black liquor


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black liquor

n.
A liquid residue formed during the pulping of wood to make paper, having a high concentration of lignin and capable of being used as a biomass fuel.
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However, decreasing consumption of the products produce from crude sulfate turpentine along with decreasing paper mill production, availability of less expensive petroleum based products and less recovery of black liquor from Kraft wood pulping process are some of the factors that hamper the growth of crude sulfate turpentine market.
[12] demonstrated that more than 500 tons of bio-DME from black liquor gasification has been produced and used for more than 1 million km in commercial service.
Gaus is affiliated with the Unites States Power Squadron, (USPS) the Black Liquor Recovery Boiler Audit Committee (BLRBAC), PIMA, TAPPI, and the AIChE.
In soda recovery plant (SRP) Wood chips are cooked with white liquor (NaOH + [Na.sub.2]S) in a digester at about 170 [degrees]C, to produce kraft pulp and weak black liquor. Weak Black liquor (WBL), the by-product of the chemical recovery cycle in the pulp and paper industry, is composed of water, lignin, cellulose and inorganic sodium salts.
Other topics include black liquor treating of wheat straw pulp using microwave radiation, a dispersant for lithium ion battery slurry, crimping of large diameter welding pipe, manganese removal from electrolytic manganese residue using ozone, and recycling of non-metal waste from printed circuit boards.
Mash up the aubergine flesh and add the black liquor and dress.
Black liquor is a byproduct of the production of paper pulp using the kraft process and is burned by paper companies to generate steam for the production of electricity.
The mill has a combined heat and power plant (CHP plant), including two bark boilers fed by eucalyptus bark from the debarking process and one recovery furnace fed by concentrated black liquor from the cooking process.
Chemrec, a Swedish company developing and commercialising technology for black liquor gasification, has signed a cooperation agreement with China Tianchen Engineering Corporation TCC.
The mill's boilers will continue to burn black liquor, a byproduct of the wood pulping process.