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Quantifying emissions from spontaneous combustion, CCC/224

Spontaneous combustion can be a significant problem in the coal industry, not only due to the obvious safety hazard and the potential loss of valuable assets, but also with respect to the release of gaseous pollutants, especially CO2, from uncontrolled coal fires. This report reviews methodologies for measuring emissions from spontaneous combustion and discusses methods for quantifying, estimating and accounting for the purpose of preparing emission inventories.

 

Title: Quantifying emissions from spontaneous combustion, CCC/224
Author(s): Dr Lesley Sloss
Reference: CCC/224
ISBN: ISBN: 978-92-9029-544-0
Publication Date: 01/09/2013
Pages: 59
Figures: 14
Tables: 13

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