricity sector and the rise of unconventional shale gas extraction are likely to affect water usage throughout the US. While new natural-gas power plants use less water than coal-fired power plants, shale gas extraction through hydraulic fracturing has increased water utilization and intensity.

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Air quality–carbon–water synergies and trade-offs in

2018-9-14  The spatial distribution of reduced emissions and water consumption due to avoided upstream coal processes are identified according to where end-use coal reduction

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Industrial Reducing water use in Þsh and seafood

2016-2-6  As a result of the interventions, the water use in the anchovy processing line was reduced by 72.6% and the overall factory water use was reduced by 45% (from 64.1 m 3 per tonne product to 35.3m per tonne product). 140kg/month of Þsh oil recovered reducing the organic load of the wastewater leaving the plant by 47.3mg/L.

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Surface properties of coal fines in water. 1

2021-6-30  @article{osti_6421271, title = {Surface properties of coal fines in water. 1. Electrokinetics and surfactant adsorption}, author = {Ayub, A L and Al Taweel, A M and Kwak, J C.T.}, abstractNote = {The adsorption of phenol, p-nitrophenol, the nonionic surfactant Triton X-100 (a commercial mixture of octylphenol poly ethoxylates) and the cationic surfactant dodecyltrimethyl ammonium bromide (DTAB

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Interparticle Interactions in Highly Concentrated Coal

2015-5-18  Coal/petcoke–water slurry viscosity is affected by interparticle interactions of the solids in water, which, in turn, is governed by the surface chemistry of the solids. To determine interparticle interactions of these carbonaceous solids in water, interfacial energies were determined on the basis of surface chemistries characterized by contact angle and ζ potential measurements.

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PROCESSING OF HARD COAL FINES BY BINDER

2021-1-4  PROCESSING OF HARD COAL FINES BY BINDER BRIQUETTING FOR USE IN SMELTING REDUCTION PROCESSES *R. Lohmeier1, H.-W. Schröder1, H. Heckmann2, J.-U. Repke1 1 TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Institute of Thermal, Environmental and Natural Products Process Engineering, Leipziger Straße 28, 09596 Freiberg, Germany

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Mine Services Water Introduction underground

A supply of potable water is always required at the work places, but this can be covered by the use of containers if the piped supply is not suitable. In some mines there is an underground source of suitable water available, but it is rare for such a source to be easily used directly.

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