By Donald L. Klass (Eds.)
content material: business improvement of biomass power resources / George P. Schaefer --
woodland biomass for strength : a standpoint / R.L. Sajdak, Y.Z. Lai, G.D. Mroz, and M.F. Jurgensen --
creation of nonwoody land crops as a renewable power resource / Alex G. Alexander --
Biomass construction through freshwater and marine macrophytes / W.J. North, V.A. Gerard, and J.S. Kuwabara --
power from clean and brackish water aquatic vegetation / John R. Benemann --
Multi-use vegetation and botanochemical construction / M.O. Bagby, R.A. Buchanan, and F.H. Otey --
results of response stipulations at the aqueous thermochemical conversion of biomass to grease / P.M. Molton, R.K. Miller, J.A. Russell, and J.M. Donovan --
Liquid hydrocarbon fuels from biomass / James L. Kuester --
Key elements within the hydrolysis of cellulose / Jerome F. Saeman --
views at the monetary research of ethanol creation from biomass / Harry J. Prebluda and Roger Williams, Jr. --
chemical substances from biomass by means of more advantageous enzyme know-how / George H. Emert and Raphael Katzen --
Methane creation via anaerobic digestion of Bermuda grass / Donald L. Klass and Sambhunath Ghosh --
complex digestion procedure improvement for methane creation from biomass-waste blends / Sambhunath Ghosh and Donald L. Klass --
Methane creation from landfills : an advent / Edward J. Daley, Ira J. Wright, and Robert E. Spitzka --
Product distribution within the quick pyrolysis of biomass/lignin for creation of acetylene / Martha Graef, G. Graham Allen, and Barbara B. Krieger --
the results of place of dwelling time, temperature, and strain at the steam gasification of biomass / Michael J. Antal, Jr. --
Gasification of oak sawdust, mesquite, corn stover, and cotton gin trash in a countercurrent fluidized mattress pilot reactor / Steven R. Beck, Maw Jong Wang, and James A. Hightower --
Thermochemical gasification of woody biomass / H.F. Feldmann, P.S. Choi, H.N. Conkle, and S.P. Chauhan --
Comparative monetary research of chemical compounds and artificial fuels from biomass / Fred A. Schooley, Ronald L. Dickenson, Stephen M. Kohan, Jerry L. Jones, Paul C. Meagher, Kent R. Ernest, Gwen Crooks, Katherine A. Miller, and Wing S. Fong --
An research of gasohol energetics / William A. Scheller --
wooden construction energetics : an research for gas purposes / Norman Smith and Thomas J. Corcoran --
Silvicultural structures for the strength effective creation of gasoline biomass / F. Thomas Ledig --
electrical strength new release from wooden waste : a case learn / Richard T. Sheahan --
A biomass allocation version : conversion of biomass to methanol / Y.K. Ahn --
The power plantation and the photosynthesis power manufacturing facility / Malcom D. Fraser, John F. Henry, Louis C. Borghi, and Norman J. Barbera.
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Ten m i l l i o n t o n s c o u l d be p r o d u c e d a n n u a l l y , e x c l u s i v e o f s a w l o g s . at a n average cost o f $ 1 2 . 3 5 per t o n delivered. The costs per delivered t o n are averages f o r t h e entire t o n n a g e available. S u b s t a n t i a l v o l u m e s o f forest biomass are available at l o w e r costs, b u t as an a t t e m p t is m a d e t o recover increasing a m o u n t s of t h e biomass, t h e costs increase. The s t u d y c o n c l u d e d t h a t s i g n i f i c a n t forest biomass q u a n t i t i e s are available in t h i s r e g i o n .
Chemtech 1978, (4), 212. 2. SAJDAK E T A L . Forest Biomass for Energy 31. Bendtsen, Β. A. Forest Prod. J. 1978, 28, 61. 32. Einspahr, D. W. Tappi, 1976, 59 (10), 53. 33. Einspahr, D. W. Tappi, 1976, 59 (11), 63. 47 34. Byram, T. ; Van Bavel, C. Η. ; Van Buijtenen, J. D. Tappi 1978, 61 (6) 65. ch002 35. Lai, Y. ; Sajdak, R. ; Mroz. G. ; Jurgensen, M. ; Schwandt, D. L. Unpublished Data. 36. ; Dawson, D. H. "Tappi Conference Papers", Forest Biology — Wood Chemistry Conference, 1977; p 217. 37. Alban, D.
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