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carbon dioxide from the atmosphere While other biofuel technologies such as biogas and biodiesel are also carbon neutral, gasification (a) uses a wider variety of feedstocks, (b) can be used to produce a wider variety of products, and (c) is an efficient method of extracting energy from biomass Therefore, it is not surprising that biomass gasification is one of the most technically and economically convincing energy possibilities for the production of alternate fuels
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143 The Fischer-Tropsch Process The Fischer-Tropsch process is a catalyzed chemical reaction in which carbon monoxide and hydrogen are converted into liquid hydrocarbons of various forms Typical catalysts used are based on iron and cobalt The principal purpose of this process is to produce a synthetic petroleum substitute for use as synthetic lubrication oil or as synthetic fuel The process is currently used in South Africa to produce liquid fuels from syngas (produced from coal by gasification) Chemically, the Fischer-Tropsch process is represented as the conversion of carbon monoxide and hydrogen to hydrocarbons and water: nCO + (2n+1)H2 CnH(2n+2) + nH2O The initial reactants in the above reaction (ie, CO and H2) can be produced by other reactions such as the partial combustion of a hydrocarbon: CnH(2n+2) + 1/2 nO2 (n+1)H2 + nCO Or by the gasification of coal or biomass: C + H2O H2 + CO The energy needed for this endothermic reaction of coal or biomass and steam is usually provided by (exothermic) combustion with air or oxygen This leads to the following reaction: 2C + O2 CO The mixture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen is called syngas The resulting hydrocarbon products are refined to produce the desired synthetic fuel The carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide is generated by partial oxidation of coal and wood-based fuels The utility of the process is primarily in its role in producing fluid hydrocarbons from a solid feedstock, such as coal or solid carbon-containing wastes of various types Nonoxidative pyrolysis of the solid material produces syngas which can be used directly as a fuel without being taken through Fischer-Tropsch transformations If a liquid fuel, lubricant, or wax is required, the Fischer-Tropsch process can be applied successfully in the manufacture Part of the issue with the Fischer-Tropsch process is that it produces a mixture of hydrocarbons many of which are not useful as fuel However, the use of molecularlyspecific catalysts to convert these undesirable hydrocarbons into specific liquid fuels is established These catalysts work by rearranging the carbon atoms, transforming six-carbon atom hydrocarbons, for example, into two- and ten-carbon atom hydrocarbons The liquid fuels produced in this way have several potential advantages not the least of which is the absence of the odiferous, particle-producing aromatics The liquid fuels formed by the Fischer-Tropsch process burn much cleaner and are environmentally more acceptable
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With respect to coal, there are several processes for the conversion of coal to gas One in particular, the Karrick process, is a low temperature carbonization process in which coal is heated at 360 to 749 C (680 to 1380 F) in the absence of air to produce oil and gas For example, Karrick processing of 1 ton (2000 lb) of coal yields up to 1 bbl of coal tar (12 percent by weight, rich in lower molecular weight hydrocarbons suitable for processing into fuels), 3000 ft3 of fuel gas (a mixture of hydrogen, carbon monoxide, methane, and other volatile hydrocarbons), and 1500 lb of solid smokeless char or semicoke Smokeless char can be used for utility boilers and cooking coal in steel smelters, yields more heat than raw coal, and can be converted to water gas which, in turn, can be converted to hydrocarbon fuel by the Fischer-Tropsch process 144 Bioprocesses A bioprocess is any process that uses complete living cells or organisms or their components (eg, bacteria, enzymes) to effect a desired physical and/or chemical change in the feedstock Transport of energy and mass is fundamental to many biological and environmental processes Modern bioprocess technology used this principle and is actually an extension of older methods for developing useful products by taking advantage of natural biologic activities Although more sophisticated, modern bioprocess technology is based on the same principle; combining living matter (whole organisms or enzymes) with nutrients under the conditions necessary to make the desired end product Bioprocesses have become widely used in several fields of commercial biotechnology, such as production of enzymes (used, eg, in food processing and waste management) and antibiotics Since bioprocesses use living material, they offer several advantages over conventional chemical methods of production Bioprocesses usually require lower temperature, pressure, and pH (the measure of acidity) and can use renewable resources (biomass) as raw materials In addition, greater quantities can be produced with less energy consumption In most bioprocesses, enzymes are used to catalyze the biochemic reactions of whole microorganisms or their cellular components The biologic catalyst causes the reactions to occur but is not changed After a series of such reactions which take place in large vessels (fermenters or fermentation tanks), the initial raw materials are chemically changed to form the desired end product Nevertheless, there are challenges to the use of bioprocesses in the production of synthetic fuels First, the conditions under which the reactions occur must be rigidly maintained Temperature, pressure, pH, oxygen content, and flow rate are some of the process parameters that must be kept at very specific levels With the development of automated and computerized equipment, it is becoming much easier to accurately monitor reaction conditions and thus increase production efficiency Second, the reactions can result in the formation of many unwanted by-products The presence of contaminating waste material often poses a twofold problem related to (a) the means to recover (or separate) the end product in a way that leaves as little residue as possible in the catalytic system, and (b) the means by which the desired product can be isolated in pure form
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