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Jana Elektrik sendiri Melalui gas Metana

Postby Einjahr » Mon May 18, 2009 12:19 pm

Generating electricity from manure is a technology that heralds an important promise for rural towns and kampongs in Sabah as it provides communities with an invaluable opportunity to experience real returns to the rural economy , and a big PLUS for the environment.

With the rest of the world trying to reduce their carbon footprints, utilizing such technologies offer a great promise for farmers and relieves highly populated urban centers of their manure management problem.

Methane power-plants are sustainable, economical and practical. It is sustainable because electricity production depend on really… just manure and that can be acquired by the thousands or even million metric of tonnes from the farms and human manure from sewage plants, but dont hold your nose away in disgust just yet. Methane plants exist and the technology is being hotly utilized around the world, proof? Read the below

Chinese power plant uses harmful methane gas for producing electricity (Re-Issue)
February 4th, 2008 - 12:50 pm

Washington, Feb 4 (ANI): In a unique initiative, China has started the world’s largest cow-dung methane power plant in the Inner Mongolia region, thus using the greenhouse gas methane for generating electricity on a massive scale.

Electricity From What Cows Leave Behind

FOR years, the cows at Green Mountain Dairy here produced only milk and manure. But recently they have generated something else: electricity.

The farm is part of a growing alternative energy program that converts the methane gas from cow manure into electricity that is sold to the power utility’s grid.

And why SESB and Tenaga nasional aren’t investing in this technology for Sabah? Well understanding human nature, such facilities wont likely be located in urban centers so by ‘sixth sense’, I would bet that methane powered plants will be located outside of urban areas. And because the process of converting manure-methane -electricity involves burning, these Plants can also manufacture fertilizers and fuel.

It’s a given answer that city-folks wouldn’t want a methane-electricity plant anywhere in the urban centers so methane power-plants can make their presence in rural towns and this provides them a niche, a clear advantage which pulls resources and technical expertise to rural economy rather than development being centralized and limited to urban areas

We realized we could help meet a customer demand for renewables, help solve a manure management problem and make these farmers more financially secure,” said Steve Costello, a spokesman for Central Verm

It provides the rural economy with

- Jobs :which would then allow an exchange of knowledge, skills
- Opens rural economies to the world with the incorporation of green technology
- Reduces carbon footprint produced by agriculture
- A more cost-effective method
- Relieves cost through lesser dependence on paying for non-renewable fuels
- Promotes capital flow from cities to rural towns
- Subsidization of electricity usage
- Additional income from electricity production
- Circulation of knowledge and skills

For cities, and urban areas… methane power plants can solve the headache of waste and sewage management and don’t worry you won’t smell anything even if electricity is wired in from rural towns. As the process involves burning, methane plants can possibly be incorporated with water purifying technology which purifies sewage water into clean water for the city’s self sufficiency .

Like many green technologies, many get a diss-off from gov who prolly cant see the real benefits from incorporating this technology. Eyh but the more energy -efficient Sabah is, the lesser Sabahans need to depend on fossil fuels. Now where would that leave the non-renewable fuels? If theres excess more than we need…we sell them of course.. * Kachings for the national economy*

Further reading
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/09/24/busin ... rmers.html
http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/hea ... 16139.html

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Re: Jana Elektrik sendiri Melalui gas Metana

Postby Einjahr » Mon May 18, 2009 12:21 pm

konsep bagaimana elektrik boleh dijana dari Najis Sapi

[youtube=]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=but5ntRMQQc[/youtube]
teknologi Jerman

Rajin-rajin la mencari info yg kita boleih berbincang disini... manalaa tau ada org bulih buat prototype...
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Re: Jana Elektrik sendiri Melalui gas Metana

Postby Suffian » Mon May 18, 2009 12:25 pm

Ada ka kwsn landfill di Sabah ni jana tenaga Methane ni?
Klu ada kasitau sia dimana lokasinya kwn2.
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Re: Jana Elektrik sendiri Melalui gas Metana

