Biorefinery - Thermochemical Conversion of Biomass I

Wednesday, November 10, 2010: 12:30 PM
150 C Room (Salt Palace Convention Center)

Description:
Thermochemical conversion of biomass is a key step leading to efficient biofuels. Forest based biomass is of particular interest in this session.


Sponsor:
Forest and Plant Bioproducts Division
Co-Sponsor(s):
Transport and Energy Processes (07), Emerging Energy Processes (07C), New Challenges in Enhanced Heat Transfer (07H), Alternate Fuels and New Technology (16D), Sustainable Biorefineries (23B)


Chair:
Sunkyu Park
Email: sunkyu_park@ncsu.edu

Co-Chair:
Akwasi A. (Kwesi) Boateng
Email: Akwasi.boateng@ars.usda.gov

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.



12:30 PM

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12:55 PM
(452b) Fast Pyrolysis of Lignocellulosic Biomass to Produce Biooil and Biochar: Parameter Optimization and Physicochemical Analysis of Them
Kwang Ho Kim, In Yong Eom, Sun Joo Moon, Tai Seung Kim, Soomin Lee, Hwanmyeong Yeo, In Gyu Choi and Joon Weon Choi


1:20 PM
(452c) Types of Carbon in Biochars From Slow Pyrolysis, Fast Pyrolysis and Gasification
Catherine E. Brewer, Robert C. Brown and Klaus Schmidt-Rohr



2:10 PM
(452e) Effect of Torrefaction on the Fast Pyrolysis Using Forest Resources
Jiajia Meng, Sunkyu Park, David Tilotta and Junyeong Park

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2:35 PM
(452f) Liquid and Solid Products of Liquid Phase-Pyrolysis
Nikolaus Schwaiger, Verena Mertlitz, Kerstin Zahel, Peter Pucher, Edgar Ahn and M. Siebenhofer
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