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Analysis of Methanol Production from Biomass Gasification

01-Feb-2011 | Feng, W.; Ji, P.; Chen, B.; Zheng, D., Chemical Engineering & Technology, 2011

Abstract A biomass‐based methanol production process was investigated. The process consists of a biomass gasifier, steam reformer, and methanol synthesis reactor as the main units. Reactors were simulated by applying the kinetic models previously developed and the process was analyzed based on ...

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Studies on screening of higher γ-aminobutyric acid-producing Monascus and optimization of fermentative parameters

10-Jan-2011 | Donghua Jiang, Hao ji, Yan Ye, Jiaheng Hou, European Food Research and Technology, 2011

γ-Aminobutyric acid (GABA), a hypotensive agent, can be produced by Monascus spp. Two hundred and fifteen GABA-producing Monascus strains were isolated from fermented bean curd and red-mold rice. The strain M6 with the highest production level of GABA (3.657 g/L) was isolated from fermented bean ...

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Crystallization process analysis for Se0.95In0.05 and Se0.90In0.10 chalcogenide glasses using the contemporary isoconversional models

25-Nov-2010 | M. F. Kotkata, Sh. A. Mansour, Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, 2010

Carrying out crystallization studies for both Se0.95In0.05 and Se0.90In0.10 chalcogenide glasses under non-isothermal conditions at different heating rates, it was realized that a rate controlling process occurs where random nucleation of one- to two-dimensional growth is accompanied with the ...

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Parameters effects on the surface morphology and structure of Nd:YAG nanopowders synthesized by co-precipitation method

16-Sep-2010 | S. Arabgari, R. Malekfar, K. Motamedi, Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 2010

In recent years, many attempts are made to produce Nd:YAG rods from its nanopowders instead of single crystals because of difficulties and complications of the crystal growth. The quality of new rods is strongly depended on the grain size and agglomeration amount of primary nanopowders. ...

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Design and Test of a Selective Noncatalytic Reduction (SNCR) System for Full-Scale Refinery CO Boilers To Achieve High NOx Removal

15-Jun-2010 | Wei Zhou; Antonio Marquez; David Moyeda; Santosh Nareddy; Jennifer Frato; Guanghui Yu; Sigbjørn Knarvik; Vidar ..., Energy & Fuels, 2010

Selective noncatalytic reduction technology (SNCR) is an effective and economical method of reducing NOx emissions from a wide range of industrial combustion systems. It is widely known that the SNCR process is primarily effective in a narrow temperature window, around 900−1000 °C, and that high ...

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Model identification of a twin screw extruder for thermoplastic vulcanizate (TPV) applications

01-Jun-2010 | Trifkovic, M.; Sheikhzadeh, M.; Choo, K.; Rohani, S., Polymer Engineering and Science, 2010

Multi-input multi-output (MIMO) models of a twin-screw co-rotating extruder for thermoplastic vulcanizate (TPV) are developed using the process identification techniques. The process inputs are screw speed (SS) and barrel temperature (WT). The three outputs are motor load (ML), melt temperature ...

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