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Chemical yields from low-temperature pyrolysis of CCA-treated wood

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Published by United States Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, WI .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wood -- Chemistry,
  • Preserved wood -- Recycling,
  • Wood waste -- Burning

  • Edition Notes

    StatementQirong Fu ... [et al.].
    SeriesResearch paper / Forest Products Laboratory -- FPL-RP-652
    ContributionsFu, Qirong.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTS932 .C454 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination18 p. :
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23836653M
    LC Control Number2009376237

    A Presentation on. Challenges Global generation of Solid Waste will double by Solid waste generated by million people living in urban India is 30 million tonnes per year. 1,00, MT SW generation every day in India. Opportunities SW is the only alternative waste to energy generation. SW supplies 10% of global power. The high heating value of SW indicates the . CHEMISORPTION AND LOW-TEMPERATURE PYROLYSIS OF WOOD CHARS IN SMOLDERING COMBUSTION. S.M. Lim and M.Y.L. Chew. Department of Building, School of Design and Environment, National University of Singapore. 4, Architecture Drive, Singapore ABSTRACT. This paper examines the chemisorption in air-preheated and nitrogen-heated wood . Wood Pyrolysis. Three Simple design for Demonstrating the Conversion of Woody Materials Into Gaseous, Liquid, and Solid Fuels. Richard Boyt, November Dear Stovers & Gassifiers. The recent interest in retort pyrolysis to produce a low to medium BTU gas and charcoal encouraged me to dig out an illustrated essay I wrote twenty-some years ago. Abstract. Sulfated titania (SO4 2-/TiO2) was prepared and used for catalytic fast pyrolysis of cellulose to produce levoglucosenone (LGO), a valuable anhydrosugar product. Analytical pyrolysis-gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (Py-GC/MS) technique was employed in this study to achieve the catalytic fast pyrolysis of cellulose and on-line analysis of the pyrolysis .


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Chemical yields from low-temperature pyrolysis of CCA-treated wood Download PDF EPUB FB2

Yields of pyrolysis fractions of untreated wood and CCA- treated wood, as a function of temperature, are shown in Table 2.

The total recovery (the sum of the yield of tar, distillate, and char) from pyrolysis was around 90% at tem- peratures between and °C. Low-temperature pyrolysis offers a feasible option for wood-waste management and the recovery of a variety of useful chemicals.

The effect of chromated copper arsenate (CCA) wood preservative on the yield and composition of various pyrolysis products was investigated in the present by: 1. The use of trade or firm names in this publication is for reader information and does not imply endorsement by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) of any product or service.

The USDA prohibits discrimination in all its programs and. Get this from a library. Chemical yields from low-temperature pyrolysis of CCA-treated wood. [Qirong Fu;] -- Low-temperature pyrolysis offers a feasible option for wood-waste management and the recovery of a variety of useful chemicals. The effect of chromated copper arsenate (CCA) wood preservative on the.

Chemical yields from low-temperature pyrolysis of CCA-treated wood 18 p. (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Qirong Fu; Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.).

The temperature threshold for which the pyrolysis of untreated wood starts is around °C at a heating rate of 10°C/min. The temperature where the maximum rate of decomposition occurs (Tpeak) is around °C and the final char yield (at °C) is around 19%. For the untreated wood, there are two areas Cited by: The metal content of the gaseous product is calculated by difference.

Pyrolysis experiments carried out at different temperatures and residence times are described elsewhere,6 together with the metal mass balances. From Table 6 it can be seen that low-temperature pyrolysis of CCA-treated wood is a promising tech- nique, although not yet by: Low‐ Temperature Pyrolysis as a Possible Technique for the Disposal of CCA Treated Wood Waste: Metal Behaviour.

Helsen. Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Celestijnenlaan A, B‐ Heverlee, Cited by: 3. Conventional pyrolysis of beech wood has been carried out for heating temperatures in the range − K, reproducing conditions of interest in countercurrent fixed-bed gasification.

The yields of liquids (water and tars) increase with the heating temperature from about 40 to 55% of dry wood mass, confirming results previously obtained with a laboratory-scale by: Low-temperature pyrolysis is evaluated as a possible technique for the disposal of CCA treated wood waste.

A theoretical and experimental study of the low-temperature pyrolysis of CCA treated wood. study has been set up to design a low-temperature pyrolysis facilit y for the CCA treated wood waste, such that at least 90% of the metals are contained in a concentrated solid product.

Thermal Valorization of Wood Waste by Pyrolysis at Low Temperature Mohammed Kemiha1*, Ange Nzihou1, David Mateos2 1Rapsodee Center, Ecole des Mines d'Albi-Carmaux- Toulouse University, Campus jarlard, – Albi, France 2Thermya S.A.

