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  1. América Latina: energía y desarrollo

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    Gabriel Sánchez S.


    Full Text Available EI autor del presente articulo es Ingeniero Electricista de laUniversidad Nacional de Colombia y Master en Anlliisis deSistemas de Potencia del Renssetaer Polytecnic Institute. hasido Protesor y Director del Departamento de IngenieriaElectrica. Director del Instituto de Ensayos e Investigaciónde la Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Jete de la Divisiónde Energia del Departamento Nacional de Planeación yCoordinador de Planificación Energetica de la OrganizaciónLatinoamericana de Energia, OLADE.

  2. Serie de balances energéticos de la provincia de Mendoza, Argentina


    Castillo, Javier


    Esta investigación interdisciplinaria dentro del campo de la Ingeniería y la Economía de la Energía, aborda aspectos conceptuales, metodológicos y empíricos en relación con la elaboración de una Serie de Balances Energéticos (BE) para Mendoza para el período 1980/2009. Parte de estudios metodológicos (Fundación Bariloche [1984], OLADE [2004], EUROSTAT [2007], “Balance Energético Nacional. Serie 1960- 2007" [2008] de Argentina) y de BE elaborad...

  3. Study of potentials bio energy, aeolian, miniature hydraulic and solar in Mexico (Annexe 9 in 'A vision of year 2030 on the use of the renewable energies in Mexico'); Estudio de los potenciales bioenergetico, eolico, minihidraulico y solar en Mexico (Anexo 9 en 'Una vision al 2030 de la utilizacion de las energias renovables en Mexico')

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    Saldana Flores, Ricardo; Miranda Miranda, Ubaldo [Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas, Cuernavaca, Morelos (Mexico)


    In this report we can observe maps and studies made about the evaluation of the bio energy potential of co-generation of electricity in the sugar industry and the sweepings, of the wind power potential in Latin America, the Caribbean and the Mexican Republic, of the miniature hydraulic potential and the hydro energy resources whereupon it counts country and, of the solar potential in which the OLADE presents/displays for Mexico the monthly maps of solar radiation maximum direct total and in Wm{sup 2}. [Spanish] En este reporte podemos observar mapas y estudios realizados acerca de la evaluacion del potencial bioenergetico de cogeneracion de electricidad en la industria azucarera y la basura, del potencial eoloenergetico en America Latina, el Caribe y la Republica Mexicana, del potencial minihidraulico y los recursos hidroenergeticos con que cuenta el pais y, del potencial solar en el cual la OLADE presenta para Mexico los mapas mensuales de radiacion solar maxima total y directa en W/m{sup 2}.

  4. Energy and sustainable development in Latin America; Energie und nachhaltige Entwicklung in Lateinamerika

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    Suding, P.H. [Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Technische Zusammenarbeit, Quito (Ecuador). Projekt OLADE/CEPAL/GTZ `Energie und Nachhaltige Entwicklung in Lateinamerika und der Karibik`


    In contrast to South East Asia, whose capital is mostly `human capital`, Latin America and the Caribbean have large natural resources. Some of these countries have lived off their substance without investing in their future, i.e. in human capital and in non-human capital suited for long-term use. The OLADE/CEPAL/GTZ project `Energy and Development in Latin America and the Caribbean` has been running since 1993 with support by the Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ). Its results suggest that developments in power supply in this region should be viewed with some misgivings. The euphoria over investments should not blind potential investors to the structural problems of these countries which may turn out to be adverse to sustainable development. (orig.) [Deutsch] Im Gegensatz zu den Laendern Suedostasiens, deren Kapital ueberwiegend aus `Humankapital` besteht, stuetzt sich der Reichtum Lateinamerikas und der Karibik (LAuK) in starkem Umfang auf natuerliche Ressourcen. Einige dieser ressourcenbasierten Laender haben bisher vor ihrer Substanz gezehrt, ohne ausreichend in ihre Zukunft, d.h. in menschliches und langfristig nutzbares Sachkapital, zu investieren. Die Ergebnisse des seit 1993 mit Unterstuetzung der Deutschen Gesellschaft fuer Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) durchgefuehrten Projekts OLADE/CEPAL/GTZ `Energie und Entwicklung in Lateinamerika und der Karibik` legen eine vorsichtige Beurteilung der energiewirtschaftlichen Entwicklung nahe. Bei aller Investitionseuphorie sollten strukturelle Schwaechen, die die Nachhaltigkeit der Entwicklungsstrategien in Frage stellen, nicht uebersehen werden. (orig.)

