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  • State of the Project
    State of the Project Please help support this open source work by becoming a True Fan Work currently underway The Biomass Compressor Work pending assistance Restoring the Gas Chromatograph Home

    Original URL path: http://www.biomass2methanol.org/current01.htm (2016-04-26)
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  • The Paradox of Our Age
    knowledge but less judgement more experts but more problems more medicines but less healthiness We ve been all the way to the moon and back but have trouble crossing the street to meet the new neighbor We build more computers to hold more information to produce more copies then ever but have less communication We have become long on quantity but short on quality These are times of fast foods

    Original URL path: http://www.biomass2methanol.org/paradox_age.htm (2016-04-26)
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  • Project Goals
    this important Around the world record numbers of young people are abandoning the country side and moving into the slums that surround major cities As of 2011 more than a billion people were living in slums without access to potable water sewage treatment and land ownership As the elders left behind die off the knowledge needed to support sustainable land use practices is being lost at a frightening pace This loss of land based knowledge will make it very difficult to reverse the transition to living in slums Lacking the skills needed to meet their energy needs directly remaining rural residents have to rely on extracting non renewable resources from their land base in order to purchase food fuel clothing and medicine from outside sources And as those non renewable resources are exhausted ever more people will be forced to abandon their homes and move into the slums The B2M project focuses on reverse engineering the technology that will better enable rural communities to sustain themselves by creating energy dense fuels from sunshine rain and carbon dioxide B2M is not about reinventing the wheel the technology in question is well established What s novel is our vision of bucking the

    Original URL path: http://www.biomass2methanol.org/goals.htm (2016-04-26)
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  • byte relay nr 8 digital I O pin 5 to 8 corresponds with relays 1 to 4 byte relay st 1 relay state flag used to remember which way to switch the relay byte refresh 0 display refresh flag void setup define I 0 pins as outputs pinMode 13 OUTPUT LED pinMode 5 OUTPUT Relay 1 pinMode 6 OUTPUT Relay 2 pinMode 7 OUTPUT Relay 3 pinMode 8 OUTPUT Relay 4 set I O start condition to LOW digitalWrite 13 LOW digitalWrite 6 LOW digitalWrite 5 LOW digitalWrite 7 LOW digitalWrite 8 LOW void loop RELAY CYCLE FOR loop runs once for every relay i 4 for int i 0 i 4 i relay fire toggle relay FOR loop creates delay before next toggle based on analog input and forces 7 seg display to refresh for int i 0 i analogRead analogInPin 10 i loop repeats AnalogValue 10 times if refresh refresh flag initiates a display refresh every other repeat cuts down on jittery digits display sensor refresh 0 else delay 10 substitute time for display sensor function refresh 1 toggle refresh flag display time refresh time once per relay switch relay st relay st toggle relay state flag sets

    Original URL path: http://www.biomass2methanol.org/bcc_democode_20140107.ino (2016-04-26)
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  • Work Pending
    chromatograph we d love to hear from you at b2m gorge dot net University of Oregon No 100458 the column oven compartment the column oven compartment open showing a column in place the column injector ports the detectors with cover in place the detectors with cover removed the top section of the main control panel the middle section of the main control panel the bottom section of the main control

    Original URL path: http://www.biomass2methanol.org/gc_pics.htm (2016-04-26)
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