Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal · Department of Energy
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ABSTRACT: This paper gives some background information on production of biogas using animal waste. The design and development of a floating type bio digester installed at Energy Center, Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology Bhopal is discussed in this paper. The bio digester is a prototype for studying and producing bio gas. It is made of galvanized iron and is portable. The design aims to fulfill cooking and lighting demands of rural Indian population. The designed bio digester is able to address all issues related to any biogas plant; cleaning, odour, manure extraction etc. The digester is designed to be perfectly user-friendly and safe from any gas leakage.Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences. 01/2010; 1(1):62.
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ABSTRACT: Rice husk is a major by-product of the rice milling industry. Rice husk is generated as a by-product of rice processing in rice mills. Rice husk is generally used for domestic purposes like combustion, raw material for paper and board, furfural production and silica industries. Rice husk is an important and one of the most commonly available lignocellulosic materials that can be converted to different types of fuels. Heating value of rice husk is 15 MJ/kg which supports its application as energy source. Rice husk is fired in rice husk gasifier. This paper outlines a new design rice husk gasifier explaining the design as well as calculations involved.Journal of Energy and Power Engineering. 01/2010; 4(27):34.
Conference Proceeding: Climate Change: An Overview of Impacts and Perspective of India.Aaroh Kharaya[show abstract] [hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: India is at horns of dilemma that it cannot afford to keep its economy stagnant and simultaneously provide basic amenities to its residents. Infrastructure is woefully lacking and needs a major thrust which shall inevitably lead to increased carbon emission. Industrial development is of prime importance for the well being of population of India. But India has to face two challenges at a time, first one being development and second is climate change. Climate change will alter agriculture, shoreline, tourism, biodiversity of the country. This paper overview the impacts and perspective of India about climate change.Proceedings of International Conference on Advances in Renewable Energy, Bhopal; 01/2010
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