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RESULTS OF EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCHES OF PROCESSES OF INCREASE OF CHARCOAL OUTPUT FROM SAWDUSTS OF BIRCH WASTES

Dudnik A.N.1, Strizhak P.E.2, Kalishin E.Yu.2, Sokolovskaya I.S.1

1Coal Energy Technology Institute NAS of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine
2 L.V.Pisarzhevskii Institute of the Physical Chemistry NAS of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine


Citation:

Dudnik, A.N., Strizhak, P.E., Kalishin, E.Yu. and Sokolovskaya, I.S., (2010) Results of experimental researches of processes of increase of charcoal output from sawdusts of birch wastes, Modern Science: Researches, Ideas, Results, Technologies, Iss. #1(3), PP. 48 - 50.


Keywords:

biomass; birch sawdust; wood coal; gasification; carbonization; pre-impregnation


Abstracts:

Implementation of new processes of solid biomass gasification on an industrial scale is slowed by need for resin decomposition. Pre-carbonization process of solid biomass to wood coal with LHV of 25-30 MJ/kg is proposed to use to solve this problem. The possibility to increase the yield of wood coal by 12,8-20,9 % due to pre-impregnation of original wood by water solutions of H3PO4 and FeCl3 is shown by example of waste birch sawdust carbonization. After the pre-impregnation, the proportion of fixed carbon in the original wood increased by 6,6-13,2 %, that along with the choice of the optimum regime of conversion had a decisive impact on increasing the efficiency of the process of wood carbonization in 1,6-1,8 times.


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