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Three promising biomass fuels from southern European regions were gasified atmospherically with air in a lab-scale fluidised bed reactor with quartz or olivine as bed material. The fuels used were an agro-industrial residue (olive bagasse) and the energy crops gi ant reed and sweet sorghum bagasse. Varying air ratios and temperatures were tested to study the impact on the product gas composition and tar load. Tars were higher in the case of olive bagasse, attributed to its higher lignin contentdoi:10.2298/tsci0701005p fatcat:qwb3akr3tza5vl4fyakkikml2m