ADVANCED METHODS OF BIOGAS PURIFICATION – A REVIEW

Authors

  • B. ST. ZABAVA
  • G. VOICU
  • G. PARASCHIV
  • M. DINCĂ
  • N. UNGUREANU
  • M. IONESCU
  • M. FERDES
  • I. DUŢU
  • V. VLĂDUŢ

Abstract

One of the main environmental problems of today`s society is the continuously increasing production of organic wastes. The discovery of abundant natural gas resources has greatly increased the study of using methane as a feed stock to produce transportation fuels. Biogas (primarily containing methane and carbon dioxide), which is generated from biomass or organic waste via anaerobic digestion or from landfills, is regarded as a renewable source of methane, and has the potential to achieve sustainable production of transportation fuels. Since biogas also contains a significant amount of impurities (e.g.,hydrogen sulphide, ammonia, water vapor and siloxane), a procedure is generally required to clean it before its final use.In this paper are presented the advanced methods of biogas purification.

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2018-10-15

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Working Group 4: Management, agriculture mechanization and cadastre