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2nd Edition of Global Conference on Biofuels and Bioenergy

October 26-28, 2023 | Boston, Massachusetts, USA

October 26 -28, 2023 | Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Bioalcohols, Bioethanol, Biobutanol

Bioalcohols, Bioethanol, Biobutanol

Alcohols created from biological resources or biomass are known as bioalcohols. The most widely known and manufactured bioalcohol is bioethanol, which is the primary alternative fuel for spark ignition engines. Bioalcohols can be made from a variety of biomass sources, such as crops, lignocellulosic crops or residues, and food waste. It's used in a variety of sectors, including metals and fabrics, paints and tarnishes, glues, diluents, and the manufacture of perfumes and pharmaceuticals.

Bioethanol is the primary fuel used as a petrol alternative in road transport vehicles. Bioethanol fuel is mostly produced by the fermentation of sugar, although it can also be produced chemically by reacting ethylene with steam. By reducing global warming and preserving fossil fuels, bioethanol fuel plays a significant role in environmental conservation. It's a carbohydrate-based alcohol created by a fermentation method.

Butanol generated from biomass feedstocks is referred to as biobutanol. When compared to ethanol, biobutanol has the advantages of being immiscible in water, having a higher energy content, and having a lower Reid vapour pressure. Biobutanol made from microalgae biomass is gaining traction as an advanced biofuel that could eventually replace bioethanol.

  • Bioalcohol As Alternative
  • Bioalcohol Reforming
  • Biochemical Production of Bioalcohols
  • Generation of Bioalcohol
  • Production of Bioethanol
  • Biobutanol Fermentation
  • Biobutanol Production

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