Data of pyrolysis and combustion of sugarcane residual biomass over Rh-Pt/CeO2-SiO2 catalyst by TG, TG-FTIR and, TG-MS
The presented data correspond to the study of thermal degradation kinetics during pyrolysis (N2) and combustion (Synthetic air) under catalytic and non-catalytic conditions of sugarcane residual biomass over Rh-Pt/CeO2-SiO2 catalyst, at different heating rates 5, 10 and 20 °C/min. For that, TG, TG-FTIR and TG-MS were carry out In order to correlate thermal effects with information about released products distribution. The kinetic parameters were found by model fitting methods using the Euler method. In the folders you will find all the data obtained for each of the used techniques. In the folder called "TG and Kinetics Data" there is an excel workbook called "Fitting method and kinetic parameters" it contains the experimental data obtained through TGA and the calculated data from the proposed degradation models. Finally, the worksheet "kinetic parameters" contains the kinetic parameters found from the presented data. The folder called "TG-FTIR" have four excel workbooks which contain the data obtained by TGA-FTIR for each of the studied atmospheres, pyrolysis, combustion and, each one under catalytic conditions for sugarcane residual biomass. Within each of the files, the TG data and the FTIR data for the spectras obtained in the wavenumberrange between 400 and 4000 cm-1. The given data allowed to study the products distribution obtained in the thermal degradation of the sugarcane residual biomass and relate the results with the degradation temperatures. The folder called "TG-MS" have four excel workbooks which contain the data obtained by TG-MS for each of the studied atmospheres, pyrolysis, combustion and each one under catalytic conditions. Within each of the files are the TG data and the data of the ions followed. The results presented are suplementary information for the obtained results in the TG-FTIR analyzes wich allowed to propose kinetic models that describe the thermal degradation of residual biomass.