Analysis of water hyacinth potential in production of biogas :

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dc.identifier.citation Tibasiima, M.(2017). Analysis of water hyacinth potential in production of biogas : case study : Lake Victoria shores, Port bell. Busitema University. Unpublished dissertation. en_US
dc.description.abstract Bio-gas is fuel obtained from decomposition of organic waste under controlled conditions, a highly technological development complex process. It is also called gasification process. The major gas produced is methane which is highly combustible. The main objective of this project was to do an analysis on the potential of water hyacinth to produce biogas in a bid to eliminate it from decomposing to the open at the shores arid causing other related environmental. concerns such as water, land and-air pollution When removed from the lake The substrate material for bio-gas production considered was water hyacinth as a means of its eradication from the infestation of Lake Victoria The project site was located at port 'bell along the shores ·of Lake Victoria. This report is comprised of five chapters each entailing different Information and study about the whole project as described below: Chapter one: looks at the proposal for the project which details the main objective of the project the specific objectives and the existing problem which led to the initiation of-the whole project Chapter two: shows detailed content of the. Existing Literature on water hyacinth its physiology and the entire process of bio-gas formation 'and the chemical composition of bio-gas. Chapter three: This chapter describes the methods which were used to achieve the set objectives These involved field Investigations, laboratory testing using the different standard and scientific methods and equipment. Chapter Four: this entails all the results obtained throughout the entire project for each stated objectives in chapter one with detailed discussions about them Chapter five: this chapter covers the conclusions, recommendations and challenges derived from the above results in the previous chapters. en_US
dc.description.sponsorship Mr. Kavuma Chris, Busitema University. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Busitema University en_US
dc.subject Bio-gas en_US
dc.subject Organic waste en_US
dc.subject Decomposition en_US
dc.subject Gasification en_US
dc.subject Air pollution en_US
dc.title Analysis of water hyacinth potential in production of biogas : en_US
dc.title.alternative case study : Lake Victoria shores, Port bell. en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US

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