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|Title:||Comparison Study of Sugarcane Leaves and Corn Stover as a Potential Energy Source in Pyrolysis Process|
|Keywords:||char;horizontal fixed bed reactor;Pyrolysis;wood vinegar|
|Publisher:||3rd International Conference on Power and Energy Systems Engineering, CPESE 2016|
|Abstract:||Sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum) and corn (Zea mays, Linn.) is widely planted in Thailand. The pyrolysis process has been carried out in thermochemical processing of organic decomposition of biomass to increase the value of the biomass. The aim of this study was to research the probability of sugarcane leaves and corn stover for pyrolysis process. The proximate analysis results indicate that corn stover has a volatile content higher than sugarcane leaves. Sugarcane leaves have a higher ash content than corn stover. The heating value was obtained 14.47 and 20.91 MJ/kg for sugarcane leaves and corn stover, respectively. TGA results show 4 stages: dehydration, active pyrolysis passive pyrolysis and completed combustion stage. Furthermore, the thermal degradation of biomass could be considered an optimization of temperature for pyrolysis process|
|Appears in Collections:||Biotechnology: International Proceedings|
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