Intermediate pyrolysis:a sustainable biomass-to-energy concept-biothermal valorisation of biomass (BtVB) process

Hornung, Andreas; Apfelbacher, Andreas and Sagi, Sudhakar (2011). Intermediate pyrolysis:a sustainable biomass-to-energy concept-biothermal valorisation of biomass (BtVB) process. Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 70 (8), pp. 664-667.

Abstract

Wastewater treatment coupled with energy crop cultivation provides an attractive source of cheap feedstock. This study reviews an advanced, closed-loop bioenergy conversion process [biothermal valorisation of biomass (BtVB)], in which pyroformer is coupled to a gasifier. BtVB process was developed at European Bioenergy Research Institute (EBRI), Aston University, UK and demonstrates an improved method for thermal conversion of ash-rich biomass.

Divisions: ASTON EPrints organisational structure > Schools_of_Study > Engineering & Applied Science > Chemical Eng & Applied Chemistry (EAS)
Related URLs:
Additional Information: Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.5 India
Uncontrolled Keywords: BtVB process,CO2 sequestration,green energy production,intermediate pyrolysis,technology development
Published Date: 2011-08

Download

[img]

Export / Share Citation


Statistics

Additional statistics for this record