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We are using residual commercial waste which has a higher calorific value and lower moisture content than municipal waste.
The higher calorific value of coal shows that it will release more heat during combustion than the pennisetum purpureum while on the other hand pennisetum purpureum ignites easily and burns faster than coal because of their higher volatile matter.
Discussion To obtain a higher calorific value for oil shale as fuel we have to use selective mining in oil shale mining fields.
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.
In Costa Rica, research at the government level has been limited to using coffee as an alternate fuel source for industry, particularly in the areas of cement and glassmaking 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.
The higher calorific value of natural gas, with 43% fewer CO2 emissions per MegaWatt Hour (MWh) relative to coal, and the improved efficiency of natural gas combined cycle power plants have been the major drivers of the growth of natural gas fired power generation in the US.
In order to mitigate shortage of coal, Power Utilities have been advised to import 46 MT coal (equivalent to 69 MT of domestic coal in view of higher calorific value of imported coal).