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A Study on the Pyrolysis and Combustion Properties on Industrial Plastics
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Pyrolysis and Combustion Properties on Industrial Plastics
Lim, Bosu; An, Hyunghwan;
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 Abstract
This study is analyzed by the test equipment of gas analyzer in order to discover the gas characteristics of industrial plastic under the pyrolysis and combustion. As results, first, the pyrolysis of polycarbonate was started at . The combustion started at about , and the weight decreased at the velocity was 0.03g/min. Second, in case of polyethyleneterephtalate, PET was finished at after starting pyrolysis from , and the weight decreased at the velocity of 0.044g/min. The pyrolysis velocity with the temperature of polyethyleneterephtalate rising was becoming slow and the pyrolysis temperature was higher with less added polyethyleneterephtalate.
 Keywords
pyrolysis;combustion gas;decomposition;
 Language
Korean
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