Biomass pyrolysis usually occurs in a fluidized bed reactor formed by sand, biomass, and biochar. Dynamics this fluidization differs from that of literature because the biomass is converted continually in biochar. In this study, a series of experiments have been carried out for ternary mixtures of sand, sisal residue, and biochar, varying the compositions and particle size. The tests were based on two simplification hypotheses (steady state and room temperature) due to fast biomass transformation in bed and low Van der Waals force to large particles. The dynamic characteristics determined included the bed pressure drop and bed fluctuation. The single and combined effects of particle size and composition on the final fluidization velocity (Uff) and particle segregation (S) have been analyzed using response surface (RSM). The Uff and S minimum values were found when the variables were in the smallest particle size and composition levels. New correlations were developed for predicting the values of Uff. The error from measured values when using the new correlation was 7.6%, while the literature equation was 9.7%. The present correlations predicted reasonably well predicted the Uff of ternary mixtures in the fast pyrolysis bed.