Design Prototype of Bio-filter to Treatment of Carbon Dioxide Gas Exhausts

Authors

  • Suliman, A.E

  • G.E.M. Nasr

  • M.A. Baiomy

  • H.M. Ahmed

Keywords:

air purifier, air pollution, carbon capture, direct air capture

Abstract

The research aims to design and fabricate prototype of a bio-filter which used to process the emissions of CO and Co 2 That are mainly generated from the combustion of coal oil and natural gas These are main energy resources in our daily life which used in different food activities as food factories and charcoal grills The prototype consists of cylinder steel with two covers two tubes welded on the outer face of each cover and candle of filter Candl was consisting of two circle walls and the space between two walls was 2cm In the experiments were conducted on four cases from bio materials as follows - 1- grinded ficus green leaves 2- grinded green leaves after drying 3- dry sawdust 4-Wet sawdust Measurements were done at five times after 2 4 6 8 and 10 min from starting experiments The moisture contents was measured to the agricultural residues bio-materials before and after experiments Chemical analysis was done on the bio-material to measure the Co Co 2 befor and after experiments Also Co Co 2 were measured in the air befor input prototype and after output The results with bio filter were - with green leaves Co 2 ratio decreased to 18 Co decreased to 2 And absorb of C ratio by green leaves was 4 5

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Suliman, A.E, G.E.M. Nasr, M.A. Baiomy, & H.M. Ahmed. (1970). Design Prototype of Bio-filter to Treatment of Carbon Dioxide Gas Exhausts. Global Journal of Science Frontier Research, 22(4), 1–7. Retrieved from https://journalofscience.org/index.php/GJSFR/article/view/101934

Design Prototype of Bio-filter to Treatment of Carbon Dioxide Gas Exhausts

Published

1970-01-01