Mathematical simulation of the pyrolysis of biomass for the manufacture of synthesis gas and coke View Full Text


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DATE

2012-05

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A. M. Gyul’maliev, I. A. Sultanguzin, A. V. Fedyukhin

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In this work, the mathematical treatment of the pyrolysis of biomass to obtain thermal degradation parameters in the form of the independent parallel chemical decomposition reactions of the main components of raw materials (hemicellulose, cellulose, lignin, and extractive substances) was performed. The calorific values of volatile fractions and also a carbon residue were calculated. The region of optimum temperatures for the pyrolysis of organic raw materials (850–900°C), which corresponds to the maximum heat of combustion of gases per unit weight of the initial product, was found. More... »

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164-167

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