Pyrolysis and Supercritical Water Conversion of Pine Pinus Sylvestris Ingredients

H. Luik, L. Luik, V. Palu & H. Tamvelius
Wood, bark, needles and cones as pine Pinus sylvestris lignocellulosic ingredients rich in oxygen were submitted to the thermochemical conversion using Fischer assay pyrolysis (FAP) and supercritical water conversion (SWC) methods to compare the yield and composition of the liquid, gaseous and solid products. The liquid product obtained as condensable volatiles in FAP and solvent solubles in an autoclave resulting from SWC. The shares of oil soluble in water, benzene and acetone were determined. FAP...