Company, 1, Rue Nicolas Appert, Villenave d'Ornon, France [email protected] Recycling of waste wood is. Evaluation of XRF and LIBS technologies for on-line sorting of CCA-treated wood waste.

Waste Management24 (4), DOI: / Lieve Helsen, Eric van den Bulck. Metal Retention in the Solid Residue after Low-Temperature Pyrolysis of Chromated Copper Arsenate (CCA)-Treated Wood. Pyrolysis of fir wood at oC yields 32 % charcoal. If the wood is impregnated before the pyrolysis with an amount of bio-oil equivalent to a tar yield of 25 % the charcoal yield is increased to 37,7 %.

It is possible to say, with 80 % confidence, that pyrolysis of wood and bio-oil gives a higher charcoal yield if the two undergoes pyrolysis File Size: 2MB. The study was carried out in order to determine the effects of CCA on the pyrolysis and the combustion toxicity of wood. The results from CCA treated wood are summarized as follows: 1.

CCA accelerated the beginning of pyrolysis of wood, increased the activation energies for the weight loss by pyrolysis, and increased the char yields in both air Cited by: Table 1 shows experimental data for the outcomes of wood pyrolysis by mass.

Table 2 displays the experimental data for the chemical composition of the dry gas produced during wood pyrolysis Table 1: Pyrolysis products from wood (kg/kg fuel)5 Table 2: Dry gas composition from pyrolysis of wood (%vol.)6 Figure 1, Box 2: CombustionFile Size: KB.

Wood-based panels containing urea formaldehyde (UF) resin will be focused on to make clear the influence of UF resin on pyrolysis products and transformation mechanism during pyrolysis of waste wood composites.

Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) will be used to study the thermal degradation reaction kinetics according to different heating : Jun Mu, Zongyuan Lai. combining a low-temperature slow pyrolysis (carbonization) with a distillation-like process.

During the process the crushed wood, introduced at the top of the reactor, is heated in a reaction column by subjecting it to a flow of hot gas (85% nitrogen and 15 % water) which enters at the bottom. The wood is carbonized, releasing. The process is used heavily in the chemical industry, for example, to produce ethylene, many forms of carbon, and other chemicals from petroleum, coal, and even wood, to produce coke from coal.

Aspirational applications of pyrolysis would convert biomass into syngas and biochar, waste plastics back into usable oil. • BP statistical review of world BP plc. 57th edition 45p. • Lisa Zyga () plasma gasification transforms garbage into clean energy, science blogger.

via: popular science • Helsen, L., low temperature pyrolysis of CCA treated wood waste. PhD. Thesis, Heverlee, KU Leven. • Manual of solid waste Gasification and Low Temperature Pyrolysis of Straw and Wood – Influence of Temperature I.

Aigner, U. Wolfesberger*, er Vienna University of Technology (VUT), Institute of Chemical Engineering Getreidemarkt 9/, A Vienna, Austria ABSTRACT The global warming, the increasing CO2 emission, the combustion of and dependency on fossil.

Low-temperature pyrolysis of CCA-treated wood waste: Chemical determination and statistical analysis of metal input and output; mass balances Journal Article ; ; ; - Waste Management.

Low-temperature pyrolysis is proposed as an alternative method. This book is for chemical engineers, fuel technologists, agricultural engineers and chemists in the world-wide energy industry and in academic, research and government institutions.

It provides a thorough review of, and entry to, the primary and review literature surrounding the subject. Chemical yields from low-temperature pyrolysis of CCA-treated wood. Lebow, Stan T.; Lebow, Patricia K.; Woodward, Bessie M.; Halverson, Steven A.; Abbott, William; West, Michael M.

Effect of simulated rainfall and weathering on release of preservative elements from CCA treated wood. Williams, R. Sam; Lebow, Stan; Lebow, Patricia. CCA-treated wood, a retention value of corresponds to arsenic, chromium, and copper concentrations of approximately, mg/kg, respectively (Tolaymat et al.

IS CCA-TREATED WOOD A HAZARDOUS WASTE. As previously mentioned, CCA-treated wood is encountered as part of the solid waste stream, most. Yorgun S, Yıldız D () Slow pyrolysis of paulownia wood: effects of pyrolysis parameters on product yields and bio-oil characterization.

J Anal Appl Pyrolysis –78 CrossRef Google Scholar Yorgun S, Şensöz S, Koçkar ÖM () Characterization of the pyrolysis oil produced in the slow pyrolysis of sunflower-extracted by: 1.

