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Gasification - Wikipedia

Gasification is a process that converts organic- or fossil fuel-based carbonaceous materials into carbon monoxide, hydrogen and carbon dioxide.This is achieved by reacting the material at high temperatures (>700 °C), without combustion, with a controlled amount of oxygen and/or steam.

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The Five Processes of Gasification - ALL Power Labs

Gasification as incomplete combustion. Gasification is most simply thought of as choked combustion or incomplete combustion. It is burning solid fuels like wood or coal without enough air to complete combustion, so the output gas still has combustion potential.

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Coal gasification - Wikipedia

Coal gasification is the process of producing syngas–a mixture consisting primarily of carbon monoxide (CO), hydrogen (H 2), carbon dioxide (CO 2), natural gas (CH 4) , and water vapour (H 2 O)–from coal and water, air and/or oxygen.

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Gasification Systems | Department of Energy

The United States Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy, through the Gasification Systems Program, is developing innovative and flexible modular designs for converting diverse types of US domestic coal into clean synthesis gas to enable the low-cost production of electricity, high-value chemicals, hydrogen, transportation fuels, and other useful products to suit market needs.

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The Global Syngas Technologies Council » GSTC

The Global Syngas Technologies Council (GSTC) promotes the role that gasification and syngas technologies play in helping improve the energy, power, chemical, refining, fuel and waste management industries.

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How Gasification Works | HowStuffWorks

Gasification is the conversion of carbonaceous feedstock into synthetic gas. Learn all about gasification at HowStuffWorks.

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Gasification | GTI

Gasification can be a highly efficient, practically pollution-free way to produce power, fuels, and chemicals from readily available resources (such as coal, coke, and biomass).

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Coal Gasification | HowStuffWorks

A Tiverton, R.I., resident poses next to a container labeled "Gas Plant Waste" in 2005. The state believes the area contamination was caused by the Fall River Gas Co. dumping coal gasification waste for decades.

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Gasification | Definition of Gasification by Merriam-Webster

Recent Examples on the Web. Coal gasification, on the other hand, takes coal and turns it into something similar to natural gas. — Emily Hopkins, Indianapolis Star, "Betting on 'clean coal': Why some see it as a crucial part of our energy future — and some don't," 18 Mar. 2018 Nazi Germany used coal gasification to mass-produce enough synthetic fuels to power tanks and aircraft in World ...

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Gasification - Aries Clean Energy

Fluidized Bed Gasification. Fluidized bed gasification is a process that converts carbon-containing waste material into a synthetic fuel gas, along with a very small amount of inert char. Waste feedstock is fed into the gasifier and a controlled amount of oxygen is introduced.

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