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Title Gasification for synthetic fuel production : fundamentals, processes and applications / edited by Rafael Luque, James G. Speight.

Publication Info. Cambridge, England ; Waltham, Massachusetts : Woodhead Publishing, 2015.
2015

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Description 1 online resource (348 pages).
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computer c rdamedia
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Series Woodhead Publishing Series in Energy ; Number 69
Woodhead Publishing in energy ; no. 69.
Note Includes index.
Print version record.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Front Cover; Gasification for Synthetic: Fuel Production Fundamentals, Processes, and Applications; Copyright; Contents; List of contributors; Woodhead Publishing Series in Energy; Part One: Fundamentals; Chapter 1: Gasification and synthetic liquid fuel production; 1.1. Introduction; 1.2. Gasification processes; 1.3. Gasification feedstocks; 1.3.1. Coal; 1.3.2. Biomass; 1.3.3. Petroleum residues; 1.3.4. Black liquor; 1.4. Gasification for power generation; 1.4.1. General aspects; 1.4.2. Cogasification of coal with biomass and waste; 1.4.2.1. Biomass; 1.4.2.2. Waste.
1.5. Gasification for synthetic fuel production1.5.1. Gaseous products; 1.5.1.1. Synthesis gas; 1.5.1.2. Low-heat content (low-Btu) gas; 1.5.1.3. Medium-heat content (medium-Btu) gas; 1.5.1.4. High-heat content (high-Btu) gas; 1.5.2. Liquid fuels; 1.6. Future trends; Chapter 2: Types of gasifier for synthetic liquid fuel production; 2.1. Introduction; 2.2. Gasifier types; 2.2.1. Fixed-bed gasifiers; 2.2.2. Fluid-bed gasifiers; 2.2.3. Entrained-bed gasifier; 2.2.4. Molten salt gasifier; 2.3. Products of gasification; 2.3.1. Gases; 2.3.2. Other gaseous products; 2.3.3. Tar.
2.4. Reactor design: chemical aspects2.4.1. Feedstock devolatilization; 2.4.2. Char gasification; 2.4.3. Chemistry; 2.5. Reactor design: physical aspects; 2.5.1. Influence of feedstock quality; 2.5.2. Mixed feedstocks; 2.5.3. Mineral matter content and ash production; 2.5.4. Heat release; 2.5.5. Other design options; 2.6. Gasification mechanism; 2.6.1. Primary gasification; 2.6.2. Secondary gasification; 2.6.3. Shift conversion; 2.6.4. Hydrogasification; 2.6.5. Catalytic gasification; 2.6.6. Plasma gasification.
Chapter 3: Preparation of feedstocks for gasification for synthetic liquid fuel production3.1. Introduction; 3.2. Feedstock types, properties, and characterization; 3.3. Feedstock suitability and utilization challenges; 3.4. Preparation techniques for onward processing; 3.4.1. Crushing, separation, and drying; 3.4.2. Compaction, pelletizing, and briquetting; 3.5. Advantages and limitations of feedstocks for gasification; Chapter 4: Sustainability assessment of gasification processes for synthetic liquid fuel production; 4.1. Introduction; 4.2. Environmental and energy issues.
4.2.1. LCA of biofuels4.2.2. Impacts on energy; 4.3. Economic assessment of synthetic liquid and gaseous biofuels; 4.3.1. Biodiesel; 4.3.1.1. Feedstock options and land use; 4.3.1.2. Feedstock, capital, and other costs; 4.3.2. Bioethanol; 4.3.2.1. Feedstock options and land use; 4.3.2.2. Feedstock, capital, and other costs; 4.3.3. Algae fuels; 4.3.4. Biogas fuels; 4.3.4.1. The role of gasification; 4.3.4.2. Economic assessment of syngas; 4.3.4.3. Economic assessment of SNG; 4.4. The role of sustainability assessment in supporting international biofuel policies; 4.5. Conclusions.
Summary Gasification involves the conversion of carbon sources without combustion to syngas, which can be used as a fuel itself or further processed to synthetic fuels. The technology provides a potentially more efficient means of energy generation than direct combustion. This book provides an overview of gasification science and engineering and the production of synthetic fuels by gasification from a variety of feedstocks. Part one introduces gasification, reviewing the scientific basis of the process and gasification engineering. Part two then addresses gasification and synthentic fuel production pr.
Subject Biomass gasification.
Synthetic fuels.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Chemical & Biochemical.
Biomass gasification. (OCoLC)fst00832552
Synthetic fuels. (OCoLC)fst01141224
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Luque, Rafael, editor.
Speight, James G., editor.
Other Form: Print version: Gasification for synthetic fuel production : fundamentals, processes and applications. Cambridge, England ; Waltham, Massachusetts : Woodhead Publishing, 2014 xiv, 333 pages Woodhead Publishing in energy ; Number 69 9780857098023
ISBN 9780857098085 (e-book)
085709808X (e-book)
0857098020
9780857098023
9780857098023
Standard No. DEBBG BV042489975
DEBSZ 431765219
DEBSZ 434139300
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AU@ 000056016339
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CHNEW 001012441

 
    
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