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International Journal of Energy for a Clean Environment
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ISSN Печать: 2150-3621
ISSN Онлайн: 2150-363X

International Journal of Energy for a Clean Environment

Ранее издавался как Clean Air: International Journal on Energy for a Clean Environment

DOI: 10.1615/InterJEnerCleanEnv.2019026674
pages 211-229

CONTAINER LANDSCAPING WITH Festuca Arundinacea AS BIOELECTRICAL MINISYSTEMS IN MODERN BUILDINGS

Iryna Bohdanivna Rusyn
Lviv Polytechnic National University, Institute of Ecology, Nature Protection and Tourism, Department of Ecology and Sustainable Environmental Management, 12 Bandera Str., Lviv, 79013, Ukraine
Bohdan Tarasovych Valko
Lviv Polytechnic National University, Institute of Ecology, Nature Protection and Tourism, Department of Ecology and Sustainable Environmental Management, 12 Bandera Str., Lviv, 79013, Ukraine

Краткое описание

The model of an indoor bioelectricity-generating ministation for simultaneous use for the landscaping of apartments and as a source of bioelectricity is presented in the article. The bioelectrical technological system consists of a container with Festuca arundinacea and a universal soil substrate, where the electrode system is located. The biocomponent of the system, Festuca arundinacea, is perennial and resistant to stress factors: drought, overwetting, and shading. The bioelectrical technological system with Festuca arundinacea is year-round effective, and the seasonal reduction of the bioelectricity level is equal to 13.18%. The average annual current output of the bioelectrical system is 44.56 mA. The development of plants directly affects the production of electricity by the biosystem. The generation of bioelectricity by the biosystem is the highest during the utmost photosynthetic activity of the plants in the summer and at the beginning of the autumn period. At that time the maximal bioelectricity values have been recorded.
The bioelectrical system starts working from the first minutes after its installation due to the donors of electrons, contained in the soil and it operates practically at full capacity from the 40th day after the biosystem installation when the volume of the green biomass and the level of their photosynthetic activity reach their maximum.
The bioelectrical technological system is low-cost due to the exploitation of rather inexpensive components: biological, such as broad-spread grass seed, and technological ones: an electrodes systems and the universal soil substrate. The installation and servicing of apartment bioelectricity-generating ministation is accessible to everyone and does not require specific skills. The bioelectrical technological system with Festuca arundinacea has good prospects for improving the maximilization collecting eco-electricity in buildings.

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