Label: biomass

All content with label biomass.
Related Labels: table, feedstock, phosphor, biodiesel, cl, renewable-energy, bioenergy, classification, bacteria, ethanol, figure, sugar-beet, macroalgae, cellulose, development, open-pond-system, power-point, learning-tool, process, more »

Page: 1 P incorporation in biomass (REBEL WP8: Biotechnology)
P compounds are vitally important for bacteria rebwp8:Bacteria to build their physical body (empirical value BOD5 rebwp8:BOD5 : N : P = 100 : 5 : 1). As the phosphate content in domestic waste water is however higher, only approx. 3040 ...
Other labels: figure, narrative-text, phosphor, biotechnology, bacteria, wastewater-treatment, waste-water
Page: Bioethanol Processing (REBEL WP7: Bioenergy)
use and combustion of fossil fuels is responsible for 73 % of the CO{}2 production in the atmosphere and therefore extremely contributes to global warming, the interest in the development of methods, reducing green house gases, has been increased enormously. In order to control such emissions, many ...
Other labels: renewable-energy, technology, fuel-properties, bioethanol-production, sources-of-energy, ethanol, feedstock, bioethanol
Page: Bioethanol production of 2nd generation (REBEL WP7: Bioenergy)
Brazil, the production of bioethanol is based on sugar cane as feedstock, in the US and Europe, bioethanol is produced primarily from starch (cereal and corn). The European market in biofuels is expected to increase considerably in the near future. Within the next decade, a wider use of renewable ...
Other labels: bioethanol-production, lignocellulosic-materials, hemicellulose, milling, feedstock, bioethanol, bioenergy, lignin
Page: Biogas Production (REBEL WP7: Bioenergy)
HISTORY{} In 1776 the Italian physicist and nature scientist Alessandro Volta discovered the appearance of methane at the anaerobic degradation of organic matter by connecting marsh gas in the mud of lakes and making combustion experiments. In 1821 the English physicist Michael Faraday identified methane ...
Other labels: biogas, raw-materials, development, biogas-production, bioenergy, figure, narrative-text
Page: Biomass from Agriculture and Forests (REBEL WP7: Bioenergy)

Other labels: learning-tool, sources-of-energy, bioenergy, forests, power-point, agriculture
Page: Biomass from Algae (REBEL WP7: Bioenergy)
Renewable biofuels are of great importance for the displacement of petroleoumderived transport fuels, in order to reduce gaseous emissions, e.g. fossil CO{}2, nitrogen and sulphur oxides and their purported greenhouse, climatic changes and global warming effects, as well as to face the frequent oil ...
Other labels: renewable-energy, macroalgae, sources-of-energy, microalgae, biodiesel, algae, bioethanol, biofuel
Page: Combustion processes (REBEL WP7: Bioenergy)
Combustion Combustion of biomass is in the best case a complete oxidation of the fuel. \> C{}x{}H{}y{}O{}z O{}2\> CO{}2 H{}2{}O Due to the released heat the reaction product is a hot gas, which may ...
Other labels: combustion, cl, bioenergy, narrative-text
Page: Economics of algal biofuel production (REBEL WP7: Bioenergy)
costs for the production of algal oil depends on many factors, e.g. Yield of biomass Oil content Scale of production systems Costs for recovering of oil from algal biomass. Currently, algaloil production is still far more expensive than petroleum ...
Other labels: biofuel-production, oil, algae, biofuel, bioenergy, costs, narrative-text
Page: Feedstocks for bioethanol production (REBEL WP7: Bioenergy)
Feedstocks for biofuel production are e.g. plant oils sugar beets cereals organic waste processed biomass All feedstocks, which contain amounts of sugar, as well as materials, that can be converted to sugar (e.g. starch or cellulose) can be used in a fermentation ...
Other labels: bioethanol-production, plant-oils, sugar-beet, sugar-cane, feedstock, bioethanol, biofuel, bioenergy
Page: Medium-scale to large-scale combustion applications (REBEL WP7: Bioenergy)
Mediumscale to largescale combustion applications Small particles combust relatively fast and can be combusted in entrained flow combustion applications for pulverized fuels. The particle size should be less than about 75┬Ám 1 createpage.action?spaceKey=rebwp7&title ...
Other labels: combustion, bioenergy, narrative-text