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before transportation Straw burning requires a specific technology There are four basic types of straw burners: (a) those that accept shredded, loose straw; (b) burners that use densified straw products such as pellets, briquettes, or cubes, and straw logs; (c) small, square bale burners and; (d) round bale burners To be suitable for heat and electricity production straw should not have a large content of moisture, preferably not more than 20 percent as the moisture reduces the boiler efficiency Also straw color as well as straw chemistry should be considered before burning as it indicates the quality of the straw The agro-industrial residues are by-products of the postharvest processes of crops such as cleaning, threshing, sieving, and crushing These could be in the form of husk, dust, and straw Furthermore, the quantity of agricultural residues produced differs from crop to crop and is affected by soil type and irrigation conditions Production of agricultural residues is directly related to the corresponding crop production and ratio between the main crop produce and the residues, which varies from crop to crop and, at times, with the variety of the seeds in one crop itself Thus, for known amounts of crop production, it may be possible to estimate the amounts of agricultural residues produced using the residue-to-crop ratio Most crop or agricultural residues are not found throughout the year but are available only at the time of harvest The amount available depends upon the harvesting time, storage-related characteristics, and the storage facility
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923 Pyrolysis Pyrolysis is a medium temperature method which produces gas, oil, and char from crops which can then be further processed into useful fuels or feedstock (Boateng et al, 2007) Pyrolysis is often considered to be the gasification of biomass in the absence of oxygen However, the chemistry of each process may differ significantly In general, biomass does not gasify as easily as coal, and it produces other hydrocarbon compounds in the gas mixture exiting the gasifier; this is especially true when no oxygen is used As a result, typically an extra step must be taken to reform these hydrocarbons with a catalyst to yield a clean syngas mixture of hydrogen, carbon monoxide, and carbon dioxide Fast pyrolysis is a thermal decomposition process that occurs at moderate temperatures with a high heat transfer rate to the biomass particles and a short hot vapor residence time in the reaction zone Several reactor configurations have been shown to assure this condition and to achieve yields of liquid product as high as 75 percent based on the starting dry biomass weight They include bubbling fluid beds, circulating and transported beds, cyclonic reactors, and ablative reactors Fast pyrolysis of biomass produces a liquid product (Fig 91), pyrolysis oil or bio-oil that can be readily stored and transported Pyrolysis oil is a renewable liquid fuel and can also be used for production of chemicals Fast pyrolysis has now achieved a commercial
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Catalytic conversion to hydrogen (optional) Biomass Pyrolysis 550 C, no O2 Vapors Condensation Liquids Power generation or chemical separation
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FIGURE 91
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success for production of chemicals and is being actively developed for producing liquid fuels Pyrolysis oil has been successfully tested in engines, turbines, and boilers, and has been upgraded to high quality hydrocarbon fuels In the 1990s several fast pyrolysis technologies reached near-commercial status and the yields and properties of the generated liquid product, bio-oil, depend on the feedstock, the process type and conditions, and the product collection efficiency (http://www1eere energygov/biomass/pyrolysishtml) Direct hydrothermal liquefaction involves converting biomass to an oily liquid by contacting the biomass with water at elevated temperatures (300 350 C) with sufficient pressure to maintain the water primarily in the liquid phase (12 20 MPa) for residence times up to 30 minutes Alkali may be added to promote organic conversion The primary product is an organic liquid with reduced oxygen content (about 10 percent) and the primary by-product is water containing soluble organic compounds (http://www1eereenergygov/ biomass/pyrolysishtml) The importance of the provisions for the supply of feedstocks as crops and other biomass are often underestimated since it is assumed that the supplies are inexhaustible While this may be true over the long-term, short-term supply of feedstocks can be as much a risk as any venture
924 Anaerobic Digestion Anaerobic digestion is a natural process and is the microbiologic conversion of organic matter to methane in the absence of oxygen (Fig 92) The decomposition is caused by natural bacterial action in various stages and occurs in a variety of natural anaerobic environments, including water sediment, water-logged soils, natural hot springs, ocean thermal vents, and the stomach of various animals (eg, cows) The digested organic matter resulting from the anaerobic digestion process is usually called digestate Symbiotic groups of bacteria perform different functions at different stages of the digestion process There are four basic types of microorganisms involved Hydrolytic bacteria break down complex organic wastes into sugars and amino acids Fermentative bacteria then convert those products into organic acids Acidogenic microorganisms convert the
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