Behaviour of Condensing Gaseous Species by Injection of Liquid Adsorbents (HMDS) in Combustion Facility

액체상흡착제(HMDS) 주입조건에 따른 응축성 가스상 물질의 거동특성 비교

  • Received : 2015.03.31
  • Accepted : 2015.05.18
  • Published : 2015.05.31


In this study, we were clearly identify the behaviour characteristics on particle size distribution of a condensing species by injection condition of HMDS (Hexa Methyl Di-Silazane, silica precursor that is one of liquid adsorbents) to remove condensing gaseous species as using pyroligneous liquor generated during carbonization process of biomass as precursor of condensing gaseous species. When using HMDS to remove the condensing gaseous species by growth machanism of particles, we could be controlled properly particles size such as amount of adsorbent injection, residence time, heating temperature and MFC flux. Especially, in case of using the silica precursor, in consideration of the physical and chemical properties of the boiling point, the specific gravity and the molecular weight, we found that the condensing species could be effectively controlled by particles granulation.


Biomass Combustion;Condensing Species;Particle Formation;Particle Growth;Silica Precursor (HMDS)


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Grant : 응축성 가스상 물질의 입자화 제거기술 개발

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