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Sources of Energy for the Chemical Industries. Dr. Lek Wantha. Energy Consumption in the World. Energy Consumption in Thailand. Energy Consumption in Thailand. Energy Requirement in Industries. Thermal power Steam & hot water Burning various fuel Coal Coke Natural gas
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Sources of Energy for the Chemical IndustriesDr. LekWanthaEnergy Consumption in the WorldEnergy Consumption in ThailandEnergy Consumption in ThailandEnergy Requirement in Industries
  • Thermal power
  • Steam & hot water
  • Burning various fuel
  • Coal
  • Coke
  • Natural gas
  • Electrical power
  • Major source of energy
  • Electrochemical and electrostatic phenomena
  • Mechanical power
  • Crushing
  • Grinding
  • Mixing
  • Centrifuge
  • Pump
  • Fan
  • Blower
  • Thermal PowerSteam turbineElectrical PowerThailand electricity generation by sources in 2011Classified of Energy SourcesClassified of Energy Sources
  • Non-renewable Energy
  • Fossil fuel
  • Solid
  • Natural form
  • Processed form
  • Liquid
  • Petroleum oil
  • Gas
  • Natural gas
  • Nuclear power
  • Renewable Energy
  • Biomass
  • Hydro energy
  • Solar energy
  • Geothermal energy
  • Marine energy
  • Wind energy
  • Bio-energy
  • Classified of Energy SourcesClassified of Energy SourcesFossil fuelDistribution of Energy in Thailand
  • South
  • (16.65 million tons)
  • North
  • (1,700,000 barrel)
  • CoalCrude Oil Gas FormPercentage composition of some commercial natural gasDistribution of Natural Gas in ThailandRenewable Energy Sources
  • Renewable Energy
  • (7%)
  • Coal, gas, oil (88%)
  • Nuclear power
  • (5%)
  • Energy sourcesBiomass
  • Indigenous
  • Stored energy
  • Flexible
  • Capture CO2
  • Agricultural skills
  • MHV: medium heating valueLHV: low heating valueHydro Energy16.4% in ThailandSolar EnergySolar collectorsGeothermal EnergyMarine EnergyWind EnergyBioenergyNuclear Energynuclear power plantSourcesKiattikomol, R. Chemical process industry. Faculty of Engineer, Burapha University.http://www.eppo.go.th/info/cd-2012/Energy%20Statistics%20of%20Thailand%202012.pdfhttp://www.eia.gov/countries/cab.cfm?fips=THhttp://www.forteachersforstudents.com.au/CEC-Education/efficiency.php
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