SYstems for COnversion of MOtions and REnewable ENergies Motors
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The Naturally Energetic Movement !

To create the motion from a source of energy,
to turn it into another one more useful thanks to an adequat device,
while having a good output and respecting the environment...


Such are the challenges that SYCOMOREEN finds.

Through these some web pages, we invite you to discover
 
patented innovations in the fields of thermal engines,
pumps, energies from wind and waters,
the photovoltaic or thermoelectric solar energies,
and special vehicles.


We thank you for your interest and wish you a nice visit.

If you wish to discuss or to ask a question, a free space of posting is offered you on the Mini Forum


Video of the Month

What is a SYNGAS ? How to get it and to turn it into biofuels ?

[Biofuels of 2nd generation by thermochemical and catalytic way] (without to compete with food crops !)

Syngas is a fuel gas mixture consisting primarily of dihydrogen(H2), carbon monoxide(CO), and very often some carbon dioxide(CO2). The name comes from its use as intermediates in creating synthetic final products. Syngas is usually a product of gasification and the main application is electricity generation. Syngas is combustible and often used as a fuel of internal combustion engines. Syngas can be produced from many sources, including natural gas, coal, biomass, or virtually any hydrocarbon feedstock, by reaction with steam (steam reforming), carbon dioxide (dry reforming) or oxygen (partial oxidation). Syngas is a crucial intermediate to get methanol, and other synthetic hydrocarbon fuels, like Ethanol, and further synthetic petroleum via the Fischer–Tropsch(FT) or the Mobil methanol to gasoline (MTG) process.
Useful links about this topic :

National Energy Technology Laboratory
(NETL - US Department of Energy)

Report of Assemblée Nationale n°1169 du 19 juin 2013
(France) :  Biomass to serve a sustainable development.

Gasification (Wikipedia)

Fischer Tropsch process (Wikipedia)

Methanol to Gasoline (MTG by ExxonMobil)

Enerkem's Facility from urban wastes to Ethanol
The different paths to valorize the energy of biomass and other organic wastes
To see also : The Volkswagen Golf GTE '85 PLUS of Sycomoreen : Grand Tourer Ethanol'85 with Power & Lithium United by the Sun DECEMBER 2018 - JANUARY 2019

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SYstems for COnversion of MOtions and REnewable ENergies Motors
& Pumps
Wind and Waters' Energies
Thermoelectric solar energy
Links & Partners Know us & contact us
Informations and FAQ