Influence of temperature on the distribution of oil products from Pyrolyzing palm oil waste / Mohd Suhaifizan Arifin

Arifin, Mohd Suhaifizan (2008) Influence of temperature on the distribution of oil products from Pyrolyzing palm oil waste / Mohd Suhaifizan Arifin. [Student Project] (Unpublished)

Abstract

One of disposal technologies method known as pyrolysis was
discovered as a new technologies to dispose solid waste with valuable
yield as its main product which are pyrolytic oil and char. Almost same
to incineration method which is the most popular solid waste disposal
technologies method, the only different between them is pyrolysis
consumed no oxygen or too little compare to incineration which need
the enough oxygen to incinerate all the waste. Based on this study, the
sample of biomass which was oil palm empty fruit bunch has been used
to characterize the raw and char produced sample by proximate and
ultimate analysis. Yet, the pyrolytic oil produced also has been analyzed
to identify the chemical compound presence in the sample by using
GCMS. Actually, there are many factors which affect the distribution of
oil and the char in pyrolysis process such as temperature of fixed bed
reactor, the solid residence time, particle size of biomass sample and the
gas flow rate utilized. In this project which was only to investigate the
effect of fixed bed temperature in pyrolysis process was proved that the
fixed bed temperature playing an important roles in distribution of
product yield when the product produced were different in percentage
when different temperature had been used.
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Item Type: Student Project
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Arifin, Mohd Suhaifizan
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Divisions: Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam > Faculty of Applied Sciences
Keywords: Influence of temperature, distribution, oil products, pyrolyzing palm oil waste, pyrolysis, bio oil
Date: 2008
URI: https://ir.uitm.edu.my/id/eprint/829
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