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Authors: Vishal, Sharma
Issue Date: Oct-2020
Publisher: Chitkara university, Punjab
Abstract: ABSTRACT Energy dispersion has directly influenced the prosperity and well-being of the nation. The era of urbanization and industrialization desperately deteriorating the World's natural energy sources, which contributed to their maximum capacity for energy generation. It resulted in drastic environmental conditions and drying out limited conventional energy sources. This instigates the worldwide consideration to explore the alternative sources of energy that have provided renewable and sustainable options. Biomass is highlighted as one of the ecological and inexhaustible sources undertaken to meet the growing energy demand. Modern biomass utilization technologies create opportunities to access energy from biomass (forest waste, agricultural waste, organic matter, etc.), which are not fully explored for energy generation. Moreover, coniferous forest residue, such as pine needles, has enormous potential in Himalayan territories, has been providing the best options for industrial development and promoting urbanization. It could play a significant role in energy supply. Additionally, the generation of energy from coniferous forest waste can offer the best options to the disposal of pine needles in these regions. The identification of appropriate techniques for utilizing this tremendous source can be profited environmentally and economically. Fluidized bed combustion technique can provide the best-operating environmental conditions for combustion of any type of fuels in air rich conditions, resulting in controllable emission of carbon dioxide (CO2). The present study is focused on exploring and identifying the energy potential accessible in the excess amount of pine needles in the Himalayan territories and to examine the fluidization characteristics in the lab-scale fluidized bed. The present study is investigated in three significant steps: 1) The estimation of the pine needles potential and study its physicochemical properties through ultimate analysis,
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