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An eddy cell model of mass transfer into the surface of a turbulent liquid
Experimental gas absorption studies for bubbles transported in turbulent pipe flow of water strongly indicate that liquid phase controlled mass transfer is due to surface renewal by turbulent eddies.…
Correlation of liquid slug velocity and frequency in horizontal cocurrent gas‐liquid slug flow
The role of gas phase momentum in determining gas holdup and hydrodynamic flow regimes in bubble column operations
Experiments conducted in 0.15 m diameter bubble columns using water and non-aqueous liquids have shown that the gas velocity at which transition from the bubbly flow to the churn-turbulent flow…
The flow of rarefied gases
It has been shown experimentally by Knudsen and others that gases flowing at decreasing total pressures through small capillaries pass from a region of Poiseuille flow to a so-called slip flow region…
On the mechanism of the rapid pyrolysis of cellulose
A second look at fast pyrolysis of biomass—the RTI process
The role of temperature in the fast pyrolysis of cellulose and wood
Cellulose and maple sawdust have been pyrolyzed by different workers in two different reactors (a fluid bed and a transport reactor) in separate laboratories. The Avicel cellulose sample used by both…
Microbial utilization of levoglucosan in wood pyrolysate as a carbon and energy source.
- E. Prosen, D. Radlein, J. Piskorz, D. Scott, R. Legge
- Chemistry, MedicineBiotechnology and bioengineering
- 5 August 1993
It is apparent that a wood pyrolysate maximized for levoglucosan can serve as a fermentable substrate, although postpyrolysis clean-up appears necessary.
A KINETIC MODEL FOR THE PRODUCTION OF LIQUIDS FROM THE FLASH PYROLYSIS OF BIOMASS
A kinetically based prediction model for the production of organic liquids from the flash pyrolysis of biomass is proposed. Wood or other biomass is assumed to be decomposed according to two parallel…