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  • Utilization of rice husk biomass in the conventional corn ...

    2020-12-1 · The results show the utilization of rice husk biomass provides satisfactory performance on drying 4 kg of corn. The average temperature of the drying chamber, which is based on the outlet temperature of the heat exchanger pipes diameter of 1 inch, ¾ inch, and ½ inch are 91.20 ± 0.70 °C, 73.95 ± 0.65 °C, and 58.27 ± 0.48 °C, respectively.

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  • (PDF) Biomass Gasification by the use of Rice Husk ...

    Biomass resource achieve high efficiency utilization In order to best using rice husk resource, we intent to collocate one set of 2mw circulation fluidized bed biomass gasification furnace, 2set purification system 5set fuel gas genset engine for this project to supply heat, electricity.

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  • (PDF) The Utilization Potential of Rice Husk as an ...

    The utilization of rice husk as an alternative fuel for the power plant in Indonesia is still under study. In present, steam power plants in Indonesia are still using coal fuel.

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  • Utilization of waste straw and husks from rice production ...

    2020-8-1 · 1. Introduction1.1. Rice production and waste biomass. Rice is the staple food for much of the world's population, especially in Asia and Africa, but its annual production generates huge quantities of straw (estimated as ∼8 × 10 11 kg by Domínguez-Escribá and Porcar, 2010) and husks (∼1.5 × 10 11 kg by Singh, 2018).Currently, only ∼20% of rice straw is used for practical purposes ...

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  • Study of Rice Husk Pulping for utilization of Rice Husk ...

    The rice husk is one of the major agricultural residue in KOREA. In this paper, the effects of various pulping conditions on the properties of rice husk pulp and handsheets made of rice husk fiber ...

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  • A review on utilisation of biomass from rice industry as a ...

    2012-6-1 · Rice is an important staple food for approximately half of the world population .Asia region alone produces over 90% of the total global rice output with China and India contributing some 28.7% and 19.5% shares of the total output, respectively (refer to Table 1).Statistics in the year 2009 shows that 196.7 million tons of paddy (unmilled rice) was harvested from 29.8 million …

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  • Biomass Resources from Rice Industry | BioEnergy Consult

    2018-7-11 · The utilization of waste material and byproduct plays a vital part in solving economic issues at present. Rice husk is the byproduct of rice milling and the major agro-waste from rice …

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  • A full utilization of rice husk to evaluate phytochemical ...

    Utilization of Cotton Stalks-Biomass Waste ... Amongst the conventional and ... wood or fruit stone precursor such as corn cobs, rice straw, rice husk and cotton stalks [24,30]. ...

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  • Utilization of Cotton Stalks-Biomass Waste in the ...

    2013-11-1 · The biomass utilization in developing countries like Pakistan has always played a major role to fulfill energetic demands of poor inhabitants of the country. Pakistan being an agricultural country has a tremendous potential to utilize agricultural by-products like bagasse, rice husk, cotton stalks etc.

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  • Briquettes from Agricultural Residues; An Alternative ...

    2020-10-2 · The process residues include corn cob, cocoa husk, coconut shell and husk, rice husk, oil seed cakes, sugar cane bagasse, and empty fruit bunch (EFB) of oil palm [20,21]. The energy potential of these residues can be attributed to their lignocellulosic nature (Table 3) and the lignin content enables their use for heat and power production.

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  • Flame propagation and burning characteristics of ...

    2020-7-15 · Particle size distribution of the same Rice husk biomass sample, see Fig. 7, was compared for raw and post explosion residues for three particle size ranges as RH less than 63 μm, size in between 63 and 150 μm and smaller than 500 μm. It was found that for the fine size range sample (less than 63 μm), the particle sizes for the post ...

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  • Valorization of Biomass: Deriving More Value from Waste ...

    2012-8-10 · The two highest-volume process residues are rice husk and sugarcane bagasse. For every 4 t of rice harvested, 1 t of husk is produced, amounting to 120 Mt of rice husk per year. Of this, only 20 Mt is currently used, leaving 100 Mt that could be converted into fuels or chemicals .

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  • Frontiers | Current Trends of Rice Milling Byproducts for ...

    2019-6-27 · Rice husk ash has a high melting point at ~1,440°C, the temperature at which silica melts. Rice husk ash possesses numerous advantageous properties, which upon further research will benefit society by providing a cost-effective alternative for utilization in a variety of applications as discussed in the next section (Kumar et al., 2013).

