Excerpt from Stockpiling Illinois Coal for Coke
A critical study of the weathering tests made it apparent that the production of unsatisfactory coke was related closely to reduction in fluidity of the coal blend being coked. It occurred to us that if Illinois coal were to be blended with coals of higher fluidity than the Pocahontas. No. 3, the blend might retain sufficient fluidity to produce good coke even after the Illinois coal had started to weather.
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