bagasse


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the dry dusty pulp that remains after juice is extracted from sugar cane or similar plants

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Turning sugarcane bagasse into high quality' biomass briquettes is a promising opportunity for increasing access to renewable energy options for the population in areas, where deforestation is a problem.
Researchers have studied the possibility of using bagasse fibers and carbon nano-tubes as reinforcing agent in cement-based composites.
Sugarcane bagasse is a new alternative as a replacement to existing product of activated carbon.
In this research, carbon nanotubes and bagasse were used as new reinforcing agents in fiberglass/cement composites.
The surface morphology of non-grafted and, and grafted bagasse paper sheet was analyzed using electron microscope FEI INSPECTS Company, Philips, Holland, environmental scanning without coating.
Using bagasse only for power generation is not attractive as it is available only during sugar harvest season therefore millers should be allowed to operate the power plants on coal when bagasse is not available, said Iskandar Muhammad Khan.
Because of the flexible sturdiness of bagasse, the bio sip-lid fits tightly on all 90mm diameter 12oz and 16oz paper hot cups in the UK market.
Based on this information, the phosphate precipitated as struvite-containing sludge can supply approximately 50% of the phosphate needed to cultivate the sugarcane required to produce an adequate supply of bagasse feedstock for bioethanol production.
In PG Ngadiredjo, Kediri, the program of cogeneration will be implemented by processing bagasse to generate power.
Their findings suggest that barley bagasse, which is the fibrous matter that remains after sugarcane or sorghum stalks are crushed to extract their juice, could be used to improve the nutritional quality of products.
For example, bamboo and bagasse are produced from renewable resources.
SeeNews) - Nov 14, 2012 - US biofuel-tech developer Edeniq on Wednesday said it had started construction of a cellulosic ethanol plant in Brazil that will produce cellulosic sugars from sugarcane bagasse.
In this respect the wet-stored bagasse (WSB) samples were studied, parallel to dry-stored bagasse (DSB) samples, at different digestion retention times.
Emerald tree-free products are less expensive than their traditional counterparts because they're made from bagasse - or sugar cane pulp - which is a cost effective alternative to traditional materials.
If all of Brazil's surplus bagasse was processed into next-generation ethanol, the country would be able to produce an additional 4 billion litres (1.