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The Effect of Molecular Sieve Addition on the Thermal Decomposition of Japanese Cedar

M. Nakayasu 1, N. Morita 2, Y. Kawabata 2, T. Wajima 2, and H. Nakagome 2
1. Department of Science and Technology, Tokyo Metropolitan Tama High School of Science and Technology, Tokyo, Japan
2. Department of Urban Environment System, Chiba University, Japan
Abstract—The catalysis of Japanese cedar pyrolysis by 13X or 4Å molecular sieves at low temperatures has been investigated. Japanese cedar was placed in a glass reactor and heated to 450°C under a nitrogen atmosphere to promote thermal decomposition. The flammable gas component, condensed wood vinegar, soluble gas component, and residue were examined. The gases detected included CH4, C3H6, C3H8, and CO2. The amount of combustible gases generated increased when thermal decomposition was undertaken with the addition of 13X molecular sieves. Moreover, tar was not generated when 13X molecular sieves were added.
Index Terms—molecular sieves, thermal decomposition, biomass

Cite: M. Nakayasu, N. Morita, Y. Kawabata, T. Wajima, and H. Nakagome, "The Effect of Molecular Sieve Addition on the Thermal Decomposition of Japanese Cedar," International Journal of Food Engineering, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 103-107, December 2016. doi: 10.18178/ijfe.2.2.103-107
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