Reverse Combustion Oil-Shale Retorting

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245 10|aReverse Combustion Oil-Shale Retorting
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100 1 |aIrven A. Jacobson, Jr. and Leroy Dockter |ecreator
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520 |aOil shale was retorted in a laboratory retort with the flame front and gas flow moving concurrently and counter currently. Results indicate counter current flow produced a lower oil yield and a higher heating value of the retort gas than concurrent flow. Energy recovery from the oil shale was essentially the same when the retorting was done with either concurrent or counter current flame and gas movement. Laboratory results are compared with large scale retorts operated under similar conditions.
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650 1 |aWestern Research Institute, Coal Gasification Collection
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540 |aUniversity of Wyoming, Western Research institute for Digital Rights - You may use the digital images and catalog records found on this website for your private study, scholarship or research. Some of the images from the University of Wyoming Libraries are in the public domain.
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