Production And Energy Characterisation of Briquettes: Produced With Agroforestable Waste Cotton And Wood Saws For Burning In Steam Generator For Process
MLA Style: Rafael Santos de Castro, Tiago Bittencourt Nazaré, Patricia Wernek Silva de Oliveira "Production And Energy Characterisation of Briquettes: Produced With Agroforestable Waste Cotton And Wood Saws For Burning In Steam Generator For Process" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 67.11 (2019):128-132.
APA Style:Rafael Santos de Castro, Tiago Bittencourt Nazaré, Patricia Wernek Silva de Oliveira. Production And Energy Characterisation of Briquettes: Produced With Agroforestable Waste Cotton And Wood Saws For Burning In Steam Generator For Process International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 67(11),128-132.
Millions of tons of lignocellulosic waste generated in Brazil that could be applied to energy generation, has as its main destination this incorporation in the soil. Given the need to evaluate the energy potential of these wastes, the present work has as objective the production and the energetic characterization of briquettes produced from cotton wastes from the preparation of impurities removal material from a textile industry and sawdust residues. from the furniture industries both in the Mata Mineira region under different formulations for comparison purposes. The formulations analyzed were: T1 (60/40) and T2 (40/60), respectively, T3 (100% cotton residue), T4 (100% sawdust residue). Biomass characterization was performed by apparent density, immediate analysis, calorific value and mechanical resistance of briquettes. The results of the energy characterization indicated higher energy potential of T3 and T4 samples than in the other samples, especially their volatile content, fixed carbon and calorific value. The mechanical strength of the briquettes was higher in the tests performed with those composed by a mixture of 100% cotton waste and 100% wood sawdust. Finally, it was concluded that cotton waste can be used in the briquetting process having good mechanical and physical-chemical characteristics, and can be a great source of renewable raw material to subsidize the generation of energy distributed in the national energy matrix.
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