A Preliminary Comparison of Coal Classification and Processing between Canada and China
This paper compares the systems of coal classification described under American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards used in Canada to standards used in China. A preliminary connection of metallurgical coal classes was set up between the two classifications. The paper also compares caking properties commonly used in each country, as well as a brief discussion of metallurgical coal processing strategy and typical coking coal product qualities.
WARNING: This paper was published in "Proceedings 2012 – 44th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Mineral Processors" of which the copyrights are owned by the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM). Electronic and hard copies of the proceedings can be ordered at www.cmpsoc.ca/publications.cfm.
- Ting Lu, P. Eng. and Gerard Laman
- February 1, 2012
- 44th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Mineral Processors