Evaluation of Engine Running with Gas of Low Power Heat Rate from of Biomass (Rice Husk) Produced by Gasifier 2005-01-2185
In order to use waste (BIOMASS), such as rice rind, we use a gasification process, which is a form of increasing the energetic use of Biomass. A fluidized bed gasifier at UNICAMP was used with an engine of 5.965 liters of total displacement and 6 cylinders, with compression ratio of 12:1 in the OTTO cycle and which is originally used in vehicles driven by compressed natural gas, to work with low heating power gas (4 to 6 MJ/Nm3) produced by the gasifier.
Citation: Muraro, W., Shiraiwa, N., Monte, M., Figueiredo, F. et al., "Evaluation of Engine Running with Gas of Low Power Heat Rate from of Biomass (Rice Husk) Produced by Gasifier," SAE Technical Paper 2005-01-2185, 2005, https://doi.org/10.4271/2005-01-2185. Download Citation
Wilson Muraro, Nilton Mitsuro Shiraiwa, Maurício Monte, Flavio Augusto Bueno Figueiredo, Alexandre Amaral de Almeida, Thomas Maciel Moura, Caio Glauco Sanchez