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briquette

[bri′ket]
(materials)

briquette, briquet

A molded specimen of mortar with enlarged extremities and reduced center having a cross section of definite area, used for the measurement of tensile strength of mortar.briquette, briquet. A molded specimen of mortar with enlarged extremities and reduced center having a cross section of definite area, used for the measurement of tensile strength of mortar.
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Current projections include the sale of pellets & briquettes through commodities trading or directly through PGI Energy Trading, Inc.
Produces flat-sided briquettes for stacking, though the shape dies can be configured into cylindrical briquettes
We are excited about the future of this proposed venture and believe the transformation of low rank high moisture coal into higher energy briquettes has potential to create significant value.
The new TH 70 K briquetting presses produce briquettes with a consistent external dimension of 70mm x 70mm and lengths of up to 100mm.
This correlates closely with the 14-22% in crease in free C available in the briquettes (see Table 4, fourth column).
The Tarahan factory originally produced briquette from charcoal with Spanish technology before it was modified and developed into a coal briquette fact in 1996.
Mr Devries explains, "in this manner additions of coolant and water from the briquettes will be compensated for automatically and running at the optimal level.
Following upgrading of bulk quantities of this coal at GTLE's North Dakota plant and completion of briquette testing, GTLE and SENZ announced the signing of a license agreement and contracts in June 2011 for the design and construction of the Mataura processing plant.
High energy briquettes will be sold into the domestic New Zealand coal market and be used in export market trials.
In this respect PBI is currently in negotiations with several potential buyers in Europe, the United Kingdom, the United States and Asia for its proposed briquette product.
foundry consumption of silicon carbide, both as a grain in electric furnace melting and as a briquette product in cupola melting, is roughly 150,000 tons per year.
The char produced has a high heating value with market applications in heat generation as well as briquette manufacturing.