About the project
One of the most important routes for the future production of synthetic transport fuels is the gasification of biomass. A lot of different gasification processes exists (direct, indirect, entrained flow) with different types of gasifiers (down draft, fluidised bed, circulating bed). However, all of the gasification processes have in common that the generated gas, the producer gas, must be upgraded or at least purified before the biofuel synthesis steps.
The aim of the project is to establish the state-of-art concerning the purification and upgrading of the producer gas to synthesis gas and the subsequent different fuel synthesis processes. The focus is on the technique, theory and thermodynamics and energy efficiency for the different sub-systems/processes.
Henrik Kusar, KTH
Jan Brandin, Linnaeus University // Christian Hulteberg, Lund University
February - August 2015
Total project cost
435 000 SEK
Swedish Energy Agency, the f3 partners, KTH, Linnaeus University and Lund University
Swedish Energy Agency's project number within the collaborative research program