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Energy from Toxic Organic Waste for Heat and Power Generation. Woodhead Publishing Series in Energy

  • Book

  • November 2018
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
  • ID: 4454889
Energy from Toxic Organic Waste for Heat and Power Generation presents a detailed analysis on using scientific methods to recover and reuse energy from Toxic waste. Dr. Barik and his team of expert authors recognize that there has been a growing rise in the quantum and diversity of toxic waste materials produced by human activity, and as such there is an increasing need to adopt new methods for the safe regeneration and minimization of waste produce around the world. It is predominately broken down into 5 sections:

- The first section provides and overview on the Toxic waste generation addressing the main components for the imbalance in ecosystem derived from human activity - The second section sets out ways in which toxic waste can be managed through various methods such as chemical treatment, cracking and Electro-beam treatment - The final 3 sections deliver an insight in to how energy can be extracted and recycled into power from waste energy and the challenges that these may offer

This book is essential reference for engineering industry workers and students seeking to adopt new techniques for reducing toxic waste and in turn extracting energy from it whilst complying with pollution control standards from across the world.

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Toxic Waste From Municipality
3. Energy Extraction From Toxic Waste Originating From Food Processing Industries
4. Toxic Waste From Textile Industries
5. Toxic Waste From Leather Industries
6. Toxic Waste From Biodiesel Production Industries and Its Utilization
7. Paper Industry Wastes and Energy Generation From Wastes
8. Medical Waste Disposal and Health Hazards
9. Hazardous Waste and Its Treatment Process
10. Cracking of Toxic Waste
11. Power Generation From Renewable Energy Sources Derived From Biodiesel and Low Energy Content Producer Gas for Rural Electrification
12. Economic Factors for Toxic Waste Management
13. Conclusion


Debabrata Barik Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Karpagam University. Dr. Debabrata Barik is an Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Karpagam University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India. He has teaching and research experience of over 10 years in various universities and completed his doctorate degree from National Institute of Technology Rourkela, India. His research interests include Combustion Engines, Waste to Energy, Renewable Energy, Regulated and Unregulated Emissions, and Heat Transfer among many other topics. Dr. Barik has published more than 20 international journals and conference proceedings and is an active reviewer for more than 25 international jounrnals. He is currently a member of the Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) and International Society for Energy, Environment and Sustainability (ISEES).