Jun 30, 2021 · Sugarcane bagasse has a great potential to be used as biofuel; however, its use as feedstock in fluidized bed reactors is hampered due to its fibrous nature, low apparent density, high moisture content, and difficulties with its fluidization. The present study evaluated the torrefaction of sugarcane bagasse to propose suitable process conditions that balance the properties of the fuel obtained
wastes are thermal treatment such as incineration, gasification and pyrolysis . 1.2 Pyrolysis process Pyrolysis, the organic (carbon-based) materials decomposes chemically through the application of heat in the absence of oxygen or low oxygen level. The word is derived
Feb 26, 2021 · The main objective of this work was to investigate the effects of metal modified micro-mesoporous composite molecular sieves ZSM-5/Al-SBA-15 on the production of valuable chemicals from the pyrolysis of sugarcane bagasse. Metal (Cu, Mg, Ga, Ni, Pd, Ce, Co, Zn) modified ZSM-5/Al-SBA-15 catalysts were prepared by two-step crystallization method and characterized by N2 adsorption–desorption, X
Mar 01, 2012 · Sugarcane bagasse gasification starts with pyrolysis, followed by the gasification of char. The characteristics of syngas evolved during gasification strongly depend on the heating rate and the sample temperature. The pyrolysis process consists of a complex series of hydrocarbons breakdown, fragmentation, isomerization and repolymerization.
Nov 29, 2017 · A total of 18 chars from the pyrolysis of six trios of sugar cane bagasses (SCBs; original, water-washed, and acid-washed) were gasified with CO2 at 900 °C, aiming at a quantitative description of the rate of gasification catalyzed by inherent metallic species and a correlation of the catalytic activity and its change during the gasification with the metallic species composition.
The development of a sustainable bagasse gasification system using bagasse as feedstock could be realized if a complete understanding of bagasse gasification was established.
Pyrolysis Upgrading Diesel miscible Biofuel Ethyl levulinate (diesel miscible biofuel) Synfuels Figure 2. Biofuel production from sugarcane bagasse and AHR TGA pyrolysis was carried out to evaluate the suitability of AHR and SCBP for thermal processing. Pyrolysis and pyrolytic gasification was carried out using nitrogen out on
fluidised gasification of bagasse has been modelled in two stages: i) decomposition of dried bagasse into volatile components and ash, and the fortran code was used to specify the yield distribution according to the bagasse ultimate and proximate analysis and ii) the partial oxidation and gasification reactions modelled according to the Gibbs
Jun 23, 2021 · In this work we have attempted to use biomass as energy source which is abundantly available throughout the world. The work is focused on pyrolysis of sugarcane bagasse in a laboratory-scale pyrolyzer in the presence and absence of copper oxide (CuO). The bio-oil obtained was characterized using GC–MS. The bio-oil collected in the presence of catalyst was found rich in hydrocarbons (C8 to
Jun 23, 2015 · The present work aims at improving the generation of H 2 from sugarcane bagasse in steam gasification process by incorporating slow pyrolysis technique. As a bench scale study, slow pyrolysis of sugarcane bagasse is performed at various pyrolysis temperature (350, 400, 450, 500 and 550 °C) and feed particle size (90
Mar 10, 2016 · The present study was conducted to investigate the physicochemical properties and pyrolysis kinetics of sugarcane bagasse (SB). The physiochemical properties of SB were determined to examine its potential for pyrolysis. The physiochemical properties such as proximate analysis, ultimate analysis, heating values, lignocellulosic composition, X-ray diffraction (XRD), and Fourier transform
Gasification performance depends on the ability to introduce oxygen and heat into its environment. Residual material from biomass gasification includes unconverted carbon (char) and ash.  The gasification process involves four primary steps : heating and drying, pyrolysis, gas–solid reactions, and gas– phase reactions.
J. Fermoso, Pressure co-gasification of coal and biomass for the production of hydrogen, University of Oviedo, Spain, 2009. A. Anukam, S. Mamphweli, E. Meyer, and O. Okoh, “Computer simulation of the mass and energy balance during gasification of sugarcane bagasse,” Journal of Energy, vol. 2014, Article ID 713054, 9 pages, 2014.
Dec 31, 1993 · Gasification of agricultural residues such as bagasse from sugar cane for electricity production is a solution to meet energy demands with a favourable effect on the environment. Pyrolysis (heating solid biomass in absence of air to produce solid, liquid or gaseous fuels) is the first step in gasification and combustion.
Abstract. To understand the effects and the mechanism of sodium carbonate (Na2CO3) addition on the bagasse alkaline black liquor (BABL) pyrolysis, the reaction variables such as temperature, heating rate, and amount of Na2CO3 addition into BABL-solids were investigated under N2 atmosphere from 50 °C to 1000 °C by thermogravimetic analysis (TGA).