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  • PALM OIL WASTE GASIFICATION: THE EFFECT OF OPERATING

    or it is being used as nutrient for the cultivation of young oil palm (Haron et al., 2007). Due to large in quantities, the waste from oil palm is now facing a disposal problem, thus the best way to disposed it is with the gasification process which not only give the efficient way but then, it can also produce one source of energy.

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  • A review of gasification of bio-oil for gas production

    The commercial production of advanced fuels based on bio-oil gasification could be promising because the cost-effective transport of bio-oil could promote large-scale implementation of this biomass technology. So far there has been no specialized review of bio-oil gasification processes

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  • Biomass gasification of oil palm fronds (OPF) and

    Tests were carried out using air as the gasification agent in a laboratory-scale entrained flow gasifier at atmospheric pressure and temperature between 700 and 900 °C, and equivalence ratio (ER) from 0.2 to 0.4 for both oil palm frond (OPF) and Koompassia malaccensis (Kempas), which are biomass wastes from palm oil mill and forest residues, respectively.

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  • Gasification of oil palm residues (empty fruit bunch) in

    In this respect, Ogi et al. [25] has recently investigated gasification of oil palm residues in an entrained flow gasifier using either steam or steam-oxygen mixtures as gasifying agent for

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  • GASIFICATION OF OIL PALM BIOMASS IN HOT COMPRESSED

    GASIFICATION OF OIL PALM BIOMASS IN HOT COMPRESSED WATER (HCW) FOR PRODUCTION OF SYNTHESIS GAS by KELLY YONG TAU LEN Thesis submitted in fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science March 2009

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  • (PDF) SYNGAS FOR METHANOL PRODUCTION FROM

    SYNGAS FOR METHANOL PRODUCTION FROM PALM OIL BIOMASS RESIDUES GASIFICATION. Article (PDF Available) · June 2012 with 1,741 Reads How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone views

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  • Syngas Performance of Biomass Gasification Using Oil Palm

    covers about 4.6 million hectares . 10 percent of the oil palm biomass is processed into finished [1] products such as palm kernel oil and palm oil while the remaining 90 percent waste. This waste is includes empty fruit bunch (EFB), palm oil mill effluent (POME), kernel shell and oil palm fronds (OPF) [2]. Oil palm biomass has the potential to

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  • Author: Nurul ‘Ain Hashim, Norzanah Rosmin, Aede Hatib Musta’amal, Ir Baharruddin Ishak, J. P. Barton
  • Gasification of oil palm residues (empty fruit bunch) in

    Oil palm is cultivated in plantation in Southeast Asian countries, however, bio-fuel produced from the EFB and transported to Japan and used in Japan is counted to “biomass energy in Japan”, which contributes to CO2 mitigation and production of substitute fuel in Japan. We gasified EFB and clarified the gasification characteristics

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  • Heat Integration Analysis of Gasification Process for

    Heat Integration Analysis of Gasification Process for Hydrogen Production from Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunch Abrar Inayat, Murni M Ahmad*, M I Abdul Mutalib, Suzana Yusup Chemical Engineering Department, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Bandar Seri Iskandar, 31750 Tronoh, Perak, Malaysia murnim@petronas.my A heat integrated flowsheet has been

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  • AIR GASIFICATION OF PALM BIOMASS FOR PRODUCING TAR

    AIR GASIFICATION OF PALM BIOMASS FOR PRODUCING TAR-FREE HIGHER HEATING VALUE PRODUCER GAS RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS EFB from palm oil mill having a moisture content of 65% was further treated through shredding and hammer-milling as a size reduction process before feeding into the palm biomass downdraft gasification system. The pre-treated EFB

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  • PRODUCTION OF THE HIGH QUALITY TORREFIED OIL PALM

    fiber and the kernel shell. The main reason of selected oil palm waste as the biomass raw material is due to its availability as Malaysia is the second largest producer of palm oil in the world. The experiment was carried out by using a tubular reactor which was located at the Gas Engineering Lab of University Malaysia Pahang. Results obtained

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  • syngas biomass generator in palm oil mill oil pressing

    GASIFICATION TECHNOLOGY USING JUNE 2004 PRODUCTION AND. The syngas produced from the gasification of palm oil mill biomass can either use the gas as a fuel in the existing boiler or for combustion in gas engines to generate both Schematic diagram of gasification technology system using palm oil mill biomass.

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  • SYNGAS FOR METHANOL PRODUCTION FROM PALM OIL

    In Colombia, Biodiesel is produced from palm oil and methanol; this methanol could be obtained from gasification of the raw palm oil residuals. The complete process includes: pre-treatment of the biomass, gasification, the cleaning and conditioning of the gas and finally the synthesis of methanol. In this article, a review of the gasification

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  • PAPER OPEN ACCESS Biomass to methanol plant based on

    combustion processes, gasification processes, and auxiliary processes such as gas and water phase displacement reactions. Syngas is a raw material for most other chemical products, such as . methanol, ammonia, and Dimethyl Ether (DME). One of the kinds of biomass that has big potential to be utilized is palm empty fruit bunch (EFB). On the year

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  • Development of Gasification System Fuelled with Oil

    Key words: Oil palm fibres and shells, gasification system, gas producer and turbine specifications are decided by the developers and as such small variation is noted in pressure, temperature and capacity of the boilers for the same capacity of the mills[5]. Figure 1 shows the flow diagram of typical boiler used in palm oil mill. In this boiler

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  • Converting agricultural waste to energy Part one

    The bioenergy sources identified in Guyana are rice husk from rice production, residues from the forestry industry, biodiesel from palm oil, cogeneration of bagasse, bioethanol from the molasses and biogas from cattle manure, sewage sludge, and urban and suburban waste.

