Panchika Prapakornrattana's research while affiliated with Kasetsart University and other places

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Pyrolysis of soybean cake in an auger reactor was investigated at temperatures 450, 500 and 550C with retaintion time of 4 minutes in reactor under nitrogen flow at 0.2 L/min. The maximum liquid yield 34.24% was obtained at temperature 500C. The gaseous product was seen to increase with increasing pyrolysis temperature while char yield decreased....


... As a result, such a system could handle various feedstock types and maintain high-quality outputs, this versatility makes the process more viable and robust. Current reactors and researchers have only been able to optimize process parameters for single feedstock, as evidenced in the most published studies [43,92,93]. Publications in circulation do not differentiate available biomass species in the U.S., hence profitability of the process is reliant on being able to process various feedstock materials [3]. ...