  5. Effective use of environmental impact assessments (EIAs) for geothermal development projects

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    Goff, S.J.


    Both the developed and developing nations of the world would like to move toward a position of sustainable development while paying attention to the restoration of natural resources, improving the environment, and improving the quality of life. The impacts of geothermal development projects are generally positive. It is important, however, that the environmental issues associated with development be addressed in a systematic fashion. Drafted early in the project planning stage, a well-prepared Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) can significantly add to the quality of the overall project. An EIA customarily ends with the decision to proceed with the project. The environmental analysis process could be more effective if regular monitoring, detailed in the EIA, continues during project implementation. Geothermal development EIAs should be analytic rather than encyclopedic, emphasizing the impacts most closely associated with energy sector development. Air quality, water resources and quality, geologic factors, and socioeconomic issues will invariably be the most important factors. The purpose of an EIA should not be to generate paperwork, but to enable superb response. The EIA should be intended to help public officials make decisions that are based on an understanding of environmental consequences and take proper actions. The EIA process has been defined in different ways throughout the world. In fact, it appears that no two countries have defined it in exactly the same way. Going hand in hand with the different approaches to the process is the wide variety of formats available. It is recommended that the world geothermal community work towards the adoption of a standard. The Latin American Energy Organization (OLADE) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)(OLADE, 1993) prepared a guide that presents a comprehensive discussion of the environmental impacts and suggested mitigation alternatives associated with geothermal development projects. The OLADE guide

  6. The institutional foundations of energetic integration at the South America; Os fundamentos institucionais na integracao energetica da America do Sul

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    Suarez, Lizett Paola Lopez; Guerra, Sinclair Mallet-Guy [Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP), SP (Brazil). Faculdade de Engenharia Mecanica. Dept. de Energia]. E-mails:,; Udaeta, Miguel Edgar Morales [Universidade de Sao Paulo (USP), SP (Brazil). Inst. de Eletrotecnica e Energia (IEE)]. E-mail:


    From the revision and analysis of the energy integration process in South America, the present article goals to show which are the institutional basis that endorse the process, once these entities act directly with questions related to the energy sector or to the wider economic integration where the energy integration is inserted. Thus, the Regional entities, that can be associations, organizations and commissions, like ALADI, ARPEL, CEPAL, CIER, OLADE and others are mentioned and analyzed. The analysis points out that these entities constitute the institutional basis for support the decision making of the region countries, considering the achieved studies, the promoted debates, the establishment of norms and information treatment. Finally, it is emphasized that these entities can not and should not have decide and execute, since are the governments (politic will) the responsible for the planning and coordination role for having the integration project effectively implemented. (author)

  7. Local Gas Phase Flow Characteristics of a Gas—Liquid—Solid Three—Phase Reversed Flow Jet Loop Reactor

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    WENJianping; ChenYunlin; 等


    The local gas-phase flow characteristics such as local gas holdup (εg), local bubble velocity (Vb) and local bubble mean diameter(db) at a specified point in a gas-liquid-solid three-phase reversed flow jet loop reactor was experimentally investigated by a five-point conductivity probe. The effects of gas jet flow rate, liquid jet flow rate, solid loading, nozzle diameter and axial position on the local εg,Vb and db profiles were discussed. The presence of solids at low solid concentrations not only increased the local εg and Vb, but also decreased the local db. The optimum solid olading for the maximum local εg and Vb together with the minimum local db was 0.16×10-3m3, corresponding to a solid volume fraction,εS=2.5%.

