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Analysis of ethanol production potential from cellulosic feedstocks

J. E. Stone

Analysis of ethanol production potential from cellulosic feedstocks

by J. E. Stone

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Published by John Stone & Associates Ltd. in Aylmer, Qué .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Alcohol.,
  • Biomass chemicals.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby J.E. Stone ; prepared for the Conservation and Renewable Energy Branch, Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, Ottawa, Ontario ; scientific authority: Allan Dolenko.
    ContributionsDolenko Allan, Canada. Dept. of Energy, Mines and Resources.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP593 .S86 1982
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 52, [10] p. :
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15471199M

    Cellulosic ethanol can be produced from a diverse array of feedstocks, such as wood pulp from trees or any plant matter. Instead of taking the grain from wheat and grinding that down to get starchand gluten, then taking the starch, cellulosic ethanol production involves the use of the whole crop. Cellulosic Ethanol Production. Commercial-scale cellulosic ethanol production has gained reasonable momentum during the first five months of Figure 1 shows the monthly production of cellulosic ethanol in In May , the United States produced , gallons of cellulosic ethanol compared with , gallons in April, an increase.

    Merrick most recently led the process design and construction support at NREL's cellulosic ethanol research and development facility in Golden, Colo. AE Biofuels is working to commercialize its patent-pending cellulosic ethanol technology. Its subsidiary, Universal Biofuels, owns a 50 MMgy biodiesel .   Using cellulosic and lignocellulosic material as feedstocks in production of bio-ethanol is as efficient as starch-based feedstocks and is important since the green house gas emission from this bio-ethanol is reduced by up to 80% compared to the 40–60% of the first generation bio-fuels (Londo et Cited by:

    The grasses in Thailand were analyzed for the potentiality as the alternative energy crops for cellulosic ethanol production by biological process. The average percentage composition of cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignin in the samples of 18 types of grasses from various provinces was determined as –, –, and &#x;, by: Describe biofuels produced in and projected to be produced and consumed by using RFS-compliant feedstocks primarily from U.S. forests and farmland. The projections were to include per-unit cost of production. Review model projections and other estimates of the relative effects of.


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Analysis of ethanol production potential from cellulosic feedstocks by J. E. Stone Download PDF EPUB FB2

The cellulosic ethanol production refers to the processes converting cellulosic feedstocks (i.e. corn stover, wheat and rice straw, sugarcane bagasse, wood or grass) to ethanol. A recent paper on a comparative energy assessment of corn and stover based ethanol concludes stover is a better feedstock than corn from a perspective of energy conservation [8].Cited by: Cellulosic Ethanol Feedstock Types.

Potential of Agricultural Wastes. Major Crop Residue Feedstock. Forestry Residue, Logging and Mill Residue. Grass Feedstocks. Purpose‐Grown Trees as Feedstock. Municipal and Other Waste as Feedstock for Cellulosic Ethanol. Hess JR, Wright CT, Kenney KL () Cellulosic biomass feedstocks and logistics for ethanol production.

Biofuel Bioprod Biorefin 1(1)– Google Scholar Howard RL, Abotsi E, Van Rensburg JEL, Howard S () Lignocellulose biotechnology: issues of bioconversion and enzyme : Boutros F. Sarrouh, Júlio C.

dos Santos, Mário Antônio A. Cunha, Ricardo F. Branco. Consequently, large-scale production of ethanol will most certainly have to be based from lingo-cellulosic feedstocks. Forest woody biomass is a renewable lingo-cellulosic raw material that is: (i) more evenly distributed in geographical grids than fossil fuel, (ii) minimize the potential conflict.

The results suggest that biogas slurry is a potential alternative to water when pretreating corn straw and, thus, has important potential applications in cellulosic ethanol production from corn straw.

Energy efficiency of ethanol production from cellulosic feedstock Article (PDF Available) in Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews May with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

of biological hydrogen production [5,] and a potential low-cost approach to cellulosic ethanol production because of the avoided cost of purchasing exogenous enzyme cocktails and using multiple reac-tors or holding vessels for the fermenta-tion process [8,].

Even though CBP offers the greatest potential to become the. based ethanol is currently produced using a variety of agricul-tural feedstocks such as maize, sugarcane, wheat, sugar beet, molasses, cassava as well as cellulosic biomass.

