Gasification

FLUID-BED GASIFIERS

The history and development of coal gasification and fluid-bed technology have been intimately linked since the development of the Winkler process in the early 1920s. Winkler’s process operated in a fluidization regime, where a clear distinction exists between the dense phase or bed and the freeboard where the solid particles disengage from the gas. This regime is the classic or stationary fluid bed. With increasing gas velocity a point is reached where all the solid particles are carried with the gas and full pneumatic transport is achieved. At intermediate gas velocities the differential velocity between gas and solids reaches a maximum, and this regime of high, so-called “slip velocity” is known as the circulating fluid bed. Over the years gasification processes have been developed using all three regimes, each pro­cess exploiting the particular characteristics of a regime to the application targeted by the process development. These differences are portrayed in Figure 5-6.

In fluid-bed gasification processes the blast has two functions: that of a reactant and that of the fluidizing medium for the bed. Such solutions, where one variable has to accomplish more than one function, will tend to complicate or place limitations on the operation of the gasifier, as in for example, turndown ratio. These problems are especially severe during start-up and shutdown. In most modern gasification processes oxygen/steam mixtures are used as blast. However, when the gas is to be used for power generation, gasification with air may be applied—and in the case of biomass gasification, it often is.

Some simplified reactor sketches for bubbling fluid beds, circulating fluid beds, and transport reactors are given in Figures 5-9, 5-10, and 5-11. In Figure 5-7, the

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temperature profiles for both the coal and gas are given. Temperature profiles for transport type gasifiers are very complex.

Gasification

Liquid Wastes

Organic Chemical Waste. Organic wastes from chemical production vary as widely as the processes from which they originate. One published example is the feedstock to a waste gasification plant at …

Carbon Management

In the Texaco process, soot is extracted from the carbon-water mixture with naphtha and recycled with the feedstock to the reactor where it is gasified to extinction. The black water …

Common Issues

Operating Temperature Any fluid bed depends on having the solid particles of a size that can be lifted by the upward flowing gas. A large portion (over 95%) of the …

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