[Gasification] Effect of Moisture Content on Gasification Efficiency in D...

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Tue Apr 1 19:07:31 CDT 2014

This system seems to be using "atmospheric air' for Pyrolysis,  The  gas 
produced seems to contain a remarkably low content of nitrogen and a very  
high sulphur content. is this a "typo"
In a message dated 4/1/2014 10:49:44 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
tmiles at trmiles.com writes:

Effect of Moisture Content on Gasification Efficiency in  Down Draft 
Hitesh Kumar, Dr Prashant Baredar, Dr Pankaj Agrawal, Dr  S.C.Soni[ 
Abstract :- Biomass gasification is used to generate  producer gas for the 
sustainable development. Now a days down  draft 
gasifier is most widely used due to its characteristics  like non 
production of tar production. Presently in India, few  biomass 
based power plants are in use because of lack of  knowledge and promotional 
policies of Government. Proper knowledge  is 
essential for the smooth operation of biomass based  power plant in full 
capacity. The main objective of the present study  is 
to focus on the effect of moisture content on the  gasification efficiency 
out of several influencing parameters of  gasification 
International Journal of Scientific Engineering and  Technology  (ISSN : 
2277-1581) Volume No.3 Issue No.4, pp : 411-413 1  April 2104 

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