Chemistry of the gasification of carbonaceous raw material

Pavlo Saik, Roman Dychkovskyi, Vasyl Lozynskyi, Volodymyr Falshtynskyi, Edgar Caseres Cabana, Leonid Hrytsenko

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The paper represents the studies of the process of carbonaceous raw material gasification. The initial material is represented by bituminous coal of grade H with the carbon (C) content of 79.2-85.3 %. Experimental studies have been used to substantiate the parameters of combustible generator gases (СО, Н2, СН4) output depending on the temperature of a reduction zone of the reaction channel and gas flow velocity along its length. It has been identified that the volume of the raw material input to be used for gasification process changes in direct proportion depending on the amount of burnt-out carbon and blow velocity. The gasification is intensified in terms of equal concentration of oxygen and carbon in the reaction channel of an underground gas generator. The gasification rate is stipulated by the intensity of chemical reactions, which depend immediately on the modes of blow mixture supply. Moreover, they depend directly on the intensity of oxygen supply to the coal mass and removal of the gasification products.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationActual Challenges in Materials Science and Processing Technologies II
EditorsOleg Bazaluk, Gennadiy Pivnyak, Roman Dychkovskyi, Vasyl Lozynskyi, Pavlo Saik, Daria Pilova
PublisherTrans Tech Publications Ltd
Number of pages12
ISBN (Print)9783035718836
StatePublished - 2021
EventScientific and Practical Event of the National Contact Point “Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy”, 2020 - Dnipro, Ukraine
Duration: 9 Nov 202011 Nov 2020

Publication series

NameMaterials Science Forum
Volume1045 MSF
ISSN (Print)0255-5476
ISSN (Electronic)1662-9752


ConferenceScientific and Practical Event of the National Contact Point “Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy”, 2020

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  • Carbon
  • Carbonaceous raw material
  • Coal
  • Combustible gases
  • Gas generator
  • Gasification


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