TYPE DISTRIBUTION RELATED TO PYROLYSIS TECHNOLOGY

Authors

  • Ieva Meļehina Rēzeknes Tehnoloģiju akadēmija
  • Edmunds Teirumnieks Rēzeknes Tehnoloģiju akadēmija

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17770/het2018.22.3621

Keywords:

Pyrolysis, tire waste, Pyrolysis reactors

Abstract

Recycling operations for scrap tire waste are of great concern to humankind. An urgent problem today is the lack of information about the importance of recycling for climate mitigation. Every year, the sheer product of tire and its heterogeneous composition prompts people to promote the principles of new technology introduction. The study assessed the importance of processing in relation to the composition of final products obtained at the end of the pyrolysis plant's operational process. [2] During the process, four types of starprints are created, each with different functions. The resulting intermediate principles relate to energy sources and chemicals that are analyzed every time after acquisition. Tailor-made final products The goal of the work is increasingly being sought, seeking new adaptations to develop the performance of Pyrolysis reactors, which recycles end-of-life tires. Emissions of air pollutants have been evaluated. Pyrolysis final product yields with improved machine capacity.

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Published

2018-04-25

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Section

Environmental protection, engineering