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Effect of Heating Rate on Pyrolysis Kinetics of Göynük Oil Shale

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Pyrolysis kinetics of the Göynük oil shale was investigated by thermogravimetric analysis in the present study. All experiments were conducted at nonisothermal conditions with a heating rate of 5–90 K/min in the 298–1173 K pyrolysis temperature interval under argon atmosphere. Differential thermogravimetric data were analyzed by a reaction rate model assuming first-order kinetics. Minimum activation energy was obtained as 3.0 kJ/mol at the heating rate value of 20 K/min. It appears to be the lowest one when compared to those in the literature.
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Keywords: OIL SHALE; PYROLYSIS; THERMOGRAVIMETRY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: October 1, 2002

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