Biomass Gasification Articles

  • What Makes Biomass a Sustainable Energy Source?

    “Sustainability” is a major buzzword in the energy sector. In the face of climate change, national governments and global organizations like the United Nations continue to encourage the use of sustainable energy sources. In this blog, we’ll examine what makes biomass sustainable, specifically plant-derived biomass like wood pellets. Sustainable Resources: Wood ...


    By Uzelac Industries, Inc

  • Fuel for Schools: A Biomass Success Story

    On our blog, you have learned about different types of biofuel, the process for creating biofuel, and the global benefits of using biomass technology. Now it’s time to see all of this information put into practice. Different areas of the country have supported a program called Fuel for Schools, which encourages the use of renewable, local resources to provide heat to schools. ...


    By Uzelac Industries, Inc

  • New York releases greenhouse gas emissions reduction plan

    On June 25, 2015, the 2015 New York State Energy Plan was released, outlining a 40 percent reduction in emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) from 1990 to 2030 and an 80 percent reduction by 2050. The aggressive plan would achieve the reduction in GHG emissions through changes to power, transportation, buildings, and industry ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Biomass Bio Fuel Advantages over Fossil Fuels

    The human race has undergone a lot of changes through the millennia. Most of the advances in technologies have done in just the last couple of hundred years. The discovery of oil, gas and petroleum as energy sources changed ...


  • EPA Anticipates That Sorghum Based Biofuels Could Qualify For RFS

    EPA announced that renewable fuels produced from sorghum biomass could qualify as cellulosic fuel under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). This is a result of a preliminary analysis of the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions resulting from the growth and transport of biomass sorghum feedstocks that are used to make biofuels. The analysis, which was conducted in response to a petition from the National ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Mawera inside story – biomass case study

    With more than 30 years’ experience in the UK market, Mawera UK has supplied and installed wood burning boilers to numerous companies, turning wood-waste into heat for factory, office and process heating and helping companies recover the cost of their boilers through compliance with the RHI. To support progress and innovation, Mawera maintains its own levels of technology and combustion ...


    By Mawera (UK) Ltd

  • Case study - Decorpanel opts for Mawera biomass solution

    With six Homag beam saws, CNC drilling machines, CNC routing machines and edgebanders producing around 20 tonnes in off-cuts every week, Decorpanel of Hetton-le-Hole needed a boiler that would enable the company to utilise its waste fully and provide heating for the whole site. With the existing system out of action and a factory that was heated with gas and electric, Decorpanel’s Ian Ling ...


    By Mawera (UK) Ltd

  • Possibility of biomass gasification in tea manufacturing industries in Assam, India

    Tea manufacturing industries in India use natural gas, tea drying oil, wood, and coal for process heat. India is the second largest producer of tea [(1,137.07, China 1,761.00) million kilogram] in 2012. About 0.6–1.2 kg of coal is required to produce one kilogram of dried tea with average moisture of 2.5–3 percentage (w.b.). Biomass gasification is an established renewable energy technology for ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Environmental impacts of integrating wind energy systems and supplemental energy generation and storage systems

    Wind energy systems offer a promising alternative energy source due to the environmental, economic, and social benefits and, as a result, have garnered support for development and implementation. One of the major drawbacks of wind energy, however, is its variability due to the stochastic nature of wind, thus, supplemental energy generation or storage technologies are required. In this study, a ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • How to Prevent the Corrosion of Biomass Fired Boiler

     Biomass pellet,as the fuel of biomass fired boiler, is very more affordable than coal,oil and natural gas,and has no pollution to environment,it belongs to the renewable energy sources.Like other industrial boilers,biomass fired boiler also needs the maintenances to prevent corrosion in the process of its usage to prolong its service life.the engineer form Zhengzhou Boiler Co., Ltd.,gives ...


