Upgrading of Biogas to Biomethane - Physical Absorption Process (Water Scrubbing of Biogas)
von Rajivgandhi, M. M. C.
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In a decentralised energy supply with renewable resources, the use of biogas from anaerobic digestion, gains importance due to the high content of methane and the wide range of applications. The biogas contains 50 55 per cent of methane, 40 45 per cent of carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide in traces. Currently, biogas is mainly applied in small to medium scale heat and power production. However, the high carbon dioxide content reduces the fuel calori c value and in turn, limits the engine peak power.The traces of hydrogen sulfide produces sulfuric acid, which corrodes the internals of pipes, fittings etc. Therefore, instead of combusting the biogas directly, removing carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide contents, and using the biomethane (from biogas) for combustion has been an attractive fuel for IC engines, for power generation, as well as thermal application.
Rajivgandhi, M. M. C.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Dr. M.M.C.RAJIVGANDHI has obtained Ph.D. in Agricultural Engineering with specialization in Bio-Energy. He was awarded as an Outstanding Scientist in Er JP Gupta Memorial Engineering awards 2014 and also awarded CSIR- SRF for his Ph.D. research. He has published several articles related to his research projects on biomethantion and hydrogen.
0.222 x 0.15 x 0.008 m; 0.108 kg