Combustion of bioslurry and its fractions: Different contributions to PM10 emission
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© 2018 Combustion Institute. All Rights Reserved. Bioslurry and its three fractions, i.e. filtered-oil, filtered-tar, and filtered-char, were sent into a lab-scaled drop-tube-furnace (DTF) system for combustion and PM10 collection, respectively. The filtered-char, filtered-oil and filtered-tar fractions contributes 51, 30 and 19% of the total PM10 during bioslurry combustion. The filtered-char fraction contributes to 68% of the total PM1-10 emission while the filtered-oil fraction contributes to 35% of the total PM1 emission and 30% of the total PM1-10 emission during bioslurry combustion.
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