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EWHFM 2013

Potential Economics from Organic Waste’s Carbon Recycling

To optimize output value in waste gasification and reforming processes, the use of dry thermo-catalytic Methane splitting, co-producing Hydrogen and highly surface active Carbon as downstream refining intermediaries was simulated in an integrated system in combination with bio-gas. To increase the ratio of carbon monoxide in the decomposition gas, CO2 can be split with the carbon derived from Methane Splitting in a coal gasification reactor. The endothermic energy requirements for the two gas splitting steps can largely be covered by the waste heat from the gasification module and some Hydrogen in excess of the 1:1 H2/CO. To read more, please download:

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