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Dependency of the combustion behavior of energy grass and three other types of biomass upon lignocellulosic composition (2017)
Journal Article
Ma, Y., Guan, Y., Zhang, K., Xu, G., Yang, Y., & Stevenson, P. (2018). Dependency of the combustion behavior of energy grass and three other types of biomass upon lignocellulosic composition. Environmental Progress and Sustainable Energy, 37(2), 815-823 . https://doi.org/10.1002/ep.12705

The combustion characteristics of four kinds of biomass fuels (energy grass, sawdust, corn cob, and walnut shell) are investigated in this article. All the samples are heated from room temperature to 800°C at multiple heating rates of 10, 20, and 30°... Read More about Dependency of the combustion behavior of energy grass and three other types of biomass upon lignocellulosic composition.

Gas absorption and reaction in a wet pneumatic foam (2014)
Journal Article
Perry, D. C., & Stevenson, P. (2015). Gas absorption and reaction in a wet pneumatic foam. Chemical engineering science, 126, 177-185. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ces.2014.11.037

Results for the rate of absorption of carbon dioxide gas into a pneumatic (i.e. continuously rising) foam formed from a sodium carbonate–bicarbonate buffer solution stabilised by a polyglycol frother are presented. Previous studies upon the use of ga... Read More about Gas absorption and reaction in a wet pneumatic foam.

Flooding in a Vertically Rising Gas–Liquid Foam (2014)
Journal Article
Wang, X., Evans, G. M., & Stevenson, P. (2014). Flooding in a Vertically Rising Gas–Liquid Foam. Industrial & engineering chemistry research, 53(14), 6150-6156. https://doi.org/10.1021/ie4001844

The maximum liquid fraction that stable pneumatic foam can support is studied in this paper in order to illuminate change of flow regime from turbulent foam flow to the “emulsion regime” in which the distinct interface between the foam layer and the... Read More about Flooding in a Vertically Rising Gas–Liquid Foam.


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