Reports, studies, information booklets, magazines and other publications from the EU institutions and other bodies
Interesting study and research reports:
ACCCI was formed in 1944 by companies interested in establishing a forum to discuss and act upon issues of common concern to the metallurgical coke and coal chemicals industry. Today, ACCCI members represent over 95% of the metallurgical coke produced in the U.S. and Canada, including both merchant coke producers and integrated steel companies with coke production capacity, and 100% of companies producing coal chemicals in the U.S. and Canada. Nearly 150 representatives from about 45 companies contribute their knowledge and expertise to enhance the effectiveness of the Institute’s programs.
This post has been published on the raccomandation of Cam Howey (Canada) for the interesting links and researches in the coal and coke field.
Research Supporting Cleaner Coal Use
While the following links provide a listing of all Centre reports to date it should also be noted that much of the Centre’s research is also published in the learned academic journals and at relevant conferences.
The Czech Cokemaking Society was established in 1993 to associate professionals whose work is related to coke and by-product production:fundamental objective is to create a forum where people could exchange opinions and ideas, and together with presenting the most recent knowledge, to be helpful in searching for solutions of the problems outlined above.
Publications regarding new coke oven projects and technologies:
– Technological developments for improvement of the environmental performance of conventional coke plants
– Considerations and advantages to build large capacity coke ovens from economical, ecological, and technical point of view.
– EnviBAT Pressure Regulation System for reduction of coke oven emissions”, covering single oven pressure regulation system for coke ovens .
The “Schwelgern Story”
The successful construction of a coking plantwith the world’s largest coke oven batteries.
Number of ovens: n. 2 batteries of 70 ovens each
– Length 20.80 m(hot)
– Height 8.34 m
– Width 0.59 m
♦The Association for Iron & Steel Technology (AIST) is a non-profit organization for technical development, production, processing and application of iron and steel.