Biofuel feedstock

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  • Biofuels Engineering Process Technology has many contents: Harvesting Energy from Biochemical Reactions, Microbial Modeling of Biofuel Production, Biofuel Feedstocks, Ethanol Production, Biodiesel, Biological Production of Hydrogen, Microbial Fuel Cells.

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  • Biofuels are gaining public and scientific attention driven by high oil prices, the need for energy security and global warming concerns. There are various social, economic, environmental and technical issues regarding biofuel production and its practical use. This book is intended to address these issues by providing viewpoints written by professionals in the field and the book also covers the economic and environmental impact of biofuels. This text includes 14 chapters contributed by experts around world on the economy, evironment and sustainability of biofuel production and use.

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  • When will the oil run out? Various estimates put this anywhere from 20 years from now to more than a century in the future. The shortfall in energy might eventually be made up by developments in nuclear fusion, fuel cells, and solar technologies, but what can substitute for gasoline and diesel in all the internal combustion enginepowered vehicles that will continue to be built worldwide until then? And what will stand in for petrochemicals as sources of building blocks for the extensive range of “synthetics” that became indispensable during the twentieth century?...

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  • The increasing demand for energy worldwide, together with the depletion of crude oil reserves, environmental threats due to greenhouse gas emissions and new national and international legislation, is resulting in the imperative for petroleum-derived fuels to be complemented or substituted by biofuels. Such an alternative, renewable, biodegradable and nontoxic biofuel is biodiesel. The book “Biodiesel: Feedstocks and Processing Technologies” is intended to provide a professional look on the recent achievements and emerging trends in biodiesel production.

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  • 18 Biodiesel Production Using Karanja (Pongamia pinnata) and Jatropha (Jatropha curcas) Seed Oil Lekha Charan Meher, Satya Narayan Naik, Malaya Kumar Naik, and Ajay Kumar Dalai contents Abstract.................................................................................................................. 255 18.1 Introduction .................................................................................................. 256 18.1.1 Karanja and Jatropha Oils as Feedstock for Biodiesel .................... 257 18.1.2 Fatty Acid Alkyl Esters as Biodiesel ..................................

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  • Section III Production of Biodiesel © 2009 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC 12 Biodiesel Future Current and Perspectives Milford A. Hanna and Loren Isom contents Abstract.................................................................................................................. 177 12.1 Introduction................................................................................................. 177 12.2 Diesel Fuel Markets .................................................................................... 178 12.3 Biodiesel Standards ................................................

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  • This report provides a summary of some of the existing knowledge and literature related to the production of woody biomass from bioenergy with a particular focus on the economic perspective. The most commonly discussed woody biomass feedstocks are described along with results of existing economic modeling studies related to the provision of biomass from short rotation woody crops, harvest residues, and hazardous fuel reduction efforts. Additionally, the existing social science literature is used to highlight some challenges to widespread production of biomass energy.

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  • Research, development and industrialisation of renewable energy are currently moving at a rapid pace worldwide. Biofuels play significant roles in decarbonisation of our future energy needs and act to mitigate deleterious impacts of greenhouse gas emissions. Liquid transportation biofuels (bioethanol and biodiesel) now represent key contributors to the bioenergy portfolios in many countries. National governmental obligations and international directives are mandating the blending of biofuels in petrol (gasoline) and diesel and these are acting as great stimuli to this industrial sector.

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học Minireview cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: Next-generation biomass feedstocks for biofuel production...

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  • This recent technology separates the corn kernel into its components without the soaking step. Depending on the process—several companies currently offer similar technologies—the feedstock may be misted with water before being separated into bran, germ, and the high-starch endosperm portion of the kernel (BioFuels Journal, 2005d,e). The advantages of dry fractionation over processes that require a soak step are threefold: lower costs because less energy is required for drying the feed coproduct, lower emissions, and greater coproduct output because the mash is more highly concentrated.

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  • Thescaleandoperationofthesupplychainofbiomassproductionisinfluencedbygeographic conditions,availabilityandeconomicsoffeedstocksupplyandvolumesofvalueaddedproduct. Energy balance and the environmental impact of the processes and products are essential considerationsinselectingasustainableoption.Thegrowthofbiobasedindustryindeveloping countrieswill require greater investments for both large volume products (e.g. biofuels) and highvalueaddedproducts,suchasbiobasedspecialtychemicalsorconsumergoods.

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