Supercritical Water Gasification In A Vertical Continuous Apparatus
Supercritical water gasification is a thermochemical conversion process, where water under supercritical conditions (t>3740C, p>22,1MPa) acts as a solvent, reagent and gasification medium at the same time. In this environment are organic substances converted into gaseous products (methane, hydrogen, carbon oxides etc.) In this contribution is presented the supercritical water gasification technology studied on vertical continuous apparatus using model organic compounds (isopropyl alcohol) and real organic industrial wastes.
Index Terms- Supercritical water gasification, continuous apparatus, organic wastes.