[Gasification] newbie question...
maxlochangill at gmail.com
Thu Apr 2 20:01:41 MDT 2015
I am looking for a design for a pyrolysis unit to convert hay (from wheat)
Is it possible to convert the hay into bio-char with out using any external
fuel such as coal or gas?
Is it possible to use the hay as a fuel for slow pyrolysis.
please give you feed back.
On Thu, Apr 2, 2015 at 12:01 PM, Jeff Davis <jeffdavis0124 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I think Tom has a methane list somewhere. Maybe:
> Pyrolysis gas can have a lot of tar in it. What is your plans for that?
> "Once an owner has got used to charcoal gas he will never revert to the
> more expensive fuels", Geo Bray
> On Apr 1, 2015 5:43 PM, "hugh" <hugh at austrop.org.au> wrote:
>> Just joined .. and have been interested in gas from wood pyrolysisfor
>> quite a while - but also in methane from bio-digestion (small scale) .. and
>> haven't been able to find a suitable group
>> Does anybody have some suggestions?
>> (Dr) Hugh Spencer
>> Australian Tropical Research Foundation
>> Cape Tribulation Tropical Research Station
>> PMB 5 Cape Tribulation Qld.
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