Modelling and simulation of biomass fast pyrolysis process: Kinetics, reactor, and condenser systems
Wagh, Adhirath Sanjay
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Science and Engineering
WASM: Minerals, Energy and Chemical Engineering
The research focuses on understanding implementation of multi-scale modeling and simulation of biomass fast pyrolysis process. Lumped and detailed pyrolysis kinetic models are proposed based on experimental and literature data validation. The detailed kinetics is coupled with an engineering model of bubbling fluidized bed reactor to predict pyrolysis gas and bio-oil composition. A simulation strategy to fractionally condense major pyrolysis components into distinct chemical families is proposed using ASPENPlus.
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