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Advanced Seminar of Specialization(H30-B-031)

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合同セミナー【H30-B-031】

Advanced Seminar of Specialization【H30-B-031】

「UTILIZATION OF RESIDUES FROM AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD INDUSTRIES FOR ENERGY」
 

博士後期課程在学生 各位

To Doctoral Course Students

博士後期課程の合同セミナーのお知らせです。合同セミナー番号は次のとおりです。

Information of an Advanced Seminar of Specialization of doctoral course students, a seminar number is as follows,

合同セミナー番号【H30-B-031】

なお、品川地区は、学務部教務課大学院係(講義棟1階)のカウンター、越中島地区は、1号館事務室の掲示板前、の合同セミナーのバインダーに、それぞれ綴っております。

There is a file of the Advanced Seminar of Specialization as follows,

Shinagawa Campus: Graduate School Section

Etchujima Campus: Front of the bulletin board of the Administration Division

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「UTILIZATION OF RESIDUES FROM AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD INDUSTRIES FOR ENERGY」

日時:2019年3月8日(金)10:00~11:30

Date & Time: March 8,2019,10:00~11:30

場所:品川キャンパス 2号館100B教室

Place: 100B Room, No.2 Building, Shinagawa Campus

Speaker: Prof. Armansyah H. Tambunan

Faculty of Agricultural Engineering and Technology, Institut Pertanian Bogor

Abstract:

The era of fossil energy is declining as the uncertainty of supply and environmental concern is intensifying. In this phase, utilization of alternative energy with friendliness to environment is inevitable. On the other hand, energy has been one of the most important infrastructures for economic development as well as for supporting living quality of human being. Food and beverage industry is one of the sectors, which depends heavily on energy availability for its advancement. It is there by the food industry by no means could avoid this shifting tendency of energy use, but has to adapt with it. Food and beverage industries produce an enormous amount of residues. Some part of it is valorized into other form of products. The residues has also the potency to become energy source through a certain available conversion technology according to its characteristics. Decision on whether to use the waste for energy or others requires technical and economic evaluation in order to obtain its maximum advantages. This presentation will discuss the potency of residues for utilization as energy and its value from exergetic point of view.

Evaluation on energy conversion technology is normally described in terms of "energy ratio", "energy balance" and "energy payback ratio". Those terms are an energy-based thermodynamic analysis, which has drawbacks since 1) it identifies only energy transfers to the environment as thermodynamic inefficiencies, 2) fails to identify any inefficiencies in an adiabatic process, and 3) misleads the engineer by considering the heat rejection to the environment dictated by the second-law of thermodynamics as an inefficiency. These can be overcome by exergy concept. Exergy, also known as availability or work potential, is the maximum useful work that can be obtained from a system at a given state in a given environment. Since exergy represents the commodity of real thermodynamic value, therefore, exergy is the only rational basis for assigning monetary values (exergy costing principle) to the product. Integration of exergy analysis with economic analysis, called as exergonomic analysis, can be used to evaluate the allocation of cost (or environmental impact) to the different products if more than one product is generated. The exergonomic analysis can be used to distinguish between avoidable and unavoidable exergy destruction and investment. Example on exergonomic value of residues from palm oil industry will be discussed.

※添付ファイルを参照してください。

 Please see the attached file.

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担当教員:

柴田 真理朗(食品生産科学部門 助教)

連絡先:

Email: mshiba0@kaiyodai.ac.jp

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