ash content

ash content

[′ash ′kän‚tent]
(materials)
The mass of incombustible material remaining after burning a given coal sample as a percentage of the original mass of the coal.
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The amount of the air-entraining agent admixture required to obtain the target air percentage in a concrete mix increases with the increase in the fly ash content in the mix, say Chaitanya Paleti, graduate student, and Jan Olek, professor, School of Civil Engineering, Purdue University, and Tommy E.
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The water hyacinth activated carbons were analysed for pH, particle size distribution, iodine number (surface area), ash content, moisture content, abrasion resistance, surface charge, bulk density and tamped density using standard procedures.
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Puebla state civil defence director Jesus Morales told a local television station that although the cloud had a high ash content, it did not represent any risk.
Abstract: Studies were carried out on seventeen samples of Romanian wheat flour to assess the relationship between viscoelastic parameters specific to the Alveograph method and flour analytical parameters (moisture content, wet gluten content, gluten deformation index, ash content, falling number index).
The determination of moisture content (105[degrees]C/12hrs), ash content (550[degrees]C/5hrs), crude fat in soxhlet apparatus (solvent ether), crude protein by nitrogen determination using Kjeldhal's method (N x 5.
High ash content of the fibre material (paper and carton) that was added to RDF increases ash content of the mixed briquettes up to 36% (sample 2).
Industry sources disclose that BHEL boilers are better suited for the Indian coal, which has very high ash content.
It has been observed that compressive strength decreased with increased addition of fly ash content.