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Development of a high-temperature air-blown gasification system
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Carlson C. P. Pian، نويسنده , , Kunio Yoshikawa، نويسنده ,
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روزنامه با شماره پیاپی سال 2001
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Current status of high-temperature air-blown gasification technology development is reviewed. This advanced gasification system utilizes preheated air to convert coal and waste-derived fuels into synthetic fuel gas and value-added byproducts. A series of demonstrated, independent technologies are combined to form the core of this gasification system. A high-temperature, rapid devolatilization process is used to enhance the volatile yields from the fuel and to improve the gasification efficiency. A high-temperature pebble bed filter is used to remove the slag and particulates from the synthetic fuel gas. Finally, a novel regenerative heater is used to supply the high-temperature air for the gasifier. Component development tests have shown that higher gasification efficiencies can be obtained at more fuel-rich operating conditions when high-temperature air is used as the gasification agent. Test results also demonstrated the flex-fuel capabilities of the gasifier design. Potential uses of this technology range from large-scale integrated gasification power plants to small-scale waste-to-energy applications.
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gasification , Pebble-bed gasifier , Slagging gasifier , High-temperature air , Flex-fuel gasifier , Biomass wastes , Waste-to-energy plants
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Bioresource Technology
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