Black Liquor Gasification (BLG) is a first of its kind to guide chemical engineers, students, operators of paper plants, technocrats, and entrepreneurs on practical guidelines and a holistic techno-enviro-economic perspective applicable to their future or existing projects based on the treatment of black liquor for energy production. BLG describes the gasification process as a more efficient alternative to current processes for the conversion of black liquor biomass into energy. BLG operates largely in sync with other methods to improve pulp-making efficiency. This book explains how BLG offers a way to generate electricity and to reclaim pulping chemicals from black liquor, and why BLG would replace the Tomlinson recovery boiler for the recovery of spent chemicals and energy.
- Describes the utilization of black liquor as a source of energy
- Provides a detailed account of black liquor gasification processes for the production of energy and chemicals from black liquor
- Provides guidelines to chemical engineers for the treatment of black liquor
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1.0 General background 1.1 Pulp and paper industry 1. 2 Pulp and paper making 1.3 Kraft pulping process 1.4 Recovery cycle 1.5 Modern Kraft mills 2.0 Black liquor gasification 2.1 Black liquor gasification technologies 2.1.1 SCA-Billerud process 2.1.2 The Copeland recovery process 2.1.3 Weyerhaeuser's process 2.1.4 The St. Regis hydropyrolysis process 2.1.5 The Texaco process 2.1.6 VTT's circulating fluidized bed black liquor gasification process 2.1.7 Babcock and Wilcox's bubbling fluidized bed gasification process 2.1.8 NSP-process (Ny Sodahus process) 2.1.9 DARS process 2.1.10 Black liquor gasification with direct causticization 2.1.11 Manufacturing and technology conversion international fluidized bed gasification 2.1.12 Chemrec gasification 2.1.13 Catalytic hydrothermal gasification of black liquor 3.0 Market opportunity 4.0 Obstacles to black liquor gasification 5.0 Environmental impact of black liquor gasification
Dr. Pratima Bajpai is currently working as a Consultant in the field of Paper and Pulp. She has a vast 36 years of experience in this field. She has worked at National Sugar Institute Kanpur (India), University of Saskatchewan (Canada), University of Western Ontario (Canada), and Thapar Center for Industrial Research and Development (India). Dr. Bajpai's main areas of expertise are industrial biotechnology, pulp and paper, and environmental biotechnology. She has contributed immensely to the field of industrial biotechnology and is a recognized expert in the field. Dr. Bajpai has written several advanced level technical books on environmental and biotechnological aspects of pulp and paper which have been published by leading publishers in the USA and Europe. She has also contributed chapters to a number of books and encyclopedia, obtained 11 patents, written several technical reports, and has implemented several processes in Indian Paper mills. Dr. Bajpai is an active member of the American Society of Microbiologists and is a reviewer of many international research journals. She has also handled several Sponsored Research Projects from industry and government agencies. She is an active member of the New York Academy of Science, American Society for Microbiology, and many more.