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Konstantinos Anastasakis

Temperature influence on the fast pyrolysis of manure samples: Char, bio-oil and gases production

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Temperature influence on the fast pyrolysis of manure samples : Char, bio-oil and gases production. / Fernandez-Lopez, Maria; Anastasakis, Kostas; De Jong, Wiebren; Valverde, Jose Luis; Sanchez-Silva, Luz.

I: E3S Web of Conferences, Bind 22, 00043, 07.11.2017.

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Fernandez-Lopez, M, Anastasakis, K, De Jong, W, Valverde, JL & Sanchez-Silva, L 2017, 'Temperature influence on the fast pyrolysis of manure samples: Char, bio-oil and gases production', E3S Web of Conferences, bind 22, 00043. https://doi.org/10.1051/e3sconf/20172200043

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Fernandez-Lopez, M., Anastasakis, K., De Jong, W., Valverde, J. L., & Sanchez-Silva, L. (2017). Temperature influence on the fast pyrolysis of manure samples: Char, bio-oil and gases production. E3S Web of Conferences, 22, [00043]. https://doi.org/10.1051/e3sconf/20172200043

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Fernandez-Lopez M, Anastasakis K, De Jong W, Valverde JL, Sanchez-Silva L. Temperature influence on the fast pyrolysis of manure samples: Char, bio-oil and gases production. E3S Web of Conferences. 2017 nov 7;22. 00043. https://doi.org/10.1051/e3sconf/20172200043

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Fernandez-Lopez, Maria ; Anastasakis, Kostas ; De Jong, Wiebren ; Valverde, Jose Luis ; Sanchez-Silva, Luz. / Temperature influence on the fast pyrolysis of manure samples : Char, bio-oil and gases production. I: E3S Web of Conferences. 2017 ; Bind 22.

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abstract = "Fast pyrolysis characterization of three dry manure samples was studied using a pyrolyzer. A heating rate of 600°C/s and a holding time of 10 s were selected to reproduce industrial conditions. The effect of the peak pyrolysis temperature (600, 800 and 1000°C) on the pyrolysis product yield and composition was evaluated. Char and bio-oil were gravimetrically quantified. Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) was used to analyse the char structure. H2, CH4, CO and CO2 were measured by means of gas chromatography (GC). A decrease in the char yield and an increase of the gas yield were observed when temperature increased. From 800°C on, it was observed that the char yield of samples Dig R and SW were constant, which indicated that the primary devolatilization reactions stopped. This fact was also corroborated by GC analysis. The bio-oil yield slightly increased with temperature, showing a maximum of 20.7 and 27.8 wt.{\%} for samples Pre and SW, respectively, whereas sample Dig R showed a maximum yield of 16.5 wt.{\%} at 800°C. CO2 and CO were the main released gases whereas H2 and CH4 production increased with temperature. Finally, an increase of char porosity was observed with temperature.",
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