PRIMARY ENERGY ACCUMULATION THROUGH ADVANCED GAS HYDRATES SYSTEM
Keywords:Primary, Energy, Accumulation, Hydrates System
Accumulation of primary energy of natural gas is a perspective industrial area mainly for countries dependent on the import of energy and raw materials. Transporting and storage of natural gas is economically and technologically demanding, which is always reflected in the resulting price. Natural gas hydrates allow transport and storage at low pressures and relatively favorable temperatures. Another no less important area is the storage of energy in biogas plants where gas formation is time-dependent. Biogas hydrates would allow short-term storage at room temperature and atmospheric pressure. This article deals with the design of a functional prototype for the production of hydrates and numerical simulation.
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