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Forming Characteristics of Bio-coke with a Mixture of Bamboo and Carbonized Japanese Cedar
Journal of Smart Processing
The utilization of unused biomass such as logging residues and broadleaf trees has come to attract attention to protect forests and satoyamas (a Japanese term for undeveloped woodlands near populated areas) in Japan. In this study, the modification of bio-coke fuels as an alternative to coal coke is investigated by using bamboo and Japanese cedar, which are the typical domestic woody biomass in forests and satoyamas. To improve the compressive strength under high temperature environment and thedoi:10.7791/jspmee.1.63 fatcat:kqzbcrbn5zhnxmhflrlnem2e3y