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 Solid Fuel from Biomass for Cogeneration (Semester Unknown) IPRO 349: Solid Fuel From Biomass For Cogeneration IPRO 349 Poster1 F08
 Creator
 Ajigbo, Oluwafunso, Lee, Sangkyoung, Adekola, Ademola, Kim, Sung, Kang, Minsoo, Ogata, Ken, Lee, Sangkyoung, Chee, Grace, Rhodes, Tyler, Yeseul, Lee, Camp, Kelsey, Schombert, Branden, Adekola, Ademola
 Date
 2008, 200812
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The following are our objectives for the Fall 2008 semester: • Reevaluate and update the calculations done by the previous IPRO group for...
Show moreThe following are our objectives for the Fall 2008 semester: • Reevaluate and update the calculations done by the previous IPRO group for theoretical energy content at each stage of the process. • Develop a flow scheme for a small scale cogeneration plant using solid biomass fuel from corn stover. • Research current equipment capacities and methods of heat transfer which could be used to implement a small scale cogeneration power plant. • Construct as economic analysis. • Deliver a final report that describes the overall energy yields, feasibility and economic analyses and possibly some recommendations for a large scale project.
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 Solid Fuel from Biomass for Cogeneration (Semester Unknown) IPRO 349: Solid Fuel From Biomass For Cogeneration IPRO 349 Project Plan F08
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 Ajigbo, Oluwafunso, Lee, Sangkyoung, Adekola, Ademola, Kim, Sung, Kang, Minsoo, Ogata, Ken, Lee, Sangkyoung, Chee, Grace, Rhodes, Tyler, Yeseul, Lee, Camp, Kelsey, Schombert, Branden, Adekola, Ademola
 Date
 2008, 200812
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The following are our objectives for the Fall 2008 semester: • Reevaluate and update the calculations done by the previous IPRO group for...
Show moreThe following are our objectives for the Fall 2008 semester: • Reevaluate and update the calculations done by the previous IPRO group for theoretical energy content at each stage of the process. • Develop a flow scheme for a small scale cogeneration plant using solid biomass fuel from corn stover. • Research current equipment capacities and methods of heat transfer which could be used to implement a small scale cogeneration power plant. • Construct as economic analysis. • Deliver a final report that describes the overall energy yields, feasibility and economic analyses and possibly some recommendations for a large scale project.
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 Solid Fuel from Biomass for Cogeneration (Semester Unknown) IPRO 349: Solid Fuel From Biomass For Cogeneration IPRO 349 Final Report F08
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 Ajigbo, Oluwafunso, Lee, Sangkyoung, Adekola, Ademola, Kim, Sung, Kang, Minsoo, Ogata, Ken, Lee, Sangkyoung, Chee, Grace, Rhodes, Tyler, Yeseul, Lee, Camp, Kelsey, Schombert, Branden, Adekola, Ademola
 Date
 2008, 200812
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The following are our objectives for the Fall 2008 semester: • Reevaluate and update the calculations done by the previous IPRO group for...
Show moreThe following are our objectives for the Fall 2008 semester: • Reevaluate and update the calculations done by the previous IPRO group for theoretical energy content at each stage of the process. • Develop a flow scheme for a small scale cogeneration plant using solid biomass fuel from corn stover. • Research current equipment capacities and methods of heat transfer which could be used to implement a small scale cogeneration power plant. • Construct as economic analysis. • Deliver a final report that describes the overall energy yields, feasibility and economic analyses and possibly some recommendations for a large scale project.
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 Ethanol UltraLight Aircraft (Fall 2001) IPRO 317: Ethanol_Ultralight_IPRO317_Fall2001_Final_Presentation
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 Bockenfeld, Dan, Guerra, Jorge, Kuczaj, Mariusz, Lim, Ryan, Mcdaniel, Loren, Muliere, Dave, Orebaugh, Jesse, Parsons, Abigail, Williams, Ben
 Date
 2001, 200112
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Students will convert a Quicksilver MXII ultralight airplane to run on E85 fuel (85% ethanol, 15% gasoline). This is technically challenging...
Show moreStudents will convert a Quicksilver MXII ultralight airplane to run on E85 fuel (85% ethanol, 15% gasoline). This is technically challenging because the plane uses a 2stroke Rotax 503 engine, where the oil must be mixed in with the fuel. After the conversion, the plane will be flighttested. In addition to the technical aspects, the project involves maintaining relationships with sponsors, public relations, and a study of the impact of ethanol on the ultralight aircraft market
Sponsorship: NA
Project Plan for IPRO 317: Ethanol Ultralight Aircraft for the Fall 2001 semester
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 Solid Fuel from Biomass for Cogeneration (Semester Unknown) IPRO 349: Solid Fuel From Biomass For Cogeneration IPRO 349 Brochure2 F08
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 Ajigbo, Oluwafunso, Lee, Sangkyoung, Adekola, Ademola, Kim, Sung, Kang, Minsoo, Ogata, Ken, Lee, Sangkyoung, Chee, Grace, Rhodes, Tyler, Yeseul, Lee, Camp, Kelsey, Schombert, Branden, Adekola, Ademola
 Date
 2008, 200812
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The following are our objectives for the Fall 2008 semester: • Reevaluate and update the calculations done by the previous IPRO group for...
