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Meeting 2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Energy Technologies
Presentation Title Energy Recovery of Livestock Waste in Taiwan
Author(s) Esher Hsu, Chen-Ming Kuo
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Esher Hsu
Abstract Scope Energy recovery of livestock waste can not only reduce waste pollution but also generate renewable energy and further create economic benefits. Currently, most of livestock waste in Taiwan is treated as waste without efficiently recycled. This paper aims to explore and evaluate the energy recovery of livestock waste in Taiwan and further provide policy suggestions. Study results show that small farming scale of livestock industry in Taiwan leads to a lower efficiency of biogas energy recovery. Besides, the environment with relative low price of electricity and high invest cost for power generation plant is hard to provide incentive for implementation of energy recovery which has further caused difficulty on policy promotion for renewable energy recovery of livestock waste in Taiwan. Policy reform with increasing feed-in tariffs and differentiated feed-in tariffs for biogas power is suggested to stimulate energy recycling of livestock waste in Taiwan.
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D-22: AC Analysis of Impedancemetric, Electrochemical NOx Sensors for Emission Control
D-23: Effect of Granularity on Pretreatment of Coke with Microwave Irradiation
D-24: Effect of Microwave and Ultrasonic Coupling Treatment on Granularity and Microstructure of Pulverized Coal
D-25: Influence of Sodium on Coke Microstructure in Different Reaction Atmosphere
D-26: The Energy Efficiency Studies Of Aluminium Electrolysis Cells
Development of a Fluidized-Bed Ash Agglomeration Modeling Methodology to Include Particle-Level Heterogeneities in Ash Chemistry and Granular Physics
Disordered 3D Multi-layer Graphene Anode Material from CO2 for Sodium-Ion Batteries
Energy Recovery of Livestock Waste in Taiwan
Energy Savings through Thermally-efficient Crucible Technology: Fundamentals, Process Modeling, and Applications
Experimental Study on Electro-spraying of Ethanol Based on PDA Measurement
Graphene-like Ultrathin 2D Metal Oxide Nanosheets for Sustainable Applications
High-efficiency Natural-gas Generators for Residential Combined Heat and Power
High Efficiency Thermoelectric Materials (skutterudites, half Heusler alloys and clathrates) and Their Mechanical Properties
In-situ Microscopic Study of Morphology Changes in Natural Hematite and Cu-spinel Particles during Cyclic Redox Gas Exposures for Chemical Looping Applications
Interrogating Nanoscale Defects to Enable Cost-Effective Solar Energy Conversion
Large Scale Energy Storage through Heat Balance Shifts at Aluminium Smelters
Leaching of Sb from TROF Furnace Doré Slag
Life Cycle Assessments of Incineration Treatment for Sharp Medical Waste
Modeling Anthropogenic Heat Flux in Climate Models
National Laboratory-led Collaborations for Accelerating Hydrogen Storage Materials Development
Potential CO2 Emission Reduction and H2 Production Using Industrial Slag Wastes Originating from Different Industrial Sectors
Power Generation Using Combined In-situ Combustion with CO2 Separation and Sequestration
The Thermodynamics of Slag Forming Inorganic Phases in Biomass Combustion Processes
Thermal Transport in High ZT Bulk Silicon Thermoelectric Materials
Thermodynamic Stability of Condensed Phases in the Ternary System CaO-Cu-O by the EMF Method
Transforming the Way Electricity is Consumed during the Aluminium Smelting Process
Valuable Metals and Energy Recovery from Electronic Waste Streams
{Ti,Zr}NiSn - based High ZT Spinodal Thermoelectrics

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