Disposal Municipal RDF Waste around Srinakharinwirot University by Mobile Pyrolysis
MLA Style: Ruktai Prurapark, Jirasak Thangphatthanarunggruang, Pachara Wongsaming, Audthakorn Pomloy, Chayodom Naing, Voraphan Resanond, Krisda Lengwehasatit "Disposal Municipal RDF Waste around Srinakharinwirot University by Mobile Pyrolysis" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 69.4(2021):21-26.
APA Style:Ruktai Prurapark, Jirasak Thangphatthanarunggruang, Pachara Wongsaming, Audthakorn Pomloy, Chayodom Naing, Voraphan Resanond, Krisda Lengwehasatit. Disposal Municipal RDF Waste around Srinakharinwirot University by Mobile Pyrolysis International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 69(4),21-26.
The aim of this project is to study the mobile pyrolysis plant to be used in the preparation of the operation manual for the mobile pyrolysis plant and analyze specific gravity, viscosity, hydrocarbon compounds of pyrolysis oil from municipal waste around Srinakharinwirot University in the form of RDF waste. This is to reduce the problem of municipal waste management and also add value to the municipal waste around Srinakharinwirot University, which had been through the pyrolysis process and become an oil product. From the experiment, it was found that the specific gravity of the sample oil was 0.787 with the viscosity of 3.326 centistokes (cSt) and obtain the amount of oil from the analysis of hydrocarbon compounds at the temperature range of 65-170ºC equals 92 mL, at the temperature range of 170-250ºC equals 108 mL and at the temperature range more than 250ºC in 10 minutes equals 34 mL which is close to the standard property of pyrolysis oil. Finally, the operation manual has been obtained from the study of this mobile pyrolysis plant.
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mobile pyrolysis, pyrolysis oil, RDF waste, waste treatment