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  • Bioprocess systems applied for the production of bio ...

    Key words: Biomass, bio-ethanol, cocoa pod husk, greenhouse gas. INTRODUCTION The wake of contemporary utilization of limited fossil fuels and the unending catastrophes giving rise to massive ... Corn stover 727 38 - 40 28 7 - 21 3.6 – 7 Reddy and Yang, 2004

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  • Sustainability | Free Full-Text | Biomass as Renewable ...

    The world’s population continues to grow at a high rate, such that today’s population is twice that of 1960, and is projected to increase further to 9 billion by 2050. This situation has brought about a situation in which the percentage of the global energy used in cities is increasing considerably. Biomass is a resource that is present in a variety of different materials: wood, sawdust ...

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  • Sustainability | Free Full-Text | Assessing the ...

    This study reviewed the aspects of the production of bioethanol from the agricultural residues available in Bangladesh. The crop residues such as rice, wheat, sugarcane, corn, cotton, jute, and sugarcane have great potential for energy generation in a sustainable and eco-friendly way in Bangladesh, as these residues are available in large quantities. Bioethanol is an alternative fuel to ...

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  • Biomass Gasification and/or Power Generation Plant ~

    2021-3-13 · Simple process and less land requirements make biomass gasification power plant more economic comparing with other renewable energy. Generally speaking, biomass gasification power generating is the most economic technology in renewable power generating plant, the cost of which is nearly the same as small-size conventional power plant.

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  • Devolatilization of Biomass Fuels and Biomass Components ...

    2006-5-24 · Biomass fuels represent a renewable energy source, they are CO2 neutral fuels, and their use reduces the consumption of fossil fuels and limits the emissions of SOx, NOx, and heavy metals. They are used in pyrolysis, gasification, combustion, and co-combustion. The devolatilization is a fundamental mechanism in all these processes, especially for high volatile …

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  • Fruit and Vegetable Waste: Bioactive Compounds, Their ...

    The novel techniques emerge because of the limitations of the conventional methods. Conventional methods of extraction are characterized with difficulty to obtain high purity, use of costly solvents, longer time of extraction, possible degradation of heat-labile compounds, and low extraction selectivity (De Castro and Garcia-Ayuso 1998). To ...

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  • European Biomass Conference and Exhibition ... - ETA

    Alkaline Peroxide Oxidation Pretreatment of Corn Cob and Rice Husk for Bioconversion into Bio-Commodities: Part A- Enzymatic Convertibility of Pretreated Rice Husk to Reducing Sugar An Economic Assessment of the Potential and Costs of Investments in R&D in Agriculture to Avoid Land Use Change and Food Security Effects of Bioenergy

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  • Frontiers | Current Trends of Rice Milling Byproducts for ...

    2019-6-27 · Rice husk ash has a high melting point at ~1,440°C, the temperature at which silica melts. Rice husk ash possesses numerous advantageous properties, which upon further research will benefit society by providing a cost-effective alternative for utilization in a variety of applications as discussed in the next section (Kumar et al., 2013).

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  • Biomass and Bioenergy Journal Impact IF 2020-2021 ...

    Biomass & Bioenergy is an international journal publishing original research papers and short communications, review articles and case studies on biological resources, chemical and biological processes, and biomass products for new renewable sources of energy and materials.The scope of the journal extends to the environmental, management and ...

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  • rice hulls – Advanced BioFuels USA

    Rising from the Ashes: Renewable Silica from Rice Husk Ash (Biofuels Digest) At 758.8 million tonnes (503.6 million tonnes, milled basis), world paddy production in 2017 would stand 0.8 percent, or 5.8 million tons, above a revised estimate for 2016.

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  • Energy from biomass | World Bank Technical Papers

    2013-8-12 · Biomass materials have properties that differ from those of conventional solid fuels such as coal. A major difference is the high content of volatile matter in biomass materials, whereas coal has less than 20 percent. ... Utilization of hazelnut husk as biomass. Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments, Vol.4.

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  • Devolatilization of Biomass Fuels and Biomass Components ...

