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Biomass gasifier pune

  1. 1. Biomass Gasifier INNOVATOR 1 :Dr. SUDHIR PULORIAPRESENTED BY: INDIRA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT,PUNE
  2. 2. OVERVIEW Biomass is basically an organic material, which includes wood, crop residues, solid waste, animal wastes, sewage, and waste from food processing Biomass gasifier benefits rural poor and the industrial sector on regular basis and is understood easily by every day users, whether it is a Farm or House, Hospital or a Clinic or a Factory
  3. 3. WHAT IS BIOMASS GASIFIER Biomass Gasifier is a thermo-chemical reactor where Biomass gasification takes place which is a conversion of solid fuels (Wood & Agricultural waste etc) into a combustible gas mixture normally called "Producer gas".
  4. 4. INVENTION OF DR.SUDHIR PULORIA Product:Biomass Gasifier Range: Rs.3000 – Rs.15000 Types:  Simple natural gasifier  Forced draft
  5. 5. Simple Natural Gasifier Price:Rs 8000 Pay Back Period: 100 days Wood consumption : Very high Smoke/Fume: Very high Fuel used: Agro based ( Cotton, soya husk)
  6. 6. Forced Draft Price:Rs 15000 Pay back period: 60 days Wood consumption: Less as compared to simple natural gasifier Characteristics:  more systematic  ash removal system from down  works on ac blower where primary and secondary combustion takes place
  7. 7. ADVANTAGES These systems basically convert woody biomass /agricultural wastes like rice-husk, coconut waste etc into a combustible gas which can be used in a number of ways:1. Burnt like a convenient gaseous fuel through appropriate burners in case of thermal applications.2. Fed into gasoline engines (S.I. Engines) to replace gasoline etc.
  8. 8. CHALLENGES Availability of land Construction Collection of agro waste for the production Viable only in the rural areas where ample raw material is available
  9. 9. OPPORTUNITIES IDENTIFIED In villages- this model can be substituted in the aata chakki shops In Naxalite area the power supply is absent. Hence, government can subsidize the gram panchayat to have this model as a substitute for the generators which are expensive It can replace fuels like:1. Coal2. Kerosene3. Electricity
  10. 10. USP Uses natural resource like solar energy- saving energy and cost Uses machinery parts available in the rural market
  11. 11. PROJECT FUTURE Future is bright as the natural resources are depleting at a faster pace. Especially coal and hence it can be substituted Also, electricity demand is high and the supply is comparatively low. Thus, this model can help in fulfilling the difference in demand and supply
  12. 12. Benefits to the society Offersa sustainable option to all the rural people because they can run the gasifier and all the farm waste Nowadays all the farmers burn their farm grasses to clean it for the next use So 1 acre of farm land waste can sustain 50 families

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