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The influence has been studied of the addition of lanthanum to coprecipitated Ni–Al catalysts used in the catalytic steam gasification of biomass. The experimental work was carried out at a relatively low temperature, 700 °C, and at atmospheric pressure. Three Ni–Al–La catalysts were...
The thermal behavior of five bituminous coal samples was investigated in non-isothermal condition by thermal analysis. The integral method was used in the analysis of TGA data in order to determine the decomposition kinetics. The main region of the sample's weight loss, arising from the...
Combustion of natural gas in fluidized bed reactors is considered as an economical way for producing energy and food-grade CO 2 largely needed in food and chemical industries. Therefore, their simulation and modeling could be of great industrial importance. In this study, a model is developed...
The effects of gas flow rate, reaction temperature, particle size, and time on thermal decomposition of pyrite have been investigated between 673 and 1073 K in a nitrogen gas environment in which the gas–solid contact is effective. The decomposition reaction is well represented by the...
A study has been made of the cracking of polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP) (which are the main components of post-consumer plastic wastes) dissolved in the Light Cycle Oil (LCO) product stream of a commercial Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) unit. The cracking has been carried out on a...
In this work, an effective method based on artificial neural network (ANN) and genetic algorithms (GA) is suggested for modeling the carbon burnout behavior in a tangentially fired utility boiler and optimizing the operating conditions to achieve the highest boiler heat efficiency consecutively....
The magnetically stabilized fluidized bed has the characteristics of a dispersion gas–solid two-phase flow. The essential condition by which the feedstock was separated by bed density was determined through studying the composition and action of dense medium (gas–solid fluidized bed) on...
Two-stage hydrocracking of petroleum residue consisting of hydrogenation (at low temperature) and thermocracking (at high temperature) has been investigated. Compared with one-stage reaction, two-stage reaction seems to have the following advantages: lower coke formation, higher cracking and...
Investigations into the thermal behaviour during co-pyrolysis of coal, biomass materials and coal/biomass blends prepared at different ratios (10:90, 20:80, 30:70 and 50:50) have been conducted using a thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) apparatus. Coal sample selected was Collie subbituminous coal...
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