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FUEL AND ASH PROPERTIES OF BIOCHAR PRODUCED FROM MICROWAVE-ASSISTED CARBONISATION OF OIL PALM TRUNK CORE
Journal of Oil Palm Research
Oil palm trunk core (OPTC) is the biomass left over from plywood industry that utilises oil palm trunk as feedstock. This research aims to investigate the fuel and ash properties of biochar converted from OPTC biomass through microwave-assisted carbonisation process. The raw OPTC contains high moisture (~64.3%) with low fixed carbon (~6.4%) and calorific value (4.6 MJ kg -1 ). Microwave-assisted carbonisation of OPTC was investigated under several sizes, temperature and microwave powerdoi:10.21894/jopr.2016.2801.10 fatcat:fjesy5yct5cb5it7vpo3af7uqy