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Gasification of large char particles with CO2 and H2O has been investigated both experimentally and with model studies. A local volumetric rate model is derived that takes into account the chemical reaction rate and the effective diffusivity being a function of the local carbon conversion and therefore a function of time and position within the particle. The model includes shrinking unreacted core and homogeneous reaction as extreme cases. Chemical reaction rates of powdered deal wood char were measured for different CO2 and/or H2O concentrations (0.05 - 2 mol/m3) and as a function of the carbon conversion and temperature (1073 - 1273 K) by means of a modified thermobalance. In separate single particle tests the effective diffusivity has been determined for different carbon conversions. A specially designed single particle reactor has ...
The solubility of CO2 in various aqueous amine based solvents was determined at lower CO2 partial pressures. Cyclic capacity of various potential aqueous amine based solvents at 10 kPa CO2 partial pressure was determined by performing CO2 absorption at 30 ∘C, regeneration at 90oC and at 1 atmosphere. 1,7-Diaminoheptane and 1,6Hexanediamine, N,N’-dimethyl was found to be having high cyclic loading of 0.81 and 0.85 moles CO2/moles amine respectively. Aqueous solution of 1,6-Hexanediamine, N,N’-dimethyl of 0.5 and 2.55 Mole/L concentration was selected for solubility study of CO2 at different partial pressure ranging from 1 up to 40 kPa, 30 ∘C and at 1 atmosphere. The solubilities of CO2 in aqueous 1,6-Hexanediamine, N,N’-dimethyl at 30oC were compared with those in aqueous solution of MEA with similar solution concentrations. The solubil...
The tendency of alkaline (sodium, potassium and lithium) salts of taurine, β-alanine, sarcosine and L-proline to form precipitates under varying operational conditions of CO2 absorption has been investigated. CO2 absorption experiments have been performed at 293.15 and 313.15 K, at partial pressures relevant for capturing CO2 from flue gas conditions and amino acid salt concentrations up to the saturation concentration. In addition to this ‘window of operation’ for the (non-) precipitation regime, the identity of precipitates formed was revealed and relevant properties like density of the saturated aqueous amino acid salt solutions at 293.15 K have been determined.
A system to remove in situ char/ash from hot pyrolysis vapors has been developed and tested at the University of Twente. The system consists of a continuous fluidized bed reactor (0.7 kg/h) with immersed filters (wire mesh, pore size 5 μm) for extracting pyrolysis vapors. Integration of the filter system in the fluidized bed should overcome operational problems related to the increase in pressure drop across the filter in time and a decrease in oil yield as typically observed in downstream pyrolysis vapor filtration and lead to process intensification. In this study the effect of in situ hot pyrolysis vapor filtration has been studied with respect to process stability, product yields, and product quality. Oil obtained via a more conventional cyclone system placed in parallel to the filter system served as reference for the quality and ...
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