Management of printed circuit boards by newly designed thermal pyrolytic process: Process optimization by RSM approach

Jayapradha, A. ✉; AbbasMohaideen, J.; Kumar, P. Senthil ✉; Kavitha, V.; Narendrakumar, G.

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  • SJR Scopus - Chemical Engineering (miscellaneous): Q2
    The present research focuses on evaluating the kinetics for the liquefaction process and optimizing the process variable using Design expert software to maximize oil yield and by suppressing by-products like gas and char. Optimum conditions for the maximum yield of oil (25.04%) was calculated as375 degrees C, 45 min retention time, 3-5 mm particle size and at a constant heating rate of 15 degrees C min(-1). Coats Redfern's approach showed maximum R-2 of 0.9459 which requires less activation energy of 61.44 kJ kg(-1) mol(-1). The endothermic heat required for liquefaction was 20.91 MJ kg(-1). The calorific value of oil was measured as 6.502 MJ kg(-1). (c) 2018 American Institute of Chemical Engineers Environ Prog, 38: 489-499, 2019
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    2020-08-10 08:43