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VMVirtual Memory
VMVoice Mail
VMVoice Message
VMVirtual Machine
VMVietnam (Socialist Republic of Vietnam)
VMVeronica Mars (television show)
VMVirgin Mobile
VMVeterinary Medicine
VMVirtual Museum
VMVisual Merchandising
VMViggo Mortensen (actor)
VMVolunteer Minister (Scientology)
VMValtiovarainministeriö (Finnish: Ministry of Finance;Helsinki)
VMVegetation Management
VMVersion Manager
VMVending Machine
VMVideo Monitor
VMVerification Model
VMVoltmeter
VMValue Management
VMVendor Management
VMVisual Media
VMView Mail (Emacs)
VMVehicle Maintenance
VMVocal Music
VMVagina Monologues
VMVastus Medialis (human muscle)
VMVocal Majority
VMVelocity Modulation
VMVolatile Matter
VMVirtual Manufacturing
VMVIBE Magazine
VMVaccinium Macrocarpon (American Cranberry)
VMValley Metro (AZ, public transit system)
VMVelocity Management
VMVelocity Meter
VMVentilation Mécanique (French: Mechanical Ventilation)
VMVirtual Manipulatives (mathematics education)
VMVoice Modulation
VMVertical Multiplier (NIOSH)
VMVariable Metric
VMVenturi Mask (oxygen delivery)
VMVecinos Mundiales (Spanish; World-wide Neighbors)
VMVisayas-Mindanao
VMVerifiable Multilateration (security mechanism)
VMVirtual Madness
VMVivamos Mejor (Let Us Live Better; Guatemalan agency)
VMVorigen Monats (German: last month)
VMVirus Manifesto (website)
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2] production upon increasing biomass content is due to the presence of higher volatile matter in biomass than in coal, which causes a reduction in gasification temperature thereby leading to a reduction in hydrogen production [14,22].
Mass loss (from the initial) up to a temperature of 105[degrees]C was attributed to water evaporation; mass loss at 600[degrees]C after holding for 7 minutes gave the volatile matter and mass of residue after complete oxidation was ash.
According to Table 1, the volatile matter content in coal samples is between 41.
Volatile matters in agricultural biomass ranged from 65 to 78%.
Standard procedures of ASTM [10] were applied for the collection of coal samples and the determination of the parameters such as moisture content, ash, volatile matter, fix carbon, sulfur and gross calorific value.
The moisture and volatile matter content was determined according to ISO: 662: 1998 as follows [15].
Volatile matter was estimated from weight loss of biochar after combustion at 900[degrees]C for 6 min in a ceramic crucible (Zimmerman et al.
Volatile matter release and thin and thick char formation as a function of vitrinite content, coal rank, time and temperature devolatilization
The volatile matter will evaporate as well and reduce the thermal value by at least 10 per cent.
In the subsequent imperfect oxidation of the volatile matter, C[O.