[Gasification] Drying using a syngas genset exhaust

linvent at aol.com linvent at aol.com
Mon Mar 21 15:40:56 MDT 2016

 There are a series of methods to use the waste heat from an engine for drying, direct effect, indirect and multiple effect. There are also processes where there are no emissions and the system is closed when drying aromatic compounds like manurer, DDG's or other compounds which may have serious environmental effects when dried. 
Leland T. "Tom" Taylor
Thermogenics Inc. 

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Subject: [Gasification] Drying using a syngas genset exhaust

      Hello all.
 Has anyone ever tried to use the genset exhaust of a syngas driven genset  in order to use it in a biomass dryer(rotary or something)?
 I can read in the literature that the syngas engine’s exhaust is saturated,  but I cannot find experimental data anywhere.
 What does “saturated” mean in numbers of relative humidity (%) or absolute  humidity (gr/kgr)?
 Best Regards

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