Postby Einjahr » Mon May 18, 2009 2:36 pm

ala boleh bikin sendiri ba ini teknology utk small scale...

cuba cari di you tube ada tu tutorial dia

najis lembu dicampur dengan air terus diorg kasi masuk dalam dram besar lepas tu ditutup dibiarkan selama 4-5 minggu... hasil pereputan tu maka terjadilah gas metana... gas ini marak ni kalau didedah pada api.. yg digunakan utk bakar air jadi stim... stim dalam pressure tinggi ini digunakan utk memutarkan turbin... turbin ini berpusing maka terjadilah letricity :lol2:
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Re: Jana Elektrik sendiri Melalui gas Metana

Postby bah_bah » Mon May 18, 2009 2:46 pm

inda paya susah2. kasi sedia lighter sama buntut mu :slaugh: . kentut sambil pasang api. methane gas la tu :lol2: :lol2: :lol2:
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Re: Jana Elektrik sendiri Melalui gas Metana

Postby Einjahr » Mon May 18, 2009 2:51 pm

http://www.appropedia.org/Home_biogas_system
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Construction Instructions

(Before begining construction, view the "Start-up Instructions" below for some prep operations.)

1. Select a location for the HBS close to where the gas will be used. (We recommend collecting manure and bringing it to the HBS for feeding.)
2. Choose a location away from trees whose roots can break the digester walls. (Min area: 2.5 mtr x 3.0 mtr)
3. Dig the ground 2.5m x 2.5m wide and 2.0m deep.
4. Build the footings and reinforced concrete slab.
5. Build the reinforced CHB walls. Upon reaching ground level, layout CHB walls for outlet compartment so that CHB and rebar interlocks are maintained. (Do not install all CHB for outlet compartment. See instructions below regarding cover installation.)
6. The HBS has a below ground section of about 1.6 mtr and an above-ground section of 1.0 mtr. (This UNIQUE feature expedites sediment removal as described later in operation & maintenance.)
7. After the CHB walls have dried, install the inlet, outlet and other pipes. Pipe locations may be changed to same or adjacent sides if preferred or needed.
8. Install anchor bolts on the outside wall.
9. Build the concrete slab for the outlet compartment and plaster the inside and outside walls. Use plaster mixture with a water sealer like Sahara.
10. Cut the 6” orange PVC pipes in half and lay them on the CHB blocks. Place elbows (also cut in half) on the corners. Grout as needed to keep them in-place. (This is to protect cover material from sharp edges.)
11. Clean the surfaces of the halved 6” orange PVC pipes and ay the HBS cover as if installing a table cloth.
12. At the outside CHB wall section, where the anchor bolts are located, apply a 6” to 8” wide strip of sealant like Vulca-Seal. Ensure good sealant & plaster adhesion.
13. Remember, after the cover material is sandwiched between the outside plaster and the wood plank, the sealant must create a gas-tight seal.
14. On the wall adjacent to the outlet compartment, it is best that some CHB was omitted earlier to allow for HBS cover installation. Install the omitted CHB after the cover.
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Re: Jana Elektrik sendiri Melalui gas Metana

Postby bahu » Mon May 18, 2009 4:39 pm

yang penting ada sampah ja tu. lepas tu kumpul tu bau sampah dan tapis sebelum digunakan.
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Re: Jana Elektrik sendiri Melalui gas Metana

Postby bahu » Mon May 18, 2009 4:39 pm

yang penting ada sampah ja tu. lepas tu kumpul tu bau sampah dan tapis sebelum digunakan.
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Re: Jana Elektrik sendiri Melalui gas Metana

Postby Ilmi_arishta » Fri Jul 10, 2009 10:48 am

Teknologi pintar yang mungkin sesuai untuk masyarakat yang mempunyai kemahiran dan modal. kalau kita boleh bangunkan benda ni, satu kampung satu loji metana. selesai masalah bekalan gas untuk memasak. :clap2:
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