Gasification Technologies - A Primer for Engineers and Techs by J. Rezaiyan, N. Cheremisinoff

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The plant can process up to 2000 ton/day of fuel. A demonstration plant (220 ton/day) at Oil Deer Park Manufacturing complex in Houston completed tests proving the ability of the SCGP to gasify more diverse types of coals (220 ton/day of bituminous coals or 365 ton/day of high-moisture, high-ash lignite) before being shut down in 1991. Any coal that can be milled to the right size and pneumatically transported can be gasified in the Shell entrained flow gasifier. Some adjustments have to be made in order to keep the SCGP performances optimal when changing coal.

S. refineries producing more than 1000 tons per day of pet coke. A total of almost 95,000 tons per day of petroleum coke is 35 Gray, D. , “Opportunities for Petroleum Coke Gasification Under Tighter Sulfur Limits for Transportation Fuels,” Paper presented at the 2000 Gasification Technologies Conference, San Francisco, CA, October 8–11, 2000. 36 Oil and Gas Journal, December 20, 1999. fm Page 28 Thursday, January 20, 2005 3:42 PM 28 Rezaiyan and Cheremisinoff produced in these 35 refineries. S.

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.

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