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Competitiveness of peat briquets compared with other types of solid communal household fuel

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Abstract

Approximately 20% solid, boiler furnace fuel, the greater part of which is coal, is presently used in communal-househould sector of the national economy of the country. However, the limited quantity of high grade coal, which leads to deliveries of coal with an increased fines content to the communal and domestic sector, as well as a significant sulfur content in it (3-6%) justified an examination of the conditions in which the portion of the demand for communal and domestic needs can be increased, primarily in the European part of the USSR, in the peat briquets. Both the low content of sulfur in them (approximately 0.3%), as well as the high useful utilization factor of the briquets with burning (approximately 81.7%) speak in favor of an expansion in the use of peat briquets. An important feature in increasing the competitiveness of the peat briquets is a reduction in the cost of their production. So that the peat briquets could compare in realization conditions with, for instance, Donetsk coal, the coast of 1 t of briquets at peat briquet factories must not exceed 11 ruble, 32 kopeks. The Moscow branch of VNIITP is developing an economic and mathematical model of the distribution of  More>>
Publication Date:
Jan 01, 1979
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
EDB-83-091678
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Torf. Prom-st.; (USSR); Journal Volume: 10
Subject:
01 COAL, LIGNITE, AND PEAT; COAL; COMPARATIVE EVALUATIONS; PEAT; COMBUSTION; BRIQUETS; BRIQUETTING; COST; DISTRIBUTION; MATHEMATICAL MODELS; PRODUCTION; SULFUR CONTENT; CARBONACEOUS MATERIALS; CHEMICAL REACTIONS; ENERGY SOURCES; FABRICATION; FOSSIL FUELS; FUELS; MATERIALS; MOLDING; ORGANIC MATTER; OXIDATION; SOLID FUELS; THERMOCHEMICAL PROCESSES; 015000* - Coal, Lignite, & Peat- Economic, Industrial, & Business Aspects
OSTI ID:
6292990
Country of Origin:
USSR
Language:
Russian
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Journal ID: CODEN: TORPA
Submitting Site:
HEDB
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Pages: 22-24
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Dem'yanov, Ye S, and Dayen, Ye I. Competitiveness of peat briquets compared with other types of solid communal household fuel. USSR: N. p., 1979. Web.
Dem'yanov, Ye S, & Dayen, Ye I. Competitiveness of peat briquets compared with other types of solid communal household fuel. USSR.
Dem'yanov, Ye S, and Dayen, Ye I. 1979. "Competitiveness of peat briquets compared with other types of solid communal household fuel." USSR.
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title = {Competitiveness of peat briquets compared with other types of solid communal household fuel}
author = {Dem'yanov, Ye S, and Dayen, Ye I}
abstractNote = {Approximately 20% solid, boiler furnace fuel, the greater part of which is coal, is presently used in communal-househould sector of the national economy of the country. However, the limited quantity of high grade coal, which leads to deliveries of coal with an increased fines content to the communal and domestic sector, as well as a significant sulfur content in it (3-6%) justified an examination of the conditions in which the portion of the demand for communal and domestic needs can be increased, primarily in the European part of the USSR, in the peat briquets. Both the low content of sulfur in them (approximately 0.3%), as well as the high useful utilization factor of the briquets with burning (approximately 81.7%) speak in favor of an expansion in the use of peat briquets. An important feature in increasing the competitiveness of the peat briquets is a reduction in the cost of their production. So that the peat briquets could compare in realization conditions with, for instance, Donetsk coal, the coast of 1 t of briquets at peat briquet factories must not exceed 11 ruble, 32 kopeks. The Moscow branch of VNIITP is developing an economic and mathematical model of the distribution of solid fuel to communal domestic needs in a region of the country. The model is designed for computer calculation of the optimal variants of providing the population with fuel which makes it possible to reduce expenditures on transport, to reduce the costs of domestic organizations and to increase profits, depending on the optimization criterion used.}
journal = {Torf. Prom-st.; (USSR)}
volume = {10}
journal type = {AC}
place = {USSR}
year = {1979}
month = {Jan}
}