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The opportunity for commercial-scale bioenergy production is assessed within the context of the commercial risk elements underlying investment in bioenergy technology. A case study is described involving the production of methane from forest residues and MSW available in the central North Island...
Three important public policy problems—dependence upon imported oil, environmental degradation and the cost of cropland diversion—may be addressed by using cropland to produce biomass for conversion to liquid fuels. This study was conducted to determine the cost of producing and transporting...
Equations were developed to estimate components of above-ground woody biomass, as a function of diameter, height, spacing and age for two hybrid poplar clones in western Washington. Independent and harmonized fitting techniques are compared. With the small sample sizes that are unavoidable in...
An experiment was established in central New York State in 1987 to determine the effect of spacing and fertilization on wood biomass production of one willow clone grown with intensive culture and harvested annually. Spacings were 0.15 × 0.15, 0.30 × 0.30 and 0.46 × 0.46 m. Half of the plots...
In studies of the direct aqueous liquefaction of protein-contained biomass such as sewage sludge, nitrogen derived from proteins is distributed in both the oil and aqueous phases. The nitrogen in the oil is very difficult to remove by hydrotreatment over nickel/molybdenum catalysts. Egg albumin...
The availability and exportable electricity-production potential of bagasse and sugarcane residues are estimated for various technologies which determine steam production and utilisation at cogenerating sugar factories. Almost 565 kg of fibrous sugarcane biomass (expressed as kilogrammes of...
Different final treatments for light fractions from anaerobically digested pig wastes (1 mm) and coarse fractions (> 2 mm or obtained by flocculation) have been carried out. Coarse fractions may be treated in a batch reactor for a long residence time (60 days), at 35°C, in order to produce a...
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