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Concurrent with the emergence of biomass as an important energy source, it was natural that coal gasification interpretations would be carried over to explain biomass gasification. Even today, most articles on biomass gasification use only Eqs. (4-7) and (4-8) to explain biomass gasification and ignore Eq. (4-4), even though Eq. (4-4) applies to the 80% biomass volatiles. Biomass pyrolysis produces only 10% to 20% charcoal, and the charcoal is very reactive. Therefore, this cannot be the primary explanation for the conversion of biomass to gas.

At SERI we have built the oxygen gasifier shown in Fig. 5-12. We operate this with a fixed flow of oxygen and add biomass faster or slower to maintain a fixed bed level. In the BuckRogers gasifier of Fig. 5-11, a fraction of air is introduced through the rotating nozzles and maintains the zone at that level (Walawender 1985). Some gasifiers operate at lower values of 0 on purpose by augering charcoal out of the char zone in order to produce charcoal-a valuable byproduct-and to yield the higher gas heating value shown at low @ in Fig.

Actual composition for specific biomass is shown in Tables 3-3,3-4,3-6, and 3-7). The nitrogen is shown in parentheses because it is an inert portion of air and does not take part in the reaction. For oxygen combustion of biomass it would be omitted. 9 kJ/g (8990 Btullb) when the temperature of the combustion products is low enough for all the liquid to be water, and this is the value that would be measured in a bomb calorimeter and reported as the high heat of combustion or HHV as shown in Tables 3-6 and 4-1.

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