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Steers: 12m Char to PS950; 18m Char to PS1,265; 24m Char to PS1,360; 12m Lim to PS900; 18m Lim to PS1,280; 24m Lim to PS1,260; 12m BB to PS890; 18m BB to PS1,180; 24m BB to PS1,370; 18m Sim to PS1,190; 24m Sim to PS1,12; 18m Hfd to PS1,000; 24m Hfd to PS1,200; 12m Fries to PS585; 18m Fries to PS790; 24m Fries to PS1,000; 12m AA to PS750; 18m AA to PS955; 24m AA to PS1,230; 24m WB to PS890; 12m Sal to PS940; 18m Sal to PS1,185; 24m Sal to PS1,130.
Both the economical is great and energy utilization can be improved by using the pyrolysis char in the process of tar catalytic pyrolysis.
For whisky lovers a special night at Char Mausum will be an absolute must.
To elucidate how the formation of chars affected the combustion of the flame-retardant PP composites, the residue left at 600[degrees] C after 5 min in muffle furnace are examined for change in char appearance with the aid of a camera.
22) These heat-resistant components can improve the thermal stability of the coating and enhance antioxidation of the char layer at high temperatures.
The precise location of spawning areas used by Hornaday char have not been described, mainly because the river is inaccessible to fishers in September, when the char spawn (Johnson, 1980).
On the other hand, the devolatilization temperature affects the formation of different char morphology from coals concentrated in vitrinite.
During transformation of wood into char and combustible gas, products of pyrolysis are substantially dependent on wood density.
The lake is a Site of Special Scientific Interest because of the presence of the rare Arctic char (torgoch) fish, which dates back to prehistoric times.
O principal problema associado a utilizacao de altas taxas de PCI e a geracao de char (carvao incombusto) na zona de combustao.
Char: Char is a tract of land surrounded by waters of an ocean, sea, lake or stream or pieces of land resulting from the accretion of silt in river channels.