The general aim of this study is the valorisation of Automotive Shredder Residue (ASR) via pyrolysis. Tar, the condensable gases obtained in the pyrolysis process, is an interesting alternative fuel. Thus, the pyrolysis process was investigated in order to maximize the tar yield. The design of experiment approach was used to plan a series of experiments and to identify which operating variables influence the yield of the process. Temperature and carrier gas flow proved to be significant factors affecting the yield, while the influence of ASR light fraction amount pyrolysed was negligible. In the experimental domain, the maximum response was obtained at 500 °C and 100 mL/min

Anzano, M., Collina, E., Piccinelli, E., Lasagni, M. (2017). Pyrolysis of automotive shredder residue light fraction: Maximization of the tar yield using design of experiment. IOP CONFERENCE SERIES. EARTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, 64(1) [10.1088/1755-1315/64/1/012067].

Pyrolysis of automotive shredder residue light fraction: Maximization of the tar yield using design of experiment

ANZANO, MANUELA NADIA
Primo
;
COLLINA, ELENA MARIA
;
PICCINELLI, ELSA
Penultimo
;
LASAGNI, MARINA
Ultimo
2017

Abstract

The general aim of this study is the valorisation of Automotive Shredder Residue (ASR) via pyrolysis. Tar, the condensable gases obtained in the pyrolysis process, is an interesting alternative fuel. Thus, the pyrolysis process was investigated in order to maximize the tar yield. The design of experiment approach was used to plan a series of experiments and to identify which operating variables influence the yield of the process. Temperature and carrier gas flow proved to be significant factors affecting the yield, while the influence of ASR light fraction amount pyrolysed was negligible. In the experimental domain, the maximum response was obtained at 500 °C and 100 mL/min
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ASR light fluff, pyrolysis, tar, design of experiment
English
International Symposium on Resource Exploration and Environmental Science, REES 2017; Ordos; China; 14 April 2017 through 16 April 2017
Anzano, M., Collina, E., Piccinelli, E., Lasagni, M. (2017). Pyrolysis of automotive shredder residue light fraction: Maximization of the tar yield using design of experiment. IOP CONFERENCE SERIES. EARTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, 64(1) [10.1088/1755-1315/64/1/012067].
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