Obiectives of the Canadian Carbonization Research Association
C. W. Drake Chairman, Canadian Carbonization Research Assoc.; Consultant, Algoma Steel Corporation Ltd ., Soult Ste. Marie, Ont. J. H. Walsh Secretory, Canadian Carbonization Research Assoc.; Senior Metallurgist (!Fuels), Fuels & Mining Practice Div., Mines Branch, Dept. of Energy, Mines & Resources, Ottawa, Ont.
The Canadian Carbonization Research Association was formed during 1965, with seven founding members representing four integrated steel companies, two coal companies and one high-temperature tar processing company. The purpose of this paper is to review the circumstances which led to the formation of this new research association and to discuss its general objectives. Also discussed will be the organization of the Association, the nature of its relationship with the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources in the early stages, and some of the technical programs which have now been initiated
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