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Particle size and size distribution

Up and downdraught gasifiers are limited in the range of fuel size acceptable in the feed stock. Fine grained and/or fluffy feedstock may cause flow problems in the bunker section of the gasifier as well as an inadmissible pressure drop over the reduction zone and a high proportion of dust in the gas. Large pressure drops will lead to reduction of the gas load of downdraught equipment, resulting in low temperatures and tar production.

Excessively large sizes of particles or pieces give rise to reduced reactivity of the fuel, resulting in startup problems and poor gas quality, and to transport problems through the equipment. A large range in size distribution of the feedstock will generally aggravate the above phenomena. Too large particle sizes can cause gas channelling problems, especially in updraught gasifiers.

Acceptable fuel sizes fox gasification systems depend to a certain extent on the design of the units. In general, wood gasifiers operate on wood blocks and woodchips ranging from 8 x 4 x 4 cm. to 1 x 0.5 x 0.5 cm. Charcoal gasifiers are generally fuelled by charcoal lumps ranging between 1x1x1 cm. and 3x3x3 cm. Fluidized bed gasifiers are normally able to handle fuels with particle diameters varying between 0.1 and 20 mm.

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