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    Definition:  Coke Calcining - The process of upgrading petroleum coke by driving off volatile matter in a combustion process. The coke is upgraded to an anode grade suitable for making such things as aluminum.

Synonyms:  coke calcination

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Expert in Computational Fluid Dynamics
Expert has extensively worked on computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations. He has developed new products that enable effective flow control and filtering based on CFD modeling, improving performance up to twice the efficiency compared to previous ... See full profile

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Expert in Energy Conservation; Application of Pinch Technology; Process Engineering; Distillation; Ethylene
Pinch technology is the state of the art technique for design of energy efficient processing plants. Expert has been an active Pinch Technologist right since its inception. He has carried out Pinch Studies of many processing plants in a variety of ... See full profile

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