A Discriminatory Rewarding Mechanism for Sybil detection by Asim Kumar Pal, Debabrata Nath and Sumit Chakraborty

By Asim Kumar Pal, Debabrata Nath and Sumit Chakraborty

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The registration should continue for at least a full year to detect any seasonal variations. Great care must be taken to ensure that no changes are introduced in the collection districts, which could make the results ambiguous. Introducing a waste incineration plant will reduce the livelihood of landfill scavengers. They may move to a new place in front of the treatment plant, thus changing the composition and calorific value of the waste. It is important to assess the impact of such a change, according to the amount the scavengers remove at the existing landfill.

The most important factor in obtaining such information is that the waste is already disposed of in fully monitored and controlled landfills only. Incineration Project Summary MSW incineration is found at the most advanced level of the waste disposal/treatment hierarchy: indiscriminate dumping, controlled dumping, landfilling, sanitary landfilling, and mechanical treatment (for example, composting and incineration). Additional environmental control is introduced at each level and the disposal costs increase substantially.

The ash- and water-free calorific value (Hawf) expresses the lower calorific value of the combustible fraction (ignition loss of dry sample) as stated on page 12. a. 2Leather & rubber .... a. Wood .... a. Others .... a. = Not applicable .. = Negligible Page 12 Determination of Hawf 1. In a laboratory, the upper calorific value of the dry sample Hsup,DS is determined according to DIN 51900. 2. Hawf is then determined according to the following formula: where A is the ash content per kg dry sample and MCW is the weight of the condensed water per kg dry sample.

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