Dr TLUD - Gasifier cook stove A comprehensive examination of TLUD technology will necessarily involve four essential realms or areas of focus: Fuels Combustion Devices Applications of Heat Human Factors Every successful cookstove project must address four essential components: fuels as the source of energy for producing heat, combustion devices (devices to release the energy of fuels as heat and light) to obtain heat, applications of produced heat (i.e., the purposeful capture of heat energy, as in a cooking pot), and human factors such as costs, cooking preferences/traditions, cultural considerations, and user-friendliness. Failure in any of these four components will lead to failure in the project. Many cookstove projects are differentiated primarily by applications and human factors.
Product Overview - GEK Gasifier ALL Power Labs offers biomass gasifiers and power generation systems at multiple levels of assembly and system integration. From ”You build it from scratch” to “We deliver it turnkey complete“; you decide the relative amount of effort vs cost you want to invest towards your finished system. All GEKs and Power Pallets are covered by a 100% money back guarantee. If you buy one and find yourself unimpressed with the total value of the product and project, we’ll refund all your money (minus shipping costs)– we’re that confident you’ll be happy with the specifics. See here for more specifics on our warranty. We offer complete customer support and service, with a dedicated team available to answer your questions, trouble shoot your installation, even travel to your site for setup and training.
TROMPE - Powered Passive Aeration of Mine Water Thursday December 12, 2013 (Revision of video posted Tuesday, June 18, 2013) PITTSBURGH, PA — In the 1600s, Italian engineers discovered a way to compress air using only gravity and water. Later on, Spanish engineers working on ways to improve iron production, realized this technique could be used to drive their tools. In the 20th century, modern engineers realized the advantages of using the same device to drive tools used in underground mining while also supplying fresh air to miners. Biofuels emit 400 percent more CO2 (NaturalNews) A recent report issued by the European Union has revealed that biofuels, or fuel made from living, renewable sources, is not really all that beneficial to the environment. Rather than reduce the net carbon footprint as intended, biofuels can produce four times more carbon dioxide pollution than conventional fossil fuels do. Common biofuels like corn ethanol, which has become a popular additive in gasoline, and soy biodiesel, which is being used in commercial trucks and other diesel-fueled vehicles, are often considered to be environmentally-friendly because they are renewable. But in order to grow enough of these crops to use for both food and fuel, large swaths of land around the world are being converted into crop fields for growing biofuels.
Build A Gasifier - Gasifier-Kits Is building a gasifier too difficult? Well you could just buy a kit or a small scale designed unit. The links here explore a range of options. Announcing the New v.5 GEK Gasifier & Power Pallet - GEK Gasifier Now with 24hr run time, increased reliability and ease of use Today we’re pleased to announce the new v5.0 GEK Gasifier and related Power Pallet. Two years in development, the v5.0 represents a generational change in our core gasifier technology, incorporating all we’ve learned over the last five years of development and deployment. For you, this means a significant advancement in performance, ease of use, and cost of operation/maintenance. GEK Wiki / Run an Engine with the GEK return to How to Build and Run the GEK Gasifier How to do wood gas conversions for gasoline, diesel, and propane/natural gas engines with the GEK Gasifier. Have you welded and painted and properly assembled the GEK Gasifier? Have you fired up the flare and adjusted the results until you get a clean gas? If so, you've graduated to the next level: run an engine with the GEK to start making power. Below are the instructions and suggestions you will need to get started.
Farmers’ Motivations for Adoption of Switchgrass Index | Search | Home | Table of Contents Hipple, P.C. and M.D. Duffy. 2002.Farmers' motivations for adoption of switchgrass. p. 252–266. In: J. Janick and A. Whipkey (eds.), Trends in new crops and new uses. 30 - Volter TECHNICAL DETAILS, Volter 30 Fuel: Wood chips Electric power: 30kW Heating power: 80kW Measurements: Length 6m, width 2.5m, height 3m, mass ca. 10tn Color: As per agreement, options PAROC PVDF -colors Structure: Steel frame, heat insulation Installation: On a concrete base Fuel feeding: External spring agitator Fuel consumption: ca. 3.5 loose cubic meters/24h Automation: Schneider electric programmable logic. GSM alarm in fault situations, remote internet control Connection requirements: Electricity cable, heat channel, water pipe, broadband, GSM connection 1. chp-plant
10-20kw Power Pallets - GEK Gasifier Why it’s different The Power Pallet is the culmination of our long-standing project to create an expertly engineered, small-scale gasification solution that is realistic for today’s user. While personal scale gasification has long held tremendous promise, the realities of making it work usually prove too much for regular mortals. The high bar of operator expertise and extreme sensitivity to fuel particulars, usually combine to make what seems simple in principle, exceedingly difficult in practice. The Power Pallet has significantly widened this window for success by embedding the needed “expertise” in an onboard electronic brain.
American Biodiesel Breakthrough Biodiesel Published on August 21st, 2008 | by Nick Chambers A small group of unassuming mid-westerners has discovered what could be a complete game-changer for the global biodiesel industry. Their new system makes biodiesel in mere seconds, creates a product that costs half the price, produces no waste, and can use any animal fat or vegetable oil as a feedstock. 5 DIY Earth-Friendly Cooking Devices Capturing HEAT Five Earth-Friendly Cooking Technologies and How to Build Them By Dean Still and Jim Kness