RECOVERY OF WASTE USING THE GASIFICATION AND OXIDATION OF SCRAP TIRES

Abstract

The investigation of the use of microwave gasification as a method that allows to obtain energy from end-of-life (ELTs) tires was subject of this study. The gasification of the waste was carried out within the laboratory microwave reactor HR – Lab, followed by the microwave-assisted oxidation of synthesis gas (syngas) which took place in a small microwave reactor – Microwave Oxidation System (MOS). Details of the experiment, such as power and temperature profile as a function of time and material charges distribution, are listed and explained. Analysis of gasification produced syngas in terms of composition and energy values was done also.

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