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Energy Science and Technology Vol. 7: Bioenergy

Author Name : Ram Prasad, Sri Sivakumar and Umesh Chandra Sharma

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  • Publisher : Studium Press LLC
  • Edition : 1st
  • ISBN 10 : 1-626990-68-9
  • Page no : 786
  • Publication Year : 2015
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Biomass is the plant matter created by photosynthesis process in which water and carbon dioxide in presence of solar energy is converted into organic matter. Biomass includes anything that is not a fossil fuel and is bio-organic based. The use of fuel wood collected from natural forests for bioenergy production is as old as fire itself and in many undeveloped societies is still a major source of energy. Bioenergy has gained great attention in recent past due to environmental considerations and the increase in worldwide energy demand. Bioenergy is clean because it has negligible content of sulfur, nitrogen and ash-forming constituents resulting in lower emissions of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides and soot than conventional fossil fuels. In addition, bioenergy is carbon dioxide neutral since, when burnt, only the carbon dioxide collected during its growth is released into the atmosphere. The volume 7 analyzes the bioenergy as a sustainable and renewable energy option. A partial list of the topics covered in this volume is as follows: • Bioenergy for environmental sustainability • Biomass as a potential sustainable source of energy • Energetic potential of plant biomass as a renewable source of biofuels • Biofuels: a step towards green energy • Liquid biofuels usable in motorized transport • Conversion of biomass into conventional fuel • Catalytic conversion of biomass into biofuels and value added chemicals • Biomass conversion technologies for low biomass producing countries • Thermal behaviours in biomass to biofuel conversion • Natural zeolites as catalysts for biofuel production • Biofuel production by lignolytic enzymes • Conversion of eucalypt forestry waste residues to biofuels • Biofuel production from waste of starting dates in Algeria • Bioethanol production from lignocellulosic agricultural waste in Indonesia • Bioethanol from agro-industrial residues as feedstock • Production and characterization of ethyl ethanoate from cassava peel • Technological aspects and environmental consequences of biodiesel • Non-catalytic transesterification reaction for biodiesel production • Sustainable microalgal biotechnology for biodiesel production • Innovative microalgae utilization with enhanced process integration • Biodiesel from waste cooking oil: elaboration and combustion modelling • Production of biodiesel from waste frying oil using heterogeneous catalyst The volume 7 contains 33 chapters from 84 researchers and/or academicians representing 21 nations, namely Algeria, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Egypt, Estonia, France, India, Indonesia, Iran, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Malaysia, Nigeria, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, Spain and Turkey giving an overview of the various research activities being carried out in different parts of the world in the field of Bioenergy
Title Energy Science and Technology Vol. 7: Bioenergy
Table of Content Foreword to the Series. Editorial Board. About the Editors. List of Contributors. About the Series. Preface. Bioenergy for Environmental Sustainability (BRAZIL, BELGIUM). Biomass and Bioenergy (BRAZIL, ESPANA). Biomass-Potential Sustainable Source of Energy (INDIA). Biomass Energy (TURKEY). Kinetic Studies on Pyrolysis of Beech Wood Biomass (SERBIA). Biomass as A Source of Viable Energy (SPAIN). Biomass Energy and its Potential in Malaysia MUHAMMAD AZIM JAMALUDDIN (MALAYSIA). Energetic Potential of Plant Biomass as a Renewable Source of Biofuels – A Review (ISRAEL). Biofuels (IRAN). Alternative Source of Energy, Biofuels: A Steps towards Green Energy (INDIA, ISRAEL). Biofuels: Prospects and Confronts (INDIA). Biofuel Developments and Perspectives in Asia (ITALY). Biofuels in Portugal: A Way to Sustainability (PORTUGAL). Liquid Biofuels Usable in Motorized Transport (ESTONIA). Conversion of Biomass into Conventional Fuel (INDIA). Microbial Conversion of Plant Biomass to Biofuel (Egypt). Thermochemical Conversion of Biomass (SPAIN). Catalytic Conversion of Biomass into Biofuels and Sustainable Value Added Chemicals (INDIA). Biomass Conversion Technologies for Countries with Low Biomass Production Potential (BELGIUM). Biomass to Biofuel Conversion: Role of Devolatilization, Fuel Index, Ash Agglomeration (INDIA). Natural Zeolites as Catalysts for Biofuel Production (KENYA). Biofuel Production by Ligninolytic Enzymes (INDIA). Conversion of Eucalypt Forestry Residues to Biofuels (AUSTRALIA). A Techno-Economic Evaluation of Bio fuel Production from Waste of Starting Dates in South Algeria (ALGERIA). The Opportunity of Bioethanol Production from Lignocellulosic Agricultural Waste in Indonesia (INDONESIA). Production of Sustainable Energy Source: Bio-ethanol from Agro-Industrial Residues as Feedstock (INDIA). Optimization and Characterization of Ethyl Ethanoate Produced from Cellulosic Bioethanol using an Organic Acid (NIGERIA). Biodiesel—Technological Aspects and Environmental Consequences (POLAND). Non-catalytic Transesterification Reaction for Biodiesel Fuel Production (MALAYSIA). Sustainable Microalgal Biotechnology for Biodiesel Production (BRAZIL). Innovative Microalgae Utilization with Enhanced Process Integration (JAPAN). Biodiesel from Waste Cooking Oil: Elaboration and Combustion Modeling (FRANCE). Production of Biodiesel from Waste Frying Oil Using Heterogeneous Catalyst (INDIA). Appendix-I: Table of Contents of Energy Science and Technology (Vols. 1 to 12). Subject Index.
Page No. 786
Author's Name Ram Prasad, Sri Sivakumar and Umesh Chandra Sharma
Publisher Studium Press LLC
Year Of Publication 2015
ISBN 10 1-626990-68-9
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