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THE USE OF HIGH MOISTURE SEWAGE SLUDGE IN THE CHP UNIT INTEGRATED WITH BIOMASS DRYING AND GASIFICATION

The paper presents the evaluation of the possibility of the use of a biomass with high moisture content in a cogeneration plant with gas piston engine. The dried sewage sludge-derived syngas is used as a fuel. Sewage sludge are characterized by about 70 wt% of moisture content after the dewatering process. The drying process which is applied as the next step requires great amount of energy. For this reason the thermal integration of the drying process with a piston engine which produce a

Wojciech UCHMAN, Marcin JOB, Anna SKOREK-OSIKOWSKA

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment , ISSUE 3, 147–152

research-article

OVERVIEW OF SELECTED NATURAL GAS DRYING METHODS

presents and describes a number of methods that enable the drying of gas. Each of them has different parameters that will be achieved for the gas after it is dried. Depending on the required degree of dehumidification, process economics and compatibility with other dependent processes, individual methods are more or less used in gas engineering. 2. GAS DRYING METHODS The drying process does not have to mean the complete elimination of steam. It is important to remove only the amount that would have

Natalia GENEROWICZ

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment , ISSUE 3, 73–83

Research Article

COMPRESSED AIR QUALITY INCREASE FOR ROLLING STOCK PNEUMATIC SYSTEMS BASED ON ENERGY EFFICIENCY

The energy efficiency increase problem for railway rolling stock pneumatic systems compressed air preparation is directly connected with its purification and drying technology choice. In the presented materials in the article, the authors find a solution to the problem based on realization analysis of different factors that affect compressed air quality, purification and drying technology choice, as well as based on energy efficiency analysis. To realize the energy-saving events at railway

Tatiana RIPOL-SARAGOSI, Leonid RIPOL-SARAGOSI, Igor SMYCHOK

Transport Problems , ISSUE 4, 13–21

Research Article

Real-time monitoring of meat drying process using microwave spectroscopy

The objective of this investigation is to monitor the meat drying process and try to analyse the changes of the electromagnetic (EM) signature from a patch antenna during the process. The antenna has been modelled using High Frequency Structure Simulation Software (HFSS) and then constructed. The experimental work carried out by placing a meat sample on a scale inside the fridge and recording reflection coefficient (S11) and weight measurements 24 times (every hour) a day during one month at

Magomed Muradov, Jeff D. Cullen, Badr Abdullah, Muhammad Ateeq, Alex Mason, Andy Shaw, Ahmed I. Al-Shamma’a

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems , ISSUE 5, 1–5

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Enzyme and DTT treatment of adherent RBCs for antibody identification by a solid phase immunoassay system

Treatment of RBCs with protease enzymes or dithiothreitol (DTT) causes denaturation of several RBC antigens and is regularly used in antibody identification. In this study, we have standardized enzyme and DTT treatment of adherent RBCs in the magnetic-mixed passive hemagglutination assay (M-MPHA) for antibody identification. We have also tried drying these treated RBCs. The optimal enzyme and DTT treatment conditions for intact adherent RBCs were determined, in addition to the optimal condition

Toyohiro Tamai, Toshio Mazda

Immunohematology , ISSUE 4, 114–119

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EFFECT OF METAKAOLIN DEVELOPED FROM LOCAL NATURAL MATERIAL SOORH ON WORKABILITY, COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH, ULTRASONIC PULSE VELOCITY AND DRYING SHRINKAGE OF CONCRETE

The utilization of pozzolanic materials like metakaolin (MK) in cement mortar and concrete is growing in construction industry all around the world to reduce the CO2 release into the atmosphere and reduce energy consumption. This study instigates the performance of concrete containing locally developed metakaolin in terms of workability, unit weight, compressive strength, ultrasonic pulse velocity and drying shrinkage of concrete. The Portland cement (PC) is replaced by inclusion of developed

Abdullah SAAND, Manthar Ali KEERIO, Daddan khan BANGWAR

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment , ISSUE 2, 115–122

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PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF THE MICROWAVE OVEN IN THE GEOTECHNICAL LABORATORY

1. INTRODUCTION The soil natural moisture content test is one of the basic and the most common research conducted in geotechnical laboratories around the world. The procedure described in current standards of all countries demands drying of soil in conventional oven (with natural or forced circulation of hot air) for at least 24 hours. The alternative for this time-consuming process is drying the soil specimen by using electromagnetic radiation with the frequency of microwaves. The idea is

Małgorzata JASTRZĘBSKA

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment , ISSUE 2, 91–104

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Red cell antibody identification by solid phase red cell adherence utilizing dried RBC monolayers

Recent technological advances in the immobilization and drying of red cell monolayers for use in solid phase red cell adherence (SPRCA) assays have resulted in the development of reagent red cells for antibody screening and identification that are stable at room temperature. Panels consisting of twelve different RBC samples dried onto individual microplate wells were evaluated with 176 samples whose antibody specificities had previously been determined by conventional hemagglutination

Darryl L. Stone, Ralph A. Eatz, Susan D. Rolih, Seaborn J. Farlow, Gordon S. Hudson, Lyle T. Sinor

Immunohematology , ISSUE 1, 12–17

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USING CAPACITIVE SENSING TO DETERMINE THE MOISTURE CONTENT OF WOOD PELLETS – INVESTIGATIONS AND APPLICATION

parallel plates and the other on a planar structure, are tested using a laboratory prototype in a drying chamber. Investigations on the applicability of capacitive moisture measurement are carried out using stationary conditions. The non-invasive and in-situ moisture content determination of wood pellets in a screw conveyor is presented as an application of the proposed principle.

Anton Fuchs, Michael J. Moser, Hubert Zangl, Thomas Bretterklieber

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems , ISSUE 2, 293–308

Research Article

AMYLOIDS, COMMON PROTEINS AMONG MICROORGANISMS

play important physiological functions in microorganisms. There is growing evidence that functional amyloids are important in bacterial adhesion and invasion. Furthermore, amyloids make biofilms thicker, rougher, and more resistant to drying out. The increasing interest in better understanding of the nature of these unusual microbial proteins and their role in pathogenesis are likely to contribute to the effective treatment or prevention of infectious diseases in humans.

Barbara Katarzyna Pawłowska, Beata Magdalena Sobieszczańska

Postępy Mikrobiologii - Advancements of Microbiology , ISSUE 1, 77–87

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