Hongliang Qian

Nanjing University of Technology, Nan-ching, Jiangsu Sheng, China

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  • Chang Liu · Jun Wang · Xiaoyan Ji · Hongliang Qian · Liangliang Huang · Xiaohua Lu
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    ABSTRACT: Biomethane has been developed rapidly in many countries as a renewable energy which upgraded from biogas. China also began to pay attention to it even though we still at a initial stage, primarily, understanding the biomethane potential and development prospect, choosing appropriate biomass as the biomethane source is very important. In this work, the theoretical and practical biomethane producing potential from five main biomass resources in China were estimated with appropriate methods based on the data collected, and during calculation, two appropriate energy crops were assumed to be planted on marginal lands for biomethane production. Our estimation showed that the theoretical and practical biomethane potentials in China can reach to 888.78 and 316.30 billion m3 per year, agricultural waste should be the preferential development biomass, and planting energy crops on marginal lands is the most promising way to enhance biomethane production in China. When compared with natural gas, Chinese natural gas consumption in 2013 only account for 48.15 % of the practical biomethane potential.
    No preview · Article · Dec 2015
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    Yuanhui Ji · Hongliang Qian · Chang Liu · Xiaoyan Ji · Xiaohua Lu · Xin Feng
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    ABSTRACT: In this paper, the research framework for specific structure crystallization modeling has been proposed in which four steps are required in order to investigate the rigorous crystallization modeling by thermodynamics. The first is the activity coefficient model of the solution, the second is Solid-Liquid equilibrium, the third and fourth are the dissolution and crystallization kinetics modeling, respectively. Our investigations show that the mechanisms of complex structure formation and microphase transition can be analyzed by combining the dissolution and crystallization kinetics modeling. Moreover, the formation mechanism of the porous KCl has been analyzed, which may provide a reference for the porous structure formation in the advanced material synthesis.
    Preview · Article · Mar 2010 · Frontiers of Chemical Engineering in China