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Progress in Petrochemical Science

Influence of Fly and Sludge Ash in Oily Sludge Gasification

  • Open or CloseReem Ahmed1* and Chandra Mohan2

    1Department of Chemical Engineering, Petronas University of Technology, Malaysia

    2Department of Fundamental and Applied Sciences, Petronas University of Technology, Malaysia

    *Corresponding author: Reem Ahmed, Department of Chemical Engineering, Petronas University of Technology, Malaysia

Submission: August 12, 2020 Published: July 29, 2021

DOI: 10.31031/PPS.2021.04.000581

ISSN 2637-8035
Volume4 Issue2

Abstract

Although the gasification approach has been used as an advantageous route for the production of syngas, the presence of condensable organic compounds or tar in the product gas is invariably problematic [1,2]. The persistent build-up of tar in the flue gas makes the gas unsuitable for particular applications and induces blockages and corrosion in downstream installations, thereby decreasing overall gasification performance. Fuel and catalyst are also applied directly to the gasifier, which works under the pre-set conditions of the reactor, to generate product gas along with liquid tar and solid fly ash [1-4].

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