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Biogas: From the Fuel Production Side to the Energy Generation
Submission Deadline: August 31, 2022 (Closed) Submit Now
Davide Papurello, PhD
Post-doc Researcher, Energy Center of Turin, Turin, Italy.
Research Interests: high temperature fuel cells; biogas production and purification methods; trace compounds monitoring; carbon capture technologies; energy storage from thermal to electric storage using PCM materials and li-ion batteries.
About This Topic
This special issue will cover the biogas production as a biogenous fuel mainly considering the biomass as a starting source. Furthermore, to consider classical production methods, such as biological and thermochemical methods, we are highly interested in new research systems. The starting biomass will cover also recycled and waste materials to contribute to the “Circular Approach system”. It will be covered also all the required steps for the energy generation, considering the biogas cleaning through adsorption methods and upgrading methods to produce biomethane. All the case-studies with experimental laboratory studies, industrial prototypes and pilot plants are deeply encouraged to be considered for publication. As a resuming in this issue it is interesting to study the following topics:
biogas; power energy; gas cleaning; anaerobic digestion; gasification; algae; biomethane; upgrading
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Received: 23 November 2022; Published: 22 March 2023; doi: 10.21926/jept.2301012
The increasing number of biogas plants with various digested organic materials and output of digestates calls for more detailed investigations of their suitability as soil amendments. In a trial in Northern Germany two replicate plots each were treated with fresh or prolonged fermented digestate to investigate the influence of digestates on [...]
Evaluation of Oxidative Stability and Kinetic Parameters of the Cottonseed and Soybean Biodiesels by Rancimat and Differential Scanning Calorimetry Techniques
by Lara T. C. Mota , Igor M. Figueredo , F. Murilo T. Luna , Rodrigo S. Vieira , Célio L. Cavalcante Jr. and M. Alexsandra de S. Rios
Received: 26 September 2022; Published: 22 December 2022; doi: 10.21926/jept.2204042
In this study, the oxidative stability of the cottonseed oil biodiesel (CB) and soybean oil biodiesel (SB) was investigated by two methodologies, Rancimat and Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC), using samples fresh and aged (mid-term storage condition (100 days)). The biodiesel samples were synthesized by transesterification and character [...]
The Design, Development and Assessment of a Novel De-centralised IoT-Based Remote Monitoring of a Small-Scale Anaerobic Digester Network
by Tanja Radu , Vincent Smedley , Dipti Yadav , Richard Blanchard , Sheik Aminur Rahaman , Abdul Salam and Chettiyappan Visvanathan
Received: 21 September 2022; Published: 28 November 2022; doi: 10.21926/jept.2204039
The implementation of community-level de-centralised anaerobic digestion (AD) systems offers a sustainable solution for organic waste management and energy provision, but there is currently a need for low-cost methods of system control and management at this scale. The problem becomes accentuated with increasing deployment, as greater complexi [...]