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Michelangelo’s “Human body” Art redefined.. July 5, 2010

Filed under: Uncategorized — omus @ 1:01 am

Michelangelo Human body redefined:

Stomach: Gasifier

Mouth: Feed Injector

Nerves: Pipelines

Nose: Air injection port

Lungs: Air separation unit

Kidney: Grey water treatment

Heart: Pump

Brain: Programmable logic control (PLC)

Legs: Gasifier support

Hands: Feed handling system

Skin: Material of construction

Bowels: Lock hopper

Genitals: Grey water blowdown

Food: Feed

Masala food: High Sulfur feed

Stool: Slag

Failure scenarios:

Acidity: Disease caused due to feed of high sulfur (masala)

Obesity: Disease where pipes (nerves) gets blocked due to tar (fat)

Constipation: Disease where gasifier is devoid of feed, very high carbon conversion

Diarrhea: Disease where carbon conversion is very less, resulting in excess slag formation

Gingivitis: Problem with feed injector

Stomache: Gasifier operational issues

Nature made gasifier is unique in design, its moving one, its flexible taking any shape with contraction & expansion facility. It can accept both dry and slurry feed with water content of any range. Liquid fuels are also very acceptable. The resultant syngas is used in polygen application,with power and chemical production simultaneously. Average life of gasifier ranges from 50-70 years.

Indeed gasification is very much “Humane”. Today I understand the proverb: “Let me go and release the pressure”: pressure of gasifier..:-)

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One Response to “Michelangelo’s “Human body” Art redefined..”

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