Consistency of biochar properties over time and production scales: A characterisation of standard materials

@inproceedings{Maek2018ConsistencyOB,
  title={Consistency of biochar properties over time and production scales: A characterisation of standard materials},
  author={Ondřej Ma{\vs}ek and Wolfram Buss and Audrey Roy-Poirier and Walter L. Lowe and Chelsea A. Peters and Peter Brownsort and D. A. C. Mignard and Colin Pritchard and Saran P. Sohi},
  year={2018}
}
Users of biochar in the field require this product to reliably meet its declared specifications. For the first time, this work investigated, whether these specifications could be reproducibly obtained as a sole function of the thermal history of the biomass feedstock during slow pyrolysis, irrespective of the type and scale of the production unit. Using volatile matter content as a proxy for a wider set of biochar quality parameters, biochar from units at scales from grams to hundreds of… CONTINUE READING
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