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Potential Energy Recovery Using Micro‐Hydropower Technology in Irrigation Networks: Real‐World Case Studies in the South of Spain
The agricultural sector is one of the most significant users of water resources worldwide. Irrigation infrastructure has been modernized in recent years in many regions dedicated to agriculture, transitioning from ...
Reducing the Energy Dependency of Water Networks in Irrigation, Public Drinking Water, and Process Industry: REDAWN Project
The EU funded Interreg project REDAWN is presented, setting a new operational framework for efficiently foster micro‐hydropower in water distribution.
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, ...
Mejora genética del Merino Español en un contexto cooperativo
(Universidad de Córdoba, UCOPress, 2018)
La presente tesis nace con la intención de contribuir a la modernización y mejora de la competitividad del sistema de producción de la cooperativa OVISO S.C.L, trabajando sobre la base genética de sus animales. En general, ...
From the Eukaryotic Molybdenum Cofactor Biosynthesis to the Moonlighting Enzyme mARC
All eukaryotic molybdenum (Mo) enzymes contain in their active site a Mo Cofactor (Moco), which is formed by a tricyclic pyranopterin with a dithiolene chelating the Mo atom. Here, the eukaryotic Moco biosynthetic pathway ...