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Volume 193, 2020International Conference on Modern Trends in Manufacturing Technologies and Equipment (ICMTMTE 2020)
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Common Reed as a Renewable Energy Resource for Pellet Production
Volzhsky Polytechnic Institute (branch) of Federal State Budget Educational Institution of Higher Education Volgograd State Technical University, Department of Mechanics, 404121 Volzhsky, Russian Federation
2 Volzhsky Polytechnic Institute (branch) of Federal State Budget Educational Institution of Higher Education Volgograd State Technical University Of chemical technology of polymers and industrial ecology, 404121 Volzhsky, Russian Federation
3 Russian State Agrarian University – Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy, Department of Ecology, 127550 Moscow, Russian Federation
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Renewable reed biomass has traditionally been used for various purposes. Currently, an energy-dependent society is returning to the use of natural energy sources. The paper is devoted to the study of reed reserves in the Lower Volga region, production technology, and quality assessment of pellets from it. Reed mowing with further production of fuel pellets from biomass will not only provide the local population or small enterprises with energy but also solve a number of environmental problems. The main environmental problem is the high fire hazard of reed beds. The main characteristics of the pellets that have been investigated by the authors are humidity, ash content, calorific value, and the composition of the ash residue. When granulating shredded cormophytic biomass, the main process parameter affecting the fuel pellet quality is the moisture content of the raw materials, which has been determined experimentally. To improve the consumer properties of the granules, binders were also experimentally selected. Binders should not reduce the calorific value and impair the composition of the ash residue
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