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Title: Recovery of value added chemicals from waste tyre pyrolysis
Authors: Pradhan, D
Singh, R K
Keywords: Thermal pyrolysis
Waste tyre
pyrolytic oil
Issue Date: Aug-2012
Citation: 3rd International conference on solid waste management and exhibition, IconSWM 2012, 30th July to 1st August 2012, Mysore, Karnataka, India
Abstract: Thermal pyrolysis of waste bicycle tyre samples was carried out in a tubular semi batch reactor made up of stainless steel at temperature range from 450 ºC to 700 ºC. This paper studied the effect of temperature on pyrolysis of waste bicycle tyres to find the optimum temperature of maximum liquid yield. The maximum liquid yield of 49.6% was obtained at a temperature of 600 ºC and a heating rate of 20 ºCmin-1.The thermal degradation temperature of tyre samples was studied using TGA at different rate of heating in air atmosphere. The oil samples obtained at different temperature are analysed according to their fuel properties, elemental analysis and functional group presents.
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