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Coal slurry pipeline.

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce

Coal slurry pipeline.

Hearings, Eighty-seventh Congress, second session, April 18, May 1-4, and 21, 1962.

by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
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      LC ClassificationsHE199.5.C6 U6
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      Paginationiv, 246 p.
      Number of Pages246
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      Open LibraryOL5870333M
      LC Control Number62061829
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      6 Coal Slurry Pipelines for energy development difficult. Improving the process by which water-use priorities are established could therefore eliminate some of the confIict over slurry pipelines. Finally, other elements of the dispute over coal slurry pipelines reflect conflicting regional interests regarding coal development generally. Every Congress since has seen the introduction of bills to grant eminent domain to coal slurry pipelines - a right seen as necessary if railroads are not to block the pipelines. Edward Joseph Wasp Edward Joseph Wasp died peacefully in San Rafael, California on Aug He was He was born in the Bronx in New York City on June 6, , one of seven.


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Details of the line and statistics of its performance are presented. The political pressures that have so far prevented the construction of. This Code also prescribes requirements for the design, materials, construction, assembly, inspection, testing, Coal slurry pipeline. book, and maintenance of piping transporting aqueous slurries of nonhazardous materials such as coal, mineral ores, concentrates, and other solid materials, between a slurry processing plant or terminal and a receiving plant or Price: $ The apecorg is your search engine for PDF files.

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Sedimentation in Coal-Water Slurry Pipelining. The modern stages of slurry pipeline technology dates back, more or less, [36] in this book).Author: Fabio Rosso. The steel pipeline had an inside diameter of inches, and was designed to carry tons of coal per hour.

The project cost was estimated in as around $10, Pitt-Consol was the largest coal company in the U.S. On 20 Febthere was a preliminary test on the coal slurry pipeline.

During the coal boom of the s, slurry pipelines were proposed as an alternative to rail transport. Coal would be crushed, then mixed with water to create a slurry and sent via pipeline to its destination, where the mixture was dried, then burned.

When in the pipeline, the slurry moved along at a leisurely four miles an hour. Slurry is a mixture of a solid and a liquid. The density of a slurry can be calculated as. ρ m = / [c w / ρ s + [ - c w] / ρ l] (1). where.

ρ m = density of slurry (lb/ft 3, kg/m 3). c w = concentration of solids by weight in the slurry (%). ρ s = density of the solids (lb/ft 3, kg/m 3). ρ l. Compared to other engineering technologies, the design of a commercial long distance Slurry Pipeline design is a relatively new engineering concept which gained more recognition in the mid ’s.

Slurry pipeline was first introduced to reduce cost in transporting coal to power generating units. Since then this technology has caught-upFile Size: KB. A Study of the Competitive and Economic Impact Associated with Coal Slurry Pipeline Implementation, General Research Corporation Report, December 3 A Technology Assessment of Coal Slurry Pipelines, Office of Technology Assessment, Congress of the United States, March 4 R.

Faddick and J. Gusek, `The environmental and pollution Cited by: 5. Coal slurry pipeline costs: interim report. [Gellman Research Associates.;] Home.

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Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. A slurry pipeline is a specially engineered pipeline used to move ores, such as coal or iron, or mining waste, called tailings, over long distances.A mixture of the ore concentrate and water, called slurry, is pumped to its destination and the water is filtered to the abrasive properties of slurry, the pipelines can be lined with high-density polyethylene (HDPE), or manufactured.

air velocity analysis average average total cost backfill bed load bends BHRA binder blower calculated capsule pipeline capsule velocity characteristics coal logs coal slurry coarse particles compressive strength cost curve decreases density developed diameter ratio dimensionless drag coefficient drag reduction economic effect energy.

The deaths and injuries for slurry pipeline transport have to be estimated from oil pipeline deaths and injuries, taking into account the man-hours required to operate a coal-slurry pipeline. It is regarded as an entirely occupational risk, as shown in Table Slurry pipelines with electrically powered pump stations – km apart are.

Coal Slurry Pipeline: GP Model 10/28/03 page 2 of 23 Certain solid materials (e.g., coal, wood pulp, mineral ore) can be transported in pipelines while suspended in fluids (e.g., water or crude oil).

The suspension is known as a slurry. Such a system is to be designed to transport coal from a mines to a File Size: KB.

Slurry pipelines use a slurry of water and pulverized coal. The ratio of coal to water is about 1 to 1 by weight. Coal log pipelines use coal that has been compressed into logs with a diameter 5 to 10% less than the diameter of the pipeline and a length about twice the diameter of the pipeline.

The ratio of coal to water is about 3 or 4 to 1. A coal slurry pipeline handles this problem by maintaining constant communica- tion with the power plant it feeds and can plan pumping with the aid of a computer prediction model. Throughput can be reduced by decreasing the concentration of coal, maintaining the design con- centration but interspersing it with slugs of water, (batching), or.

ETSI coal slurry pipeline proposal: a report on public involvement in identification of the issues by Energy Transportation System, Inc; United States. Bureau of Land : Abrasion-Resistant Pipe Handles Ash Slurry.

Steel piping systems are widely used at coal-fired power plants for a variety of purposes, including the conveying of coal ash slurry to nearby. Pipeline engineering has struggled to develop as a single field of study due to the wide range of industries and government organizations using different types of pipelines for all types of solids, liquids, and gases.

