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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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ASTM-D3174 standard was followed to determine the ash content of each coal sample [16].
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It is observed from the fitting results shown in Figure 2(a) that the specific gravity of stabilized soil samples decreases almost linearly with increasing of fly ash content. In contrast, the specific gravity of stabilized soil specimens increases almost linearly with the increase of sand content.
Therefore, fresh and hardened mortar properties are analyzed adding 5% lime into the cement with 35% fly ash content.
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The ash content, which include heavy metals, found in the samples were above permissible limits for human consumption," district food quality chief DP Singh told dpa by phone.
Ash content: Two to three grams of sample was taken into a pre-weighed crucible.