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Fundamental Issues in Control of Carbon Gasification Reactivity (NATO Science Series E:)

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Chemistry of non-metals & their compounds, Science, Coal, Coal Products Technology, Technology & Industrial Arts, Gasification, Science/Mathematics, Engineering - Chemical & Biochemical, Chemistry - Industrial & Technical, Chemistry - Physical & Theoretical, Science / Chemistry / Inorganic, Science-Chemistry - Industrial & Technical, Science-Chemistry - Physical & Theoretical, Technology / Engineering / Chemical & Biochemical, Carbon, Chemistry - Inorganic, Congr
ContributionsL Lahaye (Editor), Pierre Ehrburger (Editor)
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Open LibraryOL7806509M
ISBN 100792310802
ISBN 139780792310808

During the last decade there has been a renewed interest in under­ standing from a fundamental point of view the gasification of carbon.

Basi­ cally there are two major issues in controlling the reactivity of carbon: i) reduction of the gasification rate of carbon materials in hostile environment ii) increase of the gasification rate in order to utilize carbonaceous compounds more effectively.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Fundamental Issues in Control of Carbon Gasification Reactivity, Cadarache, Saint Paul lez Durance, France, 30 July-3 August "--Title page verso. Get this from a library.

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Fundamental issues in control of carbon gasification reactivity. [Jacques Lahaye; Pierre Ehrburger;] -- During the last decade there has been a renewed interest in underƯ standing from a fundamental point of view the gasification of carbon.

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Mühlen (auth.), Jacques Lahaye, Pierre Ehrburger (eds.) During the last decade there has been a renewed interest in under­ standing from a fundamental point of view the gasification of carbon. Description: During the last decade there has been a renewed interest in under standing from a fundamental point of view the gasification of carbon.

Basi cally there are two major issues in controlling the reactivity of carbon: i) reduction of the gasification rate of carbon materials in hostile environment ii) increase of the gasification.

Du Z., Sarofim A.F., Longwell J.P., Tognotti L. () The CO/CO 2 Ratio in the Products of the Carbon-Oxygen Reaction. In: Lahaye J., Ehrburger P. (eds) Fundamental Issues in Control of Carbon Gasification by: Fundamental Issues In Control Of Carbon Gasification Reactivity English Hardco.

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Nato Science - $ This book includes discussion of fundamental aspects of coal gasification that have been developed in the many investigations Fundamental Issues in Control of Carbon Gasification Reactivity book during the past 15 to 20 years in the areas of Author: James G.

Speight. Gasification is a process that uses heat, pressure, and steam to convert materials directly into a gas composed primarily of carbon monoxide and hydrogen. Gasification technologies differ in many aspects but rely on four key engineering factors: gasification reactor atmosphere (level of oxygen or air content), reactor design.

CO 2 gasification takes place via 1,2,4 & 5, and H 2 O gasification via 3,4 & 5. The gas atmosphere composition will actually determine the distribution of the active centres between *, O* and CO 2 *, but in absence of CO 2 and at high temperatures (> K) the latter will hardly be present [].At even higher temperatures (> – K) the oxidation of the carbon surface Cited by: 1.

Download Citation | Chemical Reactivity and Surface Treatment | Oxidation reactions Hydrogenation and halogenation reactions Surface treatment and heterogenous catalysis Conclusion Bibliography.

Carbon and Coal Gasification by Jose Luis Figueiredo,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The influence of carbon monoxide inhibition on carbon dioxide gasification and of hydrogen on steam gasification was quantified using the Langmuir–Hinshelwood equation.

Further, the deactivation behavior of the pyrolysis chars was analyzed by measuring their reactivities under constant reaction conditions and plotting them as a function of Author: Tobias Netter, Andreas Geißler, Hartmut Spliethoff. Emerging technologies such as plasma gasification can process landfill waste to extract commodity recyclables and convert carbon‐based materials into valuable fuels.

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Springer Netherlands, Dordrecht, – Carrier M, Hardie AG, Uras Ü, Görgens J, Knoetze J. Production of char from vacuum pyrolysis of South-African sugar cane bagasse and its characterization as activated carbon and biochar.

the product gas. In this work the possibility of the production of activated carbon within the indirect gasification process is investigated. To evaluate the use of char from a gasification process as activated carbon, samples of char were produced in laboratory scale reactors under gasification conditions using two methods.

So, this gasification reaction is carbon consumption reaction. Carbon solution-loss reaction, also, consumes carbon, but is, on the other hand, gasified carbon recycle reaction (from carbon dioxide to carbon monoxide).

Reactivity of these gasification reactions directly affects carbon use efficiency of iron making by: 1. Carbon lies in between Aluminum and Zinc in the reactivity series. Hope this helps. The coal gasification reached a CGE of % for the operating conditions studied here.

The co-gasification of coal-biomass blends could attain a CGE of % by using charcoal blends. The increase of ER led to the decrease of gas yield, heating value Cited by: 6. History of coal gasification starts from early 20th century, but the real commercial size of gasifiers can be supplied from limited vendors.

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Non-equilibrium Gasification 9 Carbon conversion as a function of equivalence ratio 10 Carbon conversion as a function of temperature 13 Carbon conversion as a function of water input 14 Carbon conversion as a function of carbon dioxide concentration 17 Summary 17 The Yining char samples were prepared in following conditions that raw coal particle size was in range mm and pyrolysis final temperature was oC, oC and oC, respectively, with a heating rate 20oC/min under atmospheric pressure.

The gasification reactivity of chars was performed by thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) at oC in steam, CO2 and steam/CO2 Author: Pei Wang, Wen Jian Zhu, Yong Hui Bai, Fan Li. Baron, G. Production of town gas and synthesis gas by pressure gasification of bituminous coal. [Thermodynamic conditions ad reaction kinetics for gasification of coal in a fixed bed at high pressure, and differences in process for gasification of coal dust at atm pressure and coal lumps under high pressure are discussed].

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carbon wood ash of particle sizes smaller than 3 mm, while comparing its behaviour to that of unburned wood. Gasification was conducted in a stainless steel bubbling fluidized bed reactor 3-inch diameter and height of approximately mm using air and air-steam as gasifying agents.

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An atypical gasification strategy separates pyrolysis and biomass gasification into separate stages with individual control, which are then subsequently integrated, i.e., a multistage gasification.

It avoids mixing of produced volatiles and char, consequently adverse impacts on the reactivity and gasification of char are by:.

By igniting in the coal seam and injecting gas agent, underground coal gasification (UCG) causes coal to undergo thermochemical reactions in situ and, thus, to be gasified into syngas for power generation, hydrogen production, and storage.

Compared with traditional mining technology, UCG has the potential sustainable advantages in energy, environment, and the by: 2.Gasification Reactions Thermodynamics Gasification Technologies Recent Developments in Gasification Technology Applications of Coal Gasification Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle Why Gasify, Not Burn for Electricity Generation?

Carbon Capture and Storage.The gasification reactivities of four pretreated carbonaceous materials from the Corex furnace, including one coal char, two metallurgical cokes, and one recycling dust, were investigated by a thermogravimetric analyzer, in which the recycling dust came mainly from two metallurgical cokes and accounted for a mass fraction of %.

The physicochemical properties of the different Cited by: 4.