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calorific value

n.
The calories or thermal units contained in one unit of a substance and released when the substance is burned.

calorific value

n
(Units) the quantity of heat produced by the complete combustion of a given mass of a fuel, usually expressed in joules per kilogram

calorific value

The energy value of a food or fuel, given by the heat evolved when a unit amount (1 gram or 1 kg) is completely burnt in oxygen.
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Proximate analysis and calorific values of coal samples were carried out using reported protocols and trace metal analysis including Co, Cr, Ni, Pb, Zn, Cd and Cu was done by ICP employing standard procedures.
In addition, four samples with different calorific values sorted by density in a floatation tank were taken from the stopped conveyor belt of the beneficiation plant of the Estonia underground mine.
Conventional electronic Burner Management Systems are not well suited for the control of bio and off-gases where variable calorific values and availability are key characteristics.
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The calorific value of char resulting from aspen wood was 25.3 MJ/kg after 5 minutes of heating; after 10 min--30.8 MJ/kg; after 20, 30 and 45 minutes of heating, the calorific values were similar--33.7 MJ/kg, 33.7 MJ/kg and 33.8 MJ/kg, respectively.
This includes mixing of gases of different calorific values so as to get final calorific value of 2000 Kcal/NM3 which is the requirement of reheating furnaces for billets in Rolling Mills and also for the new steel melt shop.
Look out for free biscuits with your coffee-they may be free cost wise, but they do have some calorific values.
to activity data, net calorific values, emission factors, oxidation factors and conversion factors.
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A total of 124 oil shale samples were tested for calorific value. The data showed that the calorific values of samples were from 1.17 to 8.24 MJ/kg, with an average value of 3.82 MJ/kg, mainly between 3 and 6 MJ/kg.