Bituminous

  • (adj): Resembling or containing bitumen.
    Example: "Bituminous coal"

Some articles on bituminous:

List Of Power Stations In Western Australia - Coal Fired
... Capacity Turbines Coal Type Mine type Conveyance Cooling Water Collie 300 MW 1 bituminous open cut conveyor fresh Kwinana 640 MW 4 bituminous open cut rail, conveyor, road seawater Muja 854 MW 4 bituminous open cut ...
Sub-bituminous Coal - Properties
... Sub-bituminous coals may be dull, dark brown to black, soft and crumbly at the lower end of the range, to bright jet-black, hard, and relatively ... The heat content of sub-bituminous coals range from 8300 to 11,500 BTu/lb or 19,306 to 26,749 kJ/kg ... Their relatively low density and high water content renders some types of sub-bituminous coals susceptible to spontaneous combustion if not packed densely during storage in order to exclude free air flow ...
Bituminous Coal Miners' Strike Of 1894
... Bituminous Coal Miners' Strike Location United States Date 1894 Deaths ~5 Coal Wars Coal Creek War Bituminous Coal Miners' Strike Lattimer Massacre. 13,000, called a general strike in the bituminous coal mining industry ...
Posidonia Shale
... The formation comprises finely laminated layers of bituminous shales formed of fine-grained sediments intercalated with bituminous limestones and crops out in a ... The European bituminous shales deposited on a sea floor during the Early Toarcian in the ancient Tethys Ocean are described as being deposited in an anoxic, or oxygen depleted ...
Bituminous Shale - Uses
... Bituminous shale may be used as fuel or as a paving material ... In Roman times, the first large-scale usage of bituminous shale was started ... In 1851, a process for extraction of kerosene from bituminous shale was patented by Canadian physician and geologist Abraham Pineo Gesner ...