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  • Van Vuuren, DS; Engelbrecht, AD; Hadley, TD (2006-09)
    Titanium is the ninth most abundant element and the forth most common construction metal in the earth’s crust. It’s high strength, high-temperature performance, low density, high corrosion resistance and bio-compatibility ...
  • Engelbrecht, AD; North, BC; Hadley, TD (CSIR, 2008-11)
    Electricity demand in South Africa is increasing at a rate of 1000 MW per year. Whilst there is increasing pressure to adopt non-fossil fuel electricity generating technologies, the abundant reserves and low cost of coal ...
  • Engelbrecht, AD; North, BC; Hadley, TD (Industrial Fluidisation South Africa (IFSA 2008), 2008-11)
    Electricity demand in South Africa is increasing at a rate of 1000 MW per year. Whilst there is increasing pressure to adopt non-fossil fuel electricity generating technologies, the abundant reserves and low cost of coal ...
  • North, BC; Engelbrecht, AD; Hadley, TD (2005-11)
    It is generally accepted that global warming is a reality, and that anthropogenic CO2 emissions are the cause of the warming. One method to reduce the effective CO2 release from boilers is to replace some of the coal with ...
  • Van Vuuren, DS; Engelbrecht, AD; Hadley, TD (2005-10)
    The value chain of titanium products shows that the difference between the cost of titanium ingot and titanium dioxide is about $9/kg titanium. In contrast, the price of aluminium, which is produced in a similar way, is ...
  • Hadley, TD; North, BC (2005)
    The CSIR has had a strong drive in fluidised bed technology for over two decades. During this period collaboration has been fostered with numerous partners and clients. By being able to draw on their resources, skills, ...
  • Hadley, TD; North, BC (2006-02)
    The CSIR has had a strong drive in fluidised bed technology for over two decades. During this period collaboration has been fostered with numerous partners and clients. By being able to draw on their resources, skills, ...
  • North, BC; Engelbrecht, AD; Hadley, TD (2006-09)
    To cope with increasing electricity demand, South Africa will need to install approximately 1000 MW of generating capacity per year for the foreseeable future. Whilst there is increasing pressure to adopt non-fossil fuel ...
  • North, BC; Hadley, TD; Engelbrecht, AD (2007-06-28)
    This conference presentation discusses fluidisation fundamentals; fluidised bed technology; the wide range of applications for example in minerals treatment, but emphasis will be on combustion and gasification; applications ...
  • Engelbrecht, AD; North, BC; Hadley, TD (2007-09)
    Electricity demand in South Africa is increasing at a rate of 1000 MW per year. Whilst there is increasing pressure to adopt non-fossil fuel electricity generating technologies, the abundant reserves and low cost of coal ...
  • Van Vuuren, DS; Engelbrecht, AD; Hadley, TD (Springer Verlag, 2005-10)
    The value chain of titanium products shows that the difference between the cost of titanium ingot and titanium dioxide is about $9/kg titanium. In contrast, the price of aluminum, which is produced in a similar way, is ...