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Power Efficiency Guide

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International Atomic Energy Agency

The Isotope Hydrology Section of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) (Vienna website www.iaea.org) develops activities on isotopes and related geochemistry in the water cycle. It does so by conducting research, training and workshops, and by supplying isotope laboratory services to those interested in the application of isotope techniques. Major ongoing projects of the section regarding groundwater are

Sustainable Planning for Multiple Use Rural Areas

Traditionally, both land-use planning and the planning of the rural road network focused on economic and social impacts. The accessibility of the rural area used to be the first consideration. Consequently, existing unpaved roads were paved and existing paved roads were widened or even reconstructed. Furthermore, new paved roads were constructed. In practice, many minor roads were constructed to such a high technical standard that they competed with major roads. This is a follow traffic approach, which is based on road links, not on the whole network. In most industrialized countries, this policy was abandoned during the 1970s. Mainly because of lack of financing, (re)construction of the network of LTRs came to a standstill. In 1986, the OECD 2 established a policy, primarily designed to conserve the network of high-quality major roads. According to the OECD 2 , the minor road network had become somewhat run down and a sizeable effort in terms of investment and energy would be needed...

Energy Irrigation Nexus

Are electric and around 8-9 million are powered by diesel engines (NSSO, 1999). If we assume that an average electric tube well (with pumping efficiency of say 25 ) lifts water to an average head of 30 m, the total electricity equivalent of energy used in these countries for lifting 210 km3 of groundwater is around 69.6 billion kilowatt-hour per year.1 At an alternative cost of Rs 2.5 ( 0.05) kWh, supplying this energy costs the region's energy industry Rs 174 ( 3.78) billion2 the market value of the irrigation produced is around Rs 450-55 03 ( 9.8-12) billion and its contribution to agricultural output is Rs 1350-1650 ( 29.3-35.9) billion.4 In these emerging low-income economies, pump irrigation is a serious business with economy-wide impacts, positive and negative.

Agricultural Biotechnology

Industries have also shown a keen interest in the options of biotechnology and are participating in field trials and pilot-level production. Two successful tissue culture pilot plants in the country, one at Tata Energy Research Institute in New Delhi and the other at National Chemical Laboratory in Pune, are now functioning as micropropagation technology parks. This has given new direction to the plant tissue culture industry. The micropropagation parks serve as a platform for effective transfer of technology to entrepreneurs, including training and the demonstration of technology for mass multiplication of horticultural crops and trees. Considerable progress has been made with cardamom and vanilla, both important crops. Cardamom yield has increased 40 percent using tissue-cultured plants.

Artificial reefs in the marine environment

Several projects around the world have taken advantage of this function of oil rigs, including the Louisiana Artificial Reef Programme, established in 1986 to take advantage of the obsolete oil and gas platforms which had been shown to be important habitats for the region's fish populations. It was recognised that to remove the platforms once decommissioned would be to remove potentially valuable habitat from the environment, despite regulations that platforms be removed a year after the end of production (Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, 2005). Since the installation of the first platform in the region in 1947, it was noted that fishermen of Louisiana and neighbouring states had recognised the value of the surrounding waters as fishing grounds, with the structures being the destination of over 75 of recreational fishing trips departing from Louisiana (Wilson et al., 1987). When it became apparent that the majority of the rigs would be removed on decommissioning, the...

Injuries from Electromagnetic Energy

Injury occurs when body tissues are subjected to levels of energy outside the normal tolerance bands. Excessive energy damages tissues, potentially beyond repair, and disrupts normal physiologic functioning. Injury may also occur when inadequate energy is available, such as extreme cold leading to frostbite injury, or disruption of normal cellular energy systems such as asphyxiation. Energy may be in the form of mechanical energy (e.g., moving parts of machinery), chemical energy (e.g., caustic substances), heat, potential energy (e.g., working at heights with a fall, the potential energy is converted into mechanical energy as the subject strikes the ground), and electromagnetic energy (e.g., electricity, radiation). The agricultural work environment contains many sources of energy, and agriculture is widely recognized as one of the most hazardous industries in the United States (1-4).

