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CLOSE THIS BOOKEngines for Biogas (GTZ, 1988, 133 p.)
VIEW THE DOCUMENT(introduction...)
VIEW THE DOCUMENTCopyright
VIEW THE DOCUMENTPreface
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. Scope of this publication
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2. Review of existing literature
3. Essential theory on internal combustion engines
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.1 Some Basic Definitions and Relations
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.2. Variable Process Parameters
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.3 Relevant Engine Types
4. Biogas and its Properties as a Fuel for Internal Combustion Engines
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1 What is Biogas?
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2 Energy Content of Biogas
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.3 Biogas Consumed as a Fuel
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.4 The Technical Parameters of Biogas/Methane
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.5 Desulphurization and Filtering of Biogas
5. The Gas Diesel Engine
VIEW THE DOCUMENT(introduction...)
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.1 The Dual Fuel Engine
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.2 Modification into a Dual Fuel Engine
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.3 Control in Dual Fuel Mode
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.4 Performance, Operational Parameters
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.5 Modification of a Diesel Engine into a Gas Otto Engine
6. The Gas Otto Engine
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.1 Necessary Modification
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.2 Performance and Operational Parameters
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.3 Design of Mixing Devices
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.4 Change of Compression Ratio
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.5 Manufacture and Installation
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.6 Control
7. Planning a biogas engine system
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7.1 The biogas engine as a module integrated into an energy system
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7.2 Economic and Operational Considerations
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7.3 Adaptation of plant, engine and driven machine
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7.4 Engine and machine, two common examples
8. Utilization of the engine's ''Waste'' heat
VIEW THE DOCUMENT(introduction...)
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.1 Theoretical aspects
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.2 Technical aspects
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9. Biogas for vehicles
10. Overview of Commercially Available Systems
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.1 Engines
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.2 Engine modification kits, other accessories
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.3 Other equipment
VIEW THE DOCUMENTLiterature
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAppendix I
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAppendix II
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAppendix III
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAppendix IV
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAppendix V
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