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Environmental Technology (Envirotech) or green technologies (Green Tech) or clean technologies (cleantech) is the exploitation of environmental science to preserve our natural environment and resources, and minimize the negative impacts of human activity. Environmental Technologies is focused on sustainable development.
Gasification is an example of green technology. It is a combination of techniques, designed to deliver the energy of various organic substances. Gasification is a process that breaks the carbon materials such as coal, oil, biofuels, biomass, or turn them into carbon monoxide and hydrogen using extremely high temperatures and controlled oxygen to steam Andor raw, such as building waste, or compost. The gas mixture is produced from gasification is called synthesis gas. The synthesis gas is itself a kind of fuel. And ‘composed mainly of hydrogen monoxide, carbon dioxide and carbon and less than half the energy density of natural gas.
The new form of gasification is the revolutionary technology of the Biosphere, which was created and developed by the renowned author of several original contributions in the scientific literature, Dr. Chris McCormack. Dr. McCormack is also president and CEO of Global Environmental Energy Corporation (GEECF). Biosphere technology led to the loss of ignition of solid waste and converts it into a fuel that generates steam from extreme heat, which in turn produces electricity green. What makes the process of the biosphere is unique because it is done in a controlled environment with limited oxygen to reduce most emissions from the atmosphere. The biosphere is the room where the process begins biosphere. This is where solid waste is placed and subjected to thermal processing to convert them into synthesis gas. The synthesis gas is then transferred to a gassteam turbine combined cycle from which electricity is generated.
Biosphere MK-V is the materialization of the Biosphere process as a means of green energy, while at the same time to enforce the safe disposal of energy.
By-products of the technology of the biosphere
1. Ash pozzolanic
Pozzolanic Ash is highly resistant to corrosion, making the front of stainless steel materials designed for underwater use. Pozzolan high alkalinity makes it also particularly resistant to corrosion common types of sulfate. Fully cured pozzolanic Ash is also very resistant to water absorption and spalling.
2. High-alloy steel wire
Haswa alloy wire is a reminiscent of its origin, cold forged as the return of the form of pre-heat distortion. This material is lightweight, solid-state alternative to conventional actuators such as hydraulic, pneumatic and motor systems. The shape memory alloys have applications in industries such as medical and aerospace.
3. Carbon Black
The most common use of carbon black is in the form of tincture and the phase of building automobile tires. Carbon black is also very helpful in absorbing heat away from the tread and the belt of the tire, reducing thermal damage and increasing tire life. Carbon black particles are also used as components in the radar of many absorbent materials and the copier and laser printer toner.
Electricity is an extremely flexible form of energy, and was adapted to a large and growing number of applications. Although electrification brought with it its own dangers, replacing the flames of gas lighting greatly reduces the risk of fire in homes and factories. Public services have been established in many cities targeting the growing market for electric lighting.Tags: chris mccormack, density of natural gas, gas mixture, global environmental energy, synthesis gas