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Fuels from Sugar Crops

Systems Study for Sugarcane, Sweet Sorghum, and Sugar Beets

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Fuels from Sugar Crops: Systems Study for Sugarcane, Sweet Sorghum, and Sugar Beets by Department Of Energy U S Department of Energy
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This review presents the outcome of a comprehensive evaluation of sugar crops as renewable resources for the production of fuels and chemical feedstocks by Battelle Columbus Laboratories. Agricultural considerations affecting sugarcane, sweet sorghum, and sugar beets gleaned from Battelle staff, field interviews, and literature research provide background information for projecting future yields, crop areas, and costs as they pertain to energy farming. Conversion considerations developed through the interviews and literature research form the basis for extensive calculations pertaining to the numerous alternative means of converting sugar crops into fuels and chemical feedstocks. This review contains a general systems analysis of the use of sugar crops as raw materials for producing fuels and chemical feedstocks and a discussion of the major issues affecting the feasibility and implementation of the concept. In technical economic analysis the substitutability of sugar-crop products for nonrenewable resources is developed so that alternatives can be placed in perspective. Research, development, and demonstration needs relating to the development of sugar crops as renewable resources for the manufacture of fuels and chemical feedstocks are discussed.
Release date NZ
May 1st, 2005
Contributor
Edited by Richard, A. Nathan
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
University Press of the Pacific
Pages
152
Dimensions
190x235x8
ISBN-13
9781410223159
Product ID
2242819

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