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Page: Biobutanol Processing
Butanol is an important bulk chemical with a wide range of possibilities for subsequent processing and use. Butanol has been produced almost exclusively via petrochemical ways since 1950. At that time common fermentation techniques were displaced because of low ...
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Page: Bioethanol Processing
use and combustion of fossil fuels is responsible for 73 % of the CO{}2 production in the atmosphere and therefore extremely contributes to global warming, the interest in the development of methods, reducing green house gases, has been increased enormously. In order to control such emissions, many ...
Other labels: biomass, renewable-energy, technology, fuel-properties, bioethanol-production, sources-of-energy, ethanol, feedstock
Page: Biomass from Algae
Renewable biofuels are of great importance for the displacement of petroleoumderived transport fuels, in order to reduce gaseous emissions, e.g. fossil CO{}2, nitrogen and sulphur oxides and their purported greenhouse, climatic changes and global warming effects, as well as to face the frequent oil ...
Other labels: biomass, renewable-energy, macroalgae, sources-of-energy, microalgae, biodiesel, algae, bioethanol
Page: Economics of algal biofuel production
costs for the production of algal oil depends on many factors, e.g. Yield of biomass Oil content Scale of production systems Costs for recovering of oil from algal biomass. Currently, algaloil production is still far more expensive than petroleum ...
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Page: Feedstocks for bioethanol production
Feedstocks for biofuel production are e.g. plant oils sugar beets cereals organic waste processed biomass All feedstocks, which contain amounts of sugar, as well as materials, that can be converted to sugar (e.g. starch or cellulose) can be used in a fermentation ...
Other labels: biomass, bioethanol-production, plant-oils, sugar-beet, sugar-cane, feedstock, bioethanol, bioenergy
Page: Microalgae
Microalgae are photosynthetic microorganisms that convert sunlight, water and carbon dioxide to algal biomass. The use of microalgae can be a suitable alternative feedstock for next generation biofuels (biofuels of 3{}{}{}rd{} generation). For a comparison of possible feedstocks for production of biodiesel and their oil yield ...
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Page: Processing of lignocellulosic material to bioethanol
conversion of lignocellulosic material to monomeric sugars (e.g. C5 and C6 sugars) is more difficult than the conversion of starch. There are numerous features, which have to be considered additionally, compared to bioethanol production using sugar\ or starchbased feedstocks. One of them is an ...
Other labels: ssf, bioethanol-production, lignocellulosic-materials, fermentation, feedstock, bioethanol, bioenergy, hydrolysis
Page: Process of microalgal oil production
process for the production of biofuel using microalgal biomass is shown in Figure 1. First of all, there is the microalgal biomass production step (requires light, carbon dioxide, water and inorganic nutrients, e.g. nitrates, phosphates, iron and some trace elements). About ...
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Page: Status of world-wide ethanol production
growth in the fuel ethanol industry, which has taken place over recent years has been remarkable. Since 2000, dynamic and almost uncontrolled growth of ethanol supply and demand (led mainly by Brazil and the United States) has taken ...
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Page: World-wide ethanol production
Worldwide production of ethanol more than doubled from 2003 to 2009 and in the near future, it will continue to increase.  In 2000, the worldwide production of bioethanol accounted for about 8 billion US gallons, compared to 2007, where it more than doubled ...
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