coal petrology

coal petrology

[′kōl pə′träl·ə·jē]
(geology)
The science that deals with the origin, history, occurrence, structure, chemical composition, and classification of coal.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Hower, "Studies of the relationship between coal petrology and grinding properties," International Journal of Coal Geology, vol.
Xu, "Measurement and test of seam electric parameter and study on relationship between seam electric parameter and coal petrology characteristics," Coal Science & Technology, vol.
Interrelationship of coal grinding properties and coal petrology. Minerals and Metallurgical Processing, 15: 1-16.
Liu, "Effects of igneous intrusions on coal petrology, pore-fracture and coalbed methane characteristics in Hongyang, Handan and Huaibei coalfields, North China," International Journal of Coal Geology, vol.
Among the topics are coal formation, coal petrology, resources and reserves, sampling and analysis, underground coal gasification, cleaning coarse and small and fine and ultrafine coal, solid-liquid separation technologies, coal preparation plant design worldwide and case studies illustrating economic impact, supply chain management for bulk materials in the coal industry, and transportation by rail and sea in the coal industry.
In Stach's textbook of coal petrology. 3rd Edition.
Key words: Arctic Canada, Axel Heiberg Island, Thule culture, coal artifacts, coal petrology, archaeology
Coal petrology - Its principles, methods and applications.
Volume 1 contains 19 chapters addressing coal formation, coal-mining techniques, and spontaneous combustion and coal petrology, for example, and a mix of technical issues and policy and environmental concerns.