Biomass Gasifier “Tars” – Their Nature, Formation and Conversion – With Bibliography (Milne, 1998) [PRS98320]

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Biomass Gasifier “Tars” – Their Nature, Formation and Conversiond — a 202-page document and bibliography by Thomas A. Milne, Nicholas Abatzoglou, and Robert J. Evans — is made available here from the archives of the former Biomass Energy Foundation (BEF). Tars are the Achilles Heel of gasification. This thorough work explores the chemical nature of tars, their generation, and methods for testing and destroying them.

This publication was originally sold by the Biomass Energy Foundation (BEF) for $30 without the 100-page bibliography (a component sold separately for an additional $10). Dr TLUD and staff would like to thank Dr. Thomas B. Reed for making available for free distribution this publication with its extensive bibliography.

ISBN 1-890607-14-2

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Resource Last Updated: 09 June 1999

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