SYN GAS TANKS
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What is syn gas?
Syn gas (synthesis gas) is a mixture of H2 and CO is produced by the steam reforming and partial oxidation of hydrocarbons or a combination of both processes.
Syngas is the condensation for Synthesis gas. The name syngas is derived from the use as an intermediate in generating synthetic natural gas and to create ammonia or methanol. Syngas is also an intermediate in creating synthetic petroleum to use as a lubricant or fuel.
Syngas is used as an intermediate in the industrial synthesis of hydrogen and ammonia
During this process, methane combines with water to generate carbon monoxide and hydrogen. As a residue of energy gasification, syngas is produced.
Syngas is flammable and often used as a fuel of internal ignition engines. It has less than half the energy density of natural gas.
Syngas is created by the gasification or pyrolysis of carbonaceous materials. Gasification involves subjecting these materials to high temperatures, in the controlled presence of oxygen with only limited combustion to provide thermal energy to sustain the reaction. Gasification can occur in man-made vessels, or alternatively could be conducted in-situ as in underground coal gasification (UCG). Where the fuel to the gasifier is of recent biological origin, such as wood or organic waste, the gas produced by the gasifier is considered to be a renewable fuel and the power produced by its combustion is renewable. When the fuel to the gasifier is a waste stream, its conversion to power in this manner has the combined benefit of the conversion of this waste into useful products.
Syngas produced from reorganizing natural gas or other chemical processes
Syngas is used to produce power, condensation, hydrogen, and basic chemicals such as methanol and ammonia.
- Fuel Flexibility.
- Better Efficiency.
- Low cost, low emission.
- Parts increase more availability and reliability.
Advantages of Syn Gas with Fuelling Gas Engines
- Independent power supply
- Reduced energy costs, and greater predictability and stability
- Efficient and economic combined heat and electricity supply
- High electrical efficiency compared to other power generation technology (i.e. steam or gas turbines)
- Best suited for an electrical output range of a few hundred kW up to 20-30MW
- Low gas pressure required
- Alternative disposal of a problem gas while simultaneously harnessing it as an energy source
- Substitute to conventional fuels
- Environmental benefits by greenhouse gas reduction
- Gasification process
- Startup process
- Training Operator
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