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TORREFACTION OF OIL PALM FRONDS (OPF) AS A POTENTIAL FEEDSTOCK FOR ENERGY PRODUCTION PROCESSES
Journal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management
Oil palm fronds (OPF) and trunks contribute the highest biomass availability compared with other oil palm wastes. At the moment, they are usually left on the ground around the plantation area to decompose naturally and fertilize the soil. Previous researchers have focused on torrefaction of wood residues and other agricultural biomass with less attention has been paid to the utilization of Malaysia's biomass such as OPF. Therefore, in this study, torrefaction of OPF was conducted in a tubulardoi:10.3846/jeelm.2019.9315 fatcat:6auhcry2jjd5vaqjzhd347elpu