The heat rejected by the co generator can be

Therefore, increasing accuracy of the technical diagnosis of a marine engine using the proposed method requires searching for ways to generate patterns of engine malfunctions for the entire range of loads and rotational speed.
AcknowledgmentThe project was supported by the National Science Centre in Poland, granted on the basis of decision No. DEC-2011/01/D/ST8/07142.
Anaerobic co-digestion; Biomethane; Energy recovery; Fruit and vegetable waste; Organic loading rate; Waste-mixed sludge
1. Introduction
There is a general consensus that LY2886721 global warming is mainly a consequence of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions generated by anthropogenic activity. Since a large fraction of anthropogenic GHG arises from heat and power generation [1], its negative impact could be significantly reduced by enhancing the exploitation of renewable energy sources.
Among the different technologies and processes, anaerobic digestion (AD) could be a suitable way for producing renewable energy and contributing to reaching the 2020 EU objective [2] and [3]:(1)GHG emission reduction compared to 1990 ?20%.(2)Energetic needs generated by renewable sources ?20%.(3)Increase of energetic efficiency ?20%.