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Serial Number Project Sub Option Quantity (Kg/H) Unit Price (Yuan/Kg) Consumption (Yuan/Day) Consumption (Ten Thousand Yuan/Year) Consumption (Ten Thousand Yuan/Year) Total
1 Consume Wood Chips 2000 0.3 14400 43.2 432 432
2 Output Biomass Charcoal 400 0.8 7680 23.04 230.4 311.04
Wood Tar 40 0.8 768 2.304 23.04
Wood Vinegar 100 0.2 1920 5.76 57.6
Annual Expenditure: 432-311.04=1.2096 Million Yuan
Traditional Energy Monthly Net Profit After Saving (Ten Thousand Yuan) Monthly Net Profit After Saving (Ten Thousand Yuan)
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Heavy Oil 218.28-12.1=206.18 2061.8
Natural Gas 177.66-12.1=165.56 1655.6
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Fast Pyrolysis From Napier Grass For Pyrolysis

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<h3>Journal: Renewable energy / Publication year rev: 7978-2022 </h3>

Journal: Renewable energy / Publication year rev: 7978-2022

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<h3>Fast pyrolysis from Napier grass  preview & related info ...</h3>

Fast pyrolysis from Napier grass preview & related info ...

(2018) Suntivarakorn et al. Energy Reports. This article focused on production cost of pyrolysis oil production of Napier Grass in Circulating Fluidized Bed Reactor (CFBr) which sand was used as bed material. The Napier grass was converted to pyrolysis oil by using fast pyrolysis process. The rea

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<h3>Progress and challenges in sustainable pyrolysis technology </h3>

Progress and challenges in sustainable pyrolysis technology

Fast pyrolysis is applied to convert biomass into crude bio-oil that can be further upgraded into transportation fuel. Generally, fast pyrolysis is conducted at high temperatures (∼450–700 ℃) with high heating rate (∼10–100 ℃min −1) and short residence time (<5 mins) . During fast pyrolysis, lignocellulosic components within the

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<h3>Fast Pyrolysis of Tropical Biomass Species and Influence of </h3>

Fast Pyrolysis of Tropical Biomass Species and Influence of

Mar 15, 2016 · The fast pyrolysis behaviour of pretreated banagrass was examined at four temperatures (between 400 and 600 C) and four residence times (between ~1.2 and 12 s). The pretreatment used water washing/leaching to reduce the inorganic content of the banagrass. Yields of bio-oil, permanent gases and char were determined at each reaction condition and compared to previously published results from

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<h3>Publication year rev: 7978-2022 / Publication Year: 2022 </h3>

Publication year rev: 7978-2022 / Publication Year: 2022

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<h3>Napier Grass Pyrolysis: Kinetic and Thermodynamics Analysis</h3>

Napier Grass Pyrolysis: Kinetic and Thermodynamics Analysis

Aug 30, 2019 · The pyrolysis behavior, kinetics and thermodynamics analysis of Napier grass were studied. A thermogravimetric analyzer (TGA) and differential thermal analyzer (DTA), at four heating rates: 5, 10, 20 and 30 o C/min were used in the experiments. Pyrolysis parameters were determined using model-fitting with the Coat-Redfern method.

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<h3>Valorization of Napier grass via intermediate pyrolysis </h3>

Valorization of Napier grass via intermediate pyrolysis

Generally, pyrolysis process is classified into slow, 80 intermediate and fast pyrolysis. In slow pyrolysis (carbonization), temperature up to 400 °C, 81 vapor residence time of 60 minutes to days are used and a typical product yield of about 35 % bio-char, 3082 % bio-oil, and 35 % non-condensable gas. For fast pyrolysis, temperature of about

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<h3>In-situ Upgrading of Napier Grass Pyrolysis Vapour Over </h3>

In-situ Upgrading of Napier Grass Pyrolysis Vapour Over

Apr 08, 2017 · This study presents in-situ upgrading of pyrolysis vapour derived from Napier grass over microporous and mesoporous ZSM-5 catalysts. It evaluates effect of process variables such catalyst–biomass ratio and catalyst type in a vertical fixed bed pyrolysis system at 600 °C, 50 °C/min under 5 L/min nitrogen flow. Increasing catalyst–biomass ratio during the catalytic process with microporous

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<h3>Room Temperature Fabrication of Macroporous Lignin Membranes </h3>

Room Temperature Fabrication of Macroporous Lignin Membranes

Rising global demand for biodegradable materials and green sources of energy has brought attention to lignin. Herein, we report a method for manufacturing standalone lignin membranes without additives for the first time to date. We demonstrate a scalable method for macroporous (∼100 to 200 nm pores) lignin membrane production using four different organosolv lignin materials under a humid

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<h3>Pyrolysis Mechanism of Wheat Straw Based on ReaxFF Molecular </h3>

Pyrolysis Mechanism of Wheat Straw Based on ReaxFF Molecular

Biomass has played an increasingly important role in the consumption of energy worldwide because of its renewability and carbon-neutral property. In this work, the pyrolysis mechanism of wheat straw is explored using reactive force field molecular dynamics simulations. A large-scale wheat straw model composed of cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignin is built. After model validation, the

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<h3>Alessandra Camelo – Research Associate - LinkedIn</h3>

Alessandra Camelo – Research Associate - LinkedIn

A novel hybrid of pearl millet and napier grass (Pennisetum glaucum [L.] R. Br. x Pennisetum purpureum Schumach), PMN10TX15, was characterized and investigated as an alternative energy source. Pyrolysis reactions of the PMN10TX15 were carried out in a batch reactor operated at 400-600 °C and atmospheric pressure, aiming to investigate its

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<h3>Fast pyrolysis of waste materials - SINTEF</h3>

Fast pyrolysis of waste materials - SINTEF

Fast pyrolysis of waste materials Pyrolysis liquid yield and quality is dependent on the feedstock. Highest liquid yield is obtained with bark free wood and lowest with agro-biomass. Ash content correlates to liquid yield Alkali metals, mainly potassium are known to catalyse pyrolysis reactions to yield more gas and water and

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<h3>Fast pyrolysis from Napier grass for pyrolysis oil production </h3>

Fast pyrolysis from Napier grass for pyrolysis oil production

Nov 01, 2018 · Based on the above limitations, this article proposes a system for the production of pyrolysis oil by using Napier grass with the feeding rate between 45 to 75 kg per hour. A Circulating Fluidized Bed reactor (CFBr) has been employed in this work because it offers more advantages than other reactors (Bridgwater, 2003). Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) and NCG were used as the fuels to produce heat into the reactor, and a cross flow heat exchanger was used to recover heat and to return it back into

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<h3>Fast pyrolysis from Napier grass for pyrolysis oil production </h3>

Fast pyrolysis from Napier grass for pyrolysis oil production

Fast pyrolysis from Napier grass for pyrolysis oil production by using circulating Fluidized Bed Reactor: Improvement of pyrolysis system and production cost Energy Reports 10.1016/j.egyr.2018.08.004

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<h3>Bio-oil Production from Napier Grass Using a Pyrolysis </h3>

Bio-oil Production from Napier Grass Using a Pyrolysis

Jun 02, 2020 · Fast pyrolysis from Napier grass for pyrolysis oil production by using circulating fluidized bed reactor: Improvement of pyrolysis system and production cost. Energy Reports 4: 565-575. Khezri R., Azlina W. and Tan H.B., 2016.

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