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The Biogas from bio-energy electrical power plant of Nuevo Leon; Central electrica de biogas de bioenergia de Nuevo Leon

Abstract

The biogas from bio-energy electrical power plant of Nuevo Leon represents, in all the national territory, the first experience on the advantage of biogas emitted by the sanitary landfills for the generation of electrical energy. Therefore, one of the specific objectives of this paper is the one of diffusion and reproduction of the same one in other cities of Mexico and Latin America. The project is framed within the world-wide policies on the control of emissions for the reduction of the greenhouse effect gases (GEG) and its impact in the global climatic change. The gas emitted by the trash sanitary landfills, commonly known as biogas, is a gas mixture derived from the decomposition of the organic matter of the municipal trash by microorganisms in anaerobic conditions. Biogas generated in the sanitary landfills has a methane content of 55% and a 35% of carbon dioxide. The balance 10% is made up of water steam, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, hydrogen sulfur and other gases in minimum amounts. [Spanish] La Central Electrica de Biogas de Bioenergia de Nuevo Leon representa, en todo el territorio nacional, la primera experiencia sobre el aprovechamiento del biogas emitido por los rellenos sanitarios para la generacion de energia electrica.  More>>
Authors:
Arvizu F, Jose L; [1]  Saldana M, Jaime L [2] 
  1. Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas, Cuernavaca, Morelos (Mexico)
  2. Sistemas de Energia Internacional S.A. de C.V. (Mexico)
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 2005
Product Type:
Miscellaneous
Report Number:
ETDE-MX-0600002
Reference Number:
RN06086660; TVI: 0601
Subject:
09 BIOMASS FUELS; SANITARY LANDFILLS; BIOGAS PROCESS; POWER GENERATION; METHANE; GREENHOUSE EFFECT; CLIMATIC CHANGE; CARBON DIOXIDE; MEXICO
OSTI ID:
20730832
Country of Origin:
Mexico
Language:
Spanish
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: MX0600002
Availability:
Available in Boletin IIE (ISSN 0185-0059), v. 29(1), ene-mar 2005, p. 26-31. Also available at the Gerencia de Informacion Tecnologica of the Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas, Reforma 113, Col. Palmira, 62490 Cuernavaca, Mor., Mexico.; Commercial reproduction prohibited; OSTI as DE20730832
Submitting Site:
MX
Size:
[6] pages
Announcement Date:
Jun 09, 2006

Citation Formats

Arvizu F, Jose L, and Saldana M, Jaime L. The Biogas from bio-energy electrical power plant of Nuevo Leon; Central electrica de biogas de bioenergia de Nuevo Leon. Mexico: N. p., 2005. Web.
Arvizu F, Jose L, & Saldana M, Jaime L. The Biogas from bio-energy electrical power plant of Nuevo Leon; Central electrica de biogas de bioenergia de Nuevo Leon. Mexico.
Arvizu F, Jose L, and Saldana M, Jaime L. 2005. "The Biogas from bio-energy electrical power plant of Nuevo Leon; Central electrica de biogas de bioenergia de Nuevo Leon." Mexico.
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title = {The Biogas from bio-energy electrical power plant of Nuevo Leon; Central electrica de biogas de bioenergia de Nuevo Leon}
author = {Arvizu F, Jose L, and Saldana M, Jaime L}
abstractNote = {The biogas from bio-energy electrical power plant of Nuevo Leon represents, in all the national territory, the first experience on the advantage of biogas emitted by the sanitary landfills for the generation of electrical energy. Therefore, one of the specific objectives of this paper is the one of diffusion and reproduction of the same one in other cities of Mexico and Latin America. The project is framed within the world-wide policies on the control of emissions for the reduction of the greenhouse effect gases (GEG) and its impact in the global climatic change. The gas emitted by the trash sanitary landfills, commonly known as biogas, is a gas mixture derived from the decomposition of the organic matter of the municipal trash by microorganisms in anaerobic conditions. Biogas generated in the sanitary landfills has a methane content of 55% and a 35% of carbon dioxide. The balance 10% is made up of water steam, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, hydrogen sulfur and other gases in minimum amounts. [Spanish] La Central Electrica de Biogas de Bioenergia de Nuevo Leon representa, en todo el territorio nacional, la primera experiencia sobre el aprovechamiento del biogas emitido por los rellenos sanitarios para la generacion de energia electrica. Por esta razon, uno de los objetivos especificos de este trabajo es la de difusion y reproduccion del mismo en otras ciudades de Mexico y Latinoamerica. El proyecto esta enmarcado dentro de las politicas mundiales sobre el control de emisiones para la reduccion de los gases de efecto invernadero (GEI) y su impacto en el cambio climatico global. El gas emitido por la basura dispuesta en los rellenos sanitarios, comunmente conocido como biogas, es una mezcla de gases derivado de la descompensacion de la materia organica de la basura municipal por microorganismos en condiciones anaerobias. El biogas generado en los rellenos sanitarios tiene un contenido de metano del 55% y un 35% de bioxido de carbono. El 10% restante se compone de vapor de agua, hidrogeno, nitrogeno, oxigeno, acido sulfhidrico y otros gases en cantidades minimas.}
place = {Mexico}
year = {2005}
month = {Jul}
}