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Incendivity of Some Coal-Cutter Materials by Impact-Abrasion in Air-Methane.

United States. Bureau of Mines.

Incendivity of Some Coal-Cutter Materials by Impact-Abrasion in Air-Methane.

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SeriesReport of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 7930
ContributionsBlickensderfer, R., Deardoff, D., Kelley, J.
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Incendivity of Some Coal-Cutter Materials by Impact-Abrasion in Air-Methane. by United States. Bureau of Mines. Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Blickensderfer, Robert. Incendivity of some coal-cutter materials by impact-abrasion in air-methane (OCoLC) Incendivity of some coal-cutter materials by impact-abrasion in air-methane / By Robert.

Blickensderfer, John E. Kelley, joint author. Donald K. Deardorff, Albany Metallurgy Research Center (U.S.) and United States. Bureau of Mines. Abstract. Identification of potential for methane ignition by rock friction in Australian coal mines Incendivity of some coal cutter materials by impact—abrasion in air–methane.

US Bureau of Mines Report of Investigations20 pp. Google by: A PH stainless steel was less incendive and appears to be the most promising high-strength steel alloy, reasonably economical, for use in coal-cutter bits.

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