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Incineration of dead animals and confiscated goods on a farm and farm heating
PP 'NIGAL', Novi Sad
Keywords: farm heating; biomass; warm-water boiler; animal incineration; ecology
Abstract
Treated in this paper is a biomass-heated warm-water boiler and a combustion chamber adapted for incineration of confiscated goods and dead animals. Burning fuels are wheat or soy straw and liquid gas. Required straw quantities have been determined, as well as methods of collection, transport storage and supply into the combustion chamber of the boiler. Prerequisites for design and construction of the biomass boiler room have also been given. Technical description of the boiler with the boiler schematic diagram are presented. Ecological impact of incineration of dead animals and confiscated goods has been discussed from the viewpoint of EU regulations. Clear conclusions are presented in the final part.
References
Brkić, M., Janić, T. (2001/2002) Korišćenje biomase u toplotne svrhe kao najjevtinijeg energenta. Savremeni farmer, Novi Sad, 2, 8, str. 36; 3, 9, str. 35-36
Galić, S. (2003) Tehničko-tehnološka dokumentacija izgradnje kotlovnice na biomasu na Farmi svinja Veliki Radinci, termičke snage 750 kW, za grejanje farme, spaljivanje uginulih životinja i konfiskata. Novi Sad: Nigal
 

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article language: Serbian
document type: Professional Paper
published in SCIndeks: 02/06/2007

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