Raw materials: rice husk, straw, herb, film, coconut shell
Advantages: fixed carbon, reproducibile, high volatile, low SO2 emmission, zero CO2 emmision
Raw materials: rice husk, straw, herb, film, coconut shell
Main energy: biomass black carbon, biomass wood vinegar
Biomass gasification power plant: capacity from 200kw to 3000kw, 1kg woody biomass generate 1kw electricity, 1kw woody biomass produce 2-3m3/h syngas, syngas heat value 1100-1500kcal/m3.
Applicable raw materials: a wide range of raw materials, such as straw, wood chips, rice husk, palm shell, bagasse and other agricultural and forestry wastes
particle size: 30-50mm, water content: less than 20%
|Comparison of Grate Furnace Incineration Treatment Technology and Pyrolysis Gasification Treatment Technology|
|Compare Content||Grate Furnace||Pyrolysis Gasifier|
|Incineration Mechanism||The Garbage Is Directly Burned, The Combustion Temperature Is 800~1000°C, The Incineration Mechanism Is General||Using Two-Stage Treatment, The Garbage Is Now Pyrolyzed And Gasified, And Then Small-Molecule Combustible Gas Is Burned. The Combustion Temperature Is 850~1100℃. The Incineration Mechanism Is Advanced.|
|Furnace Structure And Grate Material||The Structure Is Complex And The Shape Is Large; The Grate Works Under High Temperature, And The Requirements For The Grate Material Are High||The Structure Is Relatively Simple And Compact; The Grate Works In A Low Temperature State, And The Requirements For The Grate Material Are Low|
|Types Of Garbage||Dispose Of Domestic Waste||It Can Process Domestic Waste, Industrial Waste, And Hazardous Waste With High Calorific Value (Including Medical Waste)|
|Area (300t/D)||40-50 Acres Higher||30-40 Acres Lower|
|Operating Cost Fly Ash Emissions||Fly Ash Discharges A Lot, Accounting For About 5% Of The Total Garbage||Fly Ash Emission Is Low, Accounting For About 1% Of The Total Garbage, Which Is Environmentally Friendly|
|Acidic Substance And Dust Emission||The Original Value Of Acidic Substances Such As So2 And Nox Is Relatively High; The Dust Emission Concentration Is 6000~8000mg/Nm3||The Original Value Of Acidic Substances Such As So2 And Nox Is Relatively Low: The Dust Emission Concentration Is ≤3000mg/Nm3|
|Plant Environment||It Is Difficult To Control The Environment In The Plant Area. The Incinerator Workshop Has A Certain Amount Of Bottom Ash And Leachate, Noise, And Odor Pollution.||The Factory Environment Is Well Controlled, And The Bottom Ash, Noise, And Odor Pollution In The Workshop Are Low|
Biomass Gasification Unit Using Sugar Cane Bagasse for Power Generation ROGER R. RIEHL*, CAUÊ A. SHAHATEET, fuel injector or slurry feeding system are required. One should note that this level of pressurization is related to the injection pressure ...
the gasification or pyrolysis have the fixed bed reactor. The fixed bed is formed by solid particles mixed with any inert solid through which the agent gasifier or carrier gas flows. This is the simplest type of gasifier and pyrolyzer, usually consisting of a cylindrical space with fuel (bagasse) and supply carrier gases, a system of product
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The syngas synthesis in a BFBG system is similar to that of EFG until the biomass is ground. In this case however, the bagasse temperature is reduced to 290 K in a cooler in order to meet the gasifier specifications. The gasifier is fed 64.8 t/h bagasse, with air as the gasifying agent (43.2 t/h, 766 K). Gasification in the BFBG
26/3/2020 · Biomass gasification is a process of converting solid biomass ingredients into combustible gas, which can be used in electricity generation. A biomass gasifier was designed with 30–40 kg/h downdraft, fabricated, and evaluated using sugarcane bagasse and coconut shells. The effect of equivalence ratio on syngas composition, heating value, syngas yield, gasification efficiency, and tar content
The gasifier can handle fuels like sugarcane leaves and bagasse, bajra stalks, sweet sorghum stalks and bagasse etc. The system was tested for more than 700 hours under laboratory conditions at 288-1080 MJ h-1 output levels. The HHV of the gas was 3.56-4.82 MJ Nm-3. The system also produces char, which is about 24% by weight of the original fuel.
The gasifier has a cylindrical reactor of diameter 0.7 m and height of 2 m. Bagasse consumption is in the range of 105 to 180 kg/h as compared to 60 to 120 kg/h of briquettes. 2 m3 of gas can be obtained from one kg of fuel. For one batch of gur making, the time of operation is about 2.5 hours.
Bagasse gasification in a 100 kWth steam-oxygen blown circulating fluidized bed gasifier with catalytic and non-catalytic upgrading of the syngas using ceramic filters M. Fantini1, M. Nacken2, S. Heidenreich2, M. Siedlecki1, G. Fornasari3, P. Benito3, M. A. Haikal Leite4 & W. de Jong1 1Department of Process and Energy,
The First step is biomass gasification, which convert biomass into syngas.The Second step is syngas purification.The producer gas coming from gasifier usually contains contaminants including dust, coke, tar and etc. The contaminants will be removed by the purification system to ensure normal operation of gas engine.
The gasification process has been modelled by decomposition of dried bagasse into volatile components and ash followed by partial oxidation and gasification reactions assuming chemical equilibrium where the total Gibbs energy of the system has its minimum value. The modelled data were compared to experimental results published in literature for processes where sugarcane bagasse and other
Pre-processing of sugarcane bagasse for gasification in a 1/12/2016 · Gasification is regarded as one of the most promising energy recovery technologies for the widespread use of biomass because of its higher efficiency when compared to the combustion technology commonly used by the sugarcane industry.
20/11/2017 · In a gasification system, nitrogen appears as either N 2 or NH 3, which is removed relatively easily in the syngas-cleaning stage. Conclusion This work presents a comparative study regarding the modeling and simulation of Bagasse gasification processes with direct combustion in a boiler in a sugar plant.
Rubens Maciel Filho- Sugarcane Bagasse Gasification – A Review EUROPEAN ACADEMIC RESEARCH - Vol. VIII, Issue 5 / August 2020 2831 energy, or pyrolysis; and produces a gas, called syngas. This paper will be a review of the various pretreatment that can be used for sugarcane bagasse, the reactors that can be used for the gasification process, their
15/9/2021 · Gabra M et al (2001) Evaluation of cyclone gasifier performance for gasification of sugar cane residue—part 1: gasification of bagasse. Biomass Bioenergy 21(5):351–369. CAS Article Google Scholar Gámez S et al (2006) Study of the hydrolysis of sugar cane bagasse using phosphoric acid. J Food Eng 74(1):78–88
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