The present invention relates to a gas-separating membrane module comprising heat conductive panels, which allows direct temperature control of the membrane surface, even in multiple zones.
The present invention relates to a core-shell heat storage microcapsule having a core containing a phase change heat storage material and a coating of amorphous glassy alginate, which coating has at least two layers and at least one layer contains nanoparticles, and the surfaces of the core and the coating are in direct or spaced contact, and the microcapsule core has a solid or internal cavity.
The present invention relates to a dry-fuel heat-storing apparatus for storing and economically using the thermal energy produced in a combustion apparatus or other heat sources, wherein the heat-storing apparatus is operable at high temperatures.
The invention relates to a process and an apparatus for treating biomass which, by efficiently processing the biomass, achieves an efficiency increase of 15-20% compared to existing solutions in terms of energy requirements of the process making it self-sustaining by omitting traditional energy-intensive technologies used for roasting biomass, such as vacuum and inert gases, in a way that the biomass fed to the kiln is heat-treated in an oxygen-free environment created by its own biogas.
The present invention relates to the field of waste processing and biogas production.