Review on "Dynamic Infrared Gas Analysis from Longleaf Pine Fuelbeds Burned in a Wind Tunnel: Observation of Phenol in Pyrolysis and Combustion Phases" [post]

Anonymous
2020 unpublished
General Comment This work focused on gases emissions, and in particular volatile organic compounds (VOCs), by plants materials burned in a wind tunnel, simulating in laboratory a field scenario. The experiments allowed isolating and characterizing pre-combustion phase (pyrolysis) with its specific VOCs sign employing two different methods (FTIR and IR thermal imaging), to validate findings. Moreover, the other fire phases and phenol temporal profile were characterized. Topic is of relevant
more » ... is of relevant interest, characterizing an always more spread process in the world, focusing on VOCs emissions, which are C1
doi:10.5194/amt-2020-332-rc2 fatcat:rom7rr4mhzgtzkph53by2xr2ji