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Subject: Re: Waste destruction in molten iron

Date: 02/28/03 at 4:59 PM
Posted by: Jerry Fishback
E-mail: jfishback@suip3.com
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In Reply to: Re: Waste destruction in molten iron posted by Kestutis Smalinskas on 02/11/03 at 4:18 PM:

Basically, we are trying to develop a gasification system to convert organic waste (tires, mixed municipal waste, medical waste, etc.) into mixture of hydrogen and carbon monoxide (synthesis gas). The waste is compressed and inserted into a molten iron bath where the waste is supposed to thermally disassociate. This is not a new idea, but we hope to improve the process. I am concerned about producing gas at too high a rate, such that the gas leaving the molten bath has a linear velocity that causes splashing.

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