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Long Abstract Biofuel production from maize grain has been touted by some as a renewable and sustainable alternative to fossil fuels, while being criticized by others for removing land from food production, exacerbating greenhouse gas emissions, and requiring more fossil energy than they produce. The use of second-generation feedstocks for cellulosic biofuel production is widely believed to have a smaller greenhouse gas footprint than first-generation feedstocks. In particular, perennial grasses may provide a balance between the high productivity necessary to minimize the amount of land area necessary for feedstock production and the sustainability of the perennial growth habit.
2008) report harvestable dry matter yields of 10 to 30 mt/ha. An example of the third source of productivity increase − improvements in the efficiency in converting the feedstocks to fuel − is reported in Liska et al. (2009) who observe that “newer biorefineries have increased energy efficiency and reduced GHG emissions through the use of improved technologies, such as thermocompressors for condensing steam and increasing heat reuse; thermal oxidizers for combustion of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and waste heat recovery; and raw-starch hydrolysis, which reduces heat requirements during fermentation” (p.
Dohleman, Emily A. Heaton, and Stephen P. Long Abstract Biofuel production from maize grain has been touted by some as a renewable and sustainable alternative to fossil fuels, while being criticized by others for removing land from food production, exacerbating greenhouse gas emissions, and requiring more fossil energy than they produce. The use of second-generation feedstocks for cellulosic biofuel production is widely believed to have a smaller greenhouse gas footprint than first-generation feedstocks.
6800 Software Gourmet Guide and Cookbook by Robert Findley