Continuous On-Line Tar Monitoring for Process Control
Borgmeyer, J., Neubauer, Y.
Tar and tar related problems remain the foremost obstacle in development and especially in the implementation of gasification technologies into today’s energy supply systems. Aromatic and polycyclic aromatic compounds (PAC) are by-products in most high temperature thermochemical conversion processes. Further advances in technology development depend on reliable analytical approaches to analyse and to monitor the product gas quality. A measurement device giving immediate responses and detailed information on ‘tar’ could boost the so long discussed advances of gasification technology for the generation of fuel and synthesis gases from biomass. Besides solutions for research and development, robust and stable solutions for process monitoring and control are desired. This work presents an advanced setup of such a robust ‘tar’ monitoring device based on light induced fluorescence and results from on-line gas measurements at a gasifier and with test gases.
analysis, gas cleaning, gasification, tar, thermochemical conversion
Biomass Conversion Technologies for Heating, Cooling and Electricity
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