biogas

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biogas

[′bī·ō‚gas]
(materials)
A mixture of methane and carbon dioxide generated from the bacterial decomposition of animal and vegetable wastes.
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Was the operating temperature too low, the generator speed too low, or was hydrogen sulfide in the digester gas the problem?
UTC said the anaerobic digester gas configuration of the PureCell 400 Model will be available in 2010.
Surplus heat generated by the power plant will also be used to generate the anaerobic digester gas needed to fuel it, increasing its efficiency.
The fuel cell at the Palmdale plant, located on 30th Street East near Avenue P, will draw in hydrogen from digester gas, which is produced in the treatment process and is predominantly methane, to generate electricity.
Units are ideal for aeration flow monitoring and digester gas flow measurement applications.
Sierra Nevada is exploring the possibility of supplementing the fuel supply with anaerobic digester gas.
Impurities from sour digester gas collect in the crankcase, diluting the oil, depleting its base reserve and spreading contaminants throughout the engine," he says.
Operating on biomass fuels, such as wastewater treatment digester gas, the Direct FuelCell is a renewable technology.
The installation in Yonkers is the world's first commercial fuel cell to use anaerobic digester gas, a byproduct of wastewater treatment, to produce electricity.
When digester gas is used as fuel for an internal combustion engine greater attention is required, such as removing hydrogen sulfide, carbon dioxide and moisture to prevent corrosive build-ups and maintenance problems.
Renewal of phosphate precipitation, modernization of anaerobic sludge treatment including the digester gas treatment and -.
The market is also segmented according to primary fuel sources such as Hydrogen, Natural Gas/ Methane, Methanol, and Anaerobic Digester Gas.