Liquid biofuels from blue biomass

Zsófia Kádár, Annette Eva Jensen, Henrik Bangsø Nielsen, Jens Ejbye Schmidt

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Resumé

Marine (blue) biomasses, such as macroalgaes, represent a huge unexploited amount of biomass. With their various chemical compositions, macroalgaes can be a potential substrate for food, feed, biomaterials, pharmaceuticals, health care products and also for bioenergy. Algae use seawater as a growth medium, light as energy source and they capture CO2 for the synthesis of new organic material, thus can grow on non-agricultural land, without increasing food prices, or using fresh water. Due to all these advantages in addition to very high biomass yield with high carbohydrate content, macroalgaes can be the well suited candidates as feedstock for biofuel production in the future. The aim of our studies is to examine the possibility producing liquid biofuel (ethanol and butanol) from macroalgaes.
OriginalsprogDansk
TitelEnergy Systems and Technologies for the Coming Century
ForlagTechnical University of Denmark
Publikationsdato2011
Sider284-286
ISBN (Trykt)9788755039032
StatusUdgivet - 2011
Udgivet eksterntJa
BegivenhedRisø International Energy Conference 2011 - Risø DTU, Roskilde, Danmark
Varighed: 10. maj 201112. maj 2011

Konference

KonferenceRisø International Energy Conference 2011
LokationRisø DTU
LandDanmark
ByRoskilde
Periode10/05/201112/05/2011

Emneord

  • Bio refinery
  • Risø-R-1776
  • Risø-R-1776(EN)
  • Bioraffinaderi

Citer dette

Kádár, Z., Jensen, A. E., Bangsø Nielsen, H., & Schmidt, J. E. (2011). Liquid biofuels from blue biomass. I Energy Systems and Technologies for the Coming Century (s. 284-286). Technical University of Denmark.
Kádár, Zsófia ; Jensen, Annette Eva ; Bangsø Nielsen, Henrik ; Schmidt, Jens Ejbye. / Liquid biofuels from blue biomass. Energy Systems and Technologies for the Coming Century. Technical University of Denmark, 2011. s. 284-286
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Liquid biofuels from blue biomass. / Kádár, Zsófia; Jensen, Annette Eva; Bangsø Nielsen, Henrik; Schmidt, Jens Ejbye.

Energy Systems and Technologies for the Coming Century. Technical University of Denmark, 2011. s. 284-286.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/konference-proceedingKonferencebidrag i proceedingsForskningpeer review

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