dry coke

a laboratory term applied to coke that has been dried to constant weight in accordance with definite prescribed methods.
DISCUSSION — The methods used shall be those for the determination of moisture prescribed in Test Method D3302. In the case of lump coke, the temperature shall be not less than 104°C nor more than 200°C; in the case of coke passing a 250-µm (No. 60) sieve, the temperature shall be not less than 104°C nor more than 110°C for a period of 1 h.

ASTM D121-09a Standard Terminology of Coal and Coke. 2014.

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