Gasification

Meva Innovation AB VIPP Gasifier

Meva AB VIPP Gasifier

Mikael Sjöblom, Meva Innovation AB, Sweden
http://www.mevainnovation.se/

Meva Innovation AB has been working on a new VIPP (Vortex Intensive Power Process) cyclone gasifier and gas cleaner. They have had a 500kw CHP Pilot plant operating since 2009, and are building a small CHP plant for a district heating (utility) which will be commissioned in September.

Experimental investigations of long stick wood gasification in a bottom lit updraft fixed bed gasifier

Experimental investigations of long stick wood gasification in a bottom lit updraft fixed bed gasifier
A. A. Saravanakumar, Spray Engineering Devices Limited, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India, July 17, 2008

Long Stick Reactor
Long Stick Reactor

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Rice Husk Gasifier Links

Rice Husk Gasifier Links
Tom Miles, March 6, 2008

Following are some links for Rice Husk Gasifiers

Philippines
Rice Biomass for Agriculture & Industry in the Philippines & ASEAN Bernardo D. Tadeo PhD PhilRice, Philippines (Pdf) Dec 14, 2005

Japan
R&D of Carbonizing Gasification of Biomass Wastes Kazuyoshi Ichikawa, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, March 2007

Crorey Alternative Fuels Biomass Gasifier Systems

Crorey Alternative Fuels Biomass Gasifier Systems
January 8, 2008

Crorey Gasifier System

Specification 45 kWe 500-700,00 Btuh, 0.5-5 psig.

Theory of Operation

In general, our gasifier transforms dry biomass into a usable, gaseous fuel with can be used in virtually any existing natural gas or propane burning device.

Charcoal Gasifier No. 3

Charcoal Gasifier No. 3
Doug Williams, Fluidyne, New Zealand, July 28, 2007

Hi Gasification Colleagues,

It is clear from the private mail coming to me, that charcoal gasification has created an interest that allows many to now enter these discussions. While my emphasis is to try and make it understandable for beginners, it should also stimulate those more advanced to test what I say against their own experiences,( such as Ken Calvert has provided). His real DIY experiences show that you can get going if you have some help to start. I really do not like to ignore or delete mail asking questions, but please wait until the end of these informal lessons, to initiate questions and answers. If we do it that way, anyone in future can find all the discussion under the common Subject title, so please do not contaminate the title by using it to discuss other topics.

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Biomass Gasification using Solar Thermal Energy

<p><a href="http://engnet.anu.edu.au/DEresearch/solarthermal/pages/pubs/MunzingerSol06.pdf">Biomass Gasification Using Solar Thermal Energy</a> (pdf)<br /> M. Munzinger and K. Lovegrove, Solar Thermal Group, Department of Engineering, Australian National University, Canberra ACT 0200, AUSTRALIA, ANZES 2006<br /> Courtesy of Peter Singfield July 2007</p>

Charcoal Gasifier No 2

Charcoal Gasifier No 2
Doug Williams, Fluidyne, July 24, 2007

Hi Gasification Colleagues,

While charcoal gasifiers are as simple as desperation determines, the choices as to how they are designed is very much a factor of applied knowledge, using the materials that might be available. In the main, we will only be using components made of steel, and using basic welding equipment for assembly.

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Charcoal Gasifier No 1

Charcoal Gasifier No 1.
Doug Williams, Fluidyne, July 21, 2007

Hi Gasification Colleagues,

Back in June, I promised to give you some basic lessons on how to make a charcoal gasifier, and to explain some terminology. This is for those who understand nothing about gasification in a practical sense, so should kick start those with less ability or resources. It does not cover gasifiers that use raw biomass.

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