Case Studies of Holistic Approach to Engineering: GNH- Engineering
Keywords:GNH engineering, Arsenic-safe water, rice wastewater to biogas, stack pot heater/disinfector
AbstractThe ethos of Lama Drukpa Kunley of: “Outwardly, I live for my pleasure and inwardly I do everything in the right moment” can be the research ethos of engineering researchers to solve problems of communities they reside in. This paper with the help of three case studies outline what good can be done by some simple research and innovation to help the communities by solving their pressing needs as expels of GNH engineering. The case studies were: 1. Ensuring that people have arsenic safe water in Phuentsholing, Bhutan, 2. Making biogas from waste rice cooking wastewater using a homemade reactor with waste plastic chemical drum, and 3. The Stack Pot Heater to disinfect water and produce drinking water.
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