MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 67, 2016International Symposium on Materials Application and Engineering (SMAE 2016)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Chapter 6 Materials Science|
|Published online||29 July 2016|
Effect of Extracted Compositions of Liquefaction Residue on the Structure and Properties of the Formed-coke
Metallurgical Engineering Technology Research Centre of Shaanxi Province Xi’an University of Architecture & Technology, Shaanxi Xi’an 710055, P.R. China
The purpose of this paper is to study the effect of extracted compositions of the de-ash liquefaction residue (D-DCLR) on pyrolysis products yields, compressive strength and composition of the formed-coke, which was prepared by co-pyrolysis of the low metamorphic pulverized coal and D-DCLR. The scanning electron microscope (SEM) and the Fourier Transform Infrared (FT-IR) were used to characterize the morphology and functional group of the formed-coke, respectively. The results showed that the extracted compositions of D-DCLR were heavy oil (HS), asphaltene (A), pre-asphaltene (PA) and tetrahydrofuran isolusion (THFIS), whose contents were 5.10%, 40.90%, 14.4%, 39.60%, respectively. During the pyrolysis process, HS was the main source of tar, and HS, A as well as PA were conducive to improve gas yields. The THFIS helped to improve the yield of the formed-coke up to 89.5%, corresponding to the compressive strength was only 147.7N/ball for the coke. A and PA were the key factors affecting the compressive strength and surface structure of the formed-coke. The compressive strength of coke could be up to 728.0N/ball with adding D-DCLR, which reduced by 50% after the removal of A and PA. The FT-IR analysis showed that the types of surface functional groups of the formed-coke were remained the same after co-pyrolysis, but the absorption peak intensity of each functional group was changed.
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