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Publisher: Altai State University
Journal: Khimiia rastitel'nogo syr'ia (Chemistry of plant raw material)
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects: biomass (Suglans Regia L. and Corylus Avellana L.), thermal decomposition, temperature field of thermal decomposition, alkaline earth metal hydroxide Ca(OH)2, activation energy, calorific value, differential–thermal and a differential–gravimetric analysis, биомасса (Suglans Regia L. и Corylus Avellana L.), термораспад, температурная зона термораспада, гидроксид щелочно-земельного металла Ca(OH)2, энергия активации, теплотворная способность, диференциально-термический и термогравиметрический
It has been studied thermodecay process of vegetable cheese of biomass of shell of caryocarpous culture Suglans Regia L. и Corylus Avellana L. (walnut and filbert) in the presence of Ca(OH)2 and also in the atmosphere of air and carbon dioxide by the methods of differential–thermal analysis (DTA) and differential–thermogravimetric analysis (TG, DTG). Temperature field of thermodecay of biomass of shell of walnut and filbert in air atmosphere covers the temperature ranges 120–320 °C and 120–225 °C accordingly, and in CO2 atmosphere 120–225 °C and 120–200 °C. In the presence of Ca(OH)2 in both mediums the temperature field thermodecay of biomass of shell of walnut and filbert shifts towards low temperature and covers the temperature range at average 110–280 °C in air atmosphere , in CO2 – 80–225 °С and temperature of pyrolysis is decreased at average 60 °C.
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