Integration of Combine Heat and Power (CHP) with Bio-SNG production
door Muhammad, Shahbaz
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Natural gas reserves are limited as oil reserves and requires a shift towards synthetic fuel such as Synthetic Natural Gas (SNG) is required which can contribute towards cleaner environment. Conventional coal gasification can be replaced with biomass in order to produce synthetic natural gas (SNG). Synthetic natural gas can be used in existing natural gas distribution network, transport, domestic and industrial sector with almost no or little modifications. This study evaluates the integration of synthetic natural gas (SNG) production using biomass gasification with combined heat and power plant (CHP). Different performance indicators are used for comparison and different processes of carbon conversion, energy efficiencies, economic feasibility and commercial availability of technologies are evaluated.The results obtained by integration show yield of synthetic natural gas production about 77.4% on lower heating value basis as in the reference case of SNG production from 100 MW biomass (dried) input with power cycle and district heating.
Rasheed, Muhammad Asif
Muhammad Shahbaz is involved in teaching and research activities.He is pursuing his research in the field of biomass utilization for fuel production. He did M.Sc from KTH, Sweden.He is lecturer in University Of Gujrat Pakistan. Currently, He is pursuing his PhD in the field of biomass gasification in Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS Malaysia.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
0.229 x 0.152 x 0.005 m; 0.136 kg