4 edition of Sourcebook of methods of analysis for biomass and biomass conversion processes found in the catalog.
|Statement||T.A. Milne, A.H. Brennan, B.H. Glenn.|
|Contributions||Brennan, A. H., Glenn, Barbara H., Solar Technical Information Program (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||TP360 .M54 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 341,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||341|
|LC Control Number||90042187|
Decision-Making for Biomass-Based Production Chains: The Basic Concepts and Medothologies presents a comprehensive study of key-issues surrounding the integration of strategic, tactical and operational decision levels for supply chains in the biomass, biofuels and biorefining hensive sections cover biomass resources, harvesting, collection, storage and . The textbook covers biomass characterization and discusses facilities, equipment, and standards (e.g. ASTM or NREL) used for analysis. It examines the range of biomass resources available for conversion and presents traditional biomass conversion processes along with extensive biomass characterization data tables, illustrations, and graphical.
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Sourcebook of Methods of Analysis for Biomass and Biomass Conversion Processes by T. Milne (Author), A. Brennan (Author), B. Glenn Cited by: Technical Report: Sourcebook of methods of analysis for biomass and biomass-conversion processes Title: Sourcebook of methods of analysis for biomass and biomass-conversion processes Full Record.
Sourcebook of methods of analysis for biomass and biomass conversion processes Author: Thomas A Milne ; A H Brennan ; Barbara H Glenn ; Solar Technical Information Program (U.S.). Introduction This book deals with the application of techniques and methods of chemical analysis for the study of biomass and its conversion processes, aiming to fill the current gap in the book.
Briefly, some of the major sources of biomass compositional variation derive from local agronomic conditions, drought, harvest season and year, and harvest method.
A further analysis of the sources of biomass variability and its impact on conversion processes has been compiled by Williams et al. Biomass is the predominant renewable energy source and is expected to maintain this position during the first half of this century and also beyond that.
Challenges and future prospects on the conversion of biomass to energy are discussed in this chapter. There are many biomass conversion routes to prepare energy-efficient biofuels. The conversion routes are broadly divided in 4 categories.
The methods are Physical, Agrochemical, Thermochemical and. This chapter describes analytical methods developed to measure plant components with an emphasis on the measurement of components that are important for biomass conversion.
The methods described. In this role-the efficiency of conversion of the biomass to useful energy generally lies between 5% and 15%. (2) the "traditional industrial" use of biomass for the processing of tobacco, tea, pig iron, bricks & tiles, etc, where the biomass feedstock is often regarded as a "free" energy source.
Biomass, Biofuels, Biochemicals: Biofuels: Alternative Feedstocks and Conversion Processes for the Production of Liquid and Gaseous Biofuels, Second Edition, provides general information, basic data and knowledge on one of the most promising renewable energy sources—liquid and gaseous biofuels—and their production and application.
The book. Introduction to Biomass Energy Conversions presents a comprehensive review of biomass resources available for conversion into heat, power, and biofuels.
The textbook covers biomass characterization and discusses facilities, equipment, and standards (e.g. ASTM or NREL) used for analysis. Milne T.A., Brennan A.H.
and Glenn B.H. Sourcebook of Methods of Analysis for Biomass and Biomass Conversion Processes; Solar Technical Information. This book deals with the application of techniques and methods of chemical analysis for the study of biomass and its conversion processes, aiming to fill the current gap in the book.
Chemical conversion methods Biochemical conversion methods III. BIOFUEL Bio-fuel is a fuel that is produced from living organisms. These fuels are prepared by a biomass conversion (biomass refers to recently living organisms, most often referring to plants or plant by-product substances).
This conversion of biomass results into fuels in solid. Focusing on the conversion of biomass into gas or liquid fuels the book covers physical pre-treatment technologies, thermal, chemical and biochemical conversion technologies • Details the latest biomass characterization techniques • Explains the biochemical and thermochemical conversion processes • Discusses the development of integrated biorefineries, which are similar to petroleum refineries in concept, covering such topics as reactor configurations and downstream processing.
• Methods of analysis and enzymatic conversion of biomass streams • Experimental pretreatment systems from multiwell plates to pilot plant operations This comprehensive reference book provides an authoritative source of information on the pretreatment of cellulosic biomass to aid those experienced in the field to access the most current information on the topic.
An efficient way of recycling waste biomass is to use it as a substrate in biological processes.A sustainable solution should also be consistent with the green chemistry concept, according to which processes should be designed and conducted to minimize hazards to the natural environment.
Biomass is a sustainable and reliable energy resource 2. The growth rate of biomass energy use is about 1 % each year 3. Technological barriers have to be overcame in order to promote the bioenergy development: – Upgrading the bio-fuel quality by extracting harmful species especially for biogas and syngas (ammonium, sulfur.
WET PROCESSES Chemical reduction: •Chemical reduction is the least developed of the biomass conversion processes.
•Pressure- cooking the animal waste or plant cellulosic slurry with alkaline catalyst in the presence of carbon monoxide at temperature oc and the organic matter converted into mixture of oil.
Pyrolysis • Thermal conversion (destruction) of organics in the absence of oxygen • In the biomass community, this commonly refers to lower temperature thermal processes producing liquids as the primary product • Possibility of chemical and food byproducts Gasification • Thermal conversion of organic materials at elevated temperature and reducing conditions to produce primarily.
Focusing on the conversion of biomass into gas or liquid fuels the book covers physical pre-treatment technologies, thermal, chemical and biochemical conversion technologies • Details the latest biomass characterization techniques • Explains the biochemical and thermochemical conversion processes.This Special issue aims at exploring the most advanced solutions in biomass and waste pretreatment and fractionation techniques, together with novel (thermo)chemical and biochemical processes for the conversion of fractionated cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin to bioenergy, bio-based chemicals, and biomaterials, including application of such.This book discusses the biorefinery of biomass feedstocks.
In-depth chapters highlight the scientific and technical aspects and present a techno-economic analysis of such systems. By using a TEA approach, the authors present feasible pathways for conversion of biomass.