Experimental Investigation and Fabrication of Biogas Digester
In the present day scenario, the non-renewable source of energy is the matter of serious concern either in terms of availability or in terms of cost concern. Considering the future prospective, there is a serious need for the alternate energy which has the ability of satisfying the need for energy quest. Energy is vital to living beings as well as nature. Everything that happens is the result of flow of energy in its different forms. With increased use, depletion of fossil fuel and its negative impact of conventional fuel on environment, alternative fuel will become more common in the coming decades. The objective of this paper is to analyze composition of the biogas obtained from the combined mixture of waste from kitchen (uncooked vegetable waste and food) and cow dung in self-fabricated 200 l biogas digester which is portable and economical.
KeywordsBiogas Chromatography Methane Calorific value
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