Muhammad Bintang Setya Abimanyu
Similarity Between Sugar Cane Factory, Battery Industry, and Oil and Gas Industry
Assalamualaikum Wr. Wb
Good afternoon Mr. DAI and all of my friends. Last tuesday, i was curious about the similarity between sugar cane factory, battery industries and mineral industries, such as oil and gas. So, i ask AI by using ChatGPT and the AI answer :
Q : are there any connection between sugar cane factory, battery industry, and oil and gas industry?
A : 1. Sugar cane factories and battery industry: Sugar cane contains sucrose, which can be processed into ethanol, a type of alcohol that is used as a fuel in many vehicles. Ethanol is also used in the production of batteries, specifically lithium-ion batteries. In fact, the Brazilian sugarcane industry has been a key player in the production of biofuels, including ethanol, which is used in electric vehicle batteries.
2. Sugar cane factories and oil and gas industry: Sugar cane waste, also known as bagasse, can be used as a renewable energy source to power sugar mills and even sold to the grid. However, it can also be processed into biofuels, such as bioethanol and biodiesel, which are considered alternatives to fossil fuels.
3. Battery industry and oil and gas industry: The production and use of batteries is often linked to the use of fossil fuels, especially in the case of lithium-ion batteries which require significant amounts of energy and resources to produce. In addition, many batteries are used to power electric vehicles, which can help reduce the demand for oil and gas as transportation fuels.
Based on this answer, we could know there are some connections between these industries, they also have distinct differences and varying impacts on the environment and society.
Optimizing Bio Fuel as Future Energy
Biofuels have the potential to play a significant role in the future of energy production, particularly as a renewable alternative to fossil fuels. Biofuels are derived from organic matter, such as plants or agricultural waste, and can be used to produce energy in a variety of forms, including electricity, heat, and transportation fuels.
One of the main advantages of biofuels is that they are renewable and can be produced domestically, reducing dependence on foreign sources of energy. In addition, biofuels have the potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, as the carbon dioxide released during their use is offset by the carbon dioxide absorbed by the plants used to produce them.
One of the main challenges associated with using biofuels in internal combustion engines is their lower energy density compared to conventional fossil fuels. This can result in reduced engine power and lower fuel efficiency. However, biofuels typically have higher octane ratings than gasoline and can reduce engine knock and emissions.
In Indonesia, we have many kinds of Biofuel. One of them is Biodiesel. Biodiesel or B35 contains 35% biodiesel and 65% petroleum diesel. It is one of the most common biodiesel blends used in Indonesia, and it has several advantages compared to pure biodiesel or pure petroleum diesel.
One advantage of B35 is that it can be used in existing diesel engines without modification. This is because the blend contains a relatively small amount of biodiesel, which is enough to provide some of the benefits of biodiesel without requiring major changes to the engine or fuel system. This makes B35 a cost-effective and convenient option for many vehicle owners in Indonesia.
Presentation : https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1DTA8CwL3D7yMwUTk142DX_omaNSr-bSUeEjvfI4Lcb4/edit#slide=id.SLIDES_API633162038_43
YouTube : https://youtu.be/YqScGBHlp-k
Good Afternoon Mr. DAI and all of my friends. Today me and my friends prepare for our personal project. We prepare together, so we could help each other and remind each other to stay CONSCIOUS. Below I attach the documentation that I upload on YouTube. For the Project, I use 4 10x10 cm Stainless Steel with thickness 2 mm
YouTube : https://youtu.be/jxH33Y6RBn8
After made a preparation, I do practicum in Rasen's House. In there I gained data that I could collected and I could compared with my modelling in OpenModellica
From that Practicum, I gained data Hydrogen Debit from 3 variable data. The first one was using 6 A and 12.83 V.
By using 6 A and 12.83 V, The Hydrogen could flow until 45 mL/min
By using 8 A and 16.6 V, The Hydrogen could flow until 50 mL/min
By using 10 A and 20.45 V, The Hydrogen could flow until 100 mL/min
After that, I try to modelling my data into ICE Model by using OpenModellica to know the result of W. But before that, to find Mass Flow Rate, I must to find the density value.
The Mass Flow Rate result from the calculation above is 1,3e-7 Kg/s. After that, I could modelling the ICE Model and find the W value.
By using this model, I could get the value of Power from that engine
Slide Presentation https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1iBgmqILi3KxwyZIe9hLhq2ZyQSAJ0h0ByuCpMw2zaeo/edit#slide=id.g22cb0ff54ba_0_40