The Shortest Path to Power from Plants
Turbine BioFuel™ provides a unique methodology to convert Algae, Yeast, Camelina Meal, and other plant biomass to a high energy combustible powder through a simple, economical drying process.
The vast majority of high compression combustion power systems developed for high compression turbine engines rely on liquid and gaseous fuels as the source of chemical energy. Under certain circumstances, however, solid fuels might offer particular advantages due to their unique thermodynamic properties or economic attributes.
Solids materials can generally be delivered to pressurized compact combustors and dispersed for rapid, intense combustion if the solids can be fluidized homogeneously. Such fluidizable solids behave very much like liquid fuels and can be considered for use in systems designed for liquid fuels.
Turbine BioFuel™ behaves much like liquid fuels in high compression turbine applications. (natural gas, methane, powdered coal…), Our testing suggests that these powdered fuels can be delivered to a high pressure combustor that is coupled to an energy conversion system that produces thrust or shaft power.
Turbine BioFuel™ Co-Fire or Green Coal can replace pulverized, pellet, and some other coal in power generation!
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