  8. Phenolic Wastewater Treatment Alternatives. (United States)


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  9. Application of the Approximate Bayesian Computation methods in the stochastic estimation of atmospheric contamination parameters for mobile sources (United States)

    Kopka, Piotr; Wawrzynczak, Anna; Borysiewicz, Mieczyslaw


    In this paper the Bayesian methodology, known as Approximate Bayesian Computation (ABC), is applied to the problem of the atmospheric contamination source identification. The algorithm input data are on-line arriving concentrations of the released substance registered by the distributed sensors network. This paper presents the Sequential ABC algorithm in detail and tests its efficiency in estimation of probabilistic distributions of atmospheric release parameters of a mobile contamination source. The developed algorithms are tested using the data from Over-Land Atmospheric Diffusion (OLAD) field tracer experiment. The paper demonstrates estimation of seven parameters characterizing the contamination source, i.e.: contamination source starting position (x,y), the direction of the motion of the source (d), its velocity (v), release rate (q), start time of release (ts) and its duration (td). The online-arriving new concentrations dynamically update the probability distributions of search parameters. The atmospheric dispersion Second-order Closure Integrated PUFF (SCIPUFF) Model is used as the forward model to predict the concentrations at the sensors locations.

  10. Improvement of trickling biofilter purification performance on treating chlorobenzene in waste gases using surfactant%用表面活性剂提高生物滴滤床净化废气中氯苯的性能

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    刘强; 邓瑜衡


    A laboratory-scale trickling biofilter column, filled with Raschig rings and inoculated with Pseudomonas putida(ATCC 1785) was used to purify chlorobenzene contained waste gases. Sodium dodecyl sulfonate (SDS) was used to enhance the performance of trickling biofilter. Purification performance of the trickling biofilter was examined for chlorobenzene inlet concentration of 1.20~5.04 g/ms at different EBRTs between 76~153 s. Without SDS addition, with simultaneous increase in chlorobenzene inlet loading rate and gas flow rate, 100% removal efficiency was achieved at EBRT of 109 s and inlet loadings below 5120 mg/m3. Addition of SDS to nutrient solution led to improvement of trickling biofilter purification performance.By introducing 25 mg/L SDS, the removal efficiency was increased by 21% and elimination capacity up to 234 g/(m3·h) was achieved at chlorobenzene inlet olading of 241 g/(m3·h).Although SDS concentration experienced a low rate reduction after continuous nutrient solution recirculation, this result has little influence on trickling biofilter's removal efficiency in monitoring period.

  11. Assessment of the greenhouse gases in Mexico: Importance of the electric sector; Inventario de gases de invernadero en Mexico: Importancia del sector electrico

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    Sheinbaum Pardo, Claudia [Instituto de Ingenieria, UNAM, Mexico, D. F. (Mexico)


    In this paper are presented the principal results of the various studies on energy end uses developed by the Grupo de Energia y Ambiente del Instituto de Ingenieria de la Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM Group of Energy and Environment) for years 1987 and 1993, emphasizing on the emissions originated by the generation of electricity and for the following greenhouse effect gases: carbon dioxide (CO{sub 2}), carbon monoxide (CO), nitrogen oxides (NOx) and methane (CH{sub 4}). Also, a comparison is presented among Mexico and other Latin America countries based on statistics of OLADE (Latin American Organization of Energy) [Espanol] En este trabajo se presentan los principales resultados de estudios diversos sobre usos finales de energia desarrollados por el Grupo de Energia y Ambiente del Instituto de Ingenieria de la Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM) para los anos 1987 y 1993, poniendo enfasis en las emisiones debidas a la generacion de electricidad y para los siguientes gases de efecto invernadero: bioxido de carbono (CO{sub 2}), monoxido de carbono (CO), oxidos de nitrogeno (NOx) y metano (HC{sub 4}). Asi mismo se presenta una comparacion entre Mexico y otros paises de Latinoamerica basado en estadisticas de la Organizacion Latinoamericana de Energia

