"STUDIES ON DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF DUAL CHAMBER MICROBIAL FUEL CELL FOR BIOELECTRICITY GENERATION FROM MICRO ORGANISMS"

Authors

Dr CH. A. I. Raju, Assistant Professor, P. Ratna Raju, Research Scholar
Department of Chemical Engineering, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam 530 003, Andhra Pradesh, INDIA

Abstract

Legitimate treatment of wastewater is essential to human wellbeing and cultural turn of events, and the usually applied wastewater treatment innovations dependent on oxygen consuming treatment have a critical interest for energy. In this manner, new treatment innovations with low energy utilization and conceivable recuperation of important assets (e.g., energy and water) from wastewater happen to solid interest. Among the recently evolved ideas, microbial energy units (MFCs) incorporated with developed wetland give off an impression of being exceptionally appealing a result of direct power age from natural mixtures and treatment of wastewater. Developed microbial energy unit (MFC) is an arising innovation lately and has pulled in a great deal of consideration from analysts in the fields of wastewater treatment and bioenergy creation. MFC is a promising innovation in the fields of wastewater treatment and bioenergy. In any case, at ebb and flow power levels, the benefit of consolidating the two is predominantly a result of the upgrade of wastewater treatment in anaerobic zones inside the wetland. New operational systems should be investigated to increment and use power yield. Microbial energy units (MFCs) have been utilized to create power from various mixtures, including acetic acid derivation, lactate, and glucose. We show here that it is likewise conceivable to deliver power in a MFC from Automotive wastewater, while simultaneously achieving natural wastewater treatment (evacuation of COD, BOD, DO, pH, TDS, Total hardness and Chlorides)