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Biomass fast pyrolysis: Chemistry and thermodynamics


The project, PYROKINE, aims at developing new modeling approaches adapted to one of the most promising thermochemical processes, fast pyrolysis, applied to the conversion of contaminated lignocellulosic biomass. The fast pyrolysis converts solid biomass into volatiles and a limited amount of char. The volatiles are then rapidly quenched resulting in a high yield of bio-oil, 70-75wt% of the starting material on a dry basis. The liquified biomass can be further upgraded catalytically or blended to produce new advanced biofuels. In addition to the yield, the product distribution determines their quality, and this is critically dependent on biomass type and its temperature-time history. In the present study, we propose to establish a dynamic model adaptable to the conversion of different biomass types under various pyrolysis regimes according to two research programs.
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Marion Carrier, Manel Nasfi, Malek Ajam, Laurent Cassayre, Sylvain Salvador. Biomass fast pyrolysis: Chemistry and thermodynamics. EGU21 - EGU General Assembly 2021, Apr 2021, Online, Germany. 2 p., ⟨10.5194/egusphere-egu21-2878⟩. ⟨hal-03197332⟩
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