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Old 10th October 2017, 04:39 PM
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Default IISC Biomass Atlas

Hii sir, I Wants to get the Information About the Biomass Resource Assessment of the Combustion, Gasification and Propulsion Laboratory of the IISC Bangalore ?
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Old 11th October 2017, 11:35 AM
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Default Re: IISC Biomass Atlas

As you Asking for the Information About the Biomass Resource Assessment of the Combustion, Gasification and Propulsion Laboratory of the IISC Bangalore is given below

Biomass Resource Assessment

Biomass is the residues generated out of plants, agricultural crops and trees and hence they are renewable. The recent advancement in science achieved especially at CGPL, IISc has shown that by adopting principles of Combustion, Gasification and Pollution control it is possible to generate Clean power which is either in electrical or thermal form.
With this technical strength it is found relevant that CGPL produce a country wide Biomass Atlas to enable assessment of biomass availability to forecast the power generation potential. Under this context,


Biomass Data Collection and Methodology

The Diagram shows the methodology used to integrate the data into Atlas. This software package is developed at CGPL, IISc, as the National Focal Point (NFP) that provides information on Biomass Residues form Agro-Crops, as related to Energy generation both in Spatial and Statistical form.

The residue generation based on agricultural output is used to compute the surplus Biomass available for Energy production after accounting for the societal uses such as Fodder, Domestic Fuel, and Thatching.

While all the use for fodder and thatching is considered unavailable for energy generation,

Biomass Data Collection and Methodology

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