The development of a gasification process for automobile shredder residues

Sung Jin Cho, Yongchil Seo, Hae Young Jung, Hyun Tae Joung, Seon Ah Roh, Woo Hyun Kim

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Abstract

The automobile manufacturing has been one of the leading industries in Korea and the number of the end of life vehicles (ELVs) produced annually was about 550,000 in 2006. While handling ELVs, Automobile Shredder Residue (ASR) is generated from shredding facilities, whose recycling rate must be increased up to 95% of a new vehicle by upcoming regulation soon. In recent attempts to survey and compare various techniques to treat ASR with better recycling rate and public image, thermal methods such as pyrolysis, gasification and melting were suggested. Gasification and melting technology are operated at high temperatures with high destruction of hazardous components and the production of gases, mainly CO and H2, which can be utilized as fuel gas or raw chemicals after cleaning. After studying on the characteristics of gasification for ASR in lab-scale furnaces, the pilot-scale plant of vertical furnace type with a capacity of 5 tons per day was designed and constructed, and some preliminary data are under collection. Gasification-melting technology are operated in high temperature more than 1000°C. This presentation will include some basic characteristics of ASR including thermal properties, some results from lab-scale experiment, and the brief introduction to pilot scale plant including main features and design considerations. The development team will utilize this developed technology to scale up to a commercial plant at either a shredding factory or an automobile manufacturing company with other dismantling and sorting processes as the next stage of project.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAir and Waste Management Association - 27th Annual International Conference on Thermal Treatment Technologies 2008
Pages443-450
Number of pages8
Volume1
Publication statusPublished - 2008 Nov 17
Event27th Annual International Conference on Thermal Treatment Technologies 2008 - Montreal, QC, Canada
Duration: 2008 May 122008 May 16

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Other27th Annual International Conference on Thermal Treatment Technologies 2008
CountryCanada
CityMontreal, QC
Period08/5/1208/5/16

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Gasification
Automobiles
automobile
Melting
melting
Recycling
Furnaces
manufacturing
recycling
Gas fuels
Sorting
gas
sorting
pyrolysis
Industrial plants
gasification
shredder
Cleaning
Industry
Pyrolysis

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Pollution
  • Waste Management and Disposal

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Cho, S. J., Seo, Y., Jung, H. Y., Joung, H. T., Roh, S. A., & Kim, W. H. (2008). The development of a gasification process for automobile shredder residues. In Air and Waste Management Association - 27th Annual International Conference on Thermal Treatment Technologies 2008 (Vol. 1, pp. 443-450)
Cho, Sung Jin ; Seo, Yongchil ; Jung, Hae Young ; Joung, Hyun Tae ; Roh, Seon Ah ; Kim, Woo Hyun. / The development of a gasification process for automobile shredder residues. Air and Waste Management Association - 27th Annual International Conference on Thermal Treatment Technologies 2008. Vol. 1 2008. pp. 443-450
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The development of a gasification process for automobile shredder residues. / Cho, Sung Jin; Seo, Yongchil; Jung, Hae Young; Joung, Hyun Tae; Roh, Seon Ah; Kim, Woo Hyun.

Air and Waste Management Association - 27th Annual International Conference on Thermal Treatment Technologies 2008. Vol. 1 2008. p. 443-450.

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