Product Distribution and Heat for Pyrolysis of Dry Sewage Sludge

Atienza-MartÍNez, M., A. Morales, J. Ábrego, I. Fonts & G. Gea
Although pyrolysis of sewage sludge is an emerging alternative for managing this residue, the use of autogenous atmospheres has been seldom investigated, nor has been the experimental determination of the heat involved in the process. Performing pyrolysis under a self-generated atmosphere allows to reduce the energy consumption. The fact that the gas surrounding the solid is composed of the vapours produced during the pyrolysis itself could have effect on the products distribution. Different approaches have...
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