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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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Many believe that if home owners could bear the hassle of lighting a briquette, in specific smokeless stoves with exhaust pipes, they would not only get comparatively clean fuel with minimal health hazards but the shift would also result in lowering the skyrocketing prices of LPG.
The briquettes will be sold to biomass plants, coal burning facilities and cement kilns, Camara said.
8) for all test and commercially available briquette samples were obtained by burning a unit quantity of fuel in laboratory furnace at 800degC and noting the time when the combustion reaction first started.
It is very important that the same briquetting (in case it is too hot, a briquette is blown by rapidly evaporating water of a very low quality) parameters used for the energy generating during the combustion;
Compacting process of the plastic and municipal waste into the briquette is not as simple as it is in the case of briquetting of biomass waste, because municipal waste (plastics, textiles, etc.
Recently, researches showed that blending of coal and biomass will give rise to a briquette with better combustion properties and environmentally friendly.
The rating is underpinned by the company's standing in Ukraine's sector of coal and coke briquettes.
This is a pre-charge chamber fed by the auger that helps eliminate possible air pockets and gaps and assures that maximum chip volume and density will be achieved during the second, briquette compacting stage.
However, about 82% of charcoal used in the UK comes from overseas mainly in briquette form.
Firefighters were attacking the blaze by using forklifts to break apart smoldering piles of briquettes, Walker said.
A heated tunnel surface melts only the outer 1 mm of the briquette to impart a smooth finish and help hold it together.
Expanding into overseas trade has enabled the business to pre-sell its entire 2005 briquette production.