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      • Includes bibliographies.Proceedings of the National Meeting on Biomass R & D for Energy Applications, held 1-3 October 1984 at Arlington, Virginia, USA--Prelim. p.

        LC Classifications1985
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        Paginationxvi, 63 p. :
        Number of Pages58
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        ISBN 100853344094

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Torrefaction reactors still require optimization to economically meet end-use requirements and attain product standardization for the market. Under the right conditions, the decomposing organism may becomecoal, or petroleum before being ed through natural or human activity.

A booming biofuels industry would also keep a lot of the money we spend on imported oil in the country-- plus it would reduce our dependence on foreign oil, and create jobs in rural America. Department of Energy estimates that it would only take approximately 38,850 square kilometers 15,000 square miles, an area less than half the size of the U. In the first one, the trash is burned Energy applications of biomass produce steam that is used for either heating or generating electricity.

Small boilers Various industries A large experience exists now in use of thermal gasifiers for industrial applications.

Current trends in the production and applications of torrefied wood/biomass

An enormous plant under construction near Port Talbot, Wales, for instance, will require fossil fuels imported from North America, offsetting some of the sustainability of the enterprise. A forest, for instance, can take hundreds of years to re-establish itself. This is still a much, much shorter time period than a fossil fuel such as peat.

These are excellent sources of clean energy. An overview of the applications of torrefied biomass, the economic status, and future prospects of torrefaction technology are presented and discussed. Without this process, life on Earth as we know it would not be possible.