GENERATING ELECTRICITY FROM PLANT'S STEAM BOILER USING OIL PALM EMPTY FRUITS BUNCHES, A WASTE PRODUCT AS ENERGY SOURCE.
This invention is based on using Oil Palm Empty Fruits bunches as Energy source to produce electricity in the villages and cities. The biggest problem in Nigeria is Electricity.The Empty Fruits bunches replaced the coal which usually relaese terrible black smoke which is a great emission hazard to health while the smoke from the Empty Fruits bunches is emission free.
The Steam Engine has been in existence in the early 1800s when shortage of wood become reality, the World switched to coal and now w e are swicthing to Empty Fruits bunches to produce Electricity. Mr James Watt(1736-1819) was well known when talking about Steam Engine Invention And Mr Richard Trevithick (1771-1833) was one of the greatest inventors in the history of the Steam Engine.
The Empty Fruits bunches can be used as fuel to run any plant's steam boilers to produce electricity and improve the social life of the people. When men began to make tools or energy Source, they began to create a way of life which was worth recording and historical time began. The inexorable process of invention and development was already underway in ancient times.
Man is the only animal who knows that he is not immortal; his curiosity about his earthly existence manifest itself in many ways. It is remarkable how many things which we take for granted had their origin in ancient times.
Most of the history of invention is also the history of Economics, Exploration, Philosophy and Human Consciousness itself. Sometimes Accidents have also resulted in Discovery.
In the Modern World Electricity Powered many Machines from Hospital Equipments, Scientific Equipments and Research Equipments Etc. hence Electricity is vital to our Existence. My Conclusion is without Electricity there is no Life.
ABOUT THE ENTRANT
Name: Abimbola Adedipe
Type of entry: individual
Abimbola is inspired by:
TO RESOLVE ELECTRICITY PROBLEM AS AN ALTERNATIVE SOURCE OF ENERGY
Patent status: none