THE FORMATION OF THE ENVIRONMENT FOR GASEOUS CARBONIZING WHEN USING SOME DIFFERENT GASES

Author(s): 

Long Vuong Hoang* and Minh Quang Chau

Affiliation(s): 

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Industrial University of Ho Chi Minh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

*Corresponding Author Email: hoanglongvuong@iuh.edu.vn

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In this paper, the results of an overview of the formation of carbon permeability when using a number of different permeable gases are presented. The most common permeable gases are “endo” gas and methanol. However, with conditions in Vietnam with an extremely abundant gas source, the use of imported gases will cause enormous waste. Therefore, in this study, we introduce the formation of the permeability medium of two “endo” and methanol gases. In addition, the authors also presented an analysis of the formation of seepage environments from Vietnamese gas sources. Research results show that the formation of permeability medium is suitable for imported gases. Experimental results show that the use of Vietnamese gas for permeability is of the same quality as imported gases.