Feedstock Recycling And Pyrolysis Of Waste Plastics Pdf
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Each of these conferences focused on special issues covered by the Journal of Material Cycles and Waste Management. The topics included thermal processes with and without catalysts, wet processes in various solvents, the dehydrochlorination of PVC, mechanical recycling and separation techniques, as well as the treatment of biomaterials.
- Feedstock Recycling and Pyrolysis of Waste Plastics
- Feedstock recycling of waste polymers by thermal cracking in molten metal: thermodynamic analysis
- Feedstock recycling of waste polymeric material
- Catalytic Pyrolysis of Plastic Waste: Moving Toward Pyrolysis Based Biorefineries
Feedstock Recycling and Pyrolysis of Waste Plastics
Feedstock recycling of waste polymers by thermal cracking in molten metal: thermodynamic analysis
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Feedstock recycling of waste polymeric material
Catalytic Pyrolysis of Plastic Waste: Moving Toward Pyrolysis Based Biorefineries
Waste plastics contribute to serious environmental and social problems, such as the loss of natural resources, environmental pollution, and depletion of landfill space, but they also create demands on the environmentally-oriented part of the society. Feedstock recycling of scrap polymers by thermal and chemical methods is well known and environmentally accepted. The paper presents the results of thermodynamic analysis of the conversion of polyolefins in a fuel-like mixture of hydrocarbons using thermal cracking in a new type of tubular reactor with molten metal. Evaluation of the efficiency of the process was based on exergy calculations. Calculated exergy efficiency was ca. It means that feedstock recycling of waste is better from an energetic and environmental point of view than other processes, particularly incineration.
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Pyrolysis based biorefineries have great potential to convert waste such as plastic and biomass waste into energy and other valuable products, to achieve maximum economic and environmental benefits. In this study, the catalytic pyrolysis of different types of plastics wastes PS, PE, PP, and PET as single or mixed in different ratios, in the presence of modified natural zeolite NZ catalysts, in a small pilot scale pyrolysis reactor was carried out. The gas chromatography-mass spectrometry GC-MS analysis of oil showed a mixture of aromatics, aliphatic and other hydrocarbon compounds. FT-IR results showed clear peaks of aromatic compounds in all liquid oil samples with some peaks of alkanes that further confirmed the GC-MS results. The liquid oil has a high heating value HHV range of Plastic waste production and consumption is increasing at an alarming rate, with the increase of the human population, rapid economic growth, continuous urbanization, and changes in life style.
PDF | Recycling of waste plastics is essential for reducing environmental degradation and ensuring future resource security. The quantity of.