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Volume 305, 20209th International Symposium on Occupational Health and Safety (SESAM 2019)
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Proposals on establishing a methodology for the systematic analysis of energy coal mixtures in judicial practice
University of Petrosani, Faculty of Mining Engineering, Department of Environmental Engineering and Geology, Universitatii street, No. 20, 332006, Romania
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There are several situations in which it is necessary to clarify the types of coal that enter into the composition of mixtures: technical expertise and/or establishing the nature of some coal wastes, often from old stockpiles, in order to eliminate them. The proposed method is based on the identification and description of those mineralogical-petrographic and physico-chemical properties whose pursuit can lead to a diagnosis in differentiation of coal types. Systematic analysis involves in the first stage the identification of the different types of coal present in the sample by mineralogical analysis. From the sample subjected to mineralogical analysis, granules are extracted from the different types of coal present in the sample and the characteristics defining them are determined: moisture and hygroscopic moisture content, volatile matter content, fixed carbon content, agglutination characteristics, etc. Further, the characteristics of the mixtures are determined on another part of the sample and their structure is determined by algebraic methods.
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