GASRAMAN has made possible to create and test a new low-cost and high-reliability portable technology, based on the use of optical Raman spectroscopy, which can be used to measure the composition of natural gas (also in mixture with hydrogen), biogas and biomethane by identifying the different components of the mixture (methane and higher order hydrocarbons, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, hydrogen) with high precision.
The analysis methodology, being entirely optical, does not require direct contact with the gas.
Discover in 1 minute how Raman spectroscopy works and how it can be applied to natural gas analysisby identifying the different components of the mixture (methane and higher order hydrocarbons, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, hydrogen) with high precision.
Energy4Oil made it possible to demonstrate the use of an integrated system in oil and/or gas transport lines for the local production of energy by exploiting the triboelectric effect between the moving fluid and the walls of the transport pipe coated with a suitable material.
This system, being linked to the movement of the fluid, works continuously even in hostile environments and is not linked, such as photovoltaics, to the presence of light. The energy produced can be used for the operation of sensors applied to the diagnostics of the fluid itself, such as pressure and temperature sensors.