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utilization of wood waste by distillation a general consideration of the industry of wood distilling, including a description of the apparatus used and the principles involved, also methods of chemical control and disposal of the products. by Walter Benjamin Harper

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Published by Journal of Commerce Co. in St. Louis, Mo .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Wood waste

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LC ClassificationsTP996 W6 H3
The Physical Object
Pagination156,1p.
Number of Pages156
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23355007M

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The biconversion of waste to useable energy is also a part of utilization of waste, as by burning solid fuel for heat, by fermenting plant matter to produce fuel, as ethanol, or by bacterial. utilization of agarwood distillation waste in oilwell cement and its effect on free water and Available via license: CC BY Content may be subject to copyright. @article{osti_, title = {Solid waste utilization: pyrolysis}, author = {Boegly, Jr., W. J. and Mixon, W. R. and Dean, C. and Lizdas, D. J.}, abstractNote = {As a part of the Integrated Community Energy System (ICES) Program, a number of technology evaluations are being prepared on various current and emerging sources of energy. This evaluation considers the . Pyroligneous acid also called wood vinegar is an aqueous liquid produced from pyrolysis of lignocellulose waste and biomass. In general, the pyrolysis types are classified base on heating rate mainly either fast or slow pyrolysis. The characteristic and properties of wood vinegar are primarily influenced by the type of carbonaceous feedstocks as well as the production Author: Yongyuth Theapparat, Ausa Chandumpai, DamrongsakFaroongsarng.