Conversion of municipal and industrial refuse into useful materials by pyrolysis
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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines in [Washington] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Waste products,
  • Factory and trade waste,
  • Refuse and refuse disposal,
  • Pyrolysis

Book details:

Edition Notes

SeriesU.S. Bureau of Mines. Report of investigations, 7428
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTP995 S3
The Physical Object
Pagination14p.
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18203348M

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W. S. Sanner, C. Ortuglio, J. G. Walters, and D. E. Wolfson, “Conversion of Municipal and Industrial Refuse Into Useful Materials By Pyrolysis”, U.S. Bureau Mines Author: Stanley D. Mark. Abstract. A Pyroprobe has been used to study primary reactions from pyrolysis of municipal solid wastes (MSW). Yields of 13 pyrolysis products (CH 4, C 2 H 6, C 2 H 4 +C 2 H 2, C 3 H 6, C 4 H 10, C 4 H 8, CO, CO 2, H 2 O, methanol+formaldehyde, acetaldehyde and acetic acid) as a function of reaction temperature (within the range –°C) have been analyzed.. Kinetics of formation of Cited by: 1. In the general, gasification has been used for the conversion of carbonaceous materials into a gaseous product for the production of energy products and byproducts in an oxygen starved environment. The carbonaceous material, whether from Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) or other sources, is processed in an oxygen deficient environment with heat to. In order to meet the needs of today's polluted environment, our Waste Conversion Pyrolysis units are constructed with a production capacity of TPD (with average waste moisture content 60%), assuming 40 TPD (15%) of recyclable materials are filtered out at the pre-processing line for further sale and that tons of waste with average moisture content 60% per day are converted into energy.

Biomass can be converted into heat and electricity in a number of ways. Depending on its source, these processes include: combustion, pyrolysis, gasification, liquefaction, anaerobic digestion or fermentation. Thermo-chemical processes convert biomass into higher-value or more convenient products. Low temperature conversion of plastic waste into light hydrocarbons Article in Journal of hazardous materials () February with Reads How we measure 'reads'. A Patent Review on Pyrolysis of Waste Plastic and Scrap Tire into Liquid Fuel and Useful Chemicals By Ben Bahavar, Ph.D., Nerac Analyst In many aspects, the development, refining, and commercialization of plastic-to-liquid fuel is a classic example of the market forces File Size: KB.   This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue.

The present rate of economic growth is unsustainable without saving of fossil energy like crude oil, natural gas, or coal. There are many alternatives to fossil energy such as biomass, hydropower, and wind energy. Also, suitable waste management strategy is another important aspect. Development and modernization have brought about a huge increase in the production of all kinds of commodities Cited by: be pyrolyzed into substitutes for or supplements to expensive natural gas. The large proportion of biomass (carbon dioxide neutral plant matter) in the list reduces Greenhouse problems. Pyrolysis converts such solid waste into a medium heating value gaseous fuel usually with a . Pyrolysis, especially pyrolysis of coal, is an age‐long activity but biomass pyrolysis is a com ‐ pletely new entrant. The process is aimed to produce biofuel.   Pyrolysis is rapidly developing biomass thermal conversion technology and has been garnering much attention worldwide due to its high efficiency and good eco-friendly performance characteristics. Pyrolysis technology provides an opportunity for the conversion of municipal solid wastes, agricultural residues, scrap tires, non-recyclable plastics etc into clean energy.