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Fb2 Biofuels (Energy for the Future and Global Warming) ePub

by Andrew Solway

Category: Science Nature and How It Works
Subcategory: Children
Author: Andrew Solway
ISBN: 0836883985
ISBN13: 978-0836883985
Language: English
Publisher: Gareth Stevens Pub Hi-Lo Must reads (July 15, 2007)
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Biofuels The fuel of the future Land Use Changes and Global Warming.

Biofuels The fuel of the future. FOLLOW US ON TWITTER ueI. So, even though biofuels may be able to help ease our energy needs, they won’t solve all of our problems. Now, it may be true that biofuels produce LESS GHG emissions that fossil fuels, but that can only serve to slow global warming and not to stop or reverse it. Thus, biofuels can only be substitutes for the short term as we invest in other technologies. The key to implementing them is to mitigate environmental impact by being mindful of the drawbacks discussed in this article. Land Use Changes and Global Warming.

Clear text describes the world's energy needs and resources in the twenty-first century and looks at the impact of energy usage on the global climate. the series looks at eight different energy sources and discusses their availability, production processes, and environmental consequences. Easy-to-understand diagrams, maps

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The Hidden Costs of Turning Food Into Fuel. Biofuel types and uses. There are various ways of making biofuels, but they generally use chemical reactions, fermentation, and heat to break down the starches, sugars, and other molecules in plants. The resulting products are then refined to produce a fuel that cars or other vehicles can use. Much of the gasoline in the United States contains one of the most common biofuels: ethanol.

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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Explores the most recent technologies for advanced liquid and gaseous biofuels production, along with their advantages and challenges Presents real-life application of conversion technologies and their integration in existing systems Includes the most promising pathways for sustainable hydrogen production for energy applications.

Future Rise in Price: Current technology being employed for the production of biofuels is not as efficient as it should be. Scientists are engaged in developing better means by which we can extract this fuel. As of now, the prices are comparable with gasoline and are still feasible. Constantly rising prices may make the use of biofuels as harsh on the economy as the rising gas prices are doing right now.

It might be one direction for the future development of biofuels (Ohlrogge et al, 2009). Current crops for production of biomass and biofuels.

Can biofuels meet the global energy requirements? One of the most critical issues when using biofuels to replace fossil fuels is, whether bio-energy can meet the human energy consumption. One way to answer this question may be to comprehensively analyze the energy budget on the Earth and the human energy demand. A flow chart of the solar energy to the energy in biofuels based on the energy conversion efficiency of current biofuel production. Figure 3. A road map of biofuel production. It might be one direction for the future development of biofuels (Ohlrogge et al, 2009).

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Explains why fossil fuels contribute to global warming and introduces different kinds of biofuels that may help alleviate the problem.
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