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On the feasibility of integrated thermochemical processes for the decomposition of water in coal gasification

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Commission of the European Communities
energy
ON THE FEASIBILITY OF INTEGRATING
THERMOCHEMICAL PROCESSES
FOR THE DECOMPOSITION OF WATER
IN COAL GASIFICATION
Report
EUR 9526 EN
Blow-up from microfiche original Commission of the European Communities
energy
ON THE FEASIBILITY OF INTEGRATING
THERMOCHEMICAL PROCESSES
FOR THE DECOMPOSITION OF WATER
IN COAL GASIFICATION
U. PRETI, I. COLUSSI, A.M. FERMEGLIA,
V. GALLO, G. GROPPI, I. KIKIC,
C. POMODORO, C. SCHMID,
Area per la ricerca scientifica e
Technologica della provincia di Trieste
Padriciano, 99
I-TRIESTE
Contract No. EHC-53-019-l(S)
FINAL REPORT
Research financed by the Commission of the European Communities
within the frame of the Energy R&D Programme
- Production and use of hydrogen -
Directorate-General for Science, Research and Development
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1984
EUR 9526EN
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COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES
Directorate-General
Information Market and Innovation
Bâtiment Jean Monnet
LUXEMBOURG
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PREFACE
Two distinct parts form the study presented in this report: their
common purpose is to increase hydrogen production in coal gasification
processes with non traditional methods.
In the first part it has been analysed to produce hydrogen by means
of thermochemical cycles of water decomposition and taking advantage of
gasification gas heat evolved in the entrained-bed reactor, which
operates at high temperature (1700 to 1800 K).
The second part deals with the analysis of recovering hydrogen from
hydrogen sulphide, which forms in coal gasification, by utilizing
processes derived from the "Mark-13" thermochemical cycle of water
decomposition conceived at the Joint Research Centre at Ispra. IV
ABSTRACT
Two distinct parts form the study presented in this report: their common
purpose is to increase hydrogen production in coal gasification processes
with non traditional methods.
In the first part it has been analysed to produce hydrogen by means of
thermochemical cycles of water decomposition and taking advantage of
gasification gas heat evolved in the entrained-bed reactor, which operates
at high temperature (1700 to 1800 K).
The second part deals with the analysis of recovering hydrogen from hydrogen
sulphide, which forms in coal gasification, by utilizing processes derived
from the "Mark-13" thermochemical cycle of water decomposition conceived
at the Joint Research Centre at Ispra. - ν -
PART I
Hydrogen production by means of thermochemical
cycles of water decomposition