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The strength of industrial cokes. 5. Influence of coke breeze in a coal charge on tensile strength of coke



The strength of industrial cokes. 5. Influence of coke breeze in a coal charge on tensile strength of coke



Fuel 54(3): 213-217




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DOI: 10.1016/0016-2361(75)90015-0


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