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Biogas from Waste and Renewable Resources
115,72 € *
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The leading book on the market just got better: With its unique approach covering all aspects of setting up and running a biogas plant, this new edition has been expanded to include recent advances in biomass processing.The author is a key player in the field, who has designed numerous small- and industrial-scale biogas plants, and who is also a long-time lecturer on biogas production, thus combining didactical skill with real-life expertise. As such, he covers both the biological and technical aspects of biogas generation. The full range of biogas substrates and processing modes is explained, from agricultural and industrial waste to marine algae and sediment. On-site use of biogas for conversion into electricity, fuel and heat is also discussed, as are safety and regulatory issues. Many real-life examples of European biogas plants already in operation illustrate the contents, as do numerous schemes, diagrams and summary tables.For this new edition, biogas analytics and quality control required for feeding biogas into natural gas networks are included, as is a completely new chapter on the microbiology of biogas-producing bacterial communities.

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Stand: 26.01.2020
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Waste Textiles to Biogas
41,10 € *
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This book is based on two stage biogas production from waste textiles. The global consumption of textile is increasing and the end life results as a waste. Such cotton based waste textiles could be converted into energy and here we have showcased the possibility to convert it. We have used four different materials such as jeans, pretreated jeans, cotton and starch to compare. The results showed that pretreated jeans had a higher biogas production compared to untreated jeans.

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Waste Textiles to Biogas
39,90 € *
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This book is based on two stage biogas production from waste textiles. The global consumption of textile is increasing and the end life results as a waste. Such cotton based waste textiles could be converted into energy and here we have showcased the possibility to convert it. We have used four different materials such as jeans, pretreated jeans, cotton and starch to compare. The results showed that pretreated jeans had a higher biogas production compared to untreated jeans.

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Biogas Production form Kitchen Waste
50,40 € *
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The study focuses on production of biogas as an alternative energy by using biodegradable kitchen wastes of Kathmandu University Premises. The research was conducted on modified ARTI model compact biogas plant of 1 m3 digester and 0.75 m3 gasholder in focusing the management of daily average collected biodegradable wastes produced from households. The main objective of the project is biogas generation and analysis the feasibility, working efficiency, health and environmental benefits of modified ARTI compact biogas plant in urban areas. The system will provide an appropriate and most efficient solution to the problem of kitchen waste enabling the recovery of energy from waste.

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Biogas Production form Kitchen Waste
49,00 € *
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The study focuses on production of biogas as an alternative energy by using biodegradable kitchen wastes of Kathmandu University Premises. The research was conducted on modified ARTI model compact biogas plant of 1 m3 digester and 0.75 m3 gasholder in focusing the management of daily average collected biodegradable wastes produced from households. The main objective of the project is biogas generation and analysis the feasibility, working efficiency, health and environmental benefits of modified ARTI compact biogas plant in urban areas. The system will provide an appropriate and most efficient solution to the problem of kitchen waste enabling the recovery of energy from waste.

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Biogas Production from Anaerobic Digestion of F...
41,10 € *
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Waste management problem has raised a huge attention from many authorities. Besides that, non-renewable energy depletion caused awareness to the society on curbing the issue. Due to these current issues, biogas production from solid waste was introduced. In this work the method to produce the biogas was anaerobic digestion. It is a digestion process of organic wastes without the presence of oxygen. A lab scale anaerobic digester for batch mode was built. Methane production from solid waste specifically food waste (green waste, kitchen waste etc.) was done. The digestion process was done by the aid of inoculum which was cow dung as the amount of micro-organisms is high. A 350 liters plastic container of height 90 cm and diameter 70 cm was used as a bio-digester and biogas was collected in tyre tubes. Methane tank was filled up to 70% of volume by organic wastes. Methane production was monitored daily and in detail on weekly basis. It was found that using a mixture of cow dung and food waste retention period was 21 days. Gas started to produce on 7th day. Amount of biogas obtained was 136 dm3. This biogas digester may be used domestically as well as for the demonstrative purposes.

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Biogas Production from Anaerobic Digestion of F...
39,90 € *
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Waste management problem has raised a huge attention from many authorities. Besides that, non-renewable energy depletion caused awareness to the society on curbing the issue. Due to these current issues, biogas production from solid waste was introduced. In this work the method to produce the biogas was anaerobic digestion. It is a digestion process of organic wastes without the presence of oxygen. A lab scale anaerobic digester for batch mode was built. Methane production from solid waste specifically food waste (green waste, kitchen waste etc.) was done. The digestion process was done by the aid of inoculum which was cow dung as the amount of micro-organisms is high. A 350 liters plastic container of height 90 cm and diameter 70 cm was used as a bio-digester and biogas was collected in tyre tubes. Methane tank was filled up to 70% of volume by organic wastes. Methane production was monitored daily and in detail on weekly basis. It was found that using a mixture of cow dung and food waste retention period was 21 days. Gas started to produce on 7th day. Amount of biogas obtained was 136 dm3. This biogas digester may be used domestically as well as for the demonstrative purposes.

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Stand: 26.01.2020
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A Biogas Plant and Incinerator for Municipal So...
74,00 € *
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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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A Biogas Plant and Incinerator for Municipal So...
71,90 € *
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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.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 26.01.2020
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