Aktuelle Technologien zur Restabfall- und EBS-Vergasung

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HTCW-Technologie
- 1997 - Unser Forschungsziel: Eine Lösung für das Müllproblem
- Anforderungen
- Produkte des HTCW Verfahrens
- Vom Müll zu wertvollen Produkten
- Anlagenauslegung: Vergasereinheiten - Vergaserlinien
- Heute - unser Forschungsergebnis: Die HTCW Technologie
 



Copyright: © Veranstaltergemeinschaft Bilitewski-Faulstich-Urban
Quelle: 15. Fachtagung Thermische Abfallbehandlung (März 2010)
Seiten: 13
Preis: € 6,50
Autor: Dr.-Ing. Eckhard Tischer
Dipl.-Ing. Johann Kellerer
Dipl.-Ing. Kirstin Rathmann

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