PROCESSED MATERIALS

COAL

COAL
TREATMENT

Coal is a fossil fuel, just like oil or natural gas. Unlike the other two, coal is solid fuel, being the most used fuel in the production of electrical power.

Coal burning yields larger quantities of CO2 than oil and gases. Other polluting gases generated by burning coal are nitrogen oxides and sulfur oxides which, merging with water vapors in the atmosphere, turn into nitric and sulfuric acid. These are responsible for the formation of acid rains that damage vegetation and spoil surface waters.

WHAT IS OBTAINED FROM THE TREATMENT OF COAL THROUGH THE PYROLYSIS PLANT?

At a disposal rate of 1.000 Kg /h, we would get:

Result (product fed: coal)

  • Synthetic oil (300kg) 30% 30%
  • Syngas (350kg) 35% 35%
  • Coal (350kg) 35% 35%

THE SIZE OF THE PLANT


The pyrolysis plant that we will analyze treats 1,000 Kg/hour of coal.
 

1.000

Kg/h

24

Tons/day

8.000

Tons/year

Electrical energy production


The coal that results from the treatment is called lampblack and it is a valuable material that will not be used inside the plant but sold. The syngas and biodiesel production is used for the maintenance of the plant and also to produce electrical energy by using biofuel engine connected to alternators. The electrical energy production per hour reaches 1Mwatt, thus enabling us to get 8000 MW/year.

Thermal Energy Production


After a working cycle we get 1,3 Kcal/h for each KWe.
At 1000 KWe we get 1300KWt, which means that at 8000h/year we get 10.400 MMt.

Recovered materials

Working capacity

1.000

Kg/h

8.000

Yearly input (ton)

Electrical Energy Production

1.000

KW/h

8.000

Yearly production (MWe)

Thermal Energy production

1.300

KW/h

10.400

Yearly production (MWt)

Lampblack recovered

350

Kg/h

2.800

Yearly production (ton)
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