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CHARSComprehensive Hospital Abstract Reporting System (Washington)
CHARSCustomer Hierarchy And Reporting System
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On Monday night the PCG officers succeeded in recovering 480 kilograms of high quality chars hidden in the mountains of Sardash, near the sea.
The effect of the catalytic and cracking of lignite pyrolysis char in tar is best when the heating rate, the pyrolysis temperature, the volatiles of pyrolysis char, particle size is in specific conditions.
12; 23m Sim to PS1,235; 20m Sim to PS1,175; 24m Char to PS1,150; 16m Char to PS1,150; 12m Char to PS1,010; 20m Lim to PS1,175; 17m Lim to PS1,100; 26m BB to PS1,100; 15m BB to PS940; 15m Stab to PS885.
19], This shows that the addition of TPU is able to promote char formation during the combustion of PP.
It was found that the fire protection and char structure of the coating was significantly improved by adding 7% EV (by mass) into the coating.
Arctic char exhibit several life-history types, the most common being lake-resident (freshwater) and anadromous, with spawning and overwintering usually occurring in lakes (Johnson, 1980; Tallman et al.
Although the book lacks portraits of the people who live on the chars, it remains the most detailed account of the subject--one that deserves further exploration.
A fracao carbonosa e oriunda de finos de coque, char e, em alguns casos, carvao nao reagido, sendo que o teor de carbono elementar pode atingir valores de ate 70%.
Keeping the above discussion, the present study has been undertaken with the following objectives: i) to determine the participation of char women in income generating activities for a sustainable livelihood, and ii) to determine the characteristics of char women and explore the relationship between the extent of participation in income generating activities for sustainable livelihood by char women and their selected characteristics.
More liquid and gaseous components will be released from the pinewood chips at a higher temperature, so highly carbonized chars are produced at higher temperatures.