To calculate the Carbon Dioxide - CO 2 - emission from a fuel, the carbon content of the fuel must be multiplied with the ratio of molecular weight of CO 2 (44) to the molecular weight of Carbon (12) -> 44 / 12 = 3.7. Carbon Dioxide emission from burning a fuel can be calculated as. q CO2 = c f / h f M CO2 /M m . where. q CO2 = specific CO 2 emission [kg CO2 /kWh]Get A Quote
Biogas. Biogas is formed by the anaerobic decomposition of putrescible organic material. Biogas can either be used to generate electricity and heat via a combined heat and power gas engine, or can be cleaned to produce pure biomethane via biogas upgrading.. Clarke Energy is a distributor of Jenbacher gas engines which are designed for robust operation on difficult gases such as biogasGet A Quote
Biogas is the mixture of gases produced by the breakdown of organic matter in the absence of oxygen (anaerobically), primarily consisting of methane and carbon dioxide. Biogas can be produced from raw materials such as agricultural waste, manure, municipal waste, plant material, sewage, green waste or food waste.Biogas is a renewable energy source.. Biogas is produced by anaerobic digestionGet A Quote
01/06/2011 · According to Abdelaziz when switching between biomass and diesel in the industrial boilers the results show that the total emission reduction of CO 2 when switching in different percentage between biomass and diesel are about 4778 ton in case of 80% diesel and 20% biomass consumption, 9557 ton in case of 60% diesel and 40% biomass and 11,946 ton in case of 50% diesel and 50% …Get A Quote
If implementing the seaweed-based biogas and fertilizer production system (Section 3.1.2, pathway 1), in 2050, Europe would potentially be able to produce above 0.6 million tons biogas, which could cover 35% of the energy consumed by light- and heavy-duty trucks and buses today. Concurrently the system could return 50,000 tons nitrogen and 8000 tons phosphorous embedded in the seaweedGet A Quote
Consequently, the change in carbon density from converting forestland to cropland would be -84.72 metric tons of C/hectare/year of biomass plus -3.60 metric tons C/hectare/year of soil C, minus 10.26 metric tons C/hectare/year from drained organic soils, equaling a total loss of 98.5 metric tons C/hectare/year (or -39.89 metric tons C/acre/year) in the year of conversion.Get A Quote
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