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Frontiers in Environmental Engineering
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     ISSN (Print) 2326-5779 - ISSN (Online) 2326-5787
     Published by Science and Engineering Publishing Company Homepage  [46 journals]
  • Analysis of a Externally Modified Combustion Engine to Operate with a
           Immiscible Fuel of 80% Gasoline and 20% Water

    • Abstract: Analysis of a Externally Modified Combustion Engine to Operate with a Immiscible Fuel of 80% Gasoline and 20% Water
      Pages 7-10
      Author Melchor Llosa DemartiniJuan Carlos Cuba Solan
      In this paper, we present the results of the analysis of a combustion engine modified to operate with an immiscible fuel that has a ratio of 80% water and 20% gasoline. The project consisted also in redesigning the intake and exhaust system circuits of the engine and we observed that there was a substantial change in the composition of exhaust gases, finding that this change was an environment friendly solution to vehicle pollution.
      PubDate: 2014-3
       
  • Conservation and Management of Wetlands in Pandihing Bird Sanctuary of
           Sibsagar District, Assam

    • Abstract: Conservation and Management of Wetlands in Pandihing Bird Sanctuary of Sibsagar District, Assam
      Pages 1-6
      Author Shukla AcharjeeNitashree Mil
      Wetlands are the most common and integral feature of the fluvial landscape of Assam. The wetlands are locally known as “Beel”, “Jolah”, “Pitoni” etc. The beels in Assam are water bodies of different size and shapes, generally connected to the rivers the Brahmaputra, Barak and their tributaries. Panidihing Bird Sanctuary of Sibsagar district is very rich in wetland ecosystem. The wetlands play a vital role in the creation of good ecosystem balance and in maintaining healthy environmental condition of the area. In spite of their well recognized importance, the wetlands of Panidihing area presently suffer from degeneration and ecodegradation. These wetlands at present, however constitute a fast disappearing habitat in the Panidihing area. In this paper, an attempt is made to highlight the severity of the wetlands as sanctuary and provides a framework for the better management of the sanctuary.
      PubDate: 2014-3
       
 
 
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