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WASTE TO FUEL. Gasification using High Temperature Steam. Evaluation and Thermochemical Modeling of High Temperature Steam Gasification of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW). University of Florida Boiling Heat Transfer and Clean Biomass Energy Research Laboratory

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Waste to fuel

WASTE TO FUEL

Gasification using High Temperature Steam

Evaluation and Thermochemical Modeling of High Temperature Steam Gasification of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW)

University of Florida

Boiling Heat Transfer and Clean Biomass Energy Research Laboratory

Uisung Lee, Jacob N. Chung, Herbert A. Ingley


Research fields biomass energy group at uf

Research Fields: Biomass Energy Group at UF

Biomass and MSW Steam Gasification System

Hydrogen Separation

Biomass

or MSW

Gasifier

Hydrogen

Separation

Membrane

Syngas

Hydrogen

H2 & CO

Fischer-Trposch Reactor

Biodiesel

F-T Reaction

Photo by Michael Kappel on Flickr


Waste to fuel

Municipal Solid Waste (MSW)

Landfilled waste : 53.8% (2012, EPA)


Gasification

Gasification

Generator

Electricity

H2

Hydrogen Membrane Separator

pure

Hydrogen

Syngas

(H2, CO, CH4)

Fischer-Tropsch Reactor

Biodiesel

Gas turbine

or IC engine

Mechanical

work


Why steam

Why Steam?

No N2 dilution

Increase syngas heating value

H element is limited in feedstock

Expected Higher H2 concentration

Steam works as source of H2

Condensed water can be reused

Can be separated and recirculated

No CO2 data due to GC problem, for rubber


The end

The End

University of Florida

Boiling Heat Transfer and Clean Biomass Energy Research Laboratory

Uisung Lee: [email protected]

Research Website: http://gasification.mae.ufl.edu


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