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carbonisation

The conversion of an organic compound to carbon or to a carbonic residue, by pyrolysis (charring) or destructive distillation.
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In Figure 1, schematic diagram of the experimental apparatus for carbonisation of the coal (or wood chips) is shown.
Wood vinegar is a liquid byproduct obtained from the carbonisation process by cooling the smoke emissions with air or water.
"Part of the energy you're releasing by burning it is then used to dry it, whereas with hydrothermal carbonisation, you can take wet waste and, while you need some energy to heat it up a bit, you can use the heat as it decomposes to feed the production process."
The dehydrogenation reactions are concluded at 200 to 270 [degrees]C, the carbonisation yield increases appreciably without restricting the ability of the subsequent graphitisation (Kolar et al., 1995).
The overall conclusion of the test is that, while glass still offers the best performance in terms of preventing carbonisation loss, AmGuard[TM] multi-layer PET containers compete very effectively over a six month period.
To this end, the operational properties of the carbonisation device were examined, and C[O.sub.2] emissions and carbon stabilised as charcoal within the life cycle of bagasse charcoal were calculated.
While pyrolysis is based on carbonisation of dry feedstock under [O.sub.2]-free conditions, low-temperature HTC consists of treatment of a mixture of biomass and water at temperatures in the range 170-300[degrees]C, under pressure (Sevilla and Fuertes 2009a, 2009b; Hu et al.
QUICKLY raise to a high 45-degree angle and pour right down the centre of the glass - down the side will trap the natural carbonisation and results in a flat, gassy tasting beer
Duncan Ayscough celebrates the fluid lines of the vessel which are then exposed to a range of surface carbonisation techniques.
Tenders are invited for Particularscleaning & De- carbonisation of copper winding wirere insulation with t p covering of both primary & Secondary coil of all three phasesinsulation material cost complete rewinding and coil making charge of all limbs of three phasetransportation charge
QUICKLY raise to a high 45-degree angle and pour right down the centre of the glass - down the side will traps the natural carbonisation and results in a flat, gassy tasting beer
A further enhancement of this could be a carbonisation section which allows the user to produce carbonated water.