pyrolysis

Study on the Composition and Properties of Pyrolysis Pyrocondensate of Used Tires

A low-temperature pyrolysis, the target product of which is pyrocondensate, is one of the options for the recycling usedtires. The fractional composition and properties of pyrocondensate of rubber waste pyrolysis obtained at an industrial plant have been studied. The pyrocondensate was separated into gasoline, diesel fraction and residue. The composition and properties of obtained productswere determined using X-ray fluorescence analysis and IR spectroscopic studies.

COMPOSITION AND PROPERTIES OF PYROCONDENSATE OF PYROLYSIS WEAR TIRES

One of the options for the disposal of worn car tires is low-temperature pyrolysis, the target product of which is pyrocondensate. The fractional composition and properties of pyrocondensate of pyrolysis of rubber waste obtained at an industrial plant are studied. The pyrocondensate was separated into gasoline and diesel fraction and residue. The composition and properties of these fractions have been studied in detail. X-ray fluorescence analysis and IR spectroscopic studies of pyrocondensate and narrow fractions isolated from it were performed. 

ANALYSIS OF THE MAIN METHODS OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT

The world's growing population and, as a result, higher consumption of goods and services have led to a rapid increase in municipal solid waste. This situation creates serious environmental problems that require clear strategies for managing this waste. Improving the efficiency of recycling to restore quality materials, saving resources and maintaining waste in landfills are among the most pressing problems of our time.

Biofuel characterization and pyrolysis kinetics of acacia mangium

The study seeks to proffer practical solutions to the sustainable waste management of Acacia mangium leaves (AML) and explore its solid biofuel (SBF) potential through thermochemical valorization. Consequently, the physicochemical, thermal and kinetic properties of AML were examined using elemental, proximate, bomb calorimetric, thermogravimetric (TG-DTG), and Kissinger kinetic analyses. The results revealed AML possesses high content of carbon, volatile matter, and fixed carbon but low moisture and ash content.

Structuring and Electric Conductivity of Polymer Composites Pyrolysed at High Temperatures

On the basis of mixes of phenolformaldehide and epoxy resins at the presence of some silicon organic compounds and fiber glasses annealed in vacuum and hydrogen media the new conductive monolithic materials have been created. Conductive, magnetic and some other properties of these materials were investigated. It was established experimentally that the obtained products are characterized by semiconductive properties, the level of conductivity and conductive type of which are regulated by selection of technological methods.

Synthesis of Activated Carbon from Cocos Nucifera Leaves Agrowaste by Chemical Activation Method

Activated carbon from Cocos nucifera leaves agrowaste was derived. The effect of impregnation ratio was studied by chemical activation method using phosphoric acid as an activating agent. Activated carbon was produced at the activation temperature of 673 K by slow pyrolysis. Nitrogen adsorption isotherms study was performed. Effect of impregnation ratio on the yield, methylene blue number, iodine number, and acid adsorption was studied. The FT-IR spectra show the presence of activated carbon. The TGA investigation reveals that activated carbon is thermally stable at 723 K.

Niobium Oxide as Catalyst for the Pyrolysis of Polypropylene and Polyethylene Plastic Waste

In the present work, the pyrolysis of polypropylene and polyethylene was evaluated with and without the addition of niobium oxide as catalyst by means of thermogravimetric analysis and experiments in a glass reactor. The results revealed that niobium oxide performed well in the pyrolysis of both polypropylene and polyethylene separately. For the mixture of polypropylene with polyethylene, the catalyst reduced the pyrolysis time.