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How Much Coal Do You Burn Per Day During Heating Season
Dec 31, 2009 · As has been said, no two homes are the same. That said, I believe the average for annual heating oil consumption is about 750 - 800 gallons, or about 4.5 to 4.75 tons of coal. That should average out to roughly 40 to 45 lbs. per day. Yoy may need around 200 (or more) lbs. on a day when it is hovering around minus 10 degrees F. outside all day.
Note: Due to rounding, performing the calculations given in the equations below may not return the exact results shown. 20.85 mmbtu/metric ton coal × 26.09 kg C/mmbtu × 44 kg CO 2 9.05 x 10-4 metric tons CO 2 /pound of coal. Sources. EIA (2019). Monthly Energy Review November 2019, Table A5: Approximate Heat Content of Coal and Coal Coke.
Apr 16, 2021 · According to the uninterrupted operation 24 hours a day, multiplying the result of the above calculation formula by 24 hours is the total gas consumption of 4 tons of gas boilers per day. Take the specific rated power of 2.8MW and the calorific value of fuel 35.53MJ/Nm3 as an example for detailed calculation
Annual Coal Reports - U.S. Energy Information
Dec 19, 2008 · I buy 2.5- 3.0 Tons of good anthricite per year. I keep my home heated for about 150 days per season with between one 5 gallon to 1.5 5 gallon buckets of caol per day. The living room remains at between 70 - 80 degrees and the back rooms stay quite nice, 62-65. I
How to Calculate the Coal Quantity Used in a Power Plant
Oct 05, 2020 · The average sales price of thermal coal increased by 1.9% from the 2018 level to $27.54 per short ton. The average sales price of metallurgical coal decreased 3.2% from the 2018 level to $139.78 per short ton. Total U.S. coal stocks in 2019 ended at 165.7 MMst, 27.2% higher than at the same time in 2018.
Oct 15, 2009 · Coal traders web sites give base prices in the international market. We take a coal price of around 65 $ / Ton. The cost of coal consumed by 100 MW power plant is (53.8 x 65) 3497 $ /hr; A 100 MW unit produces 100,000 units of electricity. So the cost of coal per unit of electricity is (3497/100,000) 3.5 cents per unit.