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KMUTT Annual Research Abstracts 2005 Woranuch Jangsawang, Bundit Fungtammasan, Somrat Kerdsuwan Energy Conversion and Management, Vol. 46, No. 20, December 2005, pp. 3137-3149 Experiments have been performed to investigate the effects of primary chamber preheating temperature and batch size of the waste feed on the combustion of medical waste in a two chamber controlled air incinerator of 50 kg/h nominal capacity. The primary purpose is to determine qualitatively the functional relationships between the key incinerator performance indicators and the above two parameters so that optimum preheating conditions of a pilot incinerator, which has been in trial use at a hospital, may be defined. Three batch sizes were used, namely: 5, 7.5 and 10 kg, with the primary chamber preheating temperature varied from 500 to 800 o C at 100 o C intervals for each batch. The secondary chamber temperature control was set at 900 o C. The results showed that increasing the waste charging temperature and the weight of charge tend to accelerate the rate of volatile gas release, causing a “bottleneck effect” in the secondary chamber and, hence, a negative effect on the overall performance of the incinerator, as reflected in the residual unburned CO in the gases leaving the chamber. Higher charging rates could have been achieved by increasing the combustion air supplied to the chambers. Using CO measurement as a criterion for good combustion makes it possible to determine the optimum incinerator temperature control settings and operating conditions, as well as to assure continuous, efficient, environmentally satisfactory operation. The optimum operating condition for the range of experiments tested appears to be a batch size of 5 kg and a primary chamber preheating temperature in the vicinity of 700 o C. IJ-101 EFFECT OF SECONDARY AIR SUPPLY RATE ON THE COMBUSTION OF VOLATILE GAS IN A CONTROLLED-AIR INCINERATOR Woranuch Jangsawang, Pumyos Vallikul, Bundit Fungtammasan, Somrat Kerdsuwan International Journal of Energy Research, Vol. 29, No. 6, 2005, pp. 549-556 Experiments have been carried out to study the effect of secondary air supply rate on the combustion of volatile gas in a controlled-air incinerator. The secondary air supply was varied at flow rates of 0.56, 1.026, 1.73 Nm 3 /min. The waste in this study was categorized into three types: namely those containing low, medium and high combustible matter. The significant results of the experimental investigation shown that increasing secondary air supply rate reduces the chamber temperature in both chambers and strong effect on CO reduction for waste with high combustible content. NO formation increases slightly as secondary air supply increases and SO 2 formation depends on the sulfur content in the waste and insensitive to secondary air for the range of flow rate tested. 37 IJ-102 MITIGATION OF METHANE AND NITROUS OXIDE EMISSION FROM DRAINED IRRIGATED RICE FIELDS Sirintornthep Towprayoon, Kruamas Smakgahn, Saipin Poonkaew Chemosphere, Vol. 59, No. 11, June 2005, pp. 1547-1556 One of the important cultural practices that affect methane and nitrous oxide emissions from tropical rice plantations is the water drainage system. While drainage can reduce methane emissions, it can also increase nitrous oxide emissions, as well as reduce yields. In this experiment, four different water drainage systems were compared in a rice field in central Thailand including: (1) continuous flooding, (2) mid-season drainage, (3) multiple drainage and (4) a local method (drainage was done according to local cultural practice) in order to find a system of drainage that would optimize yields while simultaneously limiting methane and nitrous oxide emissions. Methane and nitrous oxide emission were observed and compared with rice yield and physical changes of rice plants. It was found that drainage during the flowering period could reduce methane emission. Interestingly, nitrous oxide emission was related to number of drain days rather than the frequency of draining. Fewer drain days can help reduce nitrous oxide emission. The midseason drainage and the multiple drainage, with 6.9% and 11.4% reduction in rice yield, respectively, had an average methane emission per crop 27% and 35% lower when compared to the local method. Draining with fewer drain days during the flowering period was recommended as a compromise between emissions and yield. The field drainage can be International Journal

