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Gasification and pyrolysis production systems can be developed as mobile or stationary units. At the local or regional level, pyrolysis and gasification units can be operated by co-operatives or larger industries, and can process up to 4,000 kg of biomass per hour.What is the basic process of pyrolysis?
The basic process is called pyrolysis. Pyrolysis is the breaking down (lysis) of a material by heat (pyro). As the material is broken down, it releases gas. This is the first step in the combustion or gasification of biomass. All the processes involved in pyrolysis, gasification, and combustion can be seen in the flaming match.What is the difference between pyrolysis oil and syngas?
Both the processes have some advantages and disadvantages. Syngas is to be used as soon as possible after production, whereas pyrolysis oil can be stored for later use easy to transport. Therefore, the process is to be chosen based on the situation demands.What is the action of gasification?
The action of gasifying. transformation of a substance produced by the action of heat (chemistry) The process of transforming carbon-based materials into a mix of carbon monoxide and hydrogen that can serve as fuel. Pyrolysis is the thermal decomposition of materials at elevated temperatures in an inert atmosphere.