Content tagged "biomass utilization"

Ethanol from Biomass

Wood Energy Updated: December 02, 2013

Introduction Ethanol, also known as ethyl alcohol or grain alcohol, is a flammable, tasteless, colorless, mildly toxic alcohol having a fairly...

Ethanol from Biomass

Wood Energy Updated: November 26, 2013

 Introduction Ethanol, also known as ethyl alcohol or grain alcohol, is a flammable, tasteless, colorless, mildly toxic alcohol having a fairly...

Ash Content

Wood Energy Updated: September 09, 2013

Introduction Ash from woody biomass comes from the minerals present in the structure of trees and shrubs in addition to any soil contamination. Properties of...

Bio-based Products

Wood Energy Updated: September 09, 2013

Introduction Petroleum-based feedstocks have dominated as industrial inputs over the past century. The rising petroleum prices, a decline in petroleum...

Biomass Chemical Products

Wood Energy Updated: September 09, 2013

Introduction Numerous opportunities are emerging to expand industrial needs through the production and processing of biological materials. Biological...

Energy Basics

Wood Energy Updated: September 09, 2013

Introduction Energy is one of the main applications of woody biomass and forest residues. Wood is the main source of energy for more than 2 billion people...

Bioenergy

Wood Energy Updated: September 09, 2013

Introduction Renewable energy is any energy generated from the sun, wind, water, hydrogen, Earth’s natural heat (geothermal), or biomass. In 2003, biomass...

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