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Use of renewable energy addresses all three of the pillars of sustainable development: economic progress, development and social improvement, and an improved environment.  Some renewable energy technologies are maturing rapidly and are increasingly cost competitive. For example, micro hydro and biomass are often the most cost effective options to provide energy services in off-grid areas in developing countries. The biomass power plant is an established technology for energy conversion using the steam power generation concept.  The main difference is the use of mainly EFB as the source of fuel. Recent developments in pre-processing EFB to eliminate clinker formation have greatly enhanced the operational efficiencies of this technology.   It is now feasible for biomass power plants to convert large amount of POM biomass into useful energy and also resolve the solid waste disposal difficulties and associated air emissions, particularly those that are incinerated or indiscriminately dumped. The basic design of the biomass power plant is based on a steam power plant.  Steam is generated in a boiler at appropriate pressure and temperatures.  The steam would be used to turn the turbines and the turbine turns the alternator that produces electricity.  The electrical energy would be used for some house loads while the remaining amount could be exported into the existing nearby power grid. The proposed power plant would be a 7.4 MVA or 5.92 MWe power plant comprising of main plant and equipment for a steam power plant. The steam boiler design is a Danstoker 24.8 t/h, 68 bar, 450 ºC with inclined vibrating grate capable of combusting pre-treated EFB of moisture content 40% and wood at 25 mm3 complete with front end EFB fuel treatment and handling plant, and back end de-ashing system.  The power generating unit is a Shinko 7.4 MVA (5.92 MWe) at power factor 0.8 capable of handling a maximum of 25,000 kg/hr of steam at 450 ºC and 50 bar.g pressure.

Tahun : 2017 Media Publikasi : Seminar Internasional
Kategori : Prosiding No/Vol/Tahun : 1 / 1 / 2017
PTN/S : Universitas Pakuan Program Studi : TEKNIK ELEKTRO
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