  • Investigation on the interannual variability of carbon dioxide column-averaged mole fractions in Peninsular Malaysia: 2003–2009

    Carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) is the most important anthropogenic greenhouse gas contributing to global climate change. The aim of this study was to assess the seasonal variations of CO 2 concentrations in Peninsular Malaysia from January 2003 to December 2009 using level 3 of the CO 2 column WFMD version 2.1 retrieved from SCIAMACHY satellite. The analysis for five locations showed ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Specialty Gas Report - Maximizing the Potential of Gasification Facilities – Simple Solutions, Huge Benefits

    Here and now gasification plants have the functionality to make the hydrogen economy a real possibility. Greatly reducing the cost of hydrogen production by using renewable resources and advanced, reliable processing techniques enables a gasification plant to produce valuable hydrogen product from waste materials. While the technology is available to enable this functionality, however, most ...


    By Verde LLC

  • PRME Naturally Gas Systems

    Your PRME Naturally produced biogas will come from biomass – not fossil fuels. Technically speaking, you will be firing gas produced by the thermal gasification of biomass. PRME’s NaturallyGas process design is not experimental or “under development”, but has been commercially firing industrial boilers for over eighteen years. PRME’s NaturallyGas Systems are ...


    By PRM Energy Systems, Inc.

  • In situ gas fuel production during the treatment of textile wastewater at supercritical conditions

    Supercritical water gasification has recently received much attention as a potential alternative to energy conversion methods applied to aqueous/non-aqueous biomass sources, industrial wastes or fossil fuels such as coal because of the unique physical properties of water above its critical conditions (i.e. 374.8 °C and 22.1 MPa). This paper presents the results obtained for the ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Exergy analysis of an integrated two–stage biomass gasifier and Solid Oxide Fuel Cell system

    In this study, an exergy analysis is applied to a conceptual integrated two–stage biomass gasifier and Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) system. Several simulations are conducted to assess the effect of some key input parameters on the exergy ratios of the components and the exergy efficiency of the system. The results show that the exergy efficiency of the integrated system varies between 11.6% and ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Exergy analysis of an integrated two-stage biomass gasifier and Solid Oxide Fuel Cell system

    In this study, an exergy analysis is applied to a conceptual integrated two-stage biomass gasifier and Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) system. Several simulations are conducted to assess the effect of some key input parameters on the exergy ratios of the components and the exergy efficiency of the system. The results show that the exergy efficiency of the integrated system varies between 11.6% and ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Electrostatic ReCyclone® systems: Modelling and application to emission control from biomass boilers

    The recent development of efficient electrostatic ReCyclone® systems allows their application to biomass boilers for strict legal limit compliance. The purpose of this paper is to present a model to predict in a more realistic way the collection efficiency of a gas cyclone with an electrostatic enhanced recirculation system. These systems consist in an optimized reverse-flow cyclone (col- ...

  • Biomass generation facility replaces flare - Case study

    A southeast-based Biomass Generation facility was interested in improving their current process to meet California’s increasingly stringent air emission requirements. At the time, a flare was being used to oxidize the off-gases from various production processes and storage containers. Catalytic Products International developed a solution that utilized the capabilities of the VECTOR ...

  • On the thermal oxidation stability of pyrolysis biomass oil

    The rice husk-based biomass-oil is composed of complex organic compounds and water, and its oxidation stability has a direct influence on its physico-chemical property and application. The advanced oxidation experiments were carried out through the flowing of air and oxygen respectively. The influences of four factors, including gas flux, oxidation time, temperature and copper foil, on the ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Study on the kinetics of NH3 removal from air by Nitrosomonas europaea

    In this paper, an attempt has been made to examine the feasibility of wood charcoal as a biofilter medium. The microorganism Nitrosomonas europaea has been utilised to remove ammonia in a continuous reactor. A maximum specific growth rate of 0.0565 h-1 was obtained for N. europaea in anaerobic environment using nitrate as electron acceptor. The slope of the graph between the maximum concentration ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

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