KSCST : Energy projects

 
 
1)
Utilization of Sludge Gas
 
There are two primary sewage treatment plants in Bangalore, one at Belur-Nagasandra Village near HAL and the other at Nayandanahalli on the Mysore Road, ...
 
2)
Formulation of a Wind Energy Programme for Karnataka
 
Wind, as a renewable source of energy, has not been exploited in any significant measure. Except in the case of a few European Countries, wind energy ...
 
3)
Design, Fabrication & Trial of Wind Pump with 10,000 Litres/Hour Pumping Capacity
 
The KSCST has completed a major project on 'Utilisation of Wind Energy in Karnataka' with specific stress on the prospects of exploiting wind energy in Karnataka, ...
 
4)
Microhydel Power Generation in Karnataka
 
Karnataka's power needs are supplied almost exclusively by hydroelectricity. large hydroelectric plants are normally sited in places where the impounded flow ...
 
5)
Energy Planning for Karnataka State
 
The "power crisis" in Karnataka is likely to be a fairly long-term problem of the State. This situation demands an in-depth analysis of the entire energy problem of ...
 
6)
Activated Carbon from Coconut Shells
 
Activated carbons are the carbons with active sites capable of adsorbing, sometimes preferentially, many organic molecules. These active sites are created by ...
 
7)
Wood Gas Generators and their use in Engines less than 10 HP
 
Development of technologies for use of renewable sources of energy for generation of motive power has acquired significant status in the current years especially ...
 
8)
Development of Wood Stoves
 
It was found that the dimensional features of a woodstove are of paramount importance in establishing its efficiency. Besides, the presence of a grate in ...
 
9)
Generation of Electricity from Municipal Wastes: A Preliminary Survey
 
Bangalore city, with its fast growing rate of growth has been having a considerable problem of disposal of its garbage. This disposal of garbage and its possible ...
 
10)
Demonstration of Low Cost Solar Water Heating System for Domestic Purpose
 
Solar flat plate collectors are employed to heat water with solar radiation. Considerable savings in energy can be achieved where there is a requirement for hot ...
 
11)
Design & Development of 100 kW Gasifier for Diesel Genset
 
Supply of electrical energy by utilisers generally lags behind the demand, forcing the utilities to impose power cuts. A number of industries have gone ahead ...
 
12)
Desimination / Demonstration of Swosthee in Karnataka
 
Traditional cooking stoves have a low thermal efficiency of around 15%. From the early days the Council has been striving to provide Karnataka's house wife with ...
 
13)
Astra Ole Diffusion Programme
 
In Karnataka 80% of the rural energy needs are met by fuel wood. Most of the traditional domestic wood burning stoves are not very efficient and use only 10-15% of ...
 
14)
Urjagram
 
The Urjagram Scheme has been conceived as a way of developing villages to a stage where most of the energy needs of the village are met by renewable ...
 
14a)
Community Biogas Plant at Pura for Water Pumping & Illumination
 
It is reported that only about 10% of Karnataka's Electrical Energy flows to rural areas, and that, even when villages are electrified, less than 10% of their ...
 
15)
Development of Woodstoves for Domestic Cooking
 
This project was initiated with the objective to design and fabricate a thermally efficient wood burning stove. The design constraints imposed ...
 
16)
Solar Powered 10 Tonne Cold Storage Project at Mangalore
 
Considering the need for a cold chain in the northern part of Karnataka, a joint project with KFDC on solar powered cold storage unit was initiated. Karnataka ...
 
17)
Demonstration of 100 kW Gasifier at Navodaya Vidyalaya
 
The team has designed, fabricated and tested successfully a woodgasifier and has reported a peak performance of 93% diesel replacement in diesel engines, ...
 
18)
Rural Energy Centres
 
In our efforts to disseminate appropriate energy technologies based on local energy sources, a project to set up a community bio-gas plant was initiated in ...
 
19)
Solar Energy in Sericulture
 
The sericulture industry is an extremely labour intensive cottage industry employing about two million people in the private sector and twelve thousand five ...
 
20)
NPIC-Technical Backup Unit
 
Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology had initiated several projects in the development of fuel efficient wood burning stoves for domestic as well as ...
 
21)
Inventory of Existing Technologies on Biomass Gasification
 
The Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR), Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India, New Delhi has initiated a project "Inventory of Existing Technologies" to collect the information of various rural oriented technologies carried out in the country and to prepare a database of these technologies....
 

22)

DEMONSTRATION OF MICRO-HYDEL POWER PLANT IN HILLY AREAS OF KARNATAKA.
  Department of Science and Technology, Government of India has sanctioned the project entitled "Demonstration of Micro-hydel Power Plant in Hilly areas of Karnataka" with a total cost of Rs.14,29,000/- during March 2008.
23)
ESTABLISHMENT OF BIOFUEL CELL AT KSCST
  KSCST has signed an MOU with the Karnataka State Bio Fuel Development Board (KSBDB) on 28th April 2011 agreeing to provide technical support to KSBDB for implementation of Biofuel activities in the State. KSCST had submitted a project proposal to KSBDB for establishing a Biofuel Cell at KSCST with a total outlay of Rs. 12.00 lakhs for one year. The project has been approved by KSBDB.

24)

CONSTRUCTION OF FUEL-EFFICIENT DOMESTIC ASTRA STOVES IN VILLAGES AROUND ARASIKERE
  The project was started from March 30th, 2011 and the following progress has been achieved so far with respect to construction of 100 stoves in selected houses (by the RFO, Forest Department, Arasikere) in various villages around Arasikere. 

25)

IDENTIFICATION OF POTENTIAL SITES FOR INSTALLATION OF MICROHYDEL POWER PLANTS IN TRIBALLY DOMINATED HILLY AREAS OF KARNATAKA
  Department of Science and Technology, Government of India has sanctioned approval for the project entitled "Identification of Potential Sites for Installation of Microhydel Power Plants in Tribally Dominated Hilly areas of Karnataka" during July 2012.  

26)

ESTABLISHMENT OF ENERGY CELL AT KSCST
  KSCST has set up Energy Cell to create awareness about usage of renewable energy devices and Energy Conversation, capacity building and bring in Innovative projects in the Energy Sector. The Energy Cell was inaugurated by Prof. D K Subramanian, former Secretary, KSCST and President, Foundation for Advancement of Education and Research, Bengaluru on 30th September 2015.  

27)

FIELD TESTING OF HYBRID ULTRA CAPACITOR (HUC) POWERED SOLAR PV - LED LIGHTING KIT DEVELOPED BY SSCU, IISC, BENGALURU
  Prof. A K Shukla, Solid State Structural Chemistry Unit (SSCU), Indian Institute of Science and MESHA Energy Solutions Pvt. Ltd Bangalore have developed and demonstrated a Hybrid Ultra-Capacitor (HUC) Technology for energy storage applications. This project was given financial support from Department of Science and Technology, Government of India. KSCST has taken the responsibility of field testing the technology in different climatic conditions. 
   

For further information on biomass gasification and
other energy related projects / programmes
please visit the website: http://cgpl.iisc.ernet.in
 

   

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