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Combustion Characteristics of Swine Manure, Poultry Manure and Mixtures

돈분, 계분 그리고 혼합물에 대한 연소특성

  • Chung, Yeong-Jin (Department of Fire Protection Engineering, Kangwon National University)
  • 정영진 (강원대학교 소방방재공학과)
  • Received : 2013.07.08
  • Accepted : 2013.08.22
  • Published : 2013.12.10

Abstract

In this work, the combustive properties of the swine manure, poultry manure, and mixtures based on the resource recycling-energy were investigated. After the specimens were dried to a constant weight by dry oven, combustive properties were tested by the cone calorimeter (ISO 5660-1). It was found that the peak effective heat of combustion (PEHC) in the swine manure (78.72 MJ/kg) has risen due to more amount of the hydrocabon compared with poultry manure (69.41 MJ/kg), also the swine manure increased both of the higher $CO_2$ production rate (0.1959 g/s) and total smoke release rate (THRR) ($419m^2/m^2$) than those of the poultry manure. However, both of the CO production release (0.0996 kg/kg) and CO production rate (0034 g/s) in the poultry manure increased due to more amount of the inorganic contents compared with swine manure. Thus, the high combustion energy is expected to generate depend on the hydrocarbon content.

Acknowledgement

Supported by : 강원대학교

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