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Title: Catalytic mixed pyrolysis of bagasse and polystyrene using chemically treated fly ash catalyst
Authors: Singh, R.K.
K, Likhitha
C., Suresh
Keywords: Bagasse
Fly ash
Issue Date: Sep-2019
Citation: 35th National Convention of Chemical Engineers on the Food Energy Water Nexus Challenges for Chemical engineers (NCCE 2019) Guwahati , India, 6-7 September 2019
Abstract: Bioenergy has been widely accepted with the potential to deliver a significant portion in projected renewable energy provisions of the future. Pyrolysis of plastics mixed with biomass found to reduce the adverse effects of plastic recycling on the environment. The present work was carried out to produce high-grade pyrolytic oil from a mixture of biomass, plastic and modified fly ash. The resultant oil obtained from non-catalytic mixed pyrolysis of sugarcane bagasse (SB) and polystyrene (PS) were chemically comparedusing FTIR spectrum with the oil of catalytic co-pyrolysis. The oil yield was also improved from 58 to 63.2 % with catalytic copyrolysis when compared with non-catalytic copyrolysis.
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