Carbon formation and metal dusting in advanced coal gasification processes

@inproceedings{Devan1997CarbonFA,
  title={Carbon formation and metal dusting in advanced coal gasification processes},
  author={Janamitra Devan and Peter Francis Tortorelli and Roddie Reagan Judkins and Ian G. Wright},
  year={1997}
}
The product gases generated by coal gasification systems contain high concentrations of CO and, Characteristically, have relatively high carbon activities. Accordingly, carbon deposition and metal dusting can potentially degrade the operation of such gasifier systems. Therefore, the product gas compositions of eight representative gasifier systems were examined with respect to the carbon activity of the gases at temperatures ranging from 480 to 1090°C (900 to 2000°F). The composition of the… CONTINUE READING

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