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  • Gasification, pyrolysis and combustion technologies as

    Gasification, pyrolysis and combustion technologies as process alternatives for woody biomass valorization Juan Camilo Solarte-Toro1, Jose Andrés Gonzalez-Aguirre1, Carlos Andrés García-Velásquez2, Carlos Ariel Cardona-Alzate1* 1Instituto de Biotecnología y Agroindustria, Departamento de Ingeniería Química, Universidad Nacional de Colombia,

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  • Gasification of Oil Palm Biomass to Produce Clean

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  • Processes Free Full-Text Thermochemical Conversion of

    Fuel resource diversification is a global effort to deviate from non-renewable fossil fuels. Biomass has been identified as an alternative solid biofuel source due to its desirable properties and carbon neutrality. As reported in the literature, biomass can positively contribute towards combating climate change while providing alleviation for energy security issue. As part of efforts to

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  • Crude Palm Oil Processing Line Machinery Equipment

    Palm oil is now one the world’s largest edible vegetable oil. Palm plantation is low investment and palm oil price is low, thus palm oil has a strong competiveness in the world oil market. Oil palm tree can begin harvest 30 months later, its economic benefit is 25 years. Good palm oil tree (example: TENERA) has heavy palm fruit weight among

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  • Crude Palm Oil Processing Line Machinery Equipment

    Palm oil is now one the world’s largest edible vegetable oil. Palm plantation is low investment and palm oil price is low, thus palm oil has a strong competiveness in the world oil market. Oil palm tree can begin harvest 30 months later, its economic benefit is 25 years. Good palm oil tree (example: TENERA) has heavy palm fruit weight among

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  • Catalytic Gasification of Empty Fruit Bunch for Enhanced

    Oil palm is widely grown in Malaysia. There has been interest in the utilization of oil palm biomass for production of environmental friendly biofuels. The gasification of empty fruit bunches (EFB), a waste of the palm oil industry, was investigated in this study to

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  • Waste-to-Energy: Producer Gas Production from Fuel

    as well as sampling of tar content from the gasification process of biomass briquette. 2. MATERIAL AND METHODS . 2.1 Oil Palm and Tung Tree Waste. The fuel used a waste from oil palm and tung tree in Thailand. The oil palm waste was obtained from the southern of Thailand and tung tree wastes utilized from northern Thailand. The potential of oil

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  • UTILIZATION OF PALM EMPTY FRUIT BUNCH (PEFB) AS SOLID

    palm oil mill of the company process about 48 tones fresh fruit bunches/hour and all electricity and steam were from the in-house boilers firing the empty fruit bunch (EFB), In a well-run palm oil mill, it is expected that each 100 tonnes of PFFB processed yields 20 to 24 tonnes of crude palm oil, 20-22 tons of empty fruit bunch, 14 tons oil

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  • Effect of Operating Conditions on Catalytic Gasification

    2013-03-19· H 2, CO, and CH 4 contents in the product gas were higher when an air/steam mixture was used as the gasifying medium. But CO 2 content from air gasification was higher than that from air-steam gasification [].With air gasification, an increased degree of combustion rate may occur to release more CO 2 due to the higher ER (0.4) used in the gasification process.

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  • The Oil Palm Wastes in Malaysia IntechOpen

    Oil palm is the most important product from Malaysia that has helped to change the scenario of it’s agriculture and economy. Lignocellulosic biomass which is produced from the oil palm industries include oil palm trunks (OPT), oil palm fronds (OPF), empty fruit bunches (EFB) and palm pressed fibres (PPF), palm shells and palm oil mill effluent palm (POME).

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  • Biofuels Basics Department of Energy

    Once the char is removed, the vapors are cooled and condensed into a liquid “bio-crude” oil. Gasification follows a slightly similar process; however, biomass is exposed to a higher temperature range (>700°C) with some oxygen present to produce synthesis gas (or syngas)—a mixture that consists mostly of carbon monoxide and hydrogen.

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  • EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT GASIFYING AGENTS ON SYNGAS PRODUCTION

    H & PUAD E. 2011. Effects of different gasifying agents on syngas production from oil palm trunk. In Malaysia, the oil palm sector generates huge amounts of residues and wastes such as fruit fibres, palm kernel shells, empty fruit bunches, fronds, trunks and palm oil mill effluent. Oil palm trunk (OPT) is the most abundant

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  • Comparison of biomethane and syngas production as energy

    13 Research group on Chemical, Catalyti c and Biotechnological Processes Simulated scenarios Scenario 1: Oil palm rachis gasification and syngas production to be used as fuel for heat and power generation in the CHP plant Scenario 2: Anaerobic digestion of the oil palm rachis without pretreatment and biomethane production to be used as fuel for heat and power generation in the CHP plant

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  • HYDROTHERMAL GASIFICATION OF ORGANIC WASTE

    HYDROTHERMAL GASIFICATION OF ORGANIC WASTE Mohamad Yusman Center for Environmental Technology, TPSA-BPPT, Indonesia Abstract: Bio-waste or any organic waste that can be decomposed anaerobically or aerobically is usually the largest component of all wastes generated particularly in an agricultural country. If they are not treated

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