Biomass pyrolysis in a Bubbling Fluidized Bed : Effect of biomass composition and reactor temperature

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June 16-21, 2019


Flash pyrolysis of two types of woody biomass (Pine Wood, PW, and Green Wastes, GW) was carried out in a Bubbling Fluidized Bed of olivine particles between 700°C and 850°C. Experiments were conducted in a laboratory scale reactor (height of 2.5 m and internal diameter of 0.214 m) with continuous fuel feeding. Products distribution was determined through a global approach: incondensable gases yield were measured with an online microGC, condensable products yield, obtained by tar protocol, were quantified using GC-MS and Karl-Fischer titration and char yield was determined through high temperature combustion of the accumulated char at the end of each experiment.

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