Qualitative and Quantitative Influence of Ammonia and Phenol on FAME in Water Emulsion Separation Out of Wood Gas Scrubbers

M. Strigl, A. Hofmann & M.B. Huber
The aim of this work is an optimization of the gasification of biomass, especially the gas cleaning with a biodiesel scrubber. The separation of FAME and water suspensions in biodiesel scrubbers are influenced from the used FAME quality and the type and concentration of the typical gas impurities like ammonia and tars. In this work, the results from an earlier work should be reproduced and the effects of reactive impurities like ammonia and phenol should...