R & D & I

Integrated R&D&I engineering and laboratory testing,simulation kinetical, thermodinamical modelization of bioindustrial processes on benefit of war crisis mitigation, POSTCOVID resilience, circular bioindustry, bioenergetics and bioeconomy


Microalgae and archae


MAIN UPSCALED SIMULATED PARAMETERS

Archaea based intensification of biotechnological processes:

Opportunities of application and perspectives:


CONNECTIONS


Connection to biogas, landfill gas composting plants:

Connection to bioethanol and other carbon dioxide, climate gas emission plants (fossil and biomass power plants,cement factories, heating plants, pyrolysis plants):

Connection to other renewable energy plants (wind, photovoltaics)

Connection to wastewater treatment plants

Connection to CNG, LBM production plants

Connection to biodiesel, bioethanol production plants, biorefinery and filling stations

Connection to waste recycling factories

Connection to wood processing factories

Specific activities:


Developement

Our microalgae technology is ready to be challenged industrially and to verify itself since we can provide turnkey, optimal solutions (including licensing and the optimisation of operation).

The primary objective is to establish an industrial test plant in order to facilitate the scaling of a large equipment (up to 10 tonns/day CO2 / 5 tonns/day algae, 0,625 MWel capacity), which requires 100 m3 photobioreactor capacity. Alternatively a biofuel plant can be connected, in this case up to 1600 litres of biofuel can be produced daily from the above mentioned amount of algae. The plant could serve as a reference and it could facilitate the planning of large scale plants.

The plant is automatised, processes are controlled through multi-function measures and local as well as remote supervision computer systems. The technology is closed, visualized on computer, products not expose water or air pollution. It is advantageous to situate the plant near already existing thermal wells, mineral springs, as well as large carbon dioxide or climate gas emitting plants such as: power plants, heating plants sewage plants, chemical factories, bioethanol plants, wineries, sugar factories, lime-kiln, charcoal burners, biogas plants, and other fermentation plants in order to market carbon dioxide. During the process the dissolved and bound carbon dioxide content of the feed water is also utilized.

After the installation of the large scale equipment the smaller unit will have a pre-propagation and a mode of operation changing preparatory function. During the operation of the smaller equipment further research on biotechnological procedures can be conducted, the optimisation of the automated process control can be carried out, the computerised data collection simulation processing can be done, and a feasibility study can be made for the implementation of future capacities. The plant size can be altered as required, the producing factory units can be attained collectively or independently, even gradual implementation is possible. The plant can be enlarged in a modular way as new product developments or new needs and requirements surface.

The energy consumption of the plant is 15-20% of the generated energy, however, the operational costs will be minimal in case there is thermal water, other types of water, own carbon dioxide supply (fermentation gas, biogas, flue gas, emission). The large volume of the products, their high added value will make the plant remarkably profitable with low expenses.

Integrated sustainable Climate-Environment-and Health Protection- Biotechnological – Bioenergetical and Biorefinery System (CliEnHePo3BiS) system for various use of microorganisms,waste to energy processes


Innovative aspects and advantages:

Current and Potential Domains of application:

The design of whole fasctory complex with multiple use and different size is fully finalized simulated, ready for developing of feasibility study,authorization and execution projects.


Dynamical photocatalytical bioreactors (own development):

Complete engineering work:

Tőzsér, Béla
european engineer, industrial bioenergy, biotechnology, biotechnology, environment and climate protection, ecological products, water analysis and water treatment, senior expert, bioengineering technology, water engineering, senior design engineer, energy and water management constructions technical head and supervisor, energy and biotechnology auditor, project manager, MMK 17-0017, EU16931, WEF 1687301EUC-REA: CT-EX2006C115235, EUC-EACI: CT-EX 2008C00483, EU Commission - Reg.Nr. EC-EACI- EEN 12 HU 50S2 3NVI; UN UNIDO, FAO, WIPO registration; Nr.:237942; company wasregistered to the United Nations Global Marketplace (WIPO, UNIDO, FAO) at February 2013; H2020 evaluator C115235-107/2015

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