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Solid Fuels and Heavy Hydrocarbon Liquids Thermal Characterization and Analysis

by Rafael Kandiyoti, Alan Herod, Keith Bartle, Trevor Morgan

Solid Fuels and Heavy Hydrocarbon Liquids Thermal Characterization and Analysis Synopsis

Solid Fuels and Heavy Hydrocarbon Liquids: Thermal Characterisation and Analysis, Second Edition integrates the developments that have taken place since publication of the first edition in 2006. This updated material includes new insights that help unify the thermochemical reactions of biomass and coal, as well as new developments in analytical techniques, including new applications in size exclusion chromatography, several mass spectrometric techniques, and new applications of nuclear magnetic spectroscopy to the characterization of heavy hydrocarbon liquids The topics covered are essential for the energy and fuels research community, including academics, students, and research engineers working in the power, oil and gas, and renewable energy industries.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780081007846
Publication date: 12th January 2017
Author: Rafael Kandiyoti, Alan Herod, Keith Bartle, Trevor Morgan
Publisher: Elsevier Science Ltd an imprint of Elsevier Science & Technology
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 472 pages
Categories: Solid fuel technology, Petroleum technology, Thermodynamics & heat, Classical mechanics,

About Rafael Kandiyoti, Alan Herod, Keith Bartle, Trevor Morgan

Dr. Kandiyoti received his BS degree in Chemical Engineering from Columbia University (New York) (1965) and his PhD degree from Imperial College London (1969). He has served in the Chemical Engineering Departments of the Middle East Technical University (Ankara, Turkey, 1969-72) and Bogazici University (Istanbul, Turkey, 1974-80). He joined Imperial College London (1980), where he served as Professor of Chemical Engineering and co-ordinator of the Energy Engineering Group. On retirement (2008), he was appointed as Distinguished Research Fellow in the same department.He has over 350 publications on (i) experimental reactor design for pyrolysis, gasification, and liquefaction and the thermochemical characterization of fossil fuels, biomass ...

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