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Composite Сarbonaceous Сoal-Water Suspensions

— Authors: Olena Svietkina, Kostiantyn Bas, Sergiy Boruk, Roman Klishchenko, Oleksandr Yehurnov, Jamil Haddad, Olha Khodos —

Link: Composite Сarbonaceous Сoal-Water Suspensions | Scientific.Net

In Ukraine, up to 75% of all electricity is supplied by thermal power plants, the main type of fuel for which is coal, which leads to the release of ash and slag waste at power plants in huge quantities. Every 10 years (according to statistical data) the amount of ash and slag produced at thermal power plants doubles. The use and creation of new modified consumers of coal-water fuel (CWF) and coal-water suspensions (CWS) occurs periodically. The ease of handling suspensions is captivating: in the energy sector, they can serve as the basis for the effective disposal of numerous accumulated wastes from coal preparation and oil refining, a significant reduction in the consumption of minerals for generating heat and electric energy, and minimizing the effect of heat power engineering on public health and the state of nature.