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Biomass as Renewable Energy: Worldwide Research Trends
The world’s population continues to grow at a high rate, such that today’s population is twice that of 1960, and is projected to increase further to 9 billion by 2050. This situation has brought about a situation in which ...
Date Seeds (Phoenix dactylifera L.) Valorization for Boilers in the Mediterranean Climate
Energy saving is a global priority, as it is helping both energy and environmental sustainability by reducing CO2 emissions. The search for new energy solutions is therefore necessary. In the Mediterranean climate, resources ...
Sustainable Energy Based on Sunflower Seed Husk Boiler for Residential Buildings
Buildings account for one third of the world’s energy consumption, 70% of which is devoted to heating and cooling. To increase the share of renewables in the energy consumption of buildings, it is necessary to research ...
Peanut Shell for Energy: Properties and Its Potential to Respect the Environment
The peanut (Arachys hypogaea) is a plant of the Fabaceae family (legumes), as are chickpeas, lentils, beans, and peas. It is originally from South America and is used mainly for culinary purposes, in confectionery products, ...
Applied Engineering Using Schumann Resonance for Earthquakes Monitoring
For populations that may be affected, the risks of earthquakes and tsunamis are a major concern worldwide. Therefore, early detection of an event of this type in good time is of the highest priority. The observatories ...