from Inner Mongolia of China is taken as the initial raw material, and its gasification characteristics is investigated by non-isothermal TG, FTIR, and X-ray diffraction (XRD) methods. The main objective of the study is to investigate the catalytic
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heat transfer limitations, was thinly distributed in the crucible in the experiments. The experiments were replicated at least twice to determine their reproducibility, which was found to be satisfactory.
The TG–FTIR runs were carried out in a
a function of the temperature, the mass loss of the sample as a function of the temperature, and the quantitative analysis of the evolved gases.
Evolved gas analysis (EGA) using hyphenated TG-Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (TG-FTIR
. The TG-FTIR measurements were also made in the nitrogen atmosphere with the use of Q5000 instrument (Firm TA Instruments) with Nicolet 6700 Spectrophotometer. The experiments were carried out in Pt crucibles under nitrogen flow of 25 mL min −1 at a
[ 16 ], the combustion characteristics of the mixtures of Huadian OS and its semicoke were investigated by means of an on-line TG-FTIR interconnection analyzer. Mainly, three different reaction regions were observed at combustion of most of the samples
[ 13 , 18 ], the use of TG–FTIR method to study the feasibility of producing biofuels from several types of agro biomass is discussed. The obtained data relate primarily to the energy valuable (the possibility of obtaining a high-calorific value LHV