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Coal gasification environmental data summary
A. Gwen Eklund
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory in Research Triangle Park, NC
Written in English
|Statement||A. Gwen Eklund|
|Contributions||Air and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory|
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The United States Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy, through the Gasification Systems Program, is developing innovative and flexible modular designs for converting diverse types of US domestic coal into clean synthesis gas to enable the low-cost production of electricity, high-value chemicals, hydrogen, transportation fuels, and other useful products to suit market needs. Feedstocks enter the gasifier at the top, while steam and oxygen enter from below. Any kind of carbon-containing material can be a feedstock, but coal gasification, of course, requires coal. A typical gasification plant could use 16, tons (14, metric tons) of lignite, a brownish type of coal, daily.
Coal gasification is a process whereby a hydrocarbon feedstock (coal) is converted into gaseous components by applying heat under pressure in the presence of steam. Rather than burning, most of the carbon-containing feedstock is broken apart by chemical reactions that produce "syngas." Syngas is primarily hydrogen and carbon monoxide, but the exact composition can vary. Gasification - One means of converting coal to an alternate form of energy is gasification. In this process, coal is combined with oxygen and steam to produce a combustible gas, waste gases, char, and ash. The more than 70 coal gasification systems available or .
Gasification-based processes for power production characteristically result in much lower emissions of pollutants compared to conventional coal combustion. This can be traced to the fundamental difference between gasification and combustion: in combustion, air and fuel are mixed, combusted and then exhausted at near atmospheric pressure, while in gasification oxygen is normally supplied to the. UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS COAL, OIL SHALE, NATURAL BITUMEN, HEAVY OIL AND PEAT – Vol. I - Coal Gasification - Xingzhong Sha ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) Biographical Sketch Summary Coal gasification is one of the clean coal technologies.
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Publisher Summary. This chapter deals with coal gasification, which is a process that converts carbonaceous materials, such as coal, petroleum, petroleum coke, or biomass, into carbon monoxide and hydrogen. Coal gasification as a power-generation technology is gaining popularity due to the ready global availability of the raw material (coal.
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Coal gasification is the process of producing syngas–a mixture consisting primarily of carbon monoxide (CO), hydrogen (H 2), carbon dioxide (CO 2), natural gas (CH 4), and water vapour (H 2 O)–from coal and water, air and/or oxygen. Historically, coal was gasified to produce coal gas, also known as "town gas".Coal gas is combustible and was used for municipal lighting, and heating.
This chapter discusses the effect of coal utilization emissions on natural and man-managed terrestrial and freshwater ecosystems. The environmental impacts of increased coal utilization are primarily the result of the emission of air pollutants arising from combustion processes, coal gasification, or liquefaction plants.
Emissions from gasification can be easily captured because of the high pressure and, often, concentrations. Coal is the primary feedstock for gasification and will continue to be the dominant feedstock for the foreseeable future.
The current growth of coal as a gasification feedstock is largely as a result of new Chinese coal-to-chemicals plants. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
coal gasification. Coal-gasification environmental data summary: low- and medium-Btu wastewaters. Final report, September December Technical Report Castaldi, F.J.; Skinner, F.D. The report is a compilation of environmental characterization data for wastewaters from low- and medium-Btu coal-gasification facilities.
Fixed-bed, entrained-bed, and ash. This book provides an overview of two of the most common uses of coal: combustion and gasification. First, it outlines problems and possible solutions, and then the nature of coal is described.
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Volume 4. Underground Coal Gasification and Combustion provides an overview of underground coal gasification technology, its current status and future directions. Comprehensive in approach, the book covers history, science, technology, hydrogeology, rock mechanics, environmental performance, economics, regulatory and commercial aspects of UCG projects.5/5.
coal hydrocarbons) or with other primary decomposition products of coal to produce gaseous products. Not all the gaseous products generated by such processes are desir-able from the standpoints of fuel quality, further processing, and environmental issues.
Therefore, coal gasiﬁcation is always performed in connection with downstream pro. The outlook for coal use in the United States is governed by two major factors, namely, the desirability of using an abundant, low-cost, and secure domestic energy resource and the need to comply with increasingly stringent environmental control requirements.
A three-dimensional simulation of the Underground coal gasification (UCG) process is studied in terms of the heat and mass transport phenomena and chemical kinetics in a coal seam during coal. Underground Coal Gasification Best Practices in Underground Coal Gasification Elizabeth Burton Ravi Upadhye Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory This work was performed under the auspices of the U.S.
Department of Energy by the University of California, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory under contract No. WEng The principal objective of this book is to provide a current summary of this technology. The past technology for describing and analyzing coal furnaces and combus tors has relied largely on empirical inputs for the complex flow and chemical reactions that occur while more formally treating the.
(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Bridging the gap between the well-known technological description of gasification and the underlying theoretical understanding, this book covers the latest numerical and semi-empirical models describing interphase phenomena in.
Aug 31, · Environmental data were first made available after later trials in the USA, including Hanna and Hoe Creek UCG trials, for which groundwater contamination monitoring was conducted before, during, and after gasification.
The results illustrated that at shallow depths, UCG can pose a significant risk to groundwater in adjacent hermes-security.com by: The data have been compiled here to keep the public informed of the technologies and investments in major industrial coal gasification projects throughout the world.
These databases track proposed gasification projects with approximate outputs greater than megawatts electricity (MWe) or equivalent size for other products.
Environmental Issues in Underground Coal Gasification (with Hoe Creek example) Elizabeth Burton, Ph.D. Julio Friedmann, Ph.D. Ravi Upadhye, Ph.D., PE. United States Environmental Protection Agency Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory Research Triangle Park NC Research and Development EPA/S Sept.
Project Summary Environmental Hazard Rankings of Pollutants Generated in Coal Gasification Processes J. G. Cleland This report evaluates and ranks environmental hazards associated with coal gasification.Dec 08, · Underground coal gasification (UCG), which involves injecting oxygen and steam underground to release gas from coal seams, would massively increase UK carbon emissions if exploited, according to a.We are customizing your profile.
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