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How Briquetting Press Has Enhanced The Use Of Biomass Waste

by Jay Khodiyar Machine Tools  (Apr. 14, 2014)

Biomass waste has been used for producing the energy and fulfilling the household needs. With the inception of briquetting press the briquettes produced from the machines are now being used for greater purposes in diverse industries.   The mounting need for energy and industries are looking for alternative sources of energy for their all ...

Harnessing marine renewable energy from Poole Harbour: a case study

by Inderscience Publishers  (Nov. 27, 2013)

Global warming and its impact on our environment, society and economy is one of the fundamental concerns of our time. In response, the UK Government has implemented numerous targets including the 80% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions on 1990 levels by 2050, and the increase of renewable energy to 15% by 2020. In order to contribute towards ...

Sustainable development with renewable energy resources: a review

by Inderscience Publishers  (Nov. 20, 2013)

The most visible effects of the sustainable development movement are found in several global issues such as the greenhouse effect, stratospheric ozone depletion, and loss of biodiversity. Combustion of fossil fuels and global warming are closely associated with each other. There is an urgent need to replace fossil fuels to renewable energy ...

Advanced offshore measurements to support wind energy production, weather forecasting, and emergency response

by Atmospheric Systems Corporation (ASC)  (Sep. 14, 2013)

Sonoma Technology, Inc. (STI), with support from the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, is leading a unique partnership of corporate, government, and university researchers to develop a marine environmental observations program in the Gulf of Mexico. The primary goal of this project is to develop a framework of advanced offshore measurements to ...

Tidal Power Source

by CNJ Technology  (Jun. 2, 2013)

I imagined some new technique and I want to introduce it. This is only an ideology and not experimented yet. If anybody wants to experiment this i have no objection. According to me any technology that helps the mankind must be universal. I don’t want like anybody’s monopoly on this technology. I wish this technology should be ...

A binary ACO for controlling all–electric power take off system in wave energy converters

by Inderscience Publishers  (Apr. 1, 2013)

This paper describes a metaheuristic algorithm for controlling all–electric power take off (PTO) system of wave energy converters. It provides optimal parameter values to the controller following the instantaneously changing sea state. The output of the algorithm is used to tune the electrical control systems in the PTO system in order to provide ...

Is marine energy about to go mainstream?

by Carbon Trust  (Feb. 27, 2013)

Why the costs of wave and tidal power could soon plummet - viewpoint from Dr Stephen Wyatt, Head of Technology Acceleration, Carbon Trust As the marine industry gathers in London for its annual get together one thing is clear; the sector is growing up fast.  So fast that it looks like it will soon be defying its critics and getting its feet ...

Why it`s time to get serious about wave power

by Carbon Trust  (Oct. 22, 2012)

For most of us power from the sea means watching waves crashing on a beach or smashing up against a breakwater. But if you want to experience wave power at its most energetic then you need to be offshore. In fact you need to be over one hundred kilometres offshore. In February 2000, a British oceanographic research vessel sailing in the Rockall ...

Ocean exergy and energy conversion systems

by Inderscience Publishers  (Jun. 26, 2012)

Oceans store energy in the form of currents, waves, tides, heat and salinity that can help to alleviate worldwide demand for power and the global climate change threat. They also store a considerable amount of an isotope of hydrogen (deuterium) which takes part in the most promising fusion reactions. Exergy analysis can be applied to evaluate the ...

Float Realty Trust – Falmouth, MA - Case Study

by Boreal Renewable Energy Development  (May 17, 2012)

At an office/industrial park on Cape Cod, owners wanted to explore potential savings from rooftop photovoltaic electricity in a single-story industrial facility. In two of the facility’s buildings, people work daily designing and manufacturing scientific instruments for oceanographic research and monitoring of climate change. As a research ...

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