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Characteristics of hemicellulose, cellulose and lignin pyrolysis
Abstract The pyrolysis characteristics of three main components (hemicellulose, cellulose and lignin) of biomass were investigated using, respectively, a thermogravimetric analyzer (TGA) withExpand
In-Depth Investigation of Biomass Pyrolysis Based on Three Major Components: Hemicellulose, Cellulose and Lignin
To better understand biomass pyrolysis, the different roles of the three components (hemicellulose, cellulose, and lignin) in pyrolysis are investigated in depth using a thermogravimetric analyzerExpand
Biomass-based pyrolytic polygeneration system on cotton stalk pyrolysis: influence of temperature.
The pyrolysis of cotton stalk was investigated in a packed bed, with focus on the evolution of the chemical and physical structures of the solid, liquid and gaseous products. Expand
Mechanism of Palm Oil Waste Pyrolysis in a Packed Bed
To better understand the process mechanism, pyrolysis of palm oil wastes was investigated at different temperatures in a packed bed, with focus on the changing of chemical structure and physicalExpand
Pyrolysis Characteristics and Kinetics of Sewage Sludge by Thermogravimetry Fourier Transform Infrared Analysis
The characteristics and gas product properties of pyrolyzing sewage sludge were determined, aiming to utilize efficiently the waste for energy recovery. The pyrolysis of two predried sludge materialsExpand
Influence of mineral matter on pyrolysis of palm oil wastes
The influence of mineral matter on pyrolysis of biomass (including pure biomass components, synthesized biomass, and natural biomass) was investigated using a thermogravimetric analyzer (TGA). First,Expand
Pyrolysis of palm oil wastes for enhanced production of hydrogen rich gases
Abstract A study on pyrolysis of palm oil wastes in a countercurrent fixed bed was carried out, aiming to characterize the hydrogen rich gas products in view of enhanced energy recycling. The effectsExpand
Abstract In thermochemical utilization of biomass, ash fusion temperature is an important parameter for the efficient and continuous operation of boilers/gasifiers and high value-added utilization ofExpand
The densification of bio-char: Effect of pyrolysis temperature on the qualities of pellets.
The result indicated that pyrolysis of woody shavings at 550-650°C and followed by densification was suitable to form bio-char pellets for application as renewable biofuels. Expand
Torrefaction of cedarwood in a pilot scale rotary kiln and the influence of industrial flue gas.
It turned out that, compared with raw biomass, the grindability and the hydrophobicity of the torrefied biomass were significantly improved, and the increasing torrefaction temperature resulted in a decrease in grinding energy consumption and an increase in the proportion of smaller-sized particles. Expand