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Yakaboylu, O. (author)
In the following decades, biomass will play an important role among the other renewable energy sources globally as it is already the fourth largest energy resource after coal, oil and natural gas. It is possible to obtain gaseous, liquid or solid biofuels from biomass via thermochemical or biochemical conversion routes. Among them, gasification...
doctoral thesis 2016
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Siedlecki, M. (author)
This work presents and discusses the results of the research on the gasification of biomass in an atmospheric circulating fluidized bed, with a mixture of steam and oxygen as fluidization / gasification medium. The main objectives of this research were to investigate and improve the gasification process in order to produce hydrogen-rich gas from...
doctoral thesis 2011
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Sable, S.P. (author)
Coal based power generation is a significant source of mercury emissions to the atmosphere and this has attracted huge attention in the past decade. Recently, the concerns regarding global warming and need for new energy resources introduced the concept of cofiring of biomass and waste as secondary fuels in the power industry. The addition of a...
doctoral thesis 2007
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De Jong, W. (author)
Fossil fuels still dominate the energy supply in modern societies. The resources, however, are depleting. Therefore, other energy sources are to be exploited further within this century. Biomass is one of the practically CO2 neutral, renewable contributors to the future energy production. Nowadays many modern, high efficiency (combined) power...
doctoral thesis 2005
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Schoen, P. (author)
doctoral thesis 1993
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