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Were you able to gather data of the performance of every component of your system with the use of your software of choice? And if yes, may I know what software you used for this presentation? Thank you very much in advance.
Any chance you can cover the catalysts for turning syngas into other things? Or even how to compress it to a liquid
Thanks for uploading. this is very useful!
Thanks for sharing this information
Incredible animation, it is easy to understand. I think i am going to put it in my lecture class. Thanks for uploading it.
Is it a fluidized bed reactor ?
good video. what software did you use in simulation. Thanks
Пиролиз идет без доступа кислорода воздуха. Это просто красивый ролик.
I’m looking forward to this technology spreading. I have heard that biomass, particularly wood, yields dioxins during combustion. Is this true?
very well described....
is biocrude the same as syncrude from biomass reactions? please i need an answer 😅
What software do you use to make this? I'm a ChemE major and this seems fun to do.
In my mechanical engineering final year project we designed a system of heat exchangers to condense that Biogas produced into Bio-oil after this Biomass Pyrolysis. Interesting video!
thank you for the video,
Is it not likely that Japanese knotweed would be excellent for biomass since it can be dried cheap and easily on the air?? I have a feeling also that more interesting chemicals should be formed out of the gas if the product had defined constant properties, like with briquettes of Japanese knotweed. I am obsessed now with the plant because it could capture a lot of CO2 if we "let if grow" Of course it must be stopped too if necessary.
BOM DIA! Pra mim é uma honra esta aqui te prestigiando, vamos sempre juntos somar e fortalecer nossos trabalhos, eu já estou por aqui,,
How is oxygen removed during pyrolysis? Is it substituted with an inert gas or is pyrolysis just another way of saying that you are operating under vacuum conditions
Very nice video, explained well....
Why would you do this instead of burning the wood directly? Or composting it?