This fragmentation has impeded professional development, job mobility, technology transfer, the diffusion of knowledge, and the move5/5(2). Railroad opposition to competition from coal-slurry pipelines dominated the hearing, although other concerns focused on competition for construction capital, environmental impacts, and the economic impact of duplicating rail routes.

The 13 witnesses spoke for the coal, rail, and pipeline industries and for the Department of Interior. For several years Congress has debated the merits of giving coal slurry pipeline developers federal eminent domain power to acquire the right-of-way needed to construct their pipelines.

Several proposed pipeline systems, coupled with federal and state legislation proposals to allow eminent domain power for land acquisition, have generated considerable public ing to industry.

Coal Slurry Pipelines. The very first application for Red Valve Pinch Valves was on the world's first coal slurry pipeline. Today, more than 50 years later, coal handling remains a popular application for many Red Valve Pinch Valve products.

Crushed coal can be transferred by pipeline when water is added, creating a coal slurry. In coal mining: Slurry pipelines. Coal slurry is a mixture of crushed coal and a liquid such as water or oil. The traditional mixture, first patented in England inconsists of 50 percent coal and 50 percent water by weight.

So-called heavy coal slurries or slurry fuels consist of. Located in north-west Queensland, Century is Australia’s largest open-cut zinc mine.

A kilometre underground pipeline is used to transfer processed zinc and lead concentrates to Century’s port operation at Karumba for shipping. A single pump station at Lawn Hill pressurises the concentrate slurry, providing the driving force to propel the product over km through to Karumba.

New coal slurry pipeline proposals are raising major regional questions concerning water use priorities, Indian water rights, interstate cooperation and competition, and perhaps even the scale of. sion through the pipeline, and 3) dewatering the coal for use as a boiler fuel, for storage, or for transloading to another mode of transpor-tation.

These steps are diagramed in figure 2, and some characteristics of selected coal and other mineral slurry pipeline systems are presented in table 1. Slurry Preparation Coal is assembled from a mine.

COAL-SLURRY PIPELINE BILL IS SET BACK. Coal slurry pipelines are regarded by many as a particularly efficient method of transport. The. Mining & slurry Transportation via pipelines has a great economic advantage over railroad transport and much less noise disturbance to the environment, particularly when in remote areas.

However, the abrasive nature of the product can cause erosion within the pipeline, further increasing the risk of a. Said to be six times more efficient than ordinary freight trains, they can load, transport and unl tons of coal, never stopping., The proposed slurry pipelines — there are six in.

fects on society of coal slurry pipeline development, a comparison of pipeline and unit train costs, and an analysis of relevant legal and regulatory issues.

Findings address conditions under which slurry pipelines may be attractive in terms of cost and the influence of transportation regulatory policy. Also evaluated are the potential. says a coal slurry pipeline of 25 mty capacity could cause a temporary drop in railroad-hauled coal if the pipeline were on line bybut "positive coal traffic gains would still be made by the railroads by "16 Thus, "positive employment impacts"17 would occur after for both the railroad and the coal slurry pipeline.

Major findings include: (1) under certain conditions slurry pipelines are the least costly mode for transporting coal; (2) the current regulatory framework does not insure an optimal choice between rail and pipeline from a societal perspective; (3) the introduction of slurry pipelines is not likely to affect materially the rate of coal resource Author: Marvin C.

Ott. During its operation, the Black Mesa coal mine fed the Mohave Generating Station, a power plant in Laughlin, Nevada, via the mile long pipeline. Black Mesa coal slurry pipeline Peabody pumped over a billion gallons of water from the Black Mesa aquifer each year to make the coal slurry, resulting in a substantial loss of groundwater in Black.

Coal slurry consists of solid and liquid waste and is a by-product of the coal mining and preparation processes. It is a fine coal refuse and water.

Mining generates enormous amounts of solid waste in the form of rocks and dirt. This refuse is used to dam the opening of a hollow between adjacent mountains. After the dam is built, the void behind it is typically filled with millions of gallons.

The coal slurry - water used to wash newly mined coal and filled with potentially toxic heavy metals - came from a pipeline that runs from Murray Energy's Century Mine across Captina Creek to the company's Ohio Valley coal waste slurry impoundment, said Mike Shelton, a spokesman for the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.

The break occurred. The effects of coal slurry pipelines on water tables are known, and in all-white communities where such pipelines have been proposed, citizens have had enough political voice to defeat them.

The larger truth about the Black Mesa pipeline must include the fact that it was built in part as an experiment–to test and improve technology primarily. A new type of HCP being developed is coal-log pipeline (CLP), which transports compressed coal logs. The system eliminates the use of capsules to enclose coal and the need for having a separate pipeline to return empty capsules.

Compared with a coal-slurry pipeline of the same diameter, CLP can transport more coal using less water. In addition to rail, truck, and water transportation of coal, other modes now in use are coal slurry pipelines and high-voltage electrical energy transmission froir mine-mouth power plants.

When coal gasification or liquefaction achieves commercial status, the gas or liquid coal products will move to market by pipeline. Two coal slurry spills that blackened a Belmont County stream in and will cost the Ohio Valley Coal Co.

more than $7 million in a plea agreement. The mining company spent at .Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF.Coal, a primary energy source, is presently fueling the fires of debate in Virginia.

The controversy has arisen over a plan developed by private investors to construct a coal slurry pipeline. The pipeline, as proposed, would transport between five and twenty-five million tons of coal annually from southwest Virginia to the Tidewater area.

The coal would be pulverized and combined in a fifty Author: Mary Kathleen Martin, Laurie L. Riddles.