Show moreThe following are our objectives for the Fall 2008 semester: • Reevaluate and update the calculations done by the previous IPRO group for theoretical energy content at each stage of the process. • Develop a flow scheme for a small scale cogeneration plant using solid biomass fuel from corn stover. • Research current equipment capacities and methods of heat transfer which could be used to implement a small scale cogeneration power plant. • Construct as economic analysis. • Deliver a final report that describes the overall energy yields, feasibility and economic analyses and possibly some recommendations for a large scale project.
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 Solid Fuel from Biomass for Cogeneration (Semester Unknown) IPRO 349: Solid Fuel From Biomass For Cogeneration IPRO 349 MidTerm Presentation F08
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 Ajigbo, Oluwafunso, Lee, Sangkyoung, Adekola, Ademola, Kim, Sung, Kang, Minsoo, Ogata, Ken, Lee, Sangkyoung, Chee, Grace, Rhodes, Tyler, Yeseul, Lee, Camp, Kelsey, Schombert, Branden, Adekola, Ademola
 Date
 2008, 200812
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The following are our objectives for the Fall 2008 semester: • Reevaluate and update the calculations done by the previous IPRO group for...
Show moreThe following are our objectives for the Fall 2008 semester: • Reevaluate and update the calculations done by the previous IPRO group for theoretical energy content at each stage of the process. • Develop a flow scheme for a small scale cogeneration plant using solid biomass fuel from corn stover. • Research current equipment capacities and methods of heat transfer which could be used to implement a small scale cogeneration power plant. • Construct as economic analysis. • Deliver a final report that describes the overall energy yields, feasibility and economic analyses and possibly some recommendations for a large scale project.
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 Solid Fuel from Biomass for Cogeneration (Semester Unknown) IPRO 349: Solid Fuel From Biomass For Cogeneration IPRO 349 Ethics F08
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 Ajigbo, Oluwafunso, Lee, Sangkyoung, Adekola, Ademola, Kim, Sung, Kang, Minsoo, Ogata, Ken, Lee, Sangkyoung, Chee, Grace, Rhodes, Tyler, Yeseul, Lee, Camp, Kelsey, Schombert, Branden, Adekola, Ademola
 Date
 2008, 200812
 Description

The following are our objectives for the Fall 2008 semester: • Reevaluate and update the calculations done by the previous IPRO group for...
Show moreThe following are our objectives for the Fall 2008 semester: • Reevaluate and update the calculations done by the previous IPRO group for theoretical energy content at each stage of the process. • Develop a flow scheme for a small scale cogeneration plant using solid biomass fuel from corn stover. • Research current equipment capacities and methods of heat transfer which could be used to implement a small scale cogeneration power plant. • Construct as economic analysis. • Deliver a final report that describes the overall energy yields, feasibility and economic analyses and possibly some recommendations for a large scale project.
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 Solid Fuel from Biomass for Cogeneration (Semester Unknown) IPRO 349: Solid Fuel From Biomass For Cogeneration IPRO 349 Poster2 F08
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 Ajigbo, Oluwafunso, Lee, Sangkyoung, Adekola, Ademola, Kim, Sung, Kang, Minsoo, Ogata, Ken, Lee, Sangkyoung, Chee, Grace, Rhodes, Tyler, Yeseul, Lee, Camp, Kelsey, Schombert, Branden, Adekola, Ademola
 Date
 2008, 200812
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The following are our objectives for the Fall 2008 semester: • Reevaluate and update the calculations done by the previous IPRO group for...
Show moreThe following are our objectives for the Fall 2008 semester: • Reevaluate and update the calculations done by the previous IPRO group for theoretical energy content at each stage of the process. • Develop a flow scheme for a small scale cogeneration plant using solid biomass fuel from corn stover. • Research current equipment capacities and methods of heat transfer which could be used to implement a small scale cogeneration power plant. • Construct as economic analysis. • Deliver a final report that describes the overall energy yields, feasibility and economic analyses and possibly some recommendations for a large scale project.
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 Solid Fuel from Biomass for Cogeneration (Semester Unknown) IPRO 349: Solid Fuel From Biomass For Cogeneration IPRO 349 Brochure1 F08
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 Ajigbo, Oluwafunso, Lee, Sangkyoung, Adekola, Ademola, Kim, Sung, Kang, Minsoo, Ogata, Ken, Lee, Sangkyoung, Chee, Grace, Rhodes, Tyler, Yeseul, Lee, Camp, Kelsey, Schombert, Branden, Adekola, Ademola
 Date
 2008, 200812
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The following are our objectives for the Fall 2008 semester: • Reevaluate and update the calculations done by the previous IPRO group for...
