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Fuels from biomass program

Fuels from biomass program

program summary, January 1978.

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Published by U.S. Department of Energy, Division of Solar Technology, For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biomass energy -- Research -- United States.,
  • Fuel -- Research -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of Energy. Division of Solar Technology.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 98 p. :
    Number of Pages98
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16084915M

    Biomass is plant or animal material used for energy production (electricity or heat), or in various industrial processes as raw substance for a range of products. It can be purposely grown energy crops (e.g. miscanthus, switchgrass), wood or forest residues, waste from food crops (wheat straw, bagasse), horticulture (yard waste), food processing (corn cobs), animal farming (manure, rich in. Biomass and the Environment Biomass can pollute the air when it is burned, though not as much as fossil fuels. Burning biomass fuels does not produce pollutants like sulfur, which can cause acid rain. Growing plants for biomass fuel may help to reduce greenhouse gases, since plants use carbon dioxide and produce oxygen as they grow.

    Fuels The cost of biomass fuel from mill wastes and urban wood wastes can range from about $0/MBtu to about $/MBtu, depending on the distance from the fuel source to the power plant. Getting to zero fuel cost depends on locating a power plant in an urban area next to a wood waste processor, or next to a large sawmill or group of Size: KB.   U.S. DOE Biomass Program: 1/1/ Reports: U.S. DOE Biomass Program. Vision written by the U.S. agricultural, forestry, and chemical communities based on a workshop in December, The vision outlines what plant/crop-based resources are, and how investment and utilization of these resources could be developed by the year

    Biofuel, renewable energy source that is derived from plant, algal, or animal biomass. Biofuel is advocated as a cost-effective and environmentally benign alternative to petroleum and other fossil fuels. Learn more about the types and manufacture of biofuels . Biomass has a lower “energy density” than fossil fuels. As much as 50% of biomass is water, which is lost in the energy conversion process. Scientists and engineers estimate that it is not economically efficient to transport biomass more than kilometers ( miles) from where it is processed.


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In the future, biomass has the potential to provide a cost-effective and sustainable supply of energy. This book addresses biomass energy technologies and the development of virgin and waste biomass as renewable, indigenous, energy resources for the production of heat, steam, and electric power, as well as solid, liquid, and gaseous fuels that are suitable as substitutes for fossil fuels and their refined products.

Presently, syngas is produced primarily from natural gas, but it can also be produced from biomass, solid fossil fuels, and liquid fuels. Interest in biomass as a chemical feedstock is rising given that it is renewable and carbon-neutral.

Ethanol is made from crops such as corn and sugar cane that are fermented to produce fuel ethanol for use in vehicles. Biodiesel is produced from vegetable oils and animal fats and can be used in vehicles and as heating oil. How much biomass is used for fuel. Biomass fuels provided about 5% of total primary energy use in the United States in Lesson Additional Processes for Fuels from Biomass Author: Caroline Burgess Clifford, Senior Research Associate, Energy Institute, The Pennsylvania State University.

This courseware module is part of Penn State's College of Earth and Mineral Sciences' OER Initiative. which biomass fuels are derived fix carbon dioxide as they grow, so their use does not add to the levels of atmospheric carbon. In addition, using refuse as a fuel avoids polluting landfill disposal.

Alcohols and other fuels produced by biomass are efficient, viable, and relatively clean burning. Biomass is easily available and can be grown with. This important book: Provides a comprehensive review of innovative catalysts, catalytic processes, and catalyst design -Offers a guide to one of the most promising ways to find useful alternatives for fossil fuel resources -Includes information on the most abundant and important types of biomass feedstocks.

BIOMASS ENERGY: PO BoxMontpelier, Vermont • ph • Fax • Efficiency, Scale, and Sustainability Energy supply and use is a national priority and a major focus of national, state, and local policy mak-ers File Size: 86KB.

About this book. There is increasing recognition that low-cost, high capacity processes for the conversion of biomass into fuels and chemicals are essential for expanding the utilization of carbon neutral processes, reducing dependency on fossil fuel resources, and increasing rural income.

As the world continues to deplete its nonrenewable resources, there has begun a shift toward using renewable materials for the production of fuels and chemicals.

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Biomass fuels are organic materials produced in a renewable manner. Two categories of biomass fuels, woody fuels and animal wastes, comprise the vast majority of available biomass fuels. Municipal solid waste (MSW) is also a source of biomass fuel. Biomass fuels have low energy densities compared to.

Liquid Fuels from Biomass Robert L. McCormick (with thanks to Michael A. Pacheco) Aug •Recent Biomass Program 30x30 in liquid fuel per unit of biomass Effective utilization of biomass as hydrogen carrier H2 storage/carrier. Liquid Transportation Fuels from Coal and Biomass provides a snapshot of the potential costs of liquid fuels from biomass by biochemical conversion and from biomass and coal by thermochemical conversion.

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Biomass Conversion Technologies 3. Commercial Biomass Energy Markets and Economics 4. Environmental Impacts Glossary barrels of oil equivalent (boe) The total energy content of a. Thermochemical Processing of Biomassas well as several book chapters on related topics.?Dr.

Brown's other administrative duties include directing the Center for Sustainable Environmental Technologies, a $3 million per year research enterprise focusing on thermochemical processing of biomass and fossil fuels. The center has pioneered a. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jones, J.

L. (Jerry Latham), Mission analysis for the Federal fuels from biomass program. [Washington]: The Branch. Energy and fuels derived from biomass could someday provide a portion of the nation’s energy needs. | Photo courtesy of Idaho National Laboratory.

The Bioenergy Feedstock Library contains no books. What it does contain is information about biomass -- organic material such as corn stover, switchgrass, wood chips and wheat straw.Biomass-based renewable hydrocarbon fuels are nearly identical to the petroleum-based fuels they are designed to replace—so they're compatible with today's engines, pumps, and other infrastructure.

Currently one commercial scale facility (World Energy in Paramount, California) is producing renewable diesel from waste fats, oils, and greases.