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Coal Preparation Technology: Status and Development in China

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  • Xiahui Gui
  • Jiongtian Liu
  • Yijun Cao
  • Zhenyong Miao
  • Shulei Li
  • Yaowen Xing
  • Dapeng Wang

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The rapid growth of coal production is supporting China's economic development. This paper discusses significant developments of coal preparation industry in China. The development direction of low-quality coal resources is also described, including the comprehensive utilization of resources and green coal preparation. Coal preparation may shift from the simple separation and production of highquality products to a comprehensive utilization of associated resources and lowquality coal. Green coal preparation is a new concept and involves a highly efficient coal preparation method based on the water cycle and comprehensive utilization of resources. This paper also describes a technology that transforms coal (mineral) resources (including natural, secondary, and artificial resources) into useful products (including raw materials and fuel) by separation, extraction, and processing for an eco-friendly approach to using secondary resources.

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  • Xiahui Gui & Jiongtian Liu & Yijun Cao & Zhenyong Miao & Shulei Li & Yaowen Xing & Dapeng Wang, 2015. "Coal Preparation Technology: Status and Development in China," Energy & Environment, , vol. 26(6-7), pages 997-1013, November.
  • Handle: RePEc:sae:engenv:v:26:y:2015:i:6-7:p:997-1013
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    1. Dzonzi-Undi, Junice & Li, Shixiang, 2016. "Safety and environmental inputs investment effect analysis: Empirical study of selected coal mining firms in China," Resources Policy, Elsevier, vol. 47(C), pages 178-186.

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