Vol. 4, Issue 3 (2019)
Construction and efficiency investigation of biogas plant
Author(s): Dhayalan V, Lawrence Justin, S Kalaiselvan
Abstract: A biogas plant is modern energy source and is suitable to the necessities of the future. With the appropriate application of the digestion technology, the development of economically feasible biogas digesters systems for an institution is done. The central purpose of the study is to outline if any, the conditions under which biogas digesters would be feasible for an institution AVS College of Technology which is in Salem, Tamilnadu, India. The production of biogas by anaerobic digestion of organic waste is a mature expertise that may present tangible benefits to institution. Biogas technology can alleviate many grave problems in the developing countries, such as rural energy scarcity, low agriculture yield, and poor public health. In addition through the utilization of biogas technology toxic farm waste can be properly handled through anaerobic digestion; generation of natural fertilizers and ultimately lead to an increase in output and income. From analysis it will become apparent that farmers using digesters systems have greater earnings or benefits than those farmers who do not resulting in the preservation. An anaerobic digester contains an oxygen free environment that allows microorganisms to break down the organic material to produce biogas (methane). Once the biogas is produced it can be used for different applications to aid the developing world.