Dr TLUD (Paul S. Anderson) would like to share recent documents about rice husk gasifier technology and its application from Alexis T. Belonio (Professor and Engineer) of the Center for Rice Husk Energy Technology (CRHET).
The first four documents describe stove developments through CRHET’s collaboration with fabrication shops. These stoves provide rural households and small cottage industries new options for clean cooking using agricultural wastes, like rice husks, as fuel.
- Batch Type Rice Husk Gasifier Stove, Model RHGS-12D
(Document URL: http://drtlud.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/rhgs1.pdf )
- Continuous Type Rice Husk Gasifier Stoves, Models 10D, 12D, and 14D
(Document URL: http://drtlud.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/rhgs2.pdf )
- Firefly (BMG-1040SS), Quickfire (BMG-1050SS), and Wildfire (BMG-1060SS) Biomass Gasifier Stoves
(Document URL: http://drtlud.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/rhgs3.pdf )
- A Two-Burner, Continuous-Type Rice Husk Gas Stove (CFRHGS Model 16D-2B)
(Document URL: http://drtlud.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/rhgs4.pdf )
- Small-Scale Rice Husk Gasifier Plant for Community Street Lighting
(Document URL: http://drtlud.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/rhgs5.pdf )
The fifth document describes a rice husk gasifier plant which produces enough electricity for community street lighting. This plant was developed by Suki Trading Corporation in Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu, Philippines in collaboration with Kanvar Enterprises and the Center for Rice Husk Energy Technology (CRHET).