The Composition of Texas Coals and Lignites, by W. B. Phillips [and] Use of Producer Gas in Texas, by D. M. Phillips. 134 p., 1911. Print Version.
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BL0189. (Scientific Series 19) The Composition of Texas Coals and Lignites by W. B. Phillips [and] Use of Producer Gas in Texas, by D. M. Phillips. 134 p., 1911.
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Coal.-Demand for Information-Coal Fields-Railroad Facilities-Production of Coal and L.ignite--Tables of Analyses-Discussion-Value of Products from Gas-works in the United States-Fuel and Illuminating Gas-Heating Power of Texas Coals-Analyses of Coals Not Now Used.
Lignite.-Extentof Fields-Geological Formations-Flora and Fauna of Ooal Beds in General-.Tables of Analyses-Discussion-Analyses of Lignites Not Now Used.
The Use of Producer Gas inTexas.-Installations of Producers-Lignite Fields in United States-Tests of Texas-Lignite in Fuel Testing Plant, St. Louis--Establishments in .Texas-Producers and Gas Engines Used-Texas-Tables of Producer Operations-Analyses of Producer Gas-Heat Units in Producer Gas-Gas Engine and Producer Considered as a Compact System-Economy from Use of Producer Gas-Cost of Fuel per Horse-power-Producer Gas from Lignite to be Chief Source of Power.
Keywords: coal, lignite, chemical analysis, mineral resources, producer gas, Texas
Phillips, W. B., and Worrall, S. H., 1911, The Composition of Texas Coals and Lignites: University of Texas, Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology and Technology, Bulletin 189 (Scientific Series 19).
Phillips, D. M., 1911, Use of Producer Gas in Texas: University of Texas, Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology and Technology, Bulletin 189 (Scientific Series 19).