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1252. 2. Cyclic gas generators converted coke, a by-product of hightemperature pyrolysis process, to a synthetic gas by alternatively exposing the coke to air to provide heat and to steam to produce a gas that burned with a blue flame. The coal gas was know as “blue water gas” (Probstein, R. F. and Hicks, R. , Synthetic Fuels, McGraw-Hill, 1982, p. 7). 3. Klass, D. , Biomass for Renewable Energy, Fuels, and Chemicals, Academic Press, 1998, p. 271. 4. S. gov/coalpower/ gasification/models. 5. , private communications with producers, 1997.
Enough oxygen is fed to the lower burner to melt the slag. Molten slag solidiﬁes on the gasiﬁer wall as a ﬁrst layer, and subsequent molten slag ﬂows over the layer of the solidiﬁed slag to the slag tap hole at the bottom of the gasiﬁer; it is quenched with water and ﬁnally removed via a lock hopper. fm Page 43 Thursday, January 20, 2005 3:42 PM Coal Gasification Technologies 43 gasiﬁed and converted to reactive char. The char moves down along the spiral gas ﬂow and mixes with high-temperature gas in the lower portion of the gasiﬁer, where gasiﬁcation proceeds further.
By performing a ‘sour shift’ of the syngas, most of the carbon monoxide should be converted into carbon dioxide and an equal volume of hydrogen. If carbon dioxide removal is performed then the fuel for the combustion turbine will consist mainly of H2. BBP: Babcock Borsig Power (BBP) technology, also known as the Noell entrained ﬂow technology, was ﬁrst developed in 1975 in the former East Germany for the gasiﬁcation of lignite in a 3 MW pilot plant. A full-scale (130 MW) gasiﬁer was built in the 1980s to produce syngas and town gas.