Progress in Thermochemical Biomass Conversion

Progress in Thermochemical Biomass Conversion

Editor(s): A. V. Bridgwater

Published Online: 7 APR 2008

Print ISBN: 9780632055333

Online ISBN: 9780470694954

DOI: 10.1002/9780470694954

About this Book

This book is for chemical engineers, fuel technologists, agricultural engineers and chemists in the world-wide energy industry and in academic, research and government institutions. It provides a thorough review of, and entry to, the primary and review literature surrounding the subject. The authors are internationally recognised experts in their field and combine to provide both commercial relevance and academic rigour. Contributions are based on papers delivered to the Fifth International Conference sponsored by the IEA Bioenergy Agreement.

Table of contents

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  1. Part 1: Gasification

    1. Chapter 8

      Characterisation Method of Biomass Ash for Gasification (pages 122–136)

      A. Moilanen, J. Laatikainen-Luntama, E. Kurkela, L. H. Sørensen and T. E. Gustafsson

    2. Chapter 11

      Guideline for Sampling and Analysis of Tars and Particles in Biomass Producer Gases (pages 162–175)

      J.P.A. Neeft, H.A.M. Knoef, G.J. Buffinga, U. Zielke, K. Sjöström, C. Brage, P. Hasler, P.A. Smell, M. Suomalainen, M.A. Dorrington and C. Greil

    3. Chapter 42

      Ammonia Formation and NOx, Emissions, with Various Biomass and Waste Fuels at the Vämamo 18 MWth IGCC Plant (pages 524–535)

      Barbara Goldschmidt, Nader Padban, Michael Cannon, Greg Kelsall, Magnus Neergaard, Krister Ståhl and Ingemar Odenbrand

  2. Part 2: Combustion

    1. Chapter 59

      Combustion Processes in a Biomass Fuel Bed-Experimental Results (pages 743–757)

      Marie Rönnbäck, Monica Axell, Lennart Gustavsson, Henrik Thunman and Bo Lecher

    2. Chapter 76

      Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons Associated to Particle Size Emitted from Biomass Fluidised Bed Combustion (pages 929–940)

      F. Sáez, A. Cabañas, A. González, R. Escalada, J.M. Martinez, J.J. Rodriguez-Maroto, J.L. Dorronsoro, F. Gómez and D. Saenz

  3. Part 3: Pyrolysis

    1. Chapter 91

      The Pyrolysis Kinetics of a Single Wood Particle (pages 1129–1142)

      K. O. Davidsson, J. B. C Pettersson, M. Bellais, T. Liliedahl and K. Sjöström

    2. Chapter 92

      Dynamics and Products of Wood Pyrolysis (pages 1143–1157)

      Colomba Di Blasi, Carmen Branca, Antonio Santoro, Elier Gonzalez Hernandez and Raul Alberto Perez Bermudez

    3. Chapter 95

      New Prospects for Biocarbons (pages 1179–1185)

      Michael Jerry Antal, Xiangfeng Dai, Brent Shimizu, Man S. Tam and Morten Grømli

    4. Chapter 105

      Rotating Cone Bio-Oil Production and Applications (pages 1268–1280)

      B.M. Wagenaar, R.H. Venderbosch, J. Carrasco, R. Strenziok and B.J. van der Aa

    5. Chapter 108

      Thermal Efficiency of the HTU® Process for Biomass Liquefaction (pages 1312–1325)

      F. Goudnaan, B. van de Beld, F.R. Boerefijn, G.M. Bos, J.E. Naber, S. van der Wal and J.A. Zeevalkink

    6. Chapter 131

      Co-Firing of Bio-Oil with Simultaneous SOx, and NOx, Reduction (pages 1586–1602)

      R.H. Venderbosch, B.M. Wagenaar, E. Gansekoele, S. Sotirchos and H.D.T. Moss

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