Evaluation of a moving-bed system for hot-gas cleanup
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Evaluation of a moving-bed system for hot-gas cleanup by R. H Lamb

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Published by Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Chemical Technology Division, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Oak Ridge, Tenn, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Coal gasification

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Edition Notes

StatementR. H. Lamb and Staff of the Engineerng Coordination and Analysis Section, Chemical Technology Division
SeriesORNL/TM ; 6223
ContributionsOak Ridge National Laboratory. Chemical Technology Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Chemical Technology Division. Engineering Coordination and Analysis Section
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 24 p. :
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14881480M

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Abstract. Utilization of coal gasifiers to power MCFC requires a cleanup system to remove sulfur and particulates. Of the two near term options available for desulfurization of gasifier effluent, namely low temperature cleanup utilizing absorber/stripper technology, and hot gas cleanup utilizing metal oxides, there is a clear advantage to using hot gas cleanup. Circulating Moving Bed (CMB) combustion technology has its roots in traditional circulating fluidized bed technology and involves a novel method of solid fuel combustion and heat transfer. CMB technology represents a step change in improved performance and cost relative to conventional PC and FBC by: 1. A major part of the DOE effort in the Office of FE is directed toward development of coal-fired electric power generation systems. The DOE program sponsors coal technology development from basic research through engineering, proof-of-concept testing, and . In the combined cycle design (Fig. ), the flue gas from the PFBC boiler enters the hot gas clean-up system at about °F. After passing through the hot gas clean-up system and expanding in the gas turbine generator, the flue gas passes through a heat recovery steam-generator and conventional bag-house or ESP filter.

Granular moving bed filters and adsorbers (GM-BF/A) for hot gas cleanup continue to be developed as a key component of current integrated gasification combined cycle and advanced pressurized. The goal of this study was to evaluate the performance of a moving bed granular filter designed for hot gas clean up. This study used similitude theory to devise experiments that were conducted at. 1. Book Chapter ‘Kinetics of Coal Pyrolysis and Gasification Reactions’, Ch.2 “Coal Conversion Technology”, Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, ; Co-author C. Y. Wen, West Virginia University. 2. “A Portable Microreactor System to Synthesize Hydrogen Peroxide”, PI, DOD project awarded, 3.   This book is for chemical engineers, fuel technologists, agricultural engineers and chemists in the world-wide energy industry and in academic, research and government institutions. It provides a thorough review of, and entry to, the primary and review literature surrounding the subject.

Smith, D.P. et al., , Design Studies for Hot Gas Cleanup System in Load Following Mode, Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Gasification and Gas Stream Cleanup Systems Review Meeting, DOE/METC/, Vol. 2., p. Google ScholarCited by: 8. Particulate Hot Gas Stream Cleanup Technical Issues. Annual Report, October – September Particulate Hot Gas Stream Cleanup Technical Issues. Quarterly Report. January – March Particulate Hot Gas Stream Cleanup Technical Issues. Quarterly Report January 1 – Ma Biomass gasification with air in a bubbling fluidized bed is studied in a small pilot plant. Variables analyzed are equivalence ratio (from to ), temperatures of the gasifier bed (− °C) and of its freeboard (− °C), H/C ratio in the feed, use of secondary air (10% of the overall) in the freeboard, and addition (2−5 wt %) of a calcined dolomite mixed with the biomass Cited by: Abstract. After a decade of extensive research, a number of solid sorbents have been identified as being suitable for the high-temperature removal of H 2 S from coal gas. Current activities are aimed at the development of a continuous desulfurization process through reactor studies and pilot-plant by: 1.