Baosheng Jin

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The influence of the heating value of municipal solid waste (MSW) is very important on the combustion efficiency of MSW incinerators. The heating value of MSW is determined by the elementary chemical composition of its various components. Commonly, calorimetric measurement and empirical methods are available for this determination. In this analysis, the(More)
The pyrolytic behavior of wood is investigated under inert and oxidative conditions. The TGA experiment is given a temperature variation from 323 to 1173 K by setting the heating rate between 5 and 40 K/min. The results of DTG curves show that the hemicellulose shoulder peak for birch is more visible under inert atmosphere due to the higher content of(More)
A comprehensive three-dimensional numerical model is developed to simulate forestry residues gasification in a fluidized bed reactor using Eulerian-Lagrangian approach. The complex granular flow behaviors and chemical reaction characteristics are addressed simultaneously. The model uses an Eulerian method for fluid phase and a discrete particle method for(More)
Sewage sludge with the additive corn cob was used as prescusor to prepare sludge-based carbon adsorbents by pyrolysis method. And then, the carbonizated products were activated with potassium hydroxide. The mixing ratio of the corn cob to sewage sludge was investigated. The surface area and pore size distribution, elemental composition, surface chemistry(More)
To research the impact of adding sawdust on top phase oil, a sewage sludge and poplar sawdust co-pyrolysis experiment was performed in a fixed bed. Gas chromatography (GC)/mass spectrometry (MS) was used to analyze the component distribution of top phase oil. Higher heating value, viscosity, water content, and pH of the top phase oil product were(More)
Zeolite catalysts with micropores present good catalytic characteristics in biomass catalytic pyrolysis process. However, large-molecule oxygenates produced from pyrolysis cannot enter their pores and would form coke on their surfaces, which decreases hydrocarbon yield and deactivates catalyst rapidly. This paper proposed adding some mesoporous and(More)
Preparation of activated carbon from chicken waste is a promising way to produce a useful adsorbent for Hg removal. A three-stage activation process (drying at 200 degrees C, pyrolysis in N2 atmosphere, followed by CO2 activation) was used for the production of activated samples. The effects of carbonization temperature (400-600 degrees C), activation(More)
Numerical simulations of a demister vane with various geometries and operating conditions were performed to study the separation efficiency. The numerical solutions were carried out using commercial CFD code Fluent 6.1. A prediction model of the separation efficiency was obtained based on response surface methodology by means of the statistical software(More)
Ni-M (M = Mo, Fe, Co, Mn or Cr) bicomponent catalysts were prepared through the co-impregnation method for upgrading low H2/CO ratio biomass gas into urban gas through partial methanation coupling with water gas shift (WGS). The catalysts were characterized by N2 isothermal adsorption, X-ray diffraction (XRD), H2 temperature programmed reduction (H2-TPR),(More)
A novel ultrasonic-modified MnO(x)/TiO(2) catalyst was prepared and compared with two different kinds of MnO(x)/TiO(2) catalysts in the process of low-temperature selective catalytic reduction of NO with NH(3). The physicochemical properties of the catalysts were studied by using various characterization techniques, such as Brunauer-Emmett-Teller (BET)(More)