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Syngas Production: Status and Potential for Implementation in Russian Industry

by Vladimir Litvinenko, Bernd Meyer

Syngas Production: Status and Potential for Implementation in Russian Industry Synopsis

This book focuses on the assessment of different coal gasification technologies for the utilization of Russian coals with analyses of economically feasible process chains for preparation of marketable products from high-ash coals. The work presented is important in view of the general competitiveness that marks the future of coal in the world. As the cheapest form of fuel (in comparable terms) coal will undoubtedly be in demand resources in the world. The book consists of parts which include an overview about the major coal characteristics, detailed discussion of fundamental aspects of gasification technologies and gasifiers, an introduction into annex concepts, an overview about different technologies of syngas utilization, technical and economic assessment of several coal-to-liquid and coal-to-chemicals routes, and feasibility demonstration for selected process chains. This book is addressed to the management and engineers of Russian coal companies and scientific staff of Russian research institutions working in the field of coal utilization.

Book Information

ISBN: 9783319890227
Publication date: 4th September 2018
Author: Vladimir Litvinenko, Bernd Meyer
Publisher: Springer International Publishing AG
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 161 pages
Categories: Energy technology & engineering, Industrial chemistry, Environmental management, Atomic & molecular physics, Econometrics,

About Vladimir Litvinenko, Bernd Meyer

Vladimir Stefanovich Litvinenko, Doctor of Engineering, Professor; Rector of the National Mineral Resources University Mining University since 1994, (formerly the St. Petersburg State Mining Institute (Technical University)). Prof. Vladimir Stefanovich Litvinenko is the author of over 150 scientific papers including 5 monographs, 28 patents and inventions (Russian and foreign ones), Laureate of State Prize of the Russian Federation in Science and Technology for Geological Atlas of Russia , Laureate of Russian Government Award in Science and Technology for Development and implementation of environmentally friendly combined technologies of ore mining and complex ore processing that ensured putting into operation and development of the unique Yakovlevsky mine ...

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