Technical science and innovation


The research is devoted to improving the technology of obtaining alternative types of energy carriers by applying methods of pyrolysis of unclaimed types of solid domestic wastes of biological origin, which also allow solving the tasks of improving the ecological situation in the places of formation. The practical value and relevance of this research lies in the development of advanced technology for obtaining alternative fuels. The proposed pyrolysis unit allows producing gaseous and liquid hydrocarbons in a continuous cycle. In the atmosphere of the gasifying agent (air, oxygen, water vapor, carbon dioxide or their mixture), the gasification process is primarily performed in vortex reactors or fluidized bed furnaces at temperatures of 600-1100°C. Accordingly, the production (extraction) of AT from them requires pre-treatment, often quite serious: separation, grinding, mixing, drying, etc., which ultimately guarantees the consistency of its composition and quality.

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