Of course, a turbine can also be supplied. But this will entail other changes in the gasifier. You have probably already read the topics to which the links were given here and now you know that the turbine can either overheat the gas generator. Or with larger size of gasifier there is a danger of getting tar at idle. Overheating can be combated by adding steam, but you won’t be doing this while driving a truck, will you? So we need an automatic temperature controller. As minimum.
Technical systems evolving according to their own laws, pass through several generations. This can be seen on the example of the development of the process of obtaining clean linen. Or by the example of the development of gas generators.
First generation. No instrumentation. Completely manual control. The knowledge required from the operator of almost 100 percent. Often requires intuition. For example, in Ukraine, most of these gas generators. For the process of obtaining clean linen, this is a woman washing linen with her hands, standing in the river, in a well-known pose.
Second generation. Indicators and gauges appear. Manual control, possibly remote. It is easier to teach newcomers because there are visible cause-and-effect relationships. There are many gas generators of this generation here on the DOW.
Third generation. In addition to sensors, actuators and individual automatic regulators of certain parameters appear. For example, automatic maintenance of the air / gas ratio.
Fourth generation. Fully automatic gas generators. The operator knows how to press the Start-Stop button and where to refuel. There is such an example on the DOW. True, for charcoal and commercial.
Fifth generation. There is no gas generator, but function is performed. For example, this can be done with dimethyl ether. There is discussion here of this type of converting firewood to fuel. For linen, it can be a CNC loom that makes new linen, instead of old, dirty linen, which is simply burned, for example, in a gas generator. No dirty water, no washing powder, no washing mashine.
Why am I telling all this? With a turbine for a gas generator, you have to immediately jump to the third generation, and this is very difficult if you do not yet have a gas generator, even the first generation. So many mistakes can be made, and even complete disappointment can be experienced.
Just make an allowance for the fact that this is just the opinion of a sofa expert who has a working fourth-generation turbocharged gas generator (in my imagination), but in practice I have not yet burned a single cubic meter of wood gas …
Sincerely. Marat Lysenko.