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ISSN: 0016-2361

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Elsevier BV Netherlands
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Fuel is a journal indexed in SJR in Organic Chemistry and Chemical Engineering (miscellaneous) with an H index of 213. It has a price of 3465 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,56 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

Fuel focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: ch, coal, evolution, corrosion, hydrogen, effect, catalysts, study, liquefaction, coalunderstanding, ...

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Languages: English

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Fuel

1,56

SJR Impact factor

213

H Index

2396

Total Docs (Last Year)

5152

Total Docs (3 years)

119785

Total Refs

35895

Total Cites (3 years)

5139

Citable Docs (3 years)

6,88

Cites/Doc (2 years)

49,99

Ref/Doc

Aims and Scope


ch, coal, evolution, corrosion, hydrogen, effect, catalysts, study, liquefaction, coalunderstanding, cmc, chlorides, conditionsnatural, cumoalo, decomposition, dependency, distillate, earth, chlorella, characteristics, ash, asphaltenesactivated, atmospheric, bitumen, blends, boiler, bromides, carboxymethyl, cavitation, cellulose, cerrejon,


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A critique of the crossing point temperature approach to interpreting oven heating experiments

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A fuel spray induced vortex ring

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A kinetic approach to the temperature-programmed pyrolysis of low- and high-density polyethylene in a fixed bed reactor: determination of kinetic parameters for the evolution of n-paraffins and 1-olefins

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Activated carbons from bituminous coal: effect of mineral matter content

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Adsorption properties and porous structure within granules of activated carbons with different burn-off

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Advanced reburning measurements of temperature and species in a pulverized coal flame

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Application of a new ash fusion test to Theodore coals

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Aqueous organic chemistry. 9. Reactivity of 1,5-, 1,6-, 1,7- and 2,6-dihydroxynaphthalenes, dibenzofuran, 2-hydroxydibenzofuran, carbazole, 2-hydroxycarbazole, acridine and 4-hydroxyacridine

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Biogas production potential of unextracted, nutrient-rich elephant-grass lignocellulose

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Catalysis of coal gasification by Na lignosulfonate

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Catalytic gasification of gas-coal char in CO2

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Catalytic hydrocracking of primary maceral concentrate extracts prepared in a flowing solvent reactor

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CH4 storage on compressed carbons

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Characterization of coal-derived humic substances with the aid of low-pressure gel permeation chromatography

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Characterization of successive time/temperature-resolved liquefaction extract fractions released from coal in a flowing-solvent reactor

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Chemical kinetic modelling of the effect of NO on the oxidation of CH4 under fluidized bed combustor conditions

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Chemical makeup and physical characterization of a synthetic fuel and methods of heat content evaluation for studies on MSW incineration

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Coal gasification characteristics in a downer reactor

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Coke shrinkage and coking pressure during carbonization in a coke oven

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Combustion characteristics of lignite-water slurries

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Contributions of aromatic conjunction and aromatic inner carbons to molar volume of polyaromatic hydrocarbons

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Deactivation of a coal liquefaction catalyst

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Dechlorination kinetics of a Turkish lignite

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Decomposition of pyrite and the interaction of pyrite with coal organic matrix in pyrolysis and hydropyrolysis

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