Explain the structure of bio gas (gobargas) plant in brief? With schematic diagram.
Asked by pdcavita | 24th Nov, 2017, 08:42: AM
Structure of a biogas (gobar gas) plant:
The biogas plant is a dome-like structure made of bricks and cement. It consists of the following five compartments:
- Mixing tank: Present above the ground level.
- Inlet chamber/tank: The mixing tank opens underground into a sloping inlet chamber.
- Digester: The inlet chamber opens from below into the digester. The digester is a huge tank with a dome-like ceiling. The ceiling of the digester has an outlet with a valve for the supply of biogas.
- Outlet chamber/tank: The digester opens from below into an outlet chamber.
- Overflow tank: The outlet chamber opens from the top into a small overflow tank.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 24th Nov, 2017, 05:04: PM
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