A Concept of Large-Scale Artificial Ridges Using a New Hardened Product Made from Coal Ash
This report describes one concept for developing a new type of fishing ground. The idea is to form a large-scale artificial ridge on the bottom of the sea, using coal ash which is produced in large quantities by coal-fired thermal power plants. The artificial ridges are expected to help promote coal-fired thermal power generation and improve fishing resources.
KeywordsCompressive Strength Fishing Reef Fishing Ground Offshore Wind Fishing Resource
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