Biotar ironmaking using wooden biomass and nano-porous iron ore

Kosuke Matsui, Yuichi Hata, Sou Hosokai, Hayashi Jun-Ichiro, Yoshiaki Kashiwaya, Tomohiro Akiyama

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This paper describes fundamental experiments of a new biomass ironmaking that uses low-grade iron ore and woody biomass for promoting the direct reduction, FeO + C = Fe + CO, in which dehydrated, porous limonite iron ore was filled with carbon deposited from the biomass tar; Biotar. In our experiments, three types of iron ores containing different amounts of combined water (CW: 1.6, 3.8, 9.0 mass%) were first dehydrated at 450 °C to make them porous. Then, pine tree biomass was heated at 500 °C for the pyrolysis and the generated Biotar was decomposed to deposit carbon within/on the porous ores. The dehydration treatment made the iron ores porous by removing CWand their BET specific surface areas and porosities significantly increased. In the second treatment of biomass pyrolysis and decomposition of Biotar, the biomass was converted into char, Biotar, and reducing gas. Interestingly, the porous ores caught Biotar effectively, not only on the surface but also inside their pores. Here, the ores with the nano-sized pores served as catalysts for tar carbonization with gas generation; hydrogen, carbon monoxide and methane. Simultaneously, the ores were partially reduced to magnetite by the reducing gas and Biotar decomposition. The ores containing deposited carbon were reduced to FeO and iron by only heating until 900 in an inert atmosphere; this was due to the direct contact of carbon and iron oxide within the ores, so-called direct reduction. In conclusion, the dehydrated limonite iron ore was most effective for avoiding the generation of Biotar generated by the biomass pyrolysis and for filling the porous ore with carbon from Biotar. The product is a promising raw material for biomass ironmaking. The results were enticed as an innovative ironmaking method with large reduction of carbon-dioxide emission using low-grade iron ore and woody biomass.

元の言語英語
ホスト出版物のタイトル5th International Congress on the Science and Technology of Ironmaking, ICSTI 2009
ページ1292-1296
ページ数5
出版物ステータス出版済み - 2009
イベント5th International Congress on the Science and Technology of Ironmaking, ICSTI 2009 - Shanghai, 中国
継続期間: 10 20 200910 22 2009

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その他5th International Congress on the Science and Technology of Ironmaking, ICSTI 2009
中国
Shanghai
期間10/20/0910/22/09

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Iron ores
Biomass
Ores
Carbon
Tars
Pyrolysis
Gases
Tar
Carbon Monoxide
Ferrosoferric Oxide
Decomposition
Methane
Carbonization
Magnetite
Dehydration
Iron oxides
Carbon Dioxide
Specific surface area
Carbon monoxide
Hydrogen

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Metals and Alloys

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Matsui, K., Hata, Y., Hosokai, S., Jun-Ichiro, H., Kashiwaya, Y., & Akiyama, T. (2009). Biotar ironmaking using wooden biomass and nano-porous iron ore. : 5th International Congress on the Science and Technology of Ironmaking, ICSTI 2009 (pp. 1292-1296)

Biotar ironmaking using wooden biomass and nano-porous iron ore. / Matsui, Kosuke; Hata, Yuichi; Hosokai, Sou; Jun-Ichiro, Hayashi; Kashiwaya, Yoshiaki; Akiyama, Tomohiro.

5th International Congress on the Science and Technology of Ironmaking, ICSTI 2009. 2009. p. 1292-1296.

研究成果: 著書/レポートタイプへの貢献会議での発言

Matsui, K, Hata, Y, Hosokai, S, Jun-Ichiro, H, Kashiwaya, Y & Akiyama, T 2009, Biotar ironmaking using wooden biomass and nano-porous iron ore. : 5th International Congress on the Science and Technology of Ironmaking, ICSTI 2009. pp. 1292-1296, 5th International Congress on the Science and Technology of Ironmaking, ICSTI 2009, Shanghai, 中国, 10/20/09.
Matsui K, Hata Y, Hosokai S, Jun-Ichiro H, Kashiwaya Y, Akiyama T. Biotar ironmaking using wooden biomass and nano-porous iron ore. : 5th International Congress on the Science and Technology of Ironmaking, ICSTI 2009. 2009. p. 1292-1296
Matsui, Kosuke ; Hata, Yuichi ; Hosokai, Sou ; Jun-Ichiro, Hayashi ; Kashiwaya, Yoshiaki ; Akiyama, Tomohiro. / Biotar ironmaking using wooden biomass and nano-porous iron ore. 5th International Congress on the Science and Technology of Ironmaking, ICSTI 2009. 2009. pp. 1292-1296
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