Advantages And Disadvantages Of Solid Fuels

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P atmosphere in equal proportion. We shall now proceed with the description more fuel. A brief description of natural fuel and manufactured in Table 3.1. Table 3.1: natural and synthetic fuel types Natural fuel manufactured fuel Solid fuels Wood coal shale oil Tanbark, bagasse, straw coal and coke Templates Liquid fuel Petroleum oils from the distillation of coal tar oil Alcohol shale oil, etc. Gaseous fuels Coal product hydrogen gas from natural gas, gas, water, acetylene gas explosion gas oil gas furnace 3.3 solid fuel and characteristics And solid fuels are classified mainly into two categories, namely natural gas, such as wood, coal, etc., and fuel manufacturers, such as coal, coke and briquettes, etc. (Table 3.1). Because of the advantages and disadvantages of various solid fuels below: Advantages (A) They are easy to transport. (B) They are convenient to store without any risk of spontaneous explosion. (C) The cost of production is low. (D) It possesses a moderate degree of ignition temperature. Defects (A) Ash high players. (B) Lost a large proportion of the heat. (C) They burn with the formation of clinker. (D) Combustion process can not be easily controlled. (E) High cost of treatment. 3.3.1 Woods and characteristics The most common solid fuel and can be easily obtained from wood. It is the oldest type of guy the fuel that has been used for centuries after the discovery of fire itself. In India, 39 Fuel types and characteristics Wood is used in almost every
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