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Biogas Production in Africa: Benefit Potentials...
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Biogas Production in Africa: Benefit Potentials of Cassava Biomass ab 39.9 € als Taschenbuch: . Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Biologie,

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Biogas Production in Africa: Benefit Potentials...
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Biogas Production in Africa: Benefit Potentials of Cassava Biomass ab 39.9 EURO

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Potential of Renewable Energy in Cote D'Ivoire
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In this study, achievements, potentials and perspectives for renewable energy sources in Cote d'Ivoire have been investigated. Cote d'Ivoire has abundant natural sources of renewable energy such as solar and wind power, hydraulic energy, biomass energy and biogas energy. This investigation found that solar energy, biomass energy and hydraulic energy are not being utilized sufficiently at present, but these energies could play an important role in the future of Cote d'Ivoire's renewable energy. Additionally, the potential of wind energy and biogas energy needs to be investigated. The Ivorian government's attempts to utilize renewable energy have been discussed. This paper concludes with recommendations for the development of these energy resources.The second party presents a theoretical and experimental analysis of the thermal performance of a solar water heater prototype with an internal exchanger using thermosiphon system. The results focus mainly on the levels of the heat fluxes temperatures recorded, mass flow rate and efficiency of collector.

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Biological and chemical parameters and life cyc...
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Today's bioenergy systems are frequently characterised by limited conversion efficiency and dependencies on few species of energy crops leading to low biodiversityin plant production. With the aim to improve the ecological performance of biomass production and processing and to convert a wider spectrum of biomass resources, the integrated generation of solid fuel and biogas from biomass (IFBB) was developed. Its core element is the mechanical separation of the wet conserved biomass into a solid fuel for combustion and a liquid for anaerobic digestion with subsequent production of heat and electricity from the biogas. This study investigated biological and chemical parameters of the IFBB process. Furthermore, life cycle assessment was conducted to evaluate the overall energy efficiency as well as saving potentials of fossil primary energy and emissions of greenhouse gases of the IFBB process along the entire process chain.

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A Biogas Plant and Incinerator for Municipal So...
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Communities around the world generate refuse of diverse nature and complexities, the disposal of which poses serious challenges to waste management systems. Environmentally sustainable waste management requires the reduction of their pollution potential as well as minimisation of their volume for easier handling and disposal. This book assessed the potentials of generating biogas from the organic fraction of municipal solid wastes (MSW) to fuel an incinerator which is then used to burn the residual combustible solid waste. The efficacy of the digester in producing biogas were in three (3) phases. Lowest: day 3-11 @ 0.018m3/kg, highest, day 15-55 @ 0.034m3/kg and medium, day 55-94 @ 0.031m3/kg. Fertilizer values based on the ratios of N:P:K:Mg were 28:1:22:4, 1:971:821:1995 and 10:1:59:104 for digestate, bottom ash and their combination respectively. Total Organic Carbon contents of the digested solid waste were 0.1389 %, 0.8099 %, and 0.3008 % of the initial mass for the three samples respectively. A small scale incinerator was built and a biogas-air mixer was developed for optimal burner efficiency. Biogas burnt at 870 deg C with 16kJ/g calorific value at the rate of 0.0071m3/min.

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The Potential of Teff (Eragrostis tef(Zucc)Trot...
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The research on suitable alternative clean energy sources to substitute the use of fossil fuels is rapidly attracting a lot of attention. In this context a wide range of renewable energy sources are considered as options. Biogas is one of these renewable energy sources that is deemed a suitable alternative energy source for both developed and the developing world. In the developing world biogas can be useful particularly for household energy use for warming, cooking, and lighting and hence replacing traditional burning of firewood. However, finding suitable energy crops from which to extract biogas and its implementation without affecting food security is still a debatable issue. This book focused on assessing the potential adoption of Teff for biogas production to meet the energy needs for Ethiopia by analyzing its methane potential at various growth stages, comparing its methane outputs to the methane potentials for maize and wheat in addition to assessing the impact of the biogas production. The intent of this book was written to generate information that can aid policy makers, planners and other relevant stakeholders in policy formulation and decision making process.

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Biogas Production in Africa: Benefit Potentials...
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Bioenergy production from agricultural crop biomass or residues has gained interest recently due to the escalating cost of fossil fuels and the need to mitigate global warming caused by increasing GHG emissions. Of all the different feed stocks used for bioenergy production in Africa, cassava biomass potentially offers multiple benefits for producing biofuels such as biogas. This book, therefore, highlights the bioenergy (biogas) potential of the crop in Africa. The basic agricultural properties of cassava were discussed including its high carbohydrate content and total dry matter. Its ability to thrive in all ecological zones with one of the best blue water-footprints especially in drought conditions and relatively low fertility soils. The crop therefore requires low agricultural input. The various pre-treatment techniques as well as the advantages and disadvantages of each technology for cassava biogas production were analysed. A holistic view on the highly publicised food vs. energy debate were provided. The book recommends cassava and its biomass as the next energy crop for bioenergy production and should be useful to future researchers and government policymakers in Africa.

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Biogas Production in Africa: Benefit Potentials...
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Bioenergy production from agricultural crop biomass or residues has gained interest recently due to the escalating cost of fossil fuels and the need to mitigate global warming caused by increasing GHG emissions. Of all the different feed stocks used for bioenergy production in Africa, cassava biomass potentially offers multiple benefits for producing biofuels such as biogas. This book, therefore, highlights the bioenergy (biogas) potential of the crop in Africa. The basic agricultural properties of cassava were discussed including its high carbohydrate content and total dry matter. Its ability to thrive in all ecological zones with one of the best blue water-footprints especially in drought conditions and relatively low fertility soils. The crop therefore requires low agricultural input. The various pre-treatment techniques as well as the advantages and disadvantages of each technology for cassava biogas production were analysed. A holistic view on the highly publicised food vs. energy debate were provided. The book recommends cassava and its biomass as the next energy crop for bioenergy production and should be useful to future researchers and government policymakers in Africa.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Biogas Production in Africa: Benefit Potentials...
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Bioenergy production from agricultural crop biomass or residues has gained interest recently due to the escalating cost of fossil fuels and the need to mitigate global warming caused by increasing GHG emissions. Of all the different feed stocks used for bioenergy production in Africa, cassava biomass potentially offers multiple benefits for producing biofuels such as biogas. This book, therefore, highlights the bioenergy (biogas) potential of the crop in Africa. The basic agricultural properties of cassava were discussed including its high carbohydrate content and total dry matter. Its ability to thrive in all ecological zones with one of the best blue water-footprints especially in drought conditions and relatively low fertility soils. The crop therefore requires low agricultural input. The various pre-treatment techniques as well as the advantages and disadvantages of each technology for cassava biogas production were analysed. A holistic view on the highly publicised food vs. energy debate were provided. The book recommends cassava and its biomass as the next energy crop for bioenergy production and should be useful to future researchers and government policymakers in Africa.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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