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solid fuel

A combustible substance such as wood, paper, coal, or biomass. Burning these fuels to release heat has been associated with an increase in respiratory diseases and a reduction in childhood growth, esp. when the solid fuels are burned indoors.
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It shall apply from 1 January 2018 for non-flueless local space heaters using solid fuels or those open to chimney heaters using solid fuels.
Delivery of coal and coal-based solid fuel use, sale and repair of Budapest Regional Center - East catchment area, a total of 750 tons and the Public Procurement Act Part 2.
more than half a million low-income residents are likely being exposed to dangerous household air pollution due to burning solid fuels indoors, according to a recent study.
ClearSign's goal is to employ its proprietary techniques for applying high voltage electrostatic charges to flames to deliver retrofit solutions and new designs that it believes may substantially improve both the environmental performance and operating economics of industrial and utility scale combustion systems that use solid fuels as their primary feedstock.
An analysis of the test data showed that replacing coal with this solid fuel could reduce fossil energy use by approximately six percent annually at the cement kiln--equal to the amount of coal needed to provide electricity to 1500 homes for a year.
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What was done in there pertained to solid fuel for satellite carriers and not defensive (military) missiles," Jafari added.
So far all of Russia's recent ICBM projects, both sea-launched (Bulava) and ground-based (Topol-M, Yars), have been solid fuel.
Typical solid fuel cook stoves convert six percent to 20 percent of the fuel carbon to toxic elements.
The officials told the Times they had no idea what caused the devastating explosion, but it was likely connected with the solid fuel being worked on at the base.