scrap tyre pyrolysis: Topics by WorldWideScience.org
According to the results, 475 °C is an appropriate temperature for the pyrolysis of waste tyres, given that it ensures total devolatilisation of tyre rubber and a high TPO yield, 58.2 wt.%. Moreover, the quality of the oil is optimum at…
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In an extractive distillation method for separating hafniuim tetrachloride from zirconium tetrachloride of the type wherein a mixture of zirconium and hafnium tetrachlorides is introduced into an extractive distillation column, which…
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Why pyrolysis and 'plastic to fuels' is not a solution to the…
Energy engineer Dr Andrew Rollinson outlines why pyrolysis and 'plastic to fuels' is not a sustainable solution to the plastics problem.