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 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
 Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3  Feb. 2011
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Biomass presentation to ISM Grade 3 Feb. 2011

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  • It is a really nice presentation which shows a lot of information on biomass which is one of important clean and renewable energies. I also enjoyed the presentation. Justin Shin's Daddy
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  • 1. BiomassA sustainable source of energy
    Grant Hauber
  • 2. Biomass is any living plant matter
    Biomass energy is energy made from something that is or once was plant matter
  • 3. Types of
    Biomass
  • 4. Biomass is the oldest source of energy
  • 5. As a fire burns down, it gets hotter
  • 6. Heat can be used to cook, boil water
  • 7. Harnessing fire to make steam
  • 8. Turning Biomass into Electricity
    Boiler
    Biomass
    High Heat
    Steam
    Steam spins the turbine blades
    Rotating magnets create electricity
  • 9. Inside a biomass steam boiler
    Pipes filled with water are heated to make steam
    Fire heats the water
  • 10. Steam Turbine
    Boiler
  • 11. What biomass can you burn to make fire?
  • 12. Types of
    Biomass
  • 13. What is this?
    How much of this do you eat?
  • 14. Rice
  • 15. Rice husk
    1 bowl = 1000 grains of rice
    1 bowl per day x 365 days per year = 365,000 grains of rice per year
    365,000 grains of rice
    36,500 grains per kg = 10 kg per year per person
    13,000,000 people in Manila x 10 kg per person = 130,000,000 kg
    Rice husk mountain!
  • 16. Farmers often burn their crop waste to get rid of it
  • 17. How can we stop this?
    Biomass Power!
  • 18.
  • 19. Grown Biomass = Energy Crops
  • 20. Seedlings
    (2 months)
    Saplings (1 year)
    Tree Plantations
    3 years
    7 years
  • 21. Lumber Logs
    Slash Bundles
    Pulp Logs
    Tree Harvesting
  • 22. Forest Products
    From Lumber Logs
    From Pulp Logs
  • 23. Different trees, different logs
  • 24. Cutting
    Sorting
    Loading
    Hauling
  • 25. Chipping
  • 26. Bringing it all together…with no waste!
    Electricity and Steam are used by the Paper Mill
    Paper Mill
    Biomass power and heat plant
    Saw mill
    Wood chips from forestry waste
    Harvested Logs
    Saw dust from sawmill
  • 27. Biogas
  • 28. Farms can be dirty places
  • 29. Making food can leave behind a lot of nasty waste
  • 30. Food or animal waste ferments in the pond, releasing methane gas
    Methane is highly flammable!!
  • 31. Humans also generate lots of waste! Covered landfills capture methane like a balloon
    This methane can be used to generate electricity
  • 32. Biogas Capture Process
    Methane gas builds up under the rubber sheet
    Thick rubber sheets cover the pond
  • 33. Tank type biogas plant
    Power Generator
    Biogas Capture Tanks
    Methane Gas Pipe

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