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syngas

[′sin‚gas]
(chemical engineering)
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Syngas and its derivatives have a large number of applications that range from fertilizers, chemical intermediates, solvents, water treatment chemicals, transportation fuels, and others.
According to a speculation, RIL is likely to completely switch to syngas once the coke gasification project is completed.
Syngas has a number of commercial applications including feed for power generation plants and iron and steel blast furnaces, gas-to-liquids processes and fertiliser/methanol production.
Carbon Energy Representatives will be heading to Chile within the next two weeks for meetings with Antofagasta Senior Management and part of the discussions will be focused on the acceleration of a commercial scale energy project based on UCG syngas.
The book also covers advances in coal-to liquids and syngas-to-liquids processes, and examines the integration of hydrogen and syngas production with current and future energy systems.
This uses catalysts to convert the syngas into liquid hydrocarbons.
The syngas produced by the Syngas Generator can regenerate a lean N[O.
DynaMotive noted that syngas can be converted into synthetic diesel fuel, or Syndiesel, for use in diesel-powered engines without modification, including automobiles, trucks, buses and industrial diesel turbines.
The RTI breakthrough cleans syngas so that it can be used to generate electricity, produce hydrogen, make chemical products, or produce motor fuels.
all of the emissions to atmosphere after the combustion of the syngas were significantly lower than those prescribed by the Province of Ontario's A-7 Guidelines, which are among the most stringent in the world.
A powerful steam turbine, tailored for the ammonia and methanol markets, should help syngas companies meet booming future demand.
The first step of the project is to demonstrate that we can gasify the complex mixture of waste and produce clean synthetic gas, or syngas, by utilizing the EERC's novel advanced fixed-bed gasifier (AFBG) system on the biomass-residue mixture," said Project Manager and Research Scientist, Nikhil Patel.