标题：Technical application of safety and cleaner production technology by underground coal gasification in China
作者：Xie, Jun; Xin, Lin; Hu, Xiangming; Cheng, Weimin; Liu, Weitao; Wang, Zhigang
作者机构：[Xie, Jun; Xin, Lin; Hu, Xiangming; Cheng, Weimin; Liu, Weitao] Shandong Univ Sci & Technol, Minist Educ Mine Disaster Prevent & Control, Key Lab, Qin 更多
通讯作者：Xin, Lin;Xin, L;Hu, XM
通讯作者地址：[Xin, L; Hu, XM]Shandong Univ Sci & Technol, Minist Educ Mine Disaster Prevent & Control, Key Lab, Qingdao 266590, Shandong, Peoples R China.
来源：JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION
关键词：Underground coal gasification; Field trial; Coal mining; Technical; application
摘要：A new residual coal gasification mining system is proposed to utilize in-situ residual coal, mine water, and carbon dioxide for clean combustible gas production. Based on the underground coal gasification (UCG) basic principle, the in-situ coal seam can be transformed into CO, H-2, and CH4 by chemical conversion, and can be used for power generation. In the field trials, in-situ georeactors in coal seam were built according to the initial conditions by the shaft method. Based on test results, it's indicated that the hollow-bottom layout makes the in-situ georeactor have good thermal storage performance, which are useful for the generation of combustible gas. Different kinds of gasification agent, such as air, oxygen, steam, carbon dioxide and their mixture were used for syngas production with gas calorific value varying from 3.92 MJ,Nm(-3) to 10.68 MJ,Nm(-3). Adding steam and increasing oxygen concentration can significantly increase syngas concentration and calorific value; two-stage method was used to produce H-2-rich gas and CO2 was used to produce CO-rich gas, which was a useful attempt for CO2 emission reduction and utilization. The syngas was used for power generation after purification, and it can be seen as a cleaner utilization technology of residual coal. The production system provides a feasible way to remining residue coal and clean utilization, and provides technical references for the similar conditions by shaft method. (C) 2019 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.