  12. Otra vivienda es posible: una realización de la cooperación española en Nouakchot (Mauritania

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    Legarra, José Javier


    Full Text Available The present article describes the experience acquired indesigning and building some 150 housing units in Nouakchott,capital of the Republic of Mauritania, under a projectsponsored by Fundación CEAR and funded by the SpanishInternational Co-operation Agency (AECI, Spanish initials forAgencia Española de Cooperación Internacional. Initiated in2002, the project is now in the final phases.The implementation of a co-operation project of thesecharacteristics can be viewed from many perspectives,ranging from solidarity with the most needy in a country withhuge deficiencies to training for the inhabitants of anextremely poor neighbourhood, and including support for andmaterialization of new proposals for Mauritania’s incipienthousing policies. This monograph, however, focuses on afairly short number of issues: experiences in connection withthe architectural design, materials and component testing andthe building process itself, which encouraged femaleparticipation and the establishment of workshops to makecomponents.Se presenta en este artículo la experiencia del proyecto yconstrucción de alrededor de 150 viviendas en Nouakchott,capital de la República de Mauritania, promovidas por laFundación CEAR con financiación de la Agencia Españolade Cooperación Internacional (AECI. Este proyecto se inicióen el 2002 y se encuentra en fase avanzada de realización.El desarrollo de un proyecto de cooperación de estascaracterísticas tiene múltiples visiones, que van, desde lasolidaridad con los más necesitados en un país con grandescarencias, pasando por la formación de los habitantes de unbarrio extremadamente pobre, así como el apoyo ymaterialización de nuevas propuestas a las incipientespolíticas habitacionales en Mauritania. Sin embargo, estetrabajo se centra de forma monográfica en unos pocosaspectos de la intervención, como son: las experienciasrelacionadas con el proyecto de arquitectura, ensayos sobrelos materiales y componentes

  13. Diesel and gasoline engines VI. Quality injection, fuel mixture, simulation, application, metrology; Diesel- und Benzindirekteinspritzung VI. Einspritzqualitaet, Gemischbildung, Simulation, Applikation, Messtechnik

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    Tschoeke, Helmut (ed.) [Otto-von-Guericke-Univ., Magdeburg (DE). Inst. fuer Mobile Systeme (IMS)


    Within the meeting 'Diesel and gasoline direct injection' of the Haus der Technik e.V. (Essen, Federal Republic of Germany) at 1st to 2nd December, 2010 in Berlin (Federal Republic of Germany) the following lectures were held: (1) Efficient common rail injection systems and intelligent regulation strategies for the fulfilment of future on-/off-highway emission limits (Christian Schugger); (2) Challenges for injection systems and combustion processes of large diesel engines for keeping the emission limits IMO TIER3 in 2016 (Horst Harndorf); (3) HFO operation with CR injection (Christian Poensgen); (4) Efficiency, potential and limits of shortened spraying distances at the diesel engine: Results from thermodynamic, optical and numerical investigations (Oliver Heinold); (5) Advantages of the formation of the injection process for the fuel consumption and pollutant emission of diesel engines (Maximilian Brauer); (6) Control of combustion rates: A decisive step towards a further optimization of CO{sub 2}, emissions and NVH (Florian Kremer); (7) Ultra high pressure fuel injection for minimized engine-out emissions of HD diesel engines (Olad Erik Herrmann); (8) Analysis of injection sprays by means of large high-speed engines under cold and evaporating conditions (Christian Fink); (9) Development of optimal cam contours (Hendrik Grosse-Loescher); (10) Design criteria for the CO{sub 2} optimization of the new Continental 2-piston-diesel pump platform (Peter Voigt); (11) Innovative measurement for injection systems (Bjoern Janetzky); (12) Process for the measurement of the rate of injection on engine-related conditions (Wolfgang Fimml); (13) Experimental and numerical investigations of hydro erosive grinding for injection components (Uwe Iben); (14) Application programs for the calculation of spray propagation in a moving engine's combustion chamber (Kai Uwe Muench); (15) An integrated approach for the fulfilment of future emission legislations at stationary