PENGARUH JENIS BAHAN BAKAR BIOBRIKET TERHADAP UNJUK KERJA PADA MINIATUR PEMBANGKIT LISTRIK TENAGA UAP

Narti Narti, Ihsan Ihsan, Sri Zelviani, Nurul Wahidah, Firdaus Alam Abadi

Abstract


Research has been conducted to determine the effect of biobriquette fuel
types on electric power generated in miniature steam power plants. This study uses
four fuels, namely raw materials for coconut shell and wood, and biobriquette from
coconut shell and wood. There are two parameters tested in this study, namely the
burning time and evaporation of 2000 ml of distilled water and the electric power
generated. Based on research that has been done it can be concluded that the type
of fuel influences the amount of power produced. From the type of fuel obtained that
the greater the calorific value of a fuel, the electric power produced will be greater as
well. small heating value of around 3000 cal / g, the electric power produced is
getting smaller, that is equal to 0.0021 watts.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24252/jft.v6i2.11743

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