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Investigations on the use of ionic liquids for superior biomass processing
(University of Canterbury. Chemical and Process Engineering, 2011)
Biocompatible composites, generated from renewable biomass feedstock, are regarded as promising materials that could replace synthetic polymers and reduce global dependence on fossil fuel sources. Wood cellulose, the most ...
Heat and Power Applications of Advanced Biomass Gasifiers in New Zealand's Wood Industry A Chemical Equilibrium Model and Economic Feasibility Assessment
(University of Canterbury. Chemical and Process Engineering, 2006)
The Biomass Integrated Gasification Application Systems (BIGAS) consortium is a research group whose focus is on developing modern biomass gasification technology for New Zealand's wood industry. This thesis is undertaken ...
Investigation of Co-Gasification Characteristics of Biomass and Coal in Fluidized Bed Gasifiers
(University of Canterbury. Chemical and Process, 2013)
This thesis presents research on the co-gasification characteristic of biomass and coal, and mathematical modelling of the co-gasification process in two main parts: i) experimental investigation and mathematical modelling ...