fast pyrolysis Articles

  • closed pyrolysis and fast pyrolysis equipment

    Technokomplex manufactures and sells Pirotex closed pyrolysis equipment and auxiliary equipment that process by-products (pyrolysis carbon, liquid fuel) into commercial fractions. The equipment is becoming more relevant for mechanical rubber goods and plastics utilization field as besides hydrocarbon-containing products utilization mechanical rubber goods, plastics, oil sludge and waste oils ...

    By Technokomplex

  • The production of biofuels and renewable chemicals by fast pyrolysis of biomass

    Bio-energy can provide more renewable energy requirements than any other technology. This paper focuses on fast pyrolysis as the only thermal process that directly delivers a high yield of liquid. This can be used on site or transported to centralised facilities for utilisation. This offers the potential for optimisation, greater economies of scale and exploitation of bio-refineries. The overall ...

    By Inderscience Publishers

  • A comparison of fast and slow pyrolysis liquids from mallee

    An exploratory comparative study of the fast and slow pyrolysis of eucalyptus mallee has been carried out to explore the differences in liquid yields and characteristics. The study focused on the liquid products, which were fully characterised and good mass balance closures were achieved. The influence of temperature and heating rates on the slow pyrolysis of eucalyptus mallee was investigated, ...

    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Production and characterisation of bio-oil from biomass fast pyrolysis in a fluidised bed reactor

    Biomass fast pyrolyis in a fluidised bed reactor was carried out. Results showed that the highest bio-oil yield (62.39 wt%) was obtained from sawdust at 500?C. Bio-oil yield was influenced by biomass pyrolysis temperature from 450?C to 550?C, and maximum bio-oil yield of 53.33 wt% was achieved from pine sawdust with particle size less than 1 mm at 500?C. At 500?C, the bio-oil yield increased from ...

    By Inderscience Publishers

  • The use of wire mesh reactors to characterise solid fuels and provide improved understanding of larger scale thermochemical processes

    Most reaction products from the pyrolysis and the early stages of gasification of solid fuels are chemically reactive. Secondary reactions between primary products and with heated fuel particles tend to affect the final product distributions. The extents and pathways of these secondary reactions are determined mostly by the heating rate and the size and shape of the reaction zone and of the ...

    By Inderscience Publishers

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