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Therefore, in estimating the efficiency of the same boiler, and under the same operating conditions but using the fuel higher calorific value it becomes equal not to 91-92% but to 78-80%, while the waste heat losses increase from 7-8% to [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], most of which, namely about [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] can really and cost effectively be used for heating needs.
The possibility of burning coal with higher calorific value than expected,
This has to do with the higher calorific value -- or energy content -- of natural gas.
It also has a higher calorific value than the gas product obtained with other gasification methods.
A comparison of the 2009 data to the originally reported historic data shows the following: Higher calorific values (4,000 - 5,400 kCal/kg vs.
According to environmentalists, white coal is the future fuel as it has very low-level of carbon emission and has higher calorific value compared to regular fuels.
103, hence it's a powerful fuel with higher calorific value than that of other fuels.
Icafe's Zamora said coffee burning experiments show the beans burn hotter and have a higher calorific value than wood and a host of other traditional fuels used in industry.