Biomass gasification refers to the process that converts biomass into combustible gas (mainly a mixture of hydrogen-rich compounds contained carbon monoxide, hydrogen and methane, and a small amount of carbon dioxide and nitrogen) by a thermochemical reaction at a high temperature.
It is realized that biomass is used in large-scale thermal power plants through biomass circulating fluidized bed gasification technology. Biomass coupled power generation has several major features
The main principle is to use the large amount of organic waste in industrial and agricultural or urban life to produce biogas by anaerobic fermentation. The biogas can be used to drive the internal combustion engine generator units to generate electricity.
Biomass pyrolysis refers to the process by which biomass is ultimately converted to bio-oil, charcoal, and combustible gases by heating under anaerobic conditions or incomplete combustion under anoxic conditions.
Direct combustion power generation is the direct combustion of biomass in boilers that produces steam to drive steam turbines and generators to generate electricity. The key technologies of biomass direct combustion power generation include biomass raw material pretreatment, boiler anti-corrosion
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