hydrogasification

hydrogasification

[‚hī·drə‚gas·ə·fə′kā·shən]
(chemical engineering)
A technique to manufacture synthetic pipeline gas from coal; pulverized coal is reacted with hot, raw, hydrogen-rich gas containing a substantial amount of steam at 1000 pounds per square inch gage (6.9 × 106 pascals, gage) to form methane.
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Rapid devolatilization and hydrogasification of bituminous coal.
The fourth reaction (reaction (4)) is the hydrogasification reaction that is also known as the methanation reaction, which forms very minute levels of methane during gasification [9].
Porada, "The influence of coal rank on formation of gaseous hydrocarbons in hydrogasification of coal," Fuel, vol.
Other alternative uses of manure are pyrolysis, hydrogasification, oil conversion process, and composting.