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Tosun Y.I.,University Srnak
International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference Surveying Geology and Mining Ecology Management, SGEM | Year: 2014

Depending on advanced technological developments in energy production the low quality coals needed the most economical technologies and even in order to make it possible to produce coal-derived products. Compliance with environmental norms of coal grinding or washing of various type of coals, feasible combustion systems and energy production facilities are needed in today's modern technology, also enable the production of liquid and gaseous coal fuels. However, raw materials and chemical nature of them requires a variety of adaptation methods. For this purpose, universities and industry needing to work together to provide the basic information required in pilot scale. This study examined the high sulfur and ash types of Kütahya Gediz lignite, Sirnak asphaltite and coal shale. The representative samples were taken from local areas of the lignite. Fundamentally, the conditions regarding better desulfurization way, easy grinding lignite and washing, high calorific value lignite yield, 24% high Hardgrove Grinding Index were determined at the chemical grinding of high fuel producing yield. For this purpose, chemical ground further washing for Kütayha Gediz lignite, Sirnak asphaltite and coal shale were discussed. © SGEM2014.


Tosun Y.I.,University Srnak
International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference Surveying Geology and Mining Ecology Management, SGEM | Year: 2014

The CO2 will be delivered by truck in liquid phase, temporarily stored at the well site, and conditioned before injection. The project proposed plans to inject the CO2 at the well head in gaseous phase at a slightly supercritical pressure and slightly supercritical temperature. The anticline at Şırnak -Silopi was used for gas storage in the past in a shallower depth interval in Şırnak-Silopi pit mine field, which also is an mining industry partner in CO2 sequestration and will be responsible for the CO2-injection operations. This paper discussed progress on reactor achieved by tests and search for fast reaction methods using exhaust gas containing waste sulfur and carbon gases at the stack of Power Stations. Other MEA capture CO2, water slurry, and injection additives into shale beds were searched for optimum sequestration methods and also in order to enhance shale reactivity; and in analyzing the structural changes to identify reaction paths and potential barriers. liquid and gaseous products may change to near 60%–65% yield performances by time increase from 1day to 6 weeks. © SGEM2014.

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