4 edition of Energy and feedstocks in the chemical industry found in the catalog.
by Published for the Society of Chemical Industry, London, by E. Horwood, Halsted Press [distributor] in Chichester [West Sussex], New York, N.Y
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editor, Andrew Stratton.|
|Contributions||Stratton, Andrew, 1918-|
|LC Classifications||TP200 .E53 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||403 p. :|
|Number of Pages||403|
|ISBN 10||0853124922, 0470273968|
|LC Control Number||82023385|
Biomass, Biofuels, Biochemicals: Biofuels: Alternative Feedstocks and Conversion Processes for the Production of Liquid and Gaseous Biofuels, Second Edition, provides general information, basic data and knowledge on one of the most promising renewable energy sources—liquid and gaseous biofuels—and their production and application. The book. The chemical industry is the largest producer and consumer of hydrogen. Hydrogen has various applications in the chemical industry. However, by far the .
Any bulk raw material constituting the principal input for an industrial process. Bio-materials may be substituted for petrochemical feedstocks as petroleum prices rise. The filtered extract of the mash is the feedstock for the fermenter. , iou, Historical Dictionary of the Petroleum Industry, page 5: In , about 6 percent of the. The U.S. Chemical Industry is the largest user of natural gas in the country. Over the last 30 years, alternatives to conventional petroleum and natural gas feedstocks have been developed, but have limited, if any, commercial implementation in the United States.
DOE Strategic Goals for the Use of Renewable Feedstocks Dramatically reduce, or even end, dependence on foreign oil (a displacement and energy component) Spur the creation of a domestic bioindustry (an enabling and economic component) Integration of chemicals with fuels will simultaneously address both goals. Advertising in the Magazine Elevate your brand with display advertising. W readers in over 95 countries, Chemical Week magazine has been the definitive intelligence provider for the global chemical industry since in print and digital.
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Energy and feedstocks in the chemical industry. Chichester [West Sussex]: Published for the Society of Chemical Industry, London, by E. Horwood ; New York, N.Y.: Halsted Press [distributor], (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All.
While some energy is used in the bulk chemical manufacturing process for heat and power, most energy in that industry is used as feedstocks, or raw materials used in the manufacture of chemicals.
Most bulk chemicals are intermediate products used to produce final products such as plastic containers or fertilizer.
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Methanol - The Chemical and Energy Feedstock of the Future offers a visionary yet unbiased view of methanol technology. Based on the groundbreaking publication "Methanol" by Friedrich Asinger, this book includes contributions by Price: $ Biomass Feedstocks as a Renewable Carbon Source.
Terrestrial lignocellulosic biomass (i.e., plants and plant-based materials not used for food or feed) is an abundant, renewable, and sustainable resource for producing biofuels, bioproducts, and biopower.
A major challenge for sustainability in the chemical industry is how to reduce the energy intensity of biofuel and biofeedstock production (see Chapter 3 of this report for more discussion).
There is a need for an effective biomass feedstock process to recover not only hemi-cellulose and sugars for oxygenated molecular building blocks but also. When a feedstock is a renewable biological substance, examples include crops, woody plants, algae, petroleum, and natural gas.
Specifically, crude oil is a feedstock for the production of the chemical industry, petroleum is a feedstock for a host of chemicals, including methane, propylene, and is a feedstock for hydrocarbon fuels, Corn is a.
In addition, this book is of interest to academic researchers, decision-makers and organisations concerned with the future of chemical and energy feedstocks. Keywords Alternative Fuel Energy Friedrich Asinger Hydrogen Production Methanol Petrochemistry Raw materials.
Biomass for Renewable Energy, Fuels, and Chemicals serves as a comprehensive introduction to the subject for the student and educator, and is useful for researchers who are interested in the technical details of biomass energy production.
The coverage and discussion are multidisciplinary, reflecting the many scientific and engineering. chemical and energy industry. In his book, published inhe recommended methanol as a suitable basic chemical that can be easily stored and used as fuel or a fuel additive, as well as a chemical or energy raw material.
He worked on this book without any help. He searched for, found and selected (and commented on) every citation completely File Size: KB. Investments in energy crops are one part of a larger push by the biobased fuel and chemical industry to secure cheap, abundant feedstocks.
Chemical. Assessing Fuel and Feedstock Energy Use in the U.S. Chemical Sector: A Supply Chain Analysis Scott Nicholson Alberta Carpenter.
Rebecca Hanes. In chemical manufacturing, fossil fuels are consumed both as an energy source and as feedstocks that are converted to higher-value chemicals. This work expands on the U.S. Department of Energy’s.
Methanol - The Chemical and Energy Feedstock of the Future offers a visionary yet unbiased view of methanol technology. Based on the groundbreaking publication "Methanol" by Friedrich Asinger, this book includes contributions by Format: Paperback.
It presents the key concepts, systems, and technologies, with an emphasis on new feedstocks for the chemical industry. Each chapter uses common themes of specific raw materials, thus forming a natural progression throughout the book.
At the moment, fuels and chemical feedstocks compete for a share of oil production. Biomass can be a viable alternative supply for both, but before jumping in, a.
Sincethere has been an evolution of both energy resources (Figure ) as well as the source of feedstocks for the commodity chemical industry. Inthe predominant fuels were wood or other biomass depending upon location.
During this time period, the chemical enterprise was relatively. Industrial Energy Use Table –Top Ten Chemicals Produced by Chemical Industry, production production valueannual.
One of the main challenges facing the chemical industry is the transition to sustainable operations. Industries are taking initiatives to reduce resource intensities or footprints, and by adopting safer materials and processes.
Such efforts need to be supported by techniques that can quantify the broad economic and environmental implications of industrial operations, retrofi t.
Renewable resources have been used as industrial feedstocks throughout human history, and only in the past two centuries have fossil fuels become the primary sources of carbon-based chemicals. Today, fossil resources are used to supply 96% of the synthetic organic chemicals produced in refineries and chemical production : Edit Cséfalvay, István T.
Horváth. Energy, chemical feedstocks, and structural applications capacity. Stable long-term pricing of crude oil at US$/barrel will also facilitate development of alternate sources for transportation fuels.
Recent price increases offer a unique opportunity to forestry and bio-based fuels by: 2. Download Citation | Renewable Raw Materials: New Feedstocks for the Chemical Industry | One of the main challenges facing the chemical industry is the transition to sustainable operations.Sustainable U.S.
Manufacturing: Chemical and Allied Industries Technology Area 1: Alternative Feedstocks Transitioning from petroleum and natural gas feedstocks to alternative, largely bio-based feedstocks is essential to the future sustainability of the Chemical and Allied industries.
Creating new energy-efficient processes to utilize these bio-File Size: 79KB. It presents the key concepts, systems, and technologies, with an emphasis on new feedstocks for the chemical industry. Each chapter uses common themes of specifi c raw materials, thus forming a natural progression throughout the book.