ThermalNet was the latest thermal biomass conversion network to be carried out on an European basis.
In addition to continuing work of earlier networks on pyrolysis and later pyrolysis and gasification, ThermalNet included combustion and hence covered all thermal biomass conversion technologies. This handbook is an edited version of the final report of the European Commission and IEA Bioenergy sponsored Pyrolysis Network that officially finished in It provides a companion volume, the first and second handbooks published in and respectively.
As with the previous two editions, it is intended that Volume 3 will provide a useful guide both to newcomers to the subject area, as well as those already involved in research, development and implementation.
A significant feature of this third volume is the greater attention paid to wider issues concerning pyrolysis including environment, health and safety, norms and standards and marketability. Copies of the proceedings are available to buy. To purchase a copy please contact the publishers at CPL Press at:.
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The opportunity for use of bio-oil in heat and power applications across Europe have been evaluated by measuring its competitiveness to conventional alternatives. Economic competitiveness is a relative issue and the overall costs of a technology meeting a given duty should be given at the same level or lower then the overall costs of a competing technology meeting the same duty. In order to provide a measure of competitiveness, a non dimensional index c F competitiveness factor is introduced, which is defined as the ratio of the total annual cost of meeting the required duty using conventional energy to that of meeting the same duty using a purpose-built bio-oil or biomass plant:.
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It provides a companion volume to the first handbook published in and it is again intended that this will provide a useful guide both to newcomers to the subject area as well as those already involved in research, development and implementation. A significant feature of this second volume is the greater attention paid to addressing commercial issues such as marketability, transportation and safety.
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Subjects Fuel -- Thermal properties. Synthetic fuels -- Thermal properties. Summary Organizing thermograms by individual biomass components, Thermal Data for Natural and Synthetic Fuels helps engineers employ nonisothermal kinetic techniques, mathematical models, and other parameter estimation methods that facilitate the extrapolation of results obtained under various conditions Contents 1.
Overview of Thermal Analysis Methods 3. Deriving Kinetic Data from Thermal Analysis 4.
Experimental Apparatus and Data Collection 5. Pyrolysis of the Components of Biomass 6. Natural Biomass 7. Variations in Biomass 8.
Processed Biomass 9. Municipal Solid Wastes High-Carbon Solid Fuels
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