Membrane Processes for Advanced Wastewater Treatment

Wastewater Purification

As described in Chapter 3, pervaporation is an energy-efficient technology that has been used commercially for alcohol dehydration, VOC removal from contaminated water, and hydrocarbon separations. The driving force of pervaporation processes is the chemical potential difference across the membrane between the feed and permeate the performance of pervaporation is not restricted by vapor-liquid equilibrium like distillation (Dutta et al., 1996). Recently, it has been shown to be a valuable tool for value-added wastewater treatment through flavor and aroma recovery from food processing by-products (e.g., Karlsson and Tragardh, 1996 Peng and Liu, 2003c). The application of pervaporation in VOC removal has also been intensively researched (e.g., Jiang et al., 1997 Hitchens et al., 2001 Vane et al., 1999, 2001a Peng and Liu, 2003a, 2003b Liu and Peng 2006). These VOC removal research programs have led to several successful field demonstrations (e.g., Alvarez et al., 2001 Vane et al.,...

Wmdfell Farm An Experiment In Intermediate Agriculture

Experimental Machinery Seats

The system is neither capital-intensive nor labor-intensive, using both in an appropriate balance to maximize labor efficiency, provide a human scale in the process, and maintain as much as possible a diversity of tasks for workers. At the small end of the scale, the operation can be run by a family with seasonal help at harvest. At the other end, a sizeable outside payroll would be required. The Talbotts* system is ecologically sound, energy-efficient, uses the land intensively, adapts to highly diversified cropping, and they believe, is demonstrably profitable. Transplanting, as opposed to direct field seeding, is the key to Jetspeed.

Energy Production from Agricultural Waste

Poletory Diagram Schedule

Flow diagram of poultry litter fuelled power plant (Source Staff report, Modern Power System, 2000). Figure 2. Flow diagram of poultry litter fuelled power plant (Source Staff report, Modern Power System, 2000). In the UK, poultry litter has been used for large-scale off-site electricity generation and on-farm space heating of broiler houses using two separate stages-gasification and combustion (Dagnell 1992). Figure 2 shows a flow diagram of poultry litter fuelled power plant. The size of poultry litter production in many countries worldwide indicates a sustained and increasing trend. For example, in the UK, the poultry farming industry produces nearly 1.5 million tons of litter annually per year (Fibrowatt). If land-application of litter is not a viable option due to the potential contamination of aquatic bodies through the run-off of nutrients associated with litter, an alternative mean of disposal is the production of energy, as has been demonstrated in the USA. Many...

Mobile Raingun Systems

Mobile raingun systems (also called traveling sprinklers or travelers) use a large rotary sprinkler operating at high pressure. The term raingun is used because of the large size of sprinkler used and its ability to throw large quantities of water over wide areas. They have become popular because of their relatively low capital cost and low labor requirements. They are well adapted to supplemental irrigation. Because of the high pressure requirements, they have high energy costs.

National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology

The short-term project aims to improve the processing efficiency of starch production, in particular to minimize water and energy consumption. Wastewater discharge varies from 13 to 50 cubic meters ton (m3 t) of starch produced, with an average of 20 m3. A benchmark on water use is a priority for the Thai starch industry. Biotechnology can play an important role in waste utilization. Solid waste (after starch extraction) still contains 50 percent starch (dry weight) and has been used as animal feed. Tapioca, however, is not suitable for the production of feed requiring high protein content. Attempts have been made for protein enrichment using various microorganisms such as As-pergillus and Rhizopus. Nevertheless, the economic feasibility is still in doubt and further technological development is needed. In contrast, turning wastewater into energy through high-rate anaerobic digestion is promising. Though the technology is proven, an adaptation to such high-strength wastewater and low...

Important Microorganisms in Wastewater Bacteria and fungi

Organic matters in wastewater are not directly oxidized to CO2 and H2O because there is no energy conservation mechanism accommodating the release of large amounts of energy resulting from oxidations with CO2 and H2O as the end products. Rather, they are oxidized in small steps. This typically involves transfer of an electron from the substrate being oxidized to some acceptor molecule that will be reduced as a result. The major electron acceptors (sometimes also called hydrogen acceptors due to the fact that for every electron removal there is a simultaneous loss of proton and the net result is loss of a hydrogen atom) in microbial cells are two carrier

Making Metered Tariff Regime Work

(WEM) owners in Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh to understand their WEM pumping behaviour. They noted that in Punjab and Haryana, an average electric WEM owner would spend Rs 2529.65 ( 54.99) and Rs 6805.42 ( 147.94) year less on their total power bill if they accepted metering at prevailing rates of Rs 0.50 ( 1) kWh and Rs 0.65 ( 1.4) kWh, respectively, and yet would not accept metering. In effect, this is the price they are willing to pay to avoid the hassle and costs of metering.8