38 used as an option to reduce methane and nitrous oxide emissions from rice fields with acceptable yield reduction. Mid-season drainage during the rice flowering period, with a shortened drainage period (3 days), is suggested as a compromise between the need to reduce global warming and current socio-economic realities. IJ-103 THREE-YEAR MONITORING RESULTS OF NITROGEN AND AMMONIUM WET DEPOSITION IN THAILAND Suparb Paramee, Amnat Chidthaisong, Sirintornthep Towprayoon, Pongpor Asnachinda, Vladimir N. Bashkin, Nipon Tangtham Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, Vol. 102, No. 1-3, 2005, pp. 27-40 Wet deposition is one of the important sources of nitrogen input into the ecosystem. It also contributes to rain acidity in some environments. In this study we reported the annual as well as seasonal trends of nitrogen wet deposition at three locations in Thailand: Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Nan. Comparison of nitrogen wet deposition between in rural and in the urban areas was also made. Daily rainfall was measured and monthly rainwater was collected for nitrogen analysis during 1999- - 2002. The average NO 3 concentration in rainwater collected from the rural sites (60 km from urban area) was around 0.2-0.3 mg L –1 , while that from the urban areas of Chiang Mai and Nan cities it was 0.4-0.5 mg L –1 + . NH 4 concentration in rainwater showed the similar ranges to that of NO – 3 , except at Nan where concentration was not significantly different between the urban and rural sites. On the other hand, the average concentrations of NO – 3 were higher at Bangkok site than other sites, while concentration of NH + 4 was almost the same between Chiang Mai and Bangkok. Wet deposition of NO – 3 at the rural sites of Chiang Mai and Nan ranged from 2.1 to 3.2 kg N ha –1 yr –1 , while at the urban sites this ranged from about 6 kg N ha –1 yr –1 in Chiang Mai and Nan Cities to 8.6 kg N ha –1 yr –1 in Bangkok. Wet deposition of NH + 4 at the rural sites of Chiang Mai and Nan was about 2.4 to 3.6 kg N ha –1 yr –1 and at the urban sites of Chiang Mai, Nan and Bangkok this was 7.7, 4.9 and 8.1 kg N ha –1 yr –1 , respectively. Thus, it was concluded that wet KMUTT Annual Research Abstracts 2005 deposition of both nitrogen species was significantly higher at the urban sites than at the rural sites. IJ-104 TRANSIENT TEST OF A SOLAR AIR HEATER WITH A COMPOUND PARABOLIC CONCENTRATOR Surajitr Pramuang, Robert Harold Buchanan Exell Renewable Energy, Vol. 30, No. 5, 2005, pp. 715-728 A method for measuring the performance parameters of a solar thermal collector under non-steady conditions has been applied to an air heater with a truncated compound parabolic concentrator having an aperture area of 1.44 m 2 and a flat absorber with concentration ratio three. This type of collector was chosen in order to obtain high air temperatures in a tropical climate where the proportion of diffuse solar radiation is high. The parameters found were the optical efficiency, the linear and nonlinear heat loss coefficients, and the effective heat capacity. These parameters were determined individually in separate experiments, some with and some without solar radiation falling on the collector. Agreement within 2% was found between the optical efficiency measured in the experiments and the optical efficiency determined from direct measurements of the optical properties of the materials in the collector. The method can be performed all the year round in a tropical climate when steady conditions do not occur. School of Bioresources and Technology IJ-105 RECOVERY OF GOLD FROM GOLD SLAG BY WOOD SHAVING FLY ASH Amphol Aworn, Paitip Thiravetyan, Woranan Nakbanpote Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, Vol. 287, No. 2, 2005, pp. 394-400 Wood shaving fly ash was used as an alternative adsorbent for gold preconcentration from gold slag. The maximum gold adsorption capacity of wood shaving fly ash washed with tap water (WSFW) at 20, 30, 40, and 60 o C was 8.68, 7.79, 7.44, and 7.25 mg Au /g adsorbent , respectively, while of activated carbon it was 76.78, 60.95, 56.13, and 51.90 mg Au /g adsorbent , International Journal

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    212 การสกัดสาร

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