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Peat has traditionally been used for a number of purposes. In European countries, including Ireland, Finland, and the Netherlands, peat was extracted to be used as a fuel source to heat homes. Peat was never a major source of fuel in North America. Instead, it is used in horticultural composts and starter soils. Book/Printed Material Facts about peat, peat fuel and peat coke; Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Also available in digital form on the Internet Archive Web site. Also available in digital form on the Internet Archive Web site.
The black peat found deeper in the bogs is sometimes used as fertilizer because it contains nitrogen. Several processes have been invented for the carbonization of peat and the recovery of coke and gases. The chief use of peat, however, is as a fuel in regions where coal is not readily available. ×. Facts about Peat as an Article of Fuel; With Remarks Upon Its Origin and Composition; The Localities in Which It Is Found [Anonymous] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Facts about Peat as an Article of Fuel; With Remarks Upon Its Origin and Composition; The Localities in Which It Is Found.
The book describes electricity generation from peat, and peat in briquetted and in carbonised form. Further topics include gasification and, importantly, the role of peatlands in carbon sequestration. Use of peat as a general-purpose solid fuel, in recent times and less recent, follows and there is description of peat fuel for locomotives. The Peat family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Peat families were found in the UK in In there were 3 Peat families living in New York. This was about 20% of all the recorded Peat's in the USA. New York had the highest population of Peat families in
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Facts about Peat, Peat Fuel and Peat Coke: How to Make it and how to Use It--what it Costs and what it is Worth, with Brief Notes Concerning Its Use and Value for Numerous Other Purposes: Author: Thomas Hooker Leavitt: Publisher: Lee and Shepard, Original from: Harvard University: Digitized: Length: pages: Export.
Excerpt from Facts About Peat, Peat Fuel and Peat Coke: How to Make It and How to Use It What It Costs and What It Is Worth Years ago I operated works at Lexington, Massachusetts, for the manufacture of peat fuel, and for the perfecting of machinery for Author: Thomas H.
Leavitt. What is Peat. 11Where Peat is found 14How to make Peat Fuel Peat Coke Intensity of Heat generated by Peat Fuel Peat Fuel for Domestic Purposes Peat as a Fuel for generating Steam.
Peat in the Manufacture of Iron and Steel Other Uses of Peat Fuel Peat for Gunpowder and Fireworks. 68Gas from Peat Get this from a library. Facts about peat, peat fuel and peat coke: How to make it and how to use it--what it costs and what it is worth, with brief notes concerning its use and value for numerous other purposes.
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Some of the more important implications of peat use for humans and nature are also pointed out. This book describes alternative technologies for each of the major organic components of peat, including solvent extraction of peat bitumens; decolorization and oxidation of peat waxes; acid hydrolysis of unfractionated peat; and coke production.
Peat (/ p iː t /), sometimes known as turf (/ t ɜːr f /), is an accumulation of partially decayed vegetation or organic is unique to natural areas called peatlands, bogs, mires, moors, or muskegs.
The peatland ecosystem covers million square kilometres and is the most efficient carbon sink on the planet, because peatland plants capture CO 2 naturally released from the peat. Peat: Industrial Chemistry and Technology explores the chemistry and chemical technology of peat as a chemical feedstock.
The processes that generate peat chemicals, such as solvent extraction and acid hydrolysis, are discussed. Some of the more important implications of peat use for humans and nature are also pointed out.
This book describes alternative technologies for each of the major. A large proportion of interior Ireland consists of bogs from which peat is dug Summary Man and woman digging for peat in Ireland.
Created / Published [between ca. and ] Subject Headings - Peat--Ireland Page 40 - At the bottom of peat mosses there is sometimes found a cake or " pan," as it is termed, of oxide of iron, and the frequency of bog iron-ore is familiar to the mineralogist.
The oak which is so often found dyed black in peat, owes its colour to the same metal. From what source the iron is derived is by no means obvious, since we cannot in all cases suppose that it has been.
However, as transport routes opened up and alternative fuels, such as anthracite and coke, became more readily available, the use of peat as a primary heat source decreased.
As the smoky flavour is a key component of many whiskies, these days peat is used simply as a flavouring agent, with controlled burning during the early stages of kilning. of fuel peat by compressing peat into briquettes in factories. Lastly, when oil was in short supply during the Second World War, peat coke was produced in large quantities.
This was used as motor fuel by converting it into gas in generators mounted on vehicles. Peat, an organic fuel consisting of spongy material formed by the partial decomposition of organic matter, primarily plant material, in wetlands.
The formation of peat is the first step in the formation of coal. Peat is only a minor contributor to the world energy supply. ‘Other garden peat can contain chemicals that can harm discus fish so just be careful.’ ‘Place the seeds in a plastic bag with a mixture of sand and peat or other suitable growing mix.’ ‘An energy tax would penalise industries which use energy based on fossil fuel, including oil, coal and peat.’.
Since the s, the use of peat as a home fuel has dropped off, but it’s now a commodity prized by certain scotch makers looking for a particular, powerful flavor profile. Peat used to be cut. Peat is the "forgotten fossil fuel."While oil, coal, and natural gas are exported around the world, few outside northern Europe are aware of this energy source.
In certain circumstances, peat can be an early stage in coal formation. Most of the time, however, peat is a unique material. Peat forms in bogs. Bogs are a type of wetland with a high acid content. Facts about peat, peat fuel and peat coke: How to make it and how to use it--what it costs and what it is worth, with brief notes concerning its use and value for numerous other purposes / By T.
(Thomas Hooker) Leavitt. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet. Peat Coke a solid product of the thermal processing of peat. Peat coke may be produced by low-temperature coking, semicok-ing at a final temperature of °–°C, medium-temperature coking at °–°C, or coking at °–°C. High-quality peat with a low ash content is used as the raw material, and continuous furnaces with internal or.
Peat, or turf, is an accumulation of partially decayed forms in wetland bogs, moors, mires, and swamps. Formation. Peat forms when plant material, usually in marshy areas, is inhibited from decaying fully by acidic and anaerobic conditions. It is composed mainly of marshland vegetation: trees, grasses, fungi, as well as other types of organic remains, such as insects, and.
Its annual peat harvest is forecast to tumble: from 3m tonnes in to an estimated 2m in and less than 1m by Its power plant in Edenderry, County Offaly, still burns peat, but relies.Once dry, peat can be used as fuel for domestic and industrial use.
Peat was the main fuel in Scotland and it is still an important one in some parts of Scotland such as the Outer Hebrides. Coal, coke, gas and petrol are better carburant.
However, peat is still used in high quantities by the Scotch whisky industry. The distilleries of Highland.