    2006-5-24 · Biomass fuels represent a renewable energy source, they are CO2 neutral fuels, and their use reduces the consumption of fossil fuels and limits the emissions of SOx, NOx, and heavy metals. They are used in pyrolysis, gasification, combustion, and co-combustion. The devolatilization is a fundamental mechanism in all these processes, especially for high volatile …

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  • Evaluating agro-industrial by-products as dietary roughage ...

    2015-2-2 · From our findings, it is suggested that the bagasse–vinasse mixture (70:30) could be used with sweet corn husk, cob and pineapple peel to produce silage and it can be the most suitable one for replacing conventional ingredients as total mixed ration silage for fattening steers.

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  • PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLE bioresources

    PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLE bioresources.com Li et al. (2017). “Carbon-based magnetic catalyst,” BioResources 12(4), 7525-7538. 7527 The mixture was then …

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  • Evaluating agro-industrial by-products as dietary roughage ...

    2.2. Chemical analysis. Samples of feeds were ground in a hammer mill with a 1 mm screen and analyzed in triplicate for dry matter (DM, 945.15), ash (967.05), crude protein (CP, Kjeldahl N × 6.25, 990.03), crude fiber (962.09), ether extract (945.16) according to AOAC (1990).The neutral detergent fiber (NDF using heat-resistant α-amylase without sodium sulfite), acid detergent fiber …

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  • Frontiers | Natural additives and agricultural wastes in ...

    2014-2-26 · The main directions in food packaging research are targeted toward improvements in food quality and food safety. For this purpose, food packaging providing longer product shelf-life, as well as the monitoring of safety and quality based upon international standards, is desirable. New active packaging strategies represent a key area of development in new multifunctional materials …

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  • European Biomass Conference and Exhibition ... - ETA

    Alkaline Peroxide Oxidation Pretreatment of Corn Cob and Rice Husk for Bioconversion into Bio-Commodities: Part A- Enzymatic Convertibility of Pretreated Rice Husk to Reducing Sugar An Economic Assessment of the Potential and Costs of Investments in R&D in Agriculture to Avoid Land Use Change and Food Security Effects of Bioenergy

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  • (PDF) Industrial biotechnology and Biomass utilisation ...

    Industrial biotechnology and Biomass utilisation. Seetharam Annadana. Manfred Kircher + 22 More. Seetharam Annadana. Manfred Kircher. Soni Wirawan. Purnima Sharma. George Tzotzos.

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  • Recent advances in the valorization of plant biomass ...

    2021-4-23 · Plant biomass is a highly abundant renewable resource that can be converted into several types of high-value-added products, including chemicals, biofuels and advanced materials. In the last few decades, an increasing number of biomass species and processing techniques have been developed to enhance the application of plant biomass followed by the industrial …

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  • Natural biomass derived hard carbon and activated carbons ...

    2019-11-8 · Structural and morphological characterizations. The X-ray diffraction spectrum of four different carbon materials derived from diverse sources viz. KHC, PHC, CHC and SHC are …

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  • Evaluating agro-industrial by-products as dietary roughage ...

    2015-2-2 · From our findings, it is suggested that the bagasse–vinasse mixture (70:30) could be used with sweet corn husk, cob and pineapple peel to produce silage and it can be the most suitable one for replacing conventional ingredients as total mixed ration silage for fattening steers.

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  • Optimization of Cellulase Production by Aspergillus niger ...

    The rate of utilization of plant biomass is largely dependent on active soil mycoflora. Fungi effectively degrade cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin in plants by secreting a multifarious set of hydrolytic and oxidative enzymes [ 7 Abd-Elzaher FH, Fadel M. Production of bioethanol via enzymatic saccharification of rice straw by cellulase ...

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  • Feedipedia: An on-line encyclopedia of animal feeds ...

    Processing and utilization of kinnow wastes as livestock and poultry feed By M. Wadhwa, M. P. S. Bakshi and Harinder P. S. Makkar The acute shortage of feedstuffs in Asian, Middle East and African countries has prompted Animal Nutritionists to explore new non-conventional feed resources that do not compete with human food.

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  • Agro- residues: Beyond waste, potential fibres for textile ...

    Corn husk, one of the byproducts of corn production, contains about 39-42per cent cellulose which can be extracted in fibrous form for various industrial applications, including textiles.

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  • Evaluating agro-industrial by-products as dietary roughage ...

