Publication detail

Design of Syngas Cleaning by Wet Scrubber

VAVŘÍKOVÁ, P. ELBL, P. BALÁŠ, M. LISÝ, M. MILČÁK, P.

Original Title

Design of Syngas Cleaning by Wet Scrubber

English Title

Design of Syngas Cleaning by Wet Scrubber

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

Gasification is a process which produces gas of low heating value, however, generated gas contains except heating elements also several pollutants. The main contaminant is tar, which causes the most problems during its use. The thesis deals with the issue of gas pollution and its cleaning with a focus on wet scrubbing of gas. As washing liquid is used water. For cleaning are proposed different operating conditions whose accuracy is verified experimentally. For experimental purposes, syngas generated by gasification of biomass, is gathered from the atmospheric gasifier Biofluid 2. The purpose of this thesis is to determine the chemical composition of gas before and after wet scrubbing, the difference of composition of tar gathered from purified and nonpurified gas and using gathered data to evaluate the effectiveness of wet scrubbing. The results of the experiment confirm the proposed operating conditions and the efficiency of gas washing with water is high for certain operating conditions, but for the application of gas in the final plants the tar concentrations are still too high. To achieve the limit requirements of final application, the proces of wet scrubbing needs to be improved.

English abstract

Gasification is a process which produces gas of low heating value, however, generated gas contains except heating elements also several pollutants. The main contaminant is tar, which causes the most problems during its use. The thesis deals with the issue of gas pollution and its cleaning with a focus on wet scrubbing of gas. As washing liquid is used water. For cleaning are proposed different operating conditions whose accuracy is verified experimentally. For experimental purposes, syngas generated by gasification of biomass, is gathered from the atmospheric gasifier Biofluid 2. The purpose of this thesis is to determine the chemical composition of gas before and after wet scrubbing, the difference of composition of tar gathered from purified and nonpurified gas and using gathered data to evaluate the effectiveness of wet scrubbing. The results of the experiment confirm the proposed operating conditions and the efficiency of gas washing with water is high for certain operating conditions, but for the application of gas in the final plants the tar concentrations are still too high. To achieve the limit requirements of final application, the proces of wet scrubbing needs to be improved.

Keywords

gas cleaning, wet scrubber, tar

Released

19.09.2018

Publisher

SPEKTRTUM STU

Location

Bratislava

ISBN

978-80-227-4835-3

Book

TOP2018, 24th annual International Scientific Conference

Edition

M. Horvát

Edition number

1

Pages from

35

Pages to

35

Pages count

1

BibTex


@misc{BUT156223,
  author="Petra {Vavříková} and Patrik {Elbl} and Marek {Baláš} and Martin {Lisý} and Pavel {Milčák}",
  title="Design of Syngas Cleaning by Wet Scrubber",
  annote="Gasification is a process which produces gas of low heating value, however, generated gas contains except heating elements also several pollutants. The main contaminant is tar, which causes the most problems during its use. The thesis deals with the issue of gas pollution and its cleaning with a focus on wet scrubbing of gas. As washing liquid is used water. For cleaning are proposed different operating conditions whose accuracy is verified experimentally. For experimental purposes, syngas generated by gasification of biomass, is gathered from the atmospheric gasifier Biofluid 2. The purpose of this thesis is to determine the chemical composition of gas before and after wet scrubbing, the difference of composition of tar gathered from purified and nonpurified gas and using gathered data to evaluate the effectiveness of wet scrubbing. The results of the experiment confirm the proposed operating conditions and the efficiency of gas washing with water is high for certain operating conditions, but for the application of gas in the final plants the tar concentrations are still too high. To achieve the limit requirements of final application, the proces of wet scrubbing needs to be improved.",
  address="SPEKTRTUM STU",
  booktitle="TOP2018, 24th annual International Scientific Conference",
  chapter="156223",
  edition="M. Horvát",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="SPEKTRTUM STU",
  year="2018",
  month="september",
  pages="35--35",
  publisher="SPEKTRTUM STU",
  type="abstract"
}