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Investigation of an Intensified Thermo-Chemical Experimental Set-Up for Hydrogen Production from Biomass: Gasification Process Integrated to a Portable Purification System—Part II

Abstract

Biomass gasification is a versatile thermochemical process that can be used for direct energy applications and the production of advanced liquid and gaseous energy carriers. In the present work, the results are presented concerning the H2 production at a high purity grade from biomass feedstocks via steam/oxygen gasification. The data demonstrating such a process chain were collected at an innovative gasification prototype plant coupled to a portable purification system (PPS). The overall integration was designed for gas conditioning and purification to hydrogen. By using almond shells as the biomass feedstock, from a product gas with an average and stable composition of 40%-v H2 , 21%-v CO, 35%-v CO2 , 2.5%-v CH4 , the PPS unit provided a hydrogen stream, with a final concentration of 99.99%-v and a gas yield of 66.4%.

Funding source: This research was funded by the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking and Horizon 2020 programmes under grant agreements 299732 and 815284, respectively.
Related subjects: Production & Supply Chain
Countries: France ; Germany ; Italy ; Netherlands
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2022-06-23
2023-02-07
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