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    Figure 4.7(b): Yields of products from Biomass Pyrolysis as a function of operation temperature: Results of Salehi (2011) Figure 4.7(c): yields oil-gas separation in the biomass pyrolysis for production of bio-bitumen. Figure 5.7: PFD of bio-bitumen production using biomass pyrolysis tars.

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    Steam pyrolysis of an industrial waste for bio-oil production

    Experimental results, given in Fig. 5, show that the bio-oil yield of the steam pyrolysis is significantly higher than that of the pyrolysis under the static and nitrogen atmospheres. As seen, bio-oil yield increases with increasing steam velocity. This result is explained with the inhibition of secondary reactions by steam at high velocities .

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    In the industrial-scale combustion tests, the use of fast pyrolysis bio-oil (FPBO) has been demonstrated to be a viable option to replace heavy fuel oil in district heating applications. Commercially usable district heating boilers and burners suitable for FPBO are available.

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    Bio-oil Biomass Pyrolysis Upgrading Hydrothermal liquefaction abstract Biomass can be utilized to produce bio-oil, a promising alternative energy source for the limited crude oil. There are mainly two processes involved in the conversion of biomass to bio-oil: flash pyrolysis and hydrothermal liquefaction.

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    By 2018 the pyrolysis oil production will exceed 500,000 tons per year. The price of biooil is comparable to that of industrial wood chips on an energy per dollar basis. However, biooil has a clear advantage in ease of handling and reduced storage costs. Bio-oil is competitively price with fuel oil in many markets.

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    Integrated fast pyrolysis bio oil production plant Customer: Fortum Power and Heat Oy. Challenge: Create the world’s first integrated bio oil production plant & demonstrate the viability of bio oil as a replacement for fossil fuels in heat production . Solution: VTT’s patented process integrates a fluidized-bed boiler with pyrolysis ...

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    The products of biomass pyrolysis include biochar, bio-oil and gases including methane, hydrogen, carbon monoxide, and carbon dioxide. The pyrolysis process consists of both simultaneous and successive reactions when organic material is heated in a non-reactive atmosphere.

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    Liquefaction of biomass by fast pyrolysis and subsequent upgrading of the resulting pyrolysis oil (bio-oil) by hydrotreating and hydrocracking—refinery processes that use hydrogen to remove impurities and break large molecules down to smaller ones—is a promising means for producing

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    Fast pyrolysis of biomass is one of the most recent renewable energy processes to have been introduced. It offers the advantages of a liquid product, bio-oil that can be readily stored and transported.

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    condensable vapors called pyrolysis oil (also known as bio-oil, biocrude, etc.) at room temperatures and non-as carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, hydrogen and light molecular weight hydrocarbon gases such as methane, collectively called synthesis gas What Is Bio-Oil? Bio-oil (Figure 1) is the liquid reaction. It is a dark brownish viscous

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    Pyrolysis and Bio­Oil - uaex.edu

    condensable vapors called pyrolysis oil (also known as bio-oil, biocrude, etc.) at room temperatures and non-as carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, hydrogen and light molecular weight hydrocarbon gases such as methane, collectively called synthesis gas What Is Bio-Oil? Bio-oil (Figure 1) is the liquid reaction. It is a dark brownish viscous

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    Slow pyrolysis takes several hours to complete and results in biochar as the main product. On the other hand, fast pyrolysis yields 60% bio-oil and takes seconds for complete pyrolysis. In addition, it gives 20% biochar and 20% syngas. Bio-oil. Bio-oil is a dark brown liquid and has a similar composition to biomass.

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    The maximum bio-oil yields for the bio-oils obtained from pyrolysis of olive bagasse were found as 37.07% and 36.67% on using activated alumina and sodium feldspar as catalysts, respectively, while these values were 27.64% and 31.68%, respectively, for the bio-oils from hazelnut bagasse.

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    Pyrolysis oil, sometimes also known as biocrude or bio-oil, is a synthetic fuel under investigation as substitute for petroleum.It is obtained by heating dried biomass without oxygen in a reactor at a temperature of about 500 °C with subsequent cooling.

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    C/s) i.e. fast pyrolysis conditions. Under theses conditions bio-oil yields of 60-70 wt% of can be achieved from a typical biomass feedstock, with 15-25 wt% yields of bio-char. The remaining 10-15 wt% is syngas. Processes that use slower heating rates are called slow pyrolysis and bio-char is usually the major product of such processes.

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    The publication of this design case for fast pyrolysis of biomass to gasoline and diesel blendstock establishes a benchmark for the Biomass Program. By identifying key design capital and operating costs, as well as signiicant sensitivities to the cost of production, the program can

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    Fuel production from biomass: Indian perspective

    Pyrolysis is thermal degradation of biomass by heat in the absence of oxygen, and results in the production of charcoal (solid), bio-oil (liquid), and fuel gaseous products. Pyrolysis of biomass has been studied for recovering a biofuel with medium-low calorific power 8,22-24. Depending on the operating conditions, pyrolysis can

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    Health, Safety and Environment in Biomass Gasification

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    biomass processes to chemicals and fuels. (HTL, catalytic pyrolysis, etc.) Bio-oil handling and process improvements will have application for other processes that use bio-oil or liquefied biomass for bio-power, bio-chemical conversion, and refinery co-processing of modified bio-oils

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    Seal S, Panda AK, Kumar S, Singh RK (2015) Production and characterization of bio oil from cotton seed. Environ Prog Sustain Energy 34:542–547 CrossRef Google Scholar Singh SP, Singh D (2010) Biodiesel production through the use of different sources and characterization of oils and their esters as the substitute of diesel: a review.

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    Fast pyrolysis of biomass is one of the most recent renewable energy processes to have been introduced. It offers the advantages of a liquid product, bio-oil that can be readily stored and transported. Bio-oil is a renewable liquid fuel and can also be used for production of chemicals.

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    Shirke Energy offers Biomass to Bio Oil Technology. Biomass to Bio Oil Conversion The liquid Conversion of Biomass solves various Biomass Handling issues. During Biomass Plantation activities in Asia and Africa, we come across the need of fast, convenient and affordable Biomass conversion to liquid form.

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    The EFB can be converted into pyrolysis oil using BTG’s fast pyrolysis technology. Prior to feeding it to the pyrolysis plant the EFB is further sized and dried. In a drier the moisture content is reduced down to about 5-10%. In this way, all the wet EFB from the palm is converted into approximately 1.2 t/hr pyrolysis oil.

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    Investigation of Biomass Pyrolysis on Non-catalytic Process

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    Biomass fuels are highly polluting and the concentration of respirable suspended PM10 in the kitchen during biomass burning is several times higher than vehicular pollution in the cities. Biomass smoke contains a host of toxic substances that are harmful to human health.

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    The pyrolysis of fats has been investigated for more than 100 years, especially in those areas of the world that lack deposits of petroleum. Since World War I, many investigators have studied the pyrolysis of vegetable oil to obtain products suitable for engine fuel application.

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    Chapter 3 Recommendations for the New Biomass Stoves Initiative

    A biomass cookstove is a complex engineering device involving closely coupled phenomena like pyrolysis, combustion, fluid flow and heat transfer. The complex coupling between these makes the problem highly non-linear and hence difficult to tackle in totality. There is a vast body of literature on some of these fundamental processes.

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