[Gasification] eliminating carbon monoxide from coal gas

Pannirselvam P.V pannirbr at gmail.com
Sun Apr 12 08:13:36 MDT 2015


Hi   Ronaldoo H

        I also  agree with you , the need for co removal can surley involve
more  chemical process step , hence more energy consumed as you pint out ,
but  the need for this  one can not compress , canot store safety problems
, once tranformed  co into  c02 and hydrofgen , the amount of h2 increase
to via welknowon water shift low medium temperatuare , then theproduct c02
and h2   has more practical use in ic engines as you corectetly put it .
Simple ,simillar water scrubing methane gas may work too to improve ,
optimize the tecnology ,co.THus co removal can help to store excess energy
 as little energy demand ,some problem with motor or some problem with fuel
too in the context of rural bioenergy production


yours   truely



Pannirselvam Pagandai V
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On Sun, Apr 12, 2015 at 6:56 AM, Ronald Hongsermeier <rwhongser at web.de>
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> Okay, after reading this three times, it seems your goal is to cull the
> coal gas of its CO and use that as automotive fuel.  I think, if my memory
> serves me correctly that the energy lost in the various conversions
> necessary would make this even more energetically disadvantageous than the
> already c. 10/1 energy density (dry biomass//delivered energy at engine) of
> biomass <=> liquid gasoline/diesel fuel already is. For driving an internal
> combustion engine you will lose way too much energy in conversion to make
> this anything but a financial hole in the ground. That's why automotive
> gasifiers directly connected to the engine via a filter, cooling and
> control system were developed in the first place.
>
> regards,
> Ron
>
>
> On 12.04.2015 05:14, Anand Karve wrote:
>
>> Coal gas as automotive fuel
>> Agriculture, forests and urban centres  in India produce annually
>> about 1000 million tons of combustible waste biomass. Its energy
>> content is almost 3 times as much as the petroleum that we currently
>> use in our country.  Samuchit Enviro Tech developed a simple and
>> nonpolluting technology for converting combustible biomass into
>> charcoal. When hot charcoal is treated with steam, it produces coal
>> gas, consisting of a mixture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen. We have
>> used this reaction in an experimental stove, in which the coal gas is
>> used as fuel.   Can anybody suggest a simple method of removing carbon
>> monoxide from coal gas?
>> Yours
>> A.D.Karve
>>
>> ***
>> Dr. A.D. Karve
>>
>> Chairman, Samuchit Enviro Tech Pvt Ltd (www.samuchit.com)
>>
>> Trustee & Founder President, Appropriate Rural Technology Institute (ARTI)
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