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Engineering And Science Of Biomass Feedstock Production And Provision

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    Author(s)Yogendra Shastri and K C Ting and Alan Hansen and Luis Rodriguez
    PublisherSPRINGER
    ISBN9781489980137
    Pages263
    BindingHardbound
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearJanuary 2014

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    SPRINGER Engineering And Science Of Biomass Feedstock Production And Provision by Yogendra Shastri and K C Ting and Alan Hansen and Luis Rodriguez

    The biomass based energy sector, especially the one based on lignocellulosic sources such as switchgrass Miscanthus, forest residues and short rotation coppice, will play an important role in our drive towards renewable energy. The biomass feedstock production (BFP) subsystem provides the necessary material inputs to the conversion processes for energy production. This subsystem includes the agronomic production of energy crops and the physical handling and delivery of biomass, as well as other enabling logistics. Achieving a sustainable BFP system is therefore paramount for the success of the emerging bioenergy sector. However, low bulk and energy densities, seasonal and weather sensitive availability, distributed supply and lack of commercial scale production experience create unique challenges. Moreover, novel region specific feedstock alternatives continue to emerge. Engineering will play a critical role in addressing these challenges and ensuring the techno-economic feasibility of this sector. It must also integrate with the biological, physical and chemical sciences and incorporate externalities, such as social/economic considerations, environmental impact and policy/regulatory issues, to achieve a truly sustainable system. Tremendous progress has been made in the past few years while new challenges have simultaneously e