black liquor


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black liquor

[¦blak ′lik·ər]
(materials)
The liquid material remaining from pulpwood cooking in the soda or sulfate papermaking process.
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Heavy black liquor at a 65-75% dry solid content is sprayed into the lower part of the Furnace and mixed with pre-heated primary air.
A number of paper companies producing and burning black liquor took this opportunity to repay a portion of the AFMC refund and file for the CBPC.
2] from biomass fuels of bark and black liquor combustion was estimated by multiplying the consumed biomass fuels with corresponding emission factors given in the NCASI spreadsheet tool (2005).
According to the contract, both firms will develop an offering to provide industry standard design, engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services and overall performance guarantees to support project financing for black liquor gasification plants.
Black liquor is a by-product of the paper production process comprised of mostly organic lignin and inorganic pulping chemicals, and has long been used in the pulp and paper industry as a source of energy.
The United States government paid out about $8 billion in black liquor funding.
longside the Chemrec plant in Piteac in northern Sweden, construction has started on a facility for extracting DME from black liquor obtained from the nearby pulp plant.
Study on the stability in the oil/water-emulsions made with black liquor from alkaline pulp process and different organic phases
Norampac and ThermoChem Recovery International (TRI) report that the black liquor gasification project at Norampac's Trenton, ON, mill has completed the transition from commissioning to full commercial operation.
TAPPI JOURNAL has awarded its 2005 Outstanding Research Paper Award to "Presentation of a dry black liquor gasification process with direct causticization," by Erik Dahlquist of Malardalens Technical University in Vasteras, Sweden, and Andrew Jones of International Paper in Loveland, OH.
The chips are then fed into a continuous, low temperature, two-vessel digester with hot black liquor impregnation and high alkali in co- and countercurrent stages.