Agriculture and Allied Areas

We have achieved the cloning and sequencing of at least six genes, developed regeneration protocols for citrus, coffee and mangrove species and new types of biofertilizer and biopesticide formulations, including mycorrhizal fertilizers. Research to develop transgenic plants for brassicas, mung bean, cotton and potato is well advanced. Industries have shown a keen interest in the applications of biotechnology, including field trials, and have set up production facilities for biopesticides, biofertilizers and tissue-culture plants. The success of the tissue-culture pilot plants in the country, at Tata Energy Research Institute in New Delhi and the National Chemical Laboratory in Pune, are now functioning as Micropropagation Technology Parks. This has given a new direction to the plant tissue-culture industry. The micropropagation parks serve as a platform for the effective transfer of technology to entrepreneurs, including training and the demonstration of technology for mass...

Case study comparison of PSD of a wind farm with respect to one of its turbines during 12 minutes

If the turbines behave independently from each other and they are similar, then the PSD of the wind farm is the PSD of one turbine times the number of turbines in the farm and times a power efficiency factor. To test this hypothesis, the farm PSD is shown in solid black and the turbine PSD times 18 is in dashed green in Fig. 13, with good agreement.

Potential Applications of Industrial Commodities Derived from Sludge Treatment

Other unconventional uses of sludge products have also been vigorously explored around the world. This phenomenon is more prominent outside the United States of America where land available for sludge disposal is limited, and ocean disposal of sludges are banned in European Union nations. Many proposals of potential uses of sludge products have been put forth, and some of them have been tried in laboratory or in commercial-scale operations. For example, dewatered treated sludges have been used successfully for manufacturing building materials, such as concrete and bituminous mixes, and also as a road subsoil additive utilizing chemical fixation processes (Aziz and Koe, 1990). The chemical fixation process involves combining treated sludge with stabilizing agents, such as cement, sodium silicate, pozzolan (fine-grained silicate), or lime, to chemically react with or encapsulate sludge particles (Metcalf and Eddy, Inc., 1991). The process produces a product with high pH that...

Drought Mitigation

Crop and livestock producers can take numerous actions to reduce the potential impact of drought on their productive capacity. The most obvious of these actions is the introduction of irrigation to provide supplemental water to crops and pastures during drought periods. But irrigation also increases the costs of production through an increase in resource input costs (i.e., energy costs for water applications), and therefore irrigation may not lead to an increase in profit margin. Other mitigation actions that can be used by agricultural producers are the application of climate forecasts and other climate-based information to planting decisions, especially in the preplanting period, leading to changes in crop type variety, planting date, fertilization practices, and cultivation practices. Livestock producers may also alter the size of herds and grazing plans to reflect shortages in forage and market prices. Increased on-farm storage of forage is an appropriate mitigation strategy to...

Groundwater pricing

Even here innovative ways need to be sought. While energy pricing is seen by many politicians as an effective means to subsidize rural producers - and therefore a number of countries even apply zero tariffs (e.g. the states of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh in India reverted to zero tariffs after the elections in May 2004 (Bhatia, 2005)) - the detrimental effect on groundwater aquifers needs to be taken into account.6 The well-intentioned 'pro-poor' policy may eventually turn into an 'anti-poor' policy when the aquifers become overex-ploited and only the rich can afford to continue pumping. That is why other types of subsidies should be contemplated. An option could, for instance, be lump sum payments to small farmers that would permit them either to pay the full electricity bill or to reduce their pumping, pay a lower bill and use the 'gain' for something else. In this way the energy tariff would not distort the true price of groundwater, and at the same time not hurt the poor (World...

Political commitment

NAFDAC began monitoring agricultural commodities for the aflatoxins in 1998 when the presence of aflatoxins was detected in a routine screen of Chinese green tea. This discovery provided the impetus to consider a dedicated laboratory for the analysis and monitoring of mycotoxins in foods for local consumption. In December 2000, NAFDAC secured a technical cooperation project with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on Regulatory Control and Monitoring of Contaminants and Residues in Fresh Produce . The project's objective was to increase the safety and quality of foods, to provide up-to-date information on methods of regulatory control and to build capacity and develop procedures for mycotoxin control testing. This project essentially led to the establishment of the Myco-toxin Laboratory, which now also monitors food products meant for export.


