A pyrolysis method was proposed and a setup for processing biomass into liquid biofuel, which enabled production of up to 65% of liquid portion, was developed. A physicochemical analysis of liquid pyrolysis product was carried out. For the resulting biofuel a chemical composition and a kinematic viscosity were determined, an atmospheric distillation was performed; storage conditions and disadvantages during usage were found out.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 30, 2014
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