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Ponomarev, Dmitrij Andreevich; Spitsyn, Andrei Aleksandrovich; Maksimuk, Iurii Vladimirovich; Mettee, Howard; Gorelkin, Evgenii (2015)
Publisher: Altai State University
Journal: Khimiia rastitel'nogo syr'ia (Chemistry of plant raw material)
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: biofuels; calorific value
Fractional distillation of industrial wood pyrolitic tar in the temperature range 125–265 °C was performed and highest heat of combustion for each fraction was determined by combustion bomb calorimetry. It was demonstrated that multidimentional analysis method could reveal a good correlation with r = 0,99 between calorific value and Near-IR-spectra characteristics which were recorded for each fraction. Application of this method to a large-scale production of wood pyrolytic biofuels could serve as a new analytic method for fuel calorific value determination.
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