|Statement||by George G. Campbell, C.F. Brandenburg, and R.M. Boyd ; Laramie Energy Research Center.|
|Series||Technical progress report - Bureau of Mines -- 82, Bureau of Mines technical progress report -- 82.|
|Contributions||Brandenburg, C. F., jt. auth., Boyd, R. M., jt. auth., United States. Bureau of Mines, United States. Bureau of Mines. Coal Gasification Program., University of Wyoming.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 14 p. :|
|Number of Pages||14|
The Bureau of Mines initiated a field test of underground coal gasification to investigate the technologic feasibility of gasifying a subbituminous coal. The test site is near the town of Hanna, Wyoming, about 70 miles northwest of Laramie. Preliminary results of the experiment are described. A field test of underground coal gasification was conducted to investigate the technological feasibility of gasifying a subbituminous coal; preliminary results of the experiment are described. The coal was ignited in the central well of a well pattern. Both forward and reverse combustion techniques were attempted to prepare a path of sufficient permeability to permit the high Cited by: 5. Preliminary evaluation of underground coal gasification at Hanna, Wyo. / By Bureau of Mines. Coal Gasification Program. and Laramie Energy Research Center. Abstract. Work performed under a cooperative agreement between the Bureau of Mines and the University of ed for Bureau of Mines Coal Gasification es. G. G., Brandenburg, C. F. and Boyd, R. M-, 'Pre- liminary Evaluation of Underground Coai Gasification at Hanna, Wyoming', U.S,Bureau of Mines Oct., 4 Tran, D. Q. and Rai, C., "Pyrolytic Gasification of Bark', Papei 15d, presented at Second Pacific Chemical Engineering Congress (PACHEC '77).
Preliminary evaluation of underground coal gasification at Hanna, Wyo. by George G Campbell (Book). Dennis D () Rocky Mountain 1 underground coal gasification test project Hanna. Wyoming, final technical report for the Period to , National Energy Technology Laboratory Google Scholar Campbell GG, Brandenburg CF, Boyd RM () Preliminary evaluation of underground coal gasification at Hanna. Technical progress rep edited by UW digital projects. Digitized collection western research institute: Laramie Wyoming, USA Google Scholar. Challenges and opportunities for coal gasification in developing countries 7 This study provides an analysis of the challenges and opportunities for the deployment of coal gasification-based fuels and chemical production in developing economies, including reference to underground coal gasification (UCG) where appropriate.
Preliminary evaluation of underground coal gasification at Hanna. Technical progress rep edited by UW digital projects. Digitized collection western research institute. 1. Introduction. Underground Coal Gasification provides a promising technical and economic potential to solve current long-term power supply conflicts worldwide by controlled in-situ conversion of otherwise non-mineable coal reserves,,,,,,.While the technique itself is a rather simple concept in theory, experience from major international field trials over the last decades shows its. Underground coal gasification produces syngas with low capital and low operating cost Gasification occurs in situ. The technology is well tested >40 years Environmental benefits • No mining • Much less pollution (no SO x, NO x; less mercury, particulates) • Low-cost H 2 production Economic benefits • No gasifier purchase, operation. tpr 82 / preliminary evaluation of underground coal gasification at hanna, wyoming, $ 10 tpr 84 / in situ combustion of coal for energy, $ 5 tpr / continuous recorder to monitor mine roof displacement, $ 10 tpr / construction and preliminary evaluation of a diesel exhaust particulate filter for underground use,$ 6.