Sources of Energy
- Biomass refers to those living and non living organic materials that can be used as sources of energy in the form of fuel.
- Some examples of biomass fuels are wood, crops, and organic garbage.
- Boimass fuel is a renewable source of energy.
- Gas made from the anaerobic digestion of agricultural and animal waste is called biogas.
- Biodegradation is the process of biological degradation of organic matter by bacteria and fungi.
- A good fuel/source of energy
- That would do a large amount of work per unit volume or mass
- Easily accessible
- Easy to store and transport
- Factors to be considered for choosing fuel
- How much heat it produces
- Less smoke generation
- Easy availability
- Calorific value is defined as the amount of heat energy obtained by burning one gram of a substance. …
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