Chemical yields from low-temperature pyrolysis of CCA-treated wood. Research Paper FPL-RP Madison, WI: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory. 18 p. Based on previous research work, it is expected that dry recuperation of the metals in chromated copper arsenate (CCA)-treated wood waste can be achieved by low-temperature pyrolysis if a combination of pyrolysis temperature and residence time can be found, for which the two requirements: (1) zero-emission of metals, and (2) metal agglomeration are by: Pyrolysis, the chemical decomposition of organic (carbon-based) materials through the application of sis, which is also the first step in gasification and combustion, occurs in the absence or near absence of oxygen, and it is thus distinct from combustion (burning), which can take place only if sufficient oxygen is present.

The rate of pyrolysis increases with. Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 94 () 48–52 Contents made from bamboo by thermal chemical conver-sion methods such as gasification and pyrolysis. There had been ical yields from low-temperature pyrolysis of CCA-treated wood.

Juhász and Kitahara [3] studied the thermal decomposition of. The pyrolysis process of chromated copper arsenate-treated wood impregnated with phosphoric acid (2–6 wt.%) has been investigated using a Kugelrohr short-path distillation apparatus.

The presence of phosphoric acid is shown to change the overall pyrolysis kinetics and yields of products resulting in a decrease in the amount of volatile products and an. /books books Thomas Telford Publishing /rarowm Recycling and Reuse of Waste Materials Recycling and Reuse of Waste Materials Ravindra K.

DhirDirector, Moray D. NewlandsCPD / Consultancy Manager, and Judith L. HallidayTeaching / Research Fellow Concrete Technology Unit University of Dundee Concrete Technology Unit.

Tars are the larger molecular mass volatile products of wood pyrolysis, which readily condense at ambient temperature. With a far higher carbon content than the parent wood (% carbon vs. % carbon), and nearly negligible sulfur content, the solid residue ("char", "charcoal") has traditionally been the prized fuel of agrarian communities.

Lab-scale pyrolysis experiments with weathered CCA treated wood chips have been performed and the influence of particle size, residence time (10–40 min), heating rate (5–20 °C/min), temperature (– °C) and pressure (0 bar, 5 bar) has been investigated.

Few data, covering the pyrolysis of weathered wood was found in the literature and the literature data on pyrolysis. Low-temperature pyrolysis offers a feasible option for wood waste management and the recovery of a variety of useful chemicals.

In this study, the effect of chromated copper arsenate (CCA) wood preservatives on the yield and composition of various pyrolysis products was investigated over the temperature range of °C.

Bio-oils were produced within a fast pyrolysis microreactor at ° C from Pinus taeda (Loblolly pine) with varying residence times. This study has considered six residence times, evaluating the products of the reaction between 10 s and s.

The collected bio-oils and solids were analyzed for their calorific values and by: the first pyrolysis reactions of the wood.

In Table 2 the yields of the five volatile products detected by FTIR are compared with the weight loss in the wood and it is evident that s of the total volatile material from the wood was condensed before reaching the FTIR cell.

1 1 A REVIEW OF THE TOXICITY OF BIOMASS PYROLYSIS LIQUIDS FORMED AT LOW TEM:PERATURES by James P. Diebold Biomass Fast Pyrolysis Consultant Thermalchemie, Inc. 57 N. Yank Way Lakewood, COUSA [email protected] () Yield of tar from untreated wood and CCA-treated wood pretreated with H3PO4 71 Yield of char from untreated wood a nd CCA-treated wood pr etreated with H 3 PO 4 71 Yield of some carbohydrate derived products in pyrolysis tar from untreated wood.

iv List of Publications 1. Agarwal, M., Tardio, J., Venkata Mohan, S., Biohydrogen production from kitchen based vegetable waste: effect of pyrolysis temperature File Size: 3MB. Characterization of Low-Temperature Pyrolysis and Separation of Cr, Cu and As Compounds of CCA-treated Wood CCA (Chromated Copper Arsenate) 처리 목재의 저온 열분해와 CC.Biochar, form of charcoal made from animal wastes and plant residues (such as wood chips, leaves, and husks) that undergo pyrolysis, a process that rapidly decomposes organic material through anaerobic heating.A technique practiced for many centuries by tribes of the Amazon Rainforest, the production of biochar is traditionally used in land-clearing activities and soil .(P=1–5× Pa, HR=5–40K/min, T=–K) on the yields and on the chemical and phys-ical properties of gaseous and solid products.

In this paper the effect of temperature at constant pressure Giudicianni et al. / Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis () – Fig. 1. 3D view of the reactor for the study of the.