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ANALYSIS OF ENUGU COAL

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ABSTRACT

The project Analysis of Enugu Coal was done to determine the characteristic properties of Enugu Coal with particular emphasis on the proximate and ultimate analysis.
Coal samples from the Enugu Coal (Onyeama) mine were obtained and pulverized.  The coal sample (pulverized) was subjected to proximate and ultimate analysis to determine its characteristic constituents.
Analysis showed a volatile matter content of 37.46 weight percent, 7.10% moisture content, 8.3% ash content and 47.14% fixed carbon for proximate.
And, the ultimate analysis showed a 5.2% hydrogen, 63.3% carbon, 0.79% sulphur, 0.8% nitrogen and 28.91% oxygen.
From this, it was reach that Enugu Coal is classified as sub bituminous and therefore is non-coking (low grade fuel).

TABLE OF CONTENT
Title page
Letter of transmittal
Approval page
Dedication
Acknowledgement
Abstract
Table of content

CHAPTER ONE
1.0    INTRODUCTION
1.1    Scope
1.2    Limitation

CHAPTER TWO
2.0     THEORY – ORGIN OF ENUGU COAL
2.1     Formation of coal
2.1.1  Carbonification
2.1.2  Types/kinds of coal
2.2.1  Peat
2.2.2  Lignite
2.2.3  Anthracite
2.2.4  Bituminous
2.2.5  Cannel coal
2.2.6  Sub bituminous
2.3.1  Physical properties of coal
2.3.1.1Density
2.3.1.2Porosity
2.3.1.3Strength
2.3.1.4Reflectance
2.3.1.5Caving and coking properties
2.3.1.6Calorific value
2.4      Characterization of coal
2.4.1.1Moisture
2.4.1.2Volatile matter 
2.4.1.3Mineral matter and ash
2.4.1.4Fixed carbon
2.5      Composition of coal
2.6      Uses of coal
2.7      Coal gasification 
2.8      Structure of Enugu coal
2.9      Classification of coal
2.9.1   Rank – peat, lignite, sub bituminous, anthracite
2.9.2   Ultimate analysis
2.9.3   Proximate analysis
2.10    Enugu coal availability
2.11    Its efficiencies
2.12    Disadvantages
2.13    Coal sampling

CHAPTER THREE
3.0      EXPERIMENTAL WORK & RESULT
3.1.1.1Moisture content
3.1.1.2Volatile matter content
3.1.1.3Ash content
3.1.1.4Fixed carbon content
3.1.2.1Carbon and hydrogen contents
3.1.2.2Nitrogen content
3.1.2.3Sulphur content
3.1.2.4Oxygen content
3.2      Results
CHAPTER FOUR
4.1     Discussion
4.2     Recommendation
4.3     Conclusion
          Reference
         Nomenclature
        Appendix

ANALYSIS OF ENUGU COAL

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Project ID CNG0224
Price ₦3,000 ($20)
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    Type Project
    Department Chemical Engineering
    Project ID CNG0224
    Price ₦3,000 ($20)
    No of Pages 84 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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