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LHW is another hydrothermal pretreatment which can enhance sugar extraction . As illustrated in Fig. 6, slurry is pre-heated via a heat exchanger, which not only saves steam consumption for heating the slurry, but also cooling water to cool down the pretreated material. The pre-heated slurry is further heated by steam via another heat exchanger, and passes through the reactor for pretreatment. Theoretically, the reactor should be operated at plug flow. -Q. Zhao et al. Fig. 6 Schematic diagram of the LHW process reactors are preferred, and residence time and temperatures can be optimized for different types of feedstocks.
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