Scrap Tyre Management Pathways and Their Use as a Fuel—A Review
AbstractThis article provides a review of different methods for managing waste tyres. Around 1.5 billion scrap tyres make their way into the environmental cycle each year, so there is an extreme demand to manage and mitigate the environmental impact which occurs from landfilling and burning. Numerous approaches are targeted to recycle and reuse the tyre rubber in various applications. Among them, one of the most important methods for sustainable environmental stewardship is converting tyre rubber components into bio-oil. In this study, scrap tyre management techniques including landfill, retreading, recycling, combustion, and conversion to liquid fuels was reviewed (including gasification, hydrothermal liquefaction, and pyrolysis). The effects of parameters such as reactor types, pyrolysis temperature, and catalyst on the oil, gas and solid products in pyrolysis process were investigated. View Full-Text
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Rowhani, A.; Rainey, T.J. Scrap Tyre Management Pathways and Their Use as a Fuel—A Review. Energies 2016, 9, 888.
Rowhani A, Rainey TJ. Scrap Tyre Management Pathways and Their Use as a Fuel—A Review. Energies. 2016; 9(11):888.Chicago/Turabian Style
Rowhani, Amir; Rainey, Thomas J. 2016. "Scrap Tyre Management Pathways and Their Use as a Fuel—A Review." Energies 9, no. 11: 888.
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