The objective of pulping is to extract cellulose fibers from plant material, generally hard or soft wood trees. Mechanical and chemical pulping are usually employed for this process. However, a biological approach involving white rot fungi could replace environmentally unfriendly chemicals (e.g., chlorine) save on mechanical pulping energy costs and improve the quality of pulp and the properties of paper (Breen and Singleton 1999). The ligninolytic enzymes of white rot fungi selectively remove or alter lignin and allow cellulose fibers to be obtained. Recent data suggest that biopulping has the potential to be an environmentally and economically feasible alternative to current pulping methods (Akhtar et al. 2000 Scott et al. 1998).

System Selection

The first decision that an irrigation designer must make is the selection of the irrigation method. This choice depends on both physical and socioeconomic factors, including the cost, availability, and quality of the water supply the soil type the field topography and geometry the crop type and value the labor cost and availability, material costs, energy costs and the practicability and availability of the various technologies 140 . Table 5.14 gives a brief summary of how these factors affect selection of the irrigation system. The listed characteristics are not strict guidelines. Economics and innovative design often can supersede physical limitations.


The development of a sustainable bioenergy industry should rely on an environmentally sound use of resources within the framework of a coherent and sustainable energy policy. In order to foster development of the bioenergy industry, policies will likely need to be in place providing buffers from short- to medium-term drops in the price of fossil fuels that could jeopardize the long term viability of the new industry.


Punching Transplanter

Many crops are traditionally planted as small plants rather than from seed, either to extend the growing season by starting plants indoors, to avoid thinning, or to get more crops planted in one year. The Japanese have developed perhaps dte most energy-efficient transplanting mechanism, which they use largely for rice and tobacco. It is a two-wheel tractor with an automatic steering mechanism which guides the tractor while one man feeds plants into the transplanting mechanism.

Stabilization Ponds

Sewage Treatment Tile Field Depth Design

One of the ancient wastewater treatment technologies, the stabilization pond (also referred to as a lagoon), has been used continuously as a method of sewage disposal. In some cases, these ponds were also utilized for aquaculture. Stabilization ponds are used for both municipal waste-water treatment and industrial wastewater treatment, particularly for wastewaters from small communities and seasonal industrial wastewaters as well as less affluent communities throughout the world (Fig. 6.1). Although stabilization ponds can be used in most regions of human habitation, their performances in treating wastes are at best in warm climates with adequate sunlight. The current interest in waste stabilization ponds (WSPs) is a result of the accidental discovery of their capabilities when WSPs were used initially as simple sedimentation basins or emergence holding ponds at wastewater treatment plants. A WSP is a relatively shallow body of wastewater contained in an earthen man-made basin into...

A Landscape elements

Manipulation of landscape elements, such as structures, landform, water, and vegetation, can improve the operation of an existing AWMS or help to integrate a new AWMS into the farmstead. Each farm can be viewed as a series of spaces used for different operations linked together by roads or paths. The arrangement of structures, landform, water, and vegetation within this system affects aesthetic quality, operational efficiency, energy consumption, runoff, and specific functions on the site. Manipulation of these elements can establish desirable views, buffer noise, determine circulation of animals and equipment, manage odor, modify air temperature, affect snow or windblown soil deposition, and optimize use of available space. In addition, proper placement can help reduce health and safety hazards and enhance quality of life values.

Opportunities BIOTEC

The tapioca starch industry is one of the largest in Thailand. In 1998, tapioca starch was worth about US 120 million. About 40 of starch was used domestically for the production of modified starch, sweetener and monosodium glutamate. Most of the remaining 60 was exported. Efficient production, low production costs and the development of value-added products are vital to the starch industry and the farming sector (total of 1.3 million ha planted in cassava). The programme on starch and cassava products was established to provide support and funding for R & D. The programme is funded jointly by BIOTEC and TTDI to carry out R & D in three core activities. The short-term project aims to improve the processing efficiency of starch production, in particular to minimize water and energy consumption. This will reduce water use and costs and also reduce waste-water treatment. Waste-water discharge varies from 13 to 50 m3 t-1 of starch produced, with an average of 20m3. A benchmark on water...

General Aspects

Some systems do not clearly fit into these three categories. For example, subirrigation uses gravity to distribute water below the soil surface it is uncommon and is not discussed here. Low-energy precision application (LEPA) systems use center-pivot machines to spray or dribble water onto small areas. They are discussed with sprinkler systems. Overhead or undertree impact sprinklers on fruit trees are considered sprinkler systems, whereas undertree sprays are considered microsprays.

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