Erscheinungsdatum: 06.02.2018, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Biogas production potential of printed papers with sugarcane wastes, Titelzusatz: Biogas production potential of bio digested printed paper stimulated by sugarcane wastes, Autor: Chanzi, Ghanima, Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Technik // Sonstiges, Seiten: 124, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 201 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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Biogas production potential of printed papers with sugarcane wastes ab 49.9 EURO Biogas production potential of bio digested printed paper stimulated by sugarcane wastes
Sugarcane is an important cash crop in Pakistan which is the base of renewable energy sources like ethanol, biogas products and fertilizers. It is cultivated as commercial crop in 60 countries of 5 major continents, Brazil being the largest one. Pakistan is the 5th largest sugarcane growing country of the world and our multibillion sugar industry totally dependent on the fate of this crop. Unfortunately per acre yield of this crop in our country is lowest among the leading sugarcane growing countries of the world. The most important is the attack of several pathogens like bacteria, fungus, pests, mycoplasma and specially viruses including major viral diseases like mosaic, streak and ceria. Among all the viral diseases sugarcane mosaic virus is widely spread and a significant part of the crop (46%) is lost every year due to SCMV. Vegetative propagation of sugarcaen leads plants to carry pathogen titer generation after generation. Biotechnology plays its role in Virus free crops production through tissue culture. In plant tissue culture regeneration of virus free stock only possibel through apical meristem culture. Present work is a brief documentation of SCNV free plants production
The development of renewable sources of energy has recently generated considerable interest due to the energy crisis and global warming that it does not create competition for land used for food production. Sugarcane biomass is one of the worldwide food industry by-products which needs to be pretreated to explore energy recovery (biogas, biomethane, biohydrogen) in terms of biorefinery processing. Hydrothermolysis has proved to be one of the best thermal pretreatment which can be intensified a lot in terms of process regulation in the reactor before biogas technology. However, optimization of the pretreatment is necessary to monitor and regulate biodegradation of sugarcane bagasse during hydrothermolysis to reduce inhibition in anaerobic digestion.
The current energy production situation in African countries is limited by the technology. Once new technology implemented such as biogas production, many sector will be benefited. Agriculture sector will be the first one, since one can use power and manure to enhance production. also the rural areas will be benefited by getting good source of power from bio energy. The water pollution from solid waste will be served because instead of disposing to the environment, now used to produce biogas.
The Sugarcane Industry in Brazil is responsible for generation of different types of organic wastes. Bagasse and small share of straw have already been used as solid fuel in co-generation systems in general. Meanwhile, there are other kinds of by-products, as filter cake and vinasse, which have been completely unused from the energy point of view. The idea of converting such unused wastes into additional energy is gaining attention, especially driven by some Government commitments on increasing the renewable energy generation combined with the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions. The anaerobic digestion process is able to contribute with additional renewable energy production, in the form of electricity from biogas or even biomethane, keeping meanwhile the current practice of recycling the nutrients contained in these wastes on the sugarcane fields. However, for a successful application in industrial scale, the anaerobic digestion process must be carefully evaluated in terms of selection of appropriate inoculum, process kinetics, and plant design, among other aspects.