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gasification

[′gas·ə·fə′kā·shən]
(chemical engineering)
Any chemical or heat process used to convert a substance to a gas; coal is converted by the Hygas process to a gaseous fuel.
(mining engineering)
A method for exploiting poor-quality coal and thin coal seams by burning the coal in place to produce combustible gas which can be burned to generate power or processed into chemicals and fuels. Also known as underground gasification.
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BBM including HSD and MFO is much less efficient compared to other sources of energy such as gas, coal and gasified coal.
According to the developed project, central and local government institutions and production facilities will be gasified in the first, farmland in the second and households in the third stage.
The percentage of rubber in the mixture being gasified was 20-40 %, mainly of 20%.
The Cafe Racer, a 1975 Chevy Pickup, has been converted to run on an onboard gasified motor that can burn most biomass.
The Des Plaines, IL-based Gas Technology Institute (GTI) recently announced it has successfully demonstrated that chicken litter can be gasified to produce hydrogen and generate electricity using a solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC).
Black liquor, created during the chemical pulping process, can be efficiently burned like natural gas when gasified under pressure.
Fuel cells require very clean gas, so any success in powering one with gasified materials could be an environmental milestone.
Ideal for elastomer profiles, hoses, weatherstrip and insulated wire and cable applications, the system eliminates contamination caused by water immersion or spray systems by utilizing gasified liquid nitrogen as the cooling source, according to the company.
Wood from these trees could be gasified, then burned to produce electricity.
In 2012 and 2013, the institutions of the municipality were gasified while in the period 2013-2014 the households were connected to the gas pipeline as the first users of gas in the Republic of Macedonia while now the gasification of the industrial objects begins.
Tokyo Gas currently supplies gasified LNG to the thermal power plants from its adjacent facilities.