Show moreThe following are our objectives for the Fall 2008 semester: • Reevaluate and update the calculations done by the previous IPRO group for theoretical energy content at each stage of the process. • Develop a flow scheme for a small scale cogeneration plant using solid biomass fuel from corn stover. • Research current equipment capacities and methods of heat transfer which could be used to implement a small scale cogeneration power plant. • Construct as economic analysis. • Deliver a final report that describes the overall energy yields, feasibility and economic analyses and possibly some recommendations for a large scale project.
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 Solid Fuel from Biomass for Cogeneration (Semester Unknown) IPRO 349
 Creator
 Ajigbo, Oluwafunso, Lee, Sangkyoung, Adekola, Ademola, Kim, Sung, Kang, Minsoo, Ogata, Ken, Lee, Sangkyoung, Chee, Grace, Rhodes, Tyler, Yeseul, Lee, Camp, Kelsey, Schombert, Branden, Adekola, Ademola
 Date
 2008, 200812
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The following are our objectives for the Fall 2008 semester: • Reevaluate and update the calculations done by the previous IPRO group for...
Show moreThe following are our objectives for the Fall 2008 semester: • Reevaluate and update the calculations done by the previous IPRO group for theoretical energy content at each stage of the process. • Develop a flow scheme for a small scale cogeneration plant using solid biomass fuel from corn stover. • Research current equipment capacities and methods of heat transfer which could be used to implement a small scale cogeneration power plant. • Construct as economic analysis. • Deliver a final report that describes the overall energy yields, feasibility and economic analyses and possibly some recommendations for a large scale project.
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 Solid Fuel from Biomass for Cogeneration (Semester Unknown) IPRO 349: Solid Fuel From Biomass For Cogeneration IPRO 349 Final Presentation F08
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 Ajigbo, Oluwafunso, Lee, Sangkyoung, Adekola, Ademola, Kim, Sung, Kang, Minsoo, Ogata, Ken, Lee, Sangkyoung, Chee, Grace, Rhodes, Tyler, Yeseul, Lee, Camp, Kelsey, Schombert, Branden, Adekola, Ademola
 Date
 2008, 200812
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The following are our objectives for the Fall 2008 semester: • Reevaluate and update the calculations done by the previous IPRO group for...
Show moreThe following are our objectives for the Fall 2008 semester: • Reevaluate and update the calculations done by the previous IPRO group for theoretical energy content at each stage of the process. • Develop a flow scheme for a small scale cogeneration plant using solid biomass fuel from corn stover. • Research current equipment capacities and methods of heat transfer which could be used to implement a small scale cogeneration power plant. • Construct as economic analysis. • Deliver a final report that describes the overall energy yields, feasibility and economic analyses and possibly some recommendations for a large scale project.
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 A NEURAL NETWORK BASED MODEL FOR BIOMASS GASIFICATION IN FLUIDIZED BED
 Creator
 Dirbaz, Mohsen
 Date
 2020
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Biomass is a renewable energy resource and its utilization has received great attention due to its life cycle carbonneutrality and the...
Show moreBiomass is a renewable energy resource and its utilization has received great attention due to its life cycle carbonneutrality and the potential to substitute fossil fuel to produce a variety of energyrelated products. Thermochemical gasification is an important route for conversion of biomass that results in a product gas mainly consisting of H2, CO, CO2, CH4 and other light hydrocarbons that can be used as fuel gas to generate power, or as well as raw material to produce a variety of chemicals. Among the existing gasifiers, fluidized beds (FB) offer many advantages such as high conversion efficiency and great flexibility over types of feedstock.More than 200 data sets of biomass gasification in fluidized bed were collected featuring a wide range of operating condition and fuel types. An axiombased reasoning was used to develop a multiphase statistical pathway needed as a precondition to effectively quantify the entanglements of different important factors in the process.Specifically, by creating an interconnected chain of analysis based on trigonometric functions, geometric projections, and design of a statistical inference tool utilizing neural network units, multiple partial measures of associations between biomass constituents, and operating condition were effectively consolidated and embedded in a single characteristic matrix that consequently led to detection of monotonic relationships for prediction of carbon conversion efficiency and product gas yield. The black box model in comparison to three different models showed better accuracy in predicting four major components of product gas, over the largest applicable range of all the influential parameters of the process, namely, temperature, air equivalent ratio, steam to biomass ratio, and type of fuel. In part of our methodology, we introduce a novel technique for obtaining a dynamical property value for stationary objects, based on a “specific computational time” of an “abstract mechanical operation on characteristics matrices”. The specific computational time (sct) showed excellent capability in capturing the nonequilibrium factor of the process which itself was function of several interrelated variables.
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