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Properties of char produced from pyrolysis of southern pine



Properties of char produced from pyrolysis of southern pine



Wood and Fiber Science 17(4): 553-563



Bench scale pyrolyses were carried out on southern pine at conditions of 250, 350, 400, 500, and 800 degrees C for 1, 2, and 4 h in a flowing nitrogen atmosphere at flow rates of 135 and 405 ml/min. Data are presented on the properties of the chars produced. Results of oxygen bomb calorimetry, density measurements, C and H analyses, and gravimetric yields were statistically analysed to determine the influence of process conditions on char properties.

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