    2.2. Chemical analysis. Samples of feeds were ground in a hammer mill with a 1 mm screen and analyzed in triplicate for dry matter (DM, 945.15), ash (967.05), crude protein (CP, Kjeldahl N × 6.25, 990.03), crude fiber (962.09), ether extract (945.16) according to AOAC (1990).The neutral detergent fiber (NDF using heat-resistant α-amylase without sodium sulfite), acid detergent fiber …

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  • Frontiers | Natural additives and agricultural wastes in ...

    2014-2-26 · The main directions in food packaging research are targeted toward improvements in food quality and food safety. For this purpose, food packaging providing longer product shelf-life, as well as the monitoring of safety and quality based upon international standards, is desirable. New active packaging strategies represent a key area of development in new multifunctional materials …

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  • Publications | Engineering

    2021-5-19 · Fluidization characteristics of rice husk in a bubbling fluidized bed, in print, Cdn. J. of Chem. Engineering. B. Acharya, A Dutta and P. Basu. 2010. An investigation on steam biomass gasification for Hydrogen Production with CaO. Int. J Hydrogen Energy, 35 (4), 1582-1589. A. Chinsuwan and A. Dutta. 2009. Investigation of the temperature ...

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  • Online Conference Programme

    Francesco GALLUCCI CREA-IT, ITALY Biomass Combustion: Comparison between 'Open Burning' and Boiler Combustion, and Characterization of the Metals Present on the PM10, 2.5 and iItermediate Fractions Session reference: 4AV.3.11

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  • Removal of heavy metals from wastewater using agricultural ...

    Several agricultural byproducts such as rice and black gram husk, groundnut (Arachis hypogaea), peanut and walnut shells, lemon grass (Cymbopogon citratus), olive stone and grape stalk wastes, orange peel, coir pith waste of coconut and chitosan have been tested for Pb adsorption and the results have shown an adsorption capacity in the range of ...

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  • Valorization of agro-industry residues in the building and ...

    2020-2-22 · The selected materials (coconut, coffee, corn, cotton and rice) have industry production wastes with suitable applications in both sectors and huge worldwide availability; their reuse may thus represent a new resource, with an impact based on the production rate and the possible replacement of current inorganic materials.

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  • IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science ...

    2021-3-15 · Intercropping sweet corn-kidney bean and sweet corn-string bean suppressed the growth of weeds. Also, intercropping of sweet corn-kidney bean or sweet corn-string bean had similar sweet corn yield with monoculture. Rice straw and rice husk mulch suppressed weeds growth better than coffee husk mulch.

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  • A Review of Organic Farming for Sustainable Agriculture in ...

    In the post independence period, the most important challenge in India has been to produce enough food for the growing population. Hence, high-yielding varieties are being used with infusion of irrigation water, fertilizers, or pesticides. This combination of high-yielding production technology has helped the country develop a food surplus as well as contributing to concerns of soil health ...

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  • Valorization of agroindustrial solid residues and residues ...

    2012-1-20 · ABSTRACT. Besides high industrial development, Brazil is also an agribusiness country. Each year about 330 million metrics tons (Mg) of biomass residues are generated, requiring tremendous effort to develop biomass systems in which production, conversion and utilization of bio-based products are carried out efficiently and under environmentally sustainable conditions.

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  • Evaluating agro-industrial by-products as dietary roughage ...

    2.2. Chemical analysis. Samples of feeds were ground in a hammer mill with a 1 mm screen and analyzed in triplicate for dry matter (DM, 945.15), ash (967.05), crude protein (CP, Kjeldahl N × 6.25, 990.03), crude fiber (962.09), ether extract (945.16) according to AOAC (1990).The neutral detergent fiber (NDF using heat-resistant α-amylase without sodium sulfite), acid detergent fiber …

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  • Techno-economic feasibility of bioethanol production via ...

    The aim of this work was to evaluate the economic feasibility of the bioethanol production (BEP) based on olive tree pruning (OTP) as a biomass feedstock with optimization of the dilute acid pretreatment in focus. For this, the BEP was simulated taking into account the influence of the operating conditions of the pretreatment stage. Then, the techno-economic results were …

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  • Review of Second Generation Bioethanol Production from ...

    Bioethanol from algal biomass is obtained from the fermentation of starch and starch-like polysaccharides under anaerobic conditions. Starch is a reserve material in species of microalgae including Chlorophyta and Cryptophyta . The production of bioethanol from biomass gives low yields, despite the complexity of the process.

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