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Malik, Parth; Sangwan, Anurag (2012)
Publisher: Journal of Engineering Computers & Applied Sciences
Journal: Journal of Engineering Computers & Applied Sciences
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Engineering, Energy, economic concerns, bioenergy, nanotechnology, biomass, multidisciplinary, miniaturization, functionalities, natural sciences, optimized, breakthroughs.
Energy crisis has been a key problem affecting overall economic progress in different countries of the world. The problem is far more acute in the perspective of developing economies like India where there is significant pressure on the available natural sources of energy. To meet this severity of daily life requirement, we must shift our focus towards alternative sources of energy which possess tremendous hidden energetic potential and can suitably address the pressurizing economic concerns of the countries. Bioenergy is one branch of such non-conventional energy resources. It includes energy derived from life forms, howsoever small or tiniest they may be. Biomass, chiefly from microbial source can be a gift in disguise. Moreover, all these sources are eco-friendly and pose no serious environmental risks. Nanotechnology is the new dimension of material sciences aimed at miniaturization of entities to achieve enhanced performance by enhancement of their functionalities. This has its roots emanating from different overlapping fields of natural sciences and is therefore multidisciplinary in nature. This paper highlights the application of nanotechnology for the optimized harnessing of energy from different biological sources. Key breakthroughs in terms of efficient material utilization, energy output, quicker and reliable results and yields have been highlighted.
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