Structurally, the training system consists of two parts:
1. Case with some electrical equipment installed, electronic boards, front panel and countertop of the integrated desktop;
2. Gas generator combined with a gas accumulator (primary CO). The main fuel is hardwood waste.
The training system allows to study the gas generator, to determine the calorific value of fuel and equipment efficiency.
One of the directions in power saving is waste utilization (wood waste, in particular) for heat energy production. The efficiency of this tendency in power saving is studied on the actual gas generator.
The gas generator is a device for producing gas by thermal decomposition of solid low-grade fuel (small-peat peat, wood chips, sawdust, shavings, etc.) and highly efficient burning in the flare of a gas generator or in a furnace of a heat exchanger. It’s designed for use in enclosed spaces.
In the gas generator, the process of thermal decomposition of organic fuel occurs, as the result, exhaust gas is produced. The gas ignites in the flare, and the torch from the gas generator is fed into the furnace of the heat exchanger. The combustion products passing through the pipes of the heat exchanger heat them and go into the atmosphere through the flue pipe.
The following fuel can be used: wood chips and lump peat with a moisture content of up to 40%.
The training system is supplied with:
- a set of methodological and technical documentation intended for teaching staff;