Investigation of Heat Generation from Biomass Fuels

@inproceedings{Murasawa2015InvestigationOH,
  title={Investigation of Heat Generation from Biomass Fuels},
  author={Naoharu Murasawa and Hiroshi Koseki},
  year={2015}
}
New biomass fuels are constantly being developed from renewable resources in an effort to counter global warming and to create a sustainable society based on recycling. Among these, biomass fuels manufactured from waste are prone to microbial fermentation, and are likely to cause fires and explosions if safety measures, including sufficient risk assessments and long-term storage, are not considered. In this study, we conducted a series of experiments on several types of newly developed biomass… CONTINUE READING

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