fluidized bed combustor Articles
Influence of bed height on the quality of rice husk ash in a fluidised bed combustor
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of bed height on the quality of rice husk ash in a 210–mm diameter pilot scale fluidised bed combustor. The degree of rice husk burning in the fluidised bed could be deduced from the temperature of the combustor and the particle size of the resulting ash. The turbulence in the bed would break down the char skeleton of the rice husk ...
Hydrogen production by catalytic methane decomposition and catalyst regeneration by oxygen mixtures in fluidised and fixed bed reactors
In the present paper, the Thermo-Catalytic Decomposition (TCD) of methane has been investigated in a laboratory-scale bubbling fluidised bed reactor using copper dispersed on γ-alumina as a catalyst. The usefulness of a fluidised bed operation instead of a fixed bed operation has been assessed in terms of methane-to-hydrogen conversion and the amount of carbon accumulated on the catalyst. The ...
Fluidised bed combustion and gasification of rice husk and rice straw – a state of art review
Rice is cultivated in all the main regions of world. The worldwide annual rice production is 666 million tons for the year 2008. The combustion and gasification of rice husk/rice straw in fluidised bed reactors seems to be an attractive possibility of future for power generation, the solution of waste disposal problems and the reduction of greenhouse gases. In this paper, overview of fluidised ...
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