CO and PAH Emissions from Engines Operating on Biomass Producer Gas

Publication: ResearchArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2003

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High carbon monoxide (CO) emission from gas engines fueled by producer gas is a concerning problem in the struggle to make biomass gasification for heat and power production a success. The standing regulations concerning CO emissions from producer gas engine based power plants in most EU countries are so low that no plant could uphold regulations without extra emission reducing equipment.
Original languageEnglish
TitleMEK, DTU
Publication date2003
StatePublished

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ConferenceMEK, DTU
City24
Period05/11/29 → …
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