Publication detail

Comparison of Atmospheric Fluid Bed Gasification of Woody and Non-woody Biomass Fuels

LISÝ, M. BALÁŠ, M. ŠPILÁČEK, M. SKÁLA, Z.

Original Title

Comparison of Atmospheric Fluid Bed Gasification of Woody and Non-woody Biomass Fuels

English Title

Comparison of Atmospheric Fluid Bed Gasification of Woody and Non-woody Biomass Fuels

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper shortly describes biomass types and growing amount in the Czech Republic. The considerable part of this paper deals with energy parameters of the most frequent utilizing biomass types and results of their gasification testing. There was chosen sixteen the most exploited "Czech" woody plants and grasses. There were determinated raw, element and biochemical analysis, basic calorimetric values, ash composition and ash characteristic temperatures. After that, each biofuel was tested by fluid bed gasification. The essential part of this paper yields results of chosen biomass types gasification experiments. Partly, there are described an operating conditions in detail with accentuation of individual fuels particularities partly, there is summarized gas composition and impurities content. The essential difference was determined mainly between woody plants and grasses both from point of view of the operating conditions and gas quality. The woody plants was evaluated as more suitable fuels for fluid bed gasifiers. This results will be able to significantly help with decision which energy plants are suitable for growing or with optimal biomass-treatment technology selection.

English abstract

This paper shortly describes biomass types and growing amount in the Czech Republic. The considerable part of this paper deals with energy parameters of the most frequent utilizing biomass types and results of their gasification testing. There was chosen sixteen the most exploited "Czech" woody plants and grasses. There were determinated raw, element and biochemical analysis, basic calorimetric values, ash composition and ash characteristic temperatures. After that, each biofuel was tested by fluid bed gasification. The essential part of this paper yields results of chosen biomass types gasification experiments. Partly, there are described an operating conditions in detail with accentuation of individual fuels particularities partly, there is summarized gas composition and impurities content. The essential difference was determined mainly between woody plants and grasses both from point of view of the operating conditions and gas quality. The woody plants was evaluated as more suitable fuels for fluid bed gasifiers. This results will be able to significantly help with decision which energy plants are suitable for growing or with optimal biomass-treatment technology selection.

Keywords

Biomass Growing, Biomass Types, Gasification, Gas Composition, Tar

RIV year

2015

Released

17.08.2015

Publisher

WSEAS Press

Location

Sliema, Malta

ISBN

978-1-61804-329-0

Book

Mathematical and Computitational Methods in Electrical Engineering

Edition

53

Edition number

1

Pages from

44

Pages to

49

Pages count

5

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT119751,
  author="Martin {Lisý} and Marek {Baláš} and Michal {Špiláček} and Zdeněk {Skála}",
  title="Comparison of Atmospheric Fluid Bed Gasification of Woody and
Non-woody Biomass Fuels",
  annote="This paper shortly describes biomass types and growing amount in the Czech Republic. The
considerable part of this paper deals with energy parameters of the most frequent utilizing biomass types and
results of their gasification testing. There was chosen sixteen the most exploited "Czech" woody plants and
grasses. There were determinated raw, element and biochemical analysis, basic calorimetric values, ash
composition and ash characteristic temperatures. After that, each biofuel was tested by fluid bed gasification.
The essential part of this paper yields results of chosen biomass types gasification experiments. Partly, there are
described an operating conditions in detail with accentuation of individual fuels particularities partly, there is
summarized gas composition and impurities content. The essential difference was determined mainly between
woody plants and grasses both from point of view of the operating conditions and gas quality. The woody
plants was evaluated as more suitable fuels for fluid bed gasifiers. This results will be able to significantly help
with decision which energy plants are suitable for growing or with optimal biomass-treatment technology
selection.",
  address="WSEAS Press",
  booktitle="Mathematical and Computitational Methods in Electrical Engineering",
  chapter="119751",
  edition="53",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="WSEAS Press",
  year="2015",
  month="august",
  pages="44--49",
  publisher="WSEAS Press",
  type="conference paper"
}