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Abstract: In this study, the higher heating values (HHVs) of 26 lignite samples were calculated by using the proximate and elemental analyses data. The proximate analysis results such as volatile materials (VM), fixed carbon (FC) and HHV and the elemental analysis results such as carbon (C), hydrogen (H), oxygen (O), nitrogen (N) and sulfur (S) were determined for 26 lignite samples from different areas of Turkey. The lignite samples have been tested with particle size of 0-0.05 mm. The HHVs of 26 lignite samples obtain… Show more

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“…Similarly high correlations between random reflectance and the aforementioned parameters in low-rank coal have been demonstrated by Küçükbayraka et al [28], Demirbas [29], and Chehreh Chelgania et al [30], where the value of the correlation coefficient between random reflectance and gross calorific value recalculated to ash-free basis varies from 0.91 to 0.96, while for C daf it reaches 0.93.…”
Section: Gcv Maf [Mj/kg]mentioning
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“…Similarly high correlations between random reflectance and the aforementioned parameters in low-rank coal have been demonstrated by Küçükbayraka et al [28], Demirbas [29], and Chehreh Chelgania et al [30], where the value of the correlation coefficient between random reflectance and gross calorific value recalculated to ash-free basis varies from 0.91 to 0.96, while for C daf it reaches 0.93.…”
Section: Gcv Maf [Mj/kg]mentioning
“…where the constants have been determined for 1087 fuel data points [27][28][29][30][31][32][33][34][35][36][37]. Equation 10is in principle a modifier function and substituted into Equation 9 (Fig.…”
Section: Thermodynamic Derivation Of Heat Of Combustionmentioning
“…The experimental determination of combustion heats and elemental analyses requires special instrumentation such as calorimeter and elemental analyzer, whereas proximate analysis data can be obtained relatively easily using common laboratory equipment (Demirbas, 2008a(Demirbas, , 2008b(Demirbas, , 2008c(Demirbas, , 2009b(Demirbas, , 2009c.…”
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