Bioenergy

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  • Author : Anju Dahiya
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 890 pages
  • ISBN : 0128154985
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Bioenergy

Bioenergy
  • Author : Anju Dahiya
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 09 April 2020
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Bioenergy: Biomass to Biofuels and Waste to Energy, 2nd Edition presents a complete overview of the bioenergy value chain, from feedstock to end products. It examines current and emerging feedstocks and advanced processes and technologies enabling the development of all possible alternative energy sources. Divided into seven parts, bioenergy gives thorough consideration to topics such as feedstocks, biomass production and utilization, life-cycle analysis, energy return on invested, integrated sustainability assessments, conversions technologies, biofuels economics, business, and policy. In addition, contributions

Waste and Biodiesel

Waste and Biodiesel
  • Author : Bhaskar Singh,Abhishek Guldhe
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 15 November 2021
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Waste and Biodiesel: Feedstocks and Precursors for Catalysts is a comprehensive reference on waste material utilization at various stages of the biodiesel production process, providing a critical evaluation of the potential applications and technological advances of wastes for biodiesel production. The book discusses the technologies for converting cooking oil and waste animal fats to biodiesel, and the efficacy of municipal waste derived lipids in biodiesel production. The use of wastewater-grown microalgae feedstock, oleaginous fungi, bacteria & yeast produced using waste substrate

Development of Heterogeneous Catalyst from Waste for Biodiesel Production

Development of Heterogeneous Catalyst from Waste for Biodiesel Production
  • Author : Beenish Shah
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 28 October 2021
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Homogeneous catalysts have several disadvantages in biodiesel production such as large amount of soap production, it is corrosive to equipment, cannot be reused, produces large amount of wastewater for purification steps, hence increasing the overall cost of biodiesel production. To overcome these problems in production of biodiesel this study looks into alternatives of employing heterogeneous catalyst from waste resources. The waste food material namely crab shell, egg shell and fish bone is selected as heterogeneous catalysts, for biodiesel synthesis by

Assessment of Selected Sustainability Aspects of Biodiesel Production

Assessment of Selected Sustainability Aspects of Biodiesel Production
  • Author : Qingshi Tu
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 28 October 2021
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Biodiesel has been in commercial use for more than a decade with several known benefits: reducing the nation's reliance on petroleum import, significant reduction in the emission of air pollutants and green house gases (GHGs), and comparable fuel properties to the petroleum diesel. However, expansion of the biodiesel industry has also resulted in some concerns. As an example, the "food vs. fuel" debate reflects the competition of biodiesel with food supply when edible seed-oils, such as soybean oil, are used

Food Waste to Valuable Resources

Food Waste to Valuable Resources
  • Author : Rajesh Banu,Gopalakrishnan Kumar,Gunasekaran M.,Kavitha S.
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 28 April 2020
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Food Waste to Valuable Resources: Applications and Management compiles current information pertaining to food waste, placing particular emphasis on the themes of food waste management, biorefineries, valuable specialty products and technoeconomic analysis. Following its introduction, this book explores new valuable resource technologies, the bioeconomy, the technoeconomical evaluation of food-waste-based biorefineries, and the policies and regulations related to a food-waste-based economy. It is an ideal reference for researchers and industry professionals working in the areas of food waste valorization, food science

Run Your Diesel Vehicle on Biofuels A Do It Yourself Manual

Run Your Diesel Vehicle on Biofuels  A Do It Yourself Manual
  • Author : Jon Starbuck,Gavin Harper
  • Publisher : McGraw Hill Professional
  • Release : 01 December 2008
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CONVERT TO BIODIESEL FOR A MORE ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY RIDE Run Your Diesel Vehicle on Biofuels has everything you need to make the switch from expensive, environment-damaging carbon fuel to cheap (and, in many cases, free), clean fuel for your vehicle. Practical and decidedly apolitical, this unique guide focuses on technical details, parts, and instructions. Inside, you'll find step-by-step instructions accompanied by helpful illustrations for such projects as building and properly using a homemade biodiesel reactor, which enables you to drive

