Bed chars from the co-gasification of rice wastes: chemical and ecotoxic properties

D. Dias, N Lapa, Maria Manuel Serrano Bernardo, D. Godinho, Isabel Maria de Figueiredo Ligeiro da Fonseca, H Lopes, Miguel Miranda, F. Pinto, F. Lemos

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Rice is an important crop worldwide and in Europe. Different wastes are produced in the cultivation, harvesting and processing of this crop. Rice husk (RH) and plastics are two of these wastes from rice production. RH and polyethylene (PE) were characterised for different thermal, chemical, and ecotoxic parameters. Both these wastes were submitted to gasification and co-gasification assays. Bed and cyclone chars were collected and characterised for thermal, textural, chemical and ecotoxic parameters. The chars were mainly composed by Si. Texturally, they were mainly constituted by mesopores and micropores. The bed char produced with oxygen as the gasification agent presented the best textural properties with the highest surface area and micropore volume, being interesting to be further tested as an adsorbent material.
Original languageEnglish
Pages259-263
Number of pages286
Publication statusPublished - 2015
EventMaterials and Technologies for Energy Efficiency - Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Duration: 25 Feb 201527 Feb 2015
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ConferenceMaterials and Technologies for Energy Efficiency
Abbreviated titleEMR2015
CountrySpain
CityMadrid
Period25/02/1527/02/15
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Dias, D., Lapa, N., Bernardo, M. M. S., Godinho, D., Fonseca, I. M. D. F. L. D., Lopes, H., ... Lemos, F. (2015). Bed chars from the co-gasification of rice wastes: chemical and ecotoxic properties. 259-263. Paper presented at Materials and Technologies for Energy Efficiency, Madrid, Spain.
Dias, D. ; Lapa, N ; Bernardo, Maria Manuel Serrano ; Godinho, D. ; Fonseca, Isabel Maria de Figueiredo Ligeiro da ; Lopes, H ; Miranda, Miguel ; Pinto, F. ; Lemos, F. / Bed chars from the co-gasification of rice wastes: chemical and ecotoxic properties. Paper presented at Materials and Technologies for Energy Efficiency, Madrid, Spain.286 p.
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