Design and development of green energy conversion system using waste water and organic kitchen wastes.

Anand Kumar, K.S and Saket, R.K and Rajendran, R and Eslamian, S (2020) Design and development of green energy conversion system using waste water and organic kitchen wastes. Journal of Hydrology Science and Technology International, 10 (4). 315 -333. ISSN 20427808

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Abstract

The design aspects and operational methodologies of a prototype microbial fuel cell and kitchen wastes based GECS are presented in this paper. The objective of this innovative research work is to provide an engineering solution for power generation from kitchen water, organic and agricultural wastes in green and biocompatible manners. The aluminium and copper foil sheets as cathode and an anode respectively are used as an electrode in the developed GECS. The comprehensive experiments have been performed using different bio-fuels from kitchen waste samples in bio-electric sandwich GECS chamber. The design and working aspects of GECS under anaerobic and aerobic conditions are described and discussed in this paper. The sandwich design of developed GECS comprises a bottom chamber and bio-fuel disposal chamber with 24 cassettes array. The output terminals of the 24 cassettes array arrangement produce 6 to 12 volts and exhaust byproduct as the liquid bio-fertilisers.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Bio-electricity, Sandwich design, Green energy conversion system; GECS, Microbial fuel cell, MFC, Liquid bio-fertiliser, Sustainable energy source.
Subjects: LIFE SCIENCES > Life Sciences (General)
LIFE SCIENCES > Man/System Technology and Life Support
Depositing User: Mrs. Usha Kumari
Date Deposited: 23 Nov 2021 11:35
Last Modified: 23 Nov 2021 11:35
URI: http://nal-ir.nal.res.in/id/eprint/13443

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