Small-Scale Plasma Arc Flow Gasifier

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ตรีรัตน์ เมตต์การุณ์จิต

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This article objective is to introduce the development of small-scale plasma arc flow gasifier which is designed and invented for household and domestic industries. The gasifier materials consist of graphite, water and electric energy. This research shows the design and process of the small-scale plasma arc flow gasifier, as well as gasification to test water flow rate and electric power that is used in the plasma arc flow reaction for the best coefficient of performance and the chemical compositions of the produced fuel gas analysis. 

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