Ethanol rep-resents an interesting example of a bio-based chemical that is currently produced in. @article{osti_, title = {Cellulosic feedstock production on Conservation Reserve Program land: potential yields and environmental effects}, author = {LeDuc, Stephen D. and Zhang, Xuesong and Clark, Christopher M.

and Izaurralde, R. César}, abstractNote = {Producing biofuel feedstocks on current agricultural land raises questions of a ‘food-vs.-fuel’ trade-off. About a third of US corn production is used to produce ethanol, resulting in ethanol comprising % of finished gasoline blends in the US (McPhail et al., ).

Alternatively, cellulosic biofuels are produced from low resource-intensive biomass, and can provide much greater supplies and environmental benefits than food-based biofuels (Hill et al., ).

However, cellulosic biofuel production has boosted rural economies since production facilities are located in rural areas where feedstocks are abundant.

The cellulosic ethanol market is expected to experience substantial growth in the coming years owing to various national commitments and availability of natural resources/5(25). @article{osti_, title = {Ethanol and methanol from cellulosic biomass}, author = {Wyman, C E and Bain, R L and Hinman, N D and Stevens, D J}, abstractNote = {Cellulosic biomass includes agricultural and forestry wastes, municipal solid waste, and energy crops.

Enough ethanol or methanol could be made from cellulosic biomass in countries such as the United States to replace all gasoline.

Potential Feedstocks, Biofuel Markets, Corn and Cellulosic Ethanol: The Digest’s Multi-Slide Guide to Increasing Feedstock Production for Biofuels Ap | Jim Lane The Biomass Research and Development Board published a report that looks at how to address the constraints surrounding availability of biomass feedstocks for biofuels.

These feedstocks are composed of cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignin. Lignin is usually separated out and converted to heat and electricity for the conversion process.

It's more challenging to release the sugars in these feedstocks for conversion to ethanol. Commercialization of these processes is a funding priority of the U.S. Department of Energy's Bioenergy Technologies Office.

Cellulosic feedstocks offer several advantages over starch- and sugar-based feedstocks. Cellulosic Ethanol: Feedstocks, Conversion Technologies, Economics, and Policy Options Congressional Research Service Summary In the Energy Independence and Security Act of (P.L.

), Congress mandated the use of a large and rapidly increasing volume of biofuels as part of the U.S. national transportation fuel by: Differences in ethanol generation processes and feedstocks are producing waste streams unique to biofuel production, which could be potentially harmful to the environment if adequate care is not taken to manage those risks.

Waste stream management and utilization of the cellulosic ethanol process are equally important components of the Cited by: Figure 4. Cellulosic ethanol - recent estimates and potential for cost reduction - LUX Report.

37 Figure 5. Cellulosic ethanol costs after potential medium - term reductions. 39 Figure 6. Impact of medium-term cost reductions on production costs. 40 Figure 7. Cellulosic ethanol is a large potential source of fuel ethanol. Ethanol can also be produced by breaking down cellulose in plant fibers.

This cellulosic ethanol is considered an advanced biofuel and involves a more complicated production process than fermentation. While large potential sources of cellulosic feedstocks exist, commercial production of cellulosic fuel ethanol is.

However, the company, which will celebrate its cellulosic ethanol plant grand opening on Oct. 30, is investigating the potential of other feedstocks, including sugarcane bagasse, switchgrass, biomass sorghum and empty fruit bunch, a residue of palm oil production, all of which can be processed using DuPont's design.

TVA has evaluated over 30 cellulosic feedstocks in laboratory and bench-scale tests to determine their potential for producing higher-valued products (Broder and Barrier ).

Table 1 lists the composition of four feedstocks that have been tested extensively in TVA hydrolysis facilities. examples of cellulosic ethanol feedstocks. While these feedstocks offer many advantages over starch- and sugar-based feedstocks, there are challenges with harvesting, collecting, and delivering them.

Currently, cellulosic ethanol is being sold commercially in small volumes. To learn more, visit the AFDC’s Ethanol Production and Distribution File Size: KB.Cellulosic ethanol is ethanol produced by turning the sugars in cellulose into ethanol.

Advanced ethanol, by comparison, is sourced from non-cellulosic feedstocks like sugars and starches other than corn starch. All sources of ethanol will be required to provide the nation with the kind of energy options we need. Cellulosic ethanol presents an exciting and tangible economic opportunity for.Over 10 million tons of cellulose at U.S.

ethanol plants from the corn kernel fiber Edeniq’s Pathway Technology converts this fiber into cellulosic ethanol with low CAPEX using existing plant fermenters. Potential for MGPY cellulosic ethanol if adopted in all corn ethanol plants Cellulosic ethanol could a $3/gal premium in File Size: 1MB.