Atakan ÖNGEN, Şeyma MERCAN

Production of hydrogen-rich syngas via gasification of refuse derived fuel within the scope of renewable energy

  • Applied Mathematics
  • General Mathematics

The main challenge facing the globe is the rapid increase in population, energy consumption, and waste production. As a result, gasification might be regarded a favorable, cost-effective, and eco-friendly solution to this issue. In this study was carried out using an updraft fixed bed circulating gasifier transforming refuse derived fuel (RDF) into syngas. It was employed at 700°C, 800°C, and 900°C with a dry air rate of 0.05 l/min. The effect of temperature on syngas, which is the product of gasification, was observed. The maximum heating value of produced syngas was observed about 2900 kcal/m3 at 900 ˚C. As a result of the gasification process; conducted under optimum conditions, the concentrations of H2, CH4, CO were found to be approximately 45, 20, and 20 %, respectively. In conclusion, the gasification process is a suitable method for obtaining high-quality syngas from RDF materials that has a high calorific value.

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