By Hans P. Blaschek, Thaddeus C. Ezeji, J?rgen Scheffran
Conventional agriculture and rising biofuels expertise produce a couple of wastes and by-products, starting from corn fiber and glycerin to animal manure, that experience the capability to function the foundation for extra assets of bioenergy that comes with either liquid biofuels and biogas.
Biofuels from Agricultural Wastes and Byproducts is the 1st booklet to concentration completely at the construction of biofuels basically from agricultural waste and by-products. The publication is split approximately into sections. the 1st part seems at liquid biofuel construction from agricultural byproducts, densification of agricultural residues, and the supply from farm to processing plant of waste and byproducts to be used in biofuel construction. the second one part makes a speciality of anaerobic digestion of foodstuff and animal wastes, microbial range, molecular and biochemical facets of methanogensis.
Together those sections solidify Biofuels from Agricultural Wastes and Byproducts as a definitive resource of knowledge at the use of agricultural waste and by-products in biofuel construction.
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Biofuels from Agricultural Wastes and Byproducts by Hans P. Blaschek, Thaddeus C. Ezeji, J?rgen Scheffran