Performance Analysis of Integrated Bio-Catalyst Microbial Fuel Cell with Different Asian Weather Conditions
- 1. Assistant Professor, JSPM's Bhivarabai Sawant Institute of Technology and Research, Wagholi, Pune, India
- 2. Principal, D. A. College of Engineering, Karad Satara. India
- 1. Publisher
As the future energy generation, renewable energy as a cleaner energy is more targeted area of research. Microbial fuel cell (MFC) in hybrid energy sources, one can use wind, solar and MFC with its capability to use bio-catalytic and microorganisms to generate an electrical current. This research focuses on the impact of temperature on generation of energy for Maharashtra regions. The proposed framework presents the study about MFC bio-catalysts and its ability to produce electrical power. The proposed MFC model generates an optimum current by making use of bio-waste as the single electron donor. This paper presents impact of different weather temperatures on the power generation by proposed model.
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- Journal article: 2278-3075 (ISSN)
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