Technology and use of lignite. Proceedings: Bureau of Mines-University of North Dakota Symposium, Grand Forks, North Dakota, May 1-2, 1969.
Grand Forks, ND: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, IC 8471, 1970 Jan; :1-174
Cosponsored by the University of North Dakota and the department of the interior, Bureau of Mines, the meeting was the fifth in this series. Registrants from many states and Canadian provinces attended the meeting representing many energy-oriented companies, state and federal governments, and universities. At 2-year intervals, these symposia provide a common meeting place where recent research and developments in technology and utilization of energy resources with emphasis on solid fuels (lignite) are presented. Proceedings of the previous symposia including a forum held in 1958 have been published. Fifteen technical presentations were made including papers on electrical power generation, combustion, lignite ash deposition, handling, utilization and analysis, mining, spoil bank rehabilitation, carbonization, oil shale, and relationship of coal, gas, and oil to the total energy concept. (Out of print.)
Grand Forks, ND: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, IC 8471