FEASIBILITY OF WASTE COOKING O

FEASIBILITY OF WASTE COOKING O
  • Author : Lai-Ling Li
  • Publisher : Open Dissertation Press
  • Release : 26 January 2017
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This dissertation, "The Feasibility of Waste Cooking Oil as Biodiesel in Hong Kong" by Lai-ling, Li, 李麗玲, was obtained from The University of Hong Kong (Pokfulam, Hong Kong) and is being sold pursuant to Creative Commons: Attribution 3.0 Hong Kong License. The content of this dissertation has not been altered in any way. We have altered the formatting in order to facilitate the ease of printing and reading of the dissertation. All rights not granted by the above license are retained by

Energy from Toxic Organic Waste for Heat and Power Generation

Energy from Toxic Organic Waste for Heat and Power Generation
  • Author : Debabrata Barik
  • Publisher : Woodhead Publishing
  • Release : 07 November 2018
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Energy from Toxic Organic Waste for Heat and Power Generation presents a detailed analysis on using scientific methods to recover and reuse energy from Toxic waste. Dr. Barik and his team of expert authors recognize that there has been a growing rise in the quantum and diversity of toxic waste materials produced by human activity, and as such there is an increasing need to adopt new methods for the safe regeneration and minimization of waste produce around the world. It

Biofuel Energy spent coffee grounds biodiesel bioethanol and solid fuel

Biofuel Energy  spent coffee grounds biodiesel  bioethanol and solid fuel
  • Author : Mebrahtu Haile
  • Publisher : diplom.de
  • Release : 08 August 2014
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In this study, the use of waste coffee grounds for biodiesel producution, its solid by-product after oil extraction for bioethanol generation, and the second by-product after bioethanol generation for solid fuel generation is explored. For the study, waste coffee grounds samples were gathered from TOMOCA PLC, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The oil was then concentrated utilizing n-hexane and brought about an oil yield of 19.73 %w/w. The biodiesel was acquired by a two-stage process, i.e. acid catalyzed esterification followed by

Recycling of Solid Waste for Biofuels and Bio chemicals

Recycling of Solid Waste for Biofuels and Bio chemicals
  • Author : Obulisamy Parthiba Karthikeyan,Kirsten Heimann,Subramanian Senthilkannan Muthu
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 10 August 2016
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This book presents the latest advances in and current research perspectives on the field of urban/industrial solid waste recycling for bio-energy and bio-fuel recovery. It chiefly focuses on five main thematic areas, namely bioreactor landfills coupled with energy and nutrient recovery; microbial insights into anaerobic digestion; greenhouse emission assessment; pyrolysis techniques for special waste treatment; and industrial waste stabilization options. In addition, it compiles the results of case studies and solid waste management perspectives from different countries.

Biodiesel Fuels

Biodiesel Fuels
  • Author : Ozcan Konur
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 06 May 2021
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This first volume of the Handbook of Biodiesel and Petrodiesel Fuels presents a representative sample of the population papers in the field of biodiesel fuels in general. Part I provides an overview of the research field on both biodiesel and petrodiesel fuels highlighting primary and secondary research fronts in these fields. Part II presents a representative sample of the population papers in the field of biooils covering major research fronts. The research on the biooils is a fundamental part of

Biofuels from Food Waste

Biofuels from Food Waste
  • Author : Antoine Prandota Trzcinski
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 21 August 2017
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According to the UN's Food & Agricultural Organization (FAO), one third of food produced globally for human consumption (nearly 1.3 billion tons) is lost annually. Food waste has often been incinerated with other combustible municipal wastes for possible recovery of heat or other forms of energy, however, incineration is not cost-effective, and can cause air pollution. Due to its organics- and nutrient-rich nature, food waste could be viewed as a useful resource for production of high-value platform chemicals through fermentation. This book