Power Generation Through Wet Oxidation of Biomass Ethanol

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Authors: Ankit Khandelwal, Sudeep Karumathil

Published by: Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers (IIChE)
Presented at: CHEMCON(Indian Chemical Engineering Congress), 59th Annual Session of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers, 2006.

Increasing concerns towards environmental pollution is shifting focus form nonrenewable energy resources to renewable energy sources. Recent discoveries revealed the more environment  friendly form of power generation such as combined and co-generation power cycles. Through this review paper, we have investigated possibility of generating power through wet oxidation of biomass ethanol. The paper also discussed the feasibility of combining such small power plants in a grid to optimize their performances.
This review work has been presented in Chemcon 2006, 59th  annual session of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers (IICHE).

Increasing concerns towards environmental pollution is shifting focus form nonrenewable energy resources to renewable energy sources. Recent discoveries revealed the more environment friendly form of power generation such as combined and co-generation power cycles. Through this review paper, we have investigated possibility of generating power through wet oxidation of biomass ethanol. The paper also discussed the feasibility of combining such small power plants in a grid to optimize their performances.
This review work has been presented in Chemcon 2006, 59th annual session of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers(IICHE).

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Chemcon 2006 presentation

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