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Effective Utilization of Waste Products for Agriculture Based on Carbonization
Yoshiyuki Shinogi, Masaru Yamaoka,Takanori Saito
National Institute for Rural Engineering , 2-1-6 Kannondai, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 305-8609 , Japan

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traditional beehive kiln
advanced beehive kiln

Advanced Brazilian Beehive Kiln
Ken Newcomber, Katoomba Working Group, Rio de Janerio, Brazil 2001

Traditional Brazilian Brick Beehive Kiln Used in about 90% of Brazilian Charcoal operations
Efficiency:
About 4m3 wood for 1m3 Charcoal

Improved Brazilian Brick Kiln:

Advanced Brazilian Beehive Kiln
Collects Tars and Pyrolytic Oils in smoke –
minimizes local air pollution. Efficiency: Better than
2m3 Wood per m3 charcoal

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RDF (and biomass waste) Carbonizing System
Environmental Solutions Center, JFE Holdings, Inc., Tokyo, Japan

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Potential of carbon sequestration by carbonizing wood residue from industrial tree plantation as a Clean Development Mechanism project in the Kyoto Mechanism
Okimori,Y.Takahashi,F. Ogawa,M. (KANSO),Yamanaka,T.(Kansai Electric Power), Energy with Agricultural Carbon Utilization Symposium, Georgia 2004

1. Effective sequestration of CO2 in atmosphere and its inactivation
2. Carbon sequestration project by forestation and charcoal use
3. Charcoal properties
4. Charcoal properties: porous structure

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The Art, Science, and Technology of Charcoal Production
Michael Jerry Antal, Jr., Morten Gronli, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 42 (8), 1619 -1640, 2003. 10.1021/ie0207919 S0888-5885(02)00791-1 Web Release Date: March 14, 2003

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Potential of carbon sequestration by carbonizing wood residue from industrial tree plantation as a Clean Development Mechanism project in the Kyoto Mechanism
Okimori,Y.Takahashi,F. Ogawa,M. (KANSO) Yamanaka,T.(Kansai Electric Power) U of Georgia Presentation 2004

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