Life Cycle and Techno-economic Assessments of Porous Radiant Burner and Proposed Organizational Design of the Entity Associated
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In 2005, the United Nations proposed sustainable development goals (SDG) with 17 objectives as a replacement for millennium development goals (MDGs), as MDGs could not be achieved to their fullest capacity. The third SDG which focuses on ‘ensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being for all at all ages, is a broader goal when compared to the MDG, which concentrates only on maternity and child health. A lot is yet to be done to achieve the complete objective of the third SDG before 2030. Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 7 is to ensure the usage of clean cooking fuel to 100% of households by 2030. An effort of developing a Porous Radiant Burner (PRB) at the Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, Guwahati, India has been made considering these goals. In the present research work, different applications of PRB have been tested for sustainability.
Supervisors: Kalita, Pratul Chandra and Muthukumar, P
Life Cycle Assessment, Techno-economic Assessment, Sustainability, Organizational Design, Business Model