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Non Conventional Energy Sources

Non Conventional Energy Sources

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Published by: Sekhar Challa on Apr 27, 2011
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NON CONVENTIONAL ENERGY SOURCESWASTE TO ELECTRICAL ENERGY (WTEE)TECHNOLOGYGENERATING WEALTH FROM GARBAGECONTENTS
1. ABSTRACT2. RESOURCE RECOVERY3. PROCESSED SOLID WASTE COMBUSTIONa. REFUSED DERIVED FUEL - PROCESSESb. REFUSED DERIVED FUEL - PREPARATIONc. REFUSED DERIVED FUEL - CLASSIFICATIONd. REFUSED DERIVED FUEL - CHARACTERSTICSe. REFUSED DERIVED FUEL - HIGHLIGHTS4. WTEE – SOCIO ECONOMIC PROJECT5. DEVELOPMENT & FUTURE OF WTEE6. CONCLUSION7.BIBLIOGRAPHY
 
 
ABSTRACT
 
What happened on May, 2004 in Mumbai?
Due to failure of local grid. The business capital of India jammed for hours. Being largestrailway network city, even the locals also stick to tracks. This incident shows the humanconnection with electricity. Electrical energy is an essential ingredient for all activities, aswell as the lifeblood of economies throughout the world. It plays a vital role for economicgrowth and quality life improvements: with the increase in population of the world. Thedemand for power has gradually increased. Hence the burden on the countries, especiallydeveloping countries like India have increased to meet the demands in the present day. Mostof the demands are met by conventional sources such as fossil fuels, hydal, nuclear power etc.The use of these sources have not only resulted in their depletion. But also increased the population. Hence there is a great need for improving technology in the use of non-conventional sources of energy which could greatly decrease the environmental needs andwhich would assure the future needs particles to rural people at affordable rates.This paper presents an overview of waste to electrical energy technology The basic conceptand different features of WTEE is described. It includes the various processes to produceRefused Desire Fuel (RDF), its characteristics and classifications. This shows the solution todisposal of municipal and agricultural solid waste which is an increasing problem today andthe developments and goals are described.
 
RESOURCE RECOVERY….
For the foreseeable future,the disposal of municipal and agriculturesolid waste will continue to be anincreasing problem. This waste is either composed, land filled, recycled or converted to some form of energy but wehave another option called as ResourceRecovery. Recovering the energy frommunicipal and agricultural solid waste.And using this energy for power  production by Incineration andBiomethanisation. Under this resourcerecovery we have three options for power  production.1. Unprocessed Solid WasteCombustion.2. Processed Solid WasteCombustion.3. Solid waste to liquid\gas convertion
1. UNPROCESSED SOLIDWASTE COMBUTION…………
The mass burn technologiesuse municipal solid waste (MSW).The MSW under goes only limited processing to remove non combustibleand over sized items. Mass burntechnologies include water wallfurnace, rotary kiln furnace, refractoryfurnace water cooled rotarycombustion furnace and controlled air furnace.
2. PROCESSED SOLID WASTECOMBUSTION
Under this process RefusedDerived Fuel (RDF) is used. The solidwaste are subjects to various process toimprove their physical & chemical properties. These processes includedrying, comminution, densification, physical separation and chemicalmodification.
3. SOLID WASTE LIQUID /GAS CONVERTIONTECHNOLOGY
These technologies convertsolid waste into either liquid or gasfuels. This fuel can then be burned in aconventional manner.
PROCESSED SOLID WASTECOMBUSTION :
The WTEE technologyidentified in this subsection are refusedderived fuel which has been processedfrom MSW. Due to having improvedcombustion characteristics and emitioncharacteristics and easy preparation. We prefer this processed solid wastecombustion.
Refused Derived Fuel-Processes

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