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13th International Conference on Biofuels and Bioenergy, will be organized around the theme “Biofuels: The future of Energy”

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Unlike alternative renewable energy sources, biomass is often born-again directly into liquid fuels - biofuels - for our transportation desires (cars, trucks, buses, airplanes, and trains). The two most typical forms of biofuels are alcohol and biodiesel.Ethanol is an alcohol, identical found in brew and wine. it's created by fermentation any biomass high in carbohydrates (starches, sugars, or celluloses) through a method almost like production brew. Ethyl alcoholism usually used as a fuel additive to chop down a vehicle's carbon monoxide gas and other smog-causing emissions. however flexible-fuel vehicles, that run on mixtures of gas and up to eighty fifth ethyl alcohol, are currently out there. Biodiesel is formed by combining alcohol (usually methanol) with oil, animal fat, or recycled preparation greases. It will be used as an additive to cut back vehicle emissions (typically 20%) or in its pure kind as a renewable various fuel for diesel engines. Other biofuels embrace methyl alcohol and reformulated gasoline parts. Methanol, normally known as methyl alcohol, is presently created from gas, however may even be produced from biomass. There is variety of how to convert biomass to methyl alcohol; however the foremost probably approach is chemical change. Chemical process involves vaporizing the biomass at high temperatures, then removing impurities from the recent gas and spending it through a catalyst that converts it into methyl alcohol.


  • Track 1-1First generation biofuels
  • Track 1-2Second generation biofuels
  • Track 1-3Solid biofuels
  • Track 1-4Fisher tropsch process
  • Track 1-5Alternate energy resources
  • Track 1-6Lignocellulose
  • Track 1-7Sustainable fuel
  • Track 1-8Waste utilization
  • Track 1-9Bio oil

Bioenergy is renewable energy created from natural, biological sources. Several natural sources, such as plants, animals, and their by-products, are often valuable resources. Trendy technology even makes landfills or waste zones potential bioenergy resources. It can be accustomed be a property power supply, providing heat, gas, and fuel. Because the energy contained in sources like plants is obtained from the sun through chemical process, it will be replenished and is taken into account an inexhaustible supply. Using bioenergy has the potential to decrease our carbon footprint and improve the surroundings. Whereas bioenergy uses an equivalent quantity of CO2 as ancient fossil fuels, the impact are often decreased as long because the plants used are replaced. Fast-growing trees and grass facilitate this method and are called bioenergy feedstock’s.


  • Track 2-1Biochar
  • Track 2-2Bioelectricity
  • Track 2-3Green biotechnology
  • Track 2-4Fossil Fuel
  • Track 2-5Biogreen pyrolysis

Renewable energy is electricity that's collected from renewable sources, which might be patently replenished on a person's timescale, consisting of daylight, wind, rain, tides, waves, and energy heat. Renewable strength often offers power in four important areas: energy era, air and water heating/cooling, transportation, and rural (off-grid) electricity offerings. Exploitation renewable could also be seen in day once day lifestyles basically in four areas energy technology, air and water heating and cooling transportation and rural (off-grid) energy services. The existence of this strength has been locating across large geographical location compared to different electricity resources. Large application of renewable electricity has resulted in tremendous improvement in electricity safety, weather amendment mitigation and economic blessings. Exploitation renewable energy has directed the humans to move forward from typical fuels due to the environmental reasons.


  • Track 3-1Renewable resources
  • Track 3-2Waste to energy
  • Track 3-3Energy storage
  • Track 3-4Geothermal

Second-generation biofuels additionally called advanced biofuels, square measure fuels which will be factory-made from varied styles of non-food biomass. Biomass during this context suggests that plant materials and animal waste used particularly as a supply of fuel. First-generation biofuels are made of the sugars and vegetable oils found in food crops exploitation customary process technologies. Second-generation biofuels area unit made up of totally different completely different} feedstock’s and thus might need different technology to extract helpful energy from them. Second generation feedstock’s embrace lignocellulose biomass or woody crops, agricultural residues or waste, further as dedicated non-food energy crops full-grown on marginal land unsuitable for crop production. The term second-generation biofuels is employed loosely to explain each the 'advanced' technology accustomed method feed stocks into biofuel, however additionally the utilization of non-food crops, biomass and wastes as feed stocks in 'standard' biofuels process technologies if appropriate. This causes some extensive confusion. so it's necessary to differentiate between second-generation feed stocks and second-generation biofuel process technologies.


  • Track 4-1Second generation biofuels
  • Track 4-2Lignocellulose
  • Track 4-3Jatropa
  • Track 4-4Camelina
  • Track 4-5Algae
  • Track 4-6Silver bullet
  • Track 4-7Sustainable feedstock
  • Track 4-8Cellulosic ethanol

Biomass is a trade term for obtaining energy by burning wood, and alternative organic matter. Burning biomass releases carbon emissions however has been classed as a renewable energy supply within the EU and international organization legal frameworks, as a result of plant stocks are often replaced with new growth. It’s become common among coal power stations that switch from coal to biomass so as to convert to renewable energy generation while not wasting existing generating plant and infrastructure. Biomass most frequently refers to plants or plant-based materials that aren't used for food or feed, and area unit specifically referred to as lignocellulose biomass. As an energy supply, biomass will either be used directly via combustion to supply heat, or indirectly once changing it to varied styles of biofuel. Conversion of biomass to biofuel will be achieved by completely different ways that are broadly speaking classified into: thermal, chemical, and organic chemistry. Some chemical constituents of plant biomass embody lignin’s, cellulose, and hemicellulose.

  • Track 5-1Lignocellulosic biomass
  • Track 5-2Biomass combustion
  • Track 5-3Biomass gasification
  • Track 5-4Fuel cell
  • Track 5-5Biomass dilemma

Green Energy might be a group of renewable energy and represents those renewable energy resources and technologies that supply the most effective environmental profit. Though the impacts are small, some renewable energy technologies can have an impact on the environment. As an example, large electricity resources can have environmental trade-offs on such issues as fisheries and land use


  • Track 6-1Solar energy
  • Track 6-2Geothermal heat
  • Track 6-3Wind energy
  • Track 6-4Hydropower
  • Track 6-5Landfills gas
  • Track 6-6Hydroelectric

Biodiesel is an alternate fuel almost like standard or ‘fossil’ diesel. Biodiesel are often created from straight edible fat, animal oil/fats, animal oil and waste vegetable oil. The method wont to convert these oils to Biodiesel is named Trans esterification. This method is represented in additional detail below. The most important potential supply of appropriate oil comes from oil crops like rapeseed, palm or soybean. Within the UK oilseed represents the best potential for biodiesel production. Most biodiesel made at the present is created from waste edible fat sourced from restaurants, chip shops, industrial food producers like Birdseye etc. although oil straight from the agricultural trade represents the best potential supply it's not being created commercially just because the raw oil is just too expensive. Once the price of changing it to biodiesel has been additional thereon is just too valuable to contend with fossil diesel. Waste edible fat will typically be sourced without charge or sourced already treated for little value. (The waste oil should be treated before conversion to biodiesel to get rid of impurities). The result's Biodiesel created from waste edible fat will contend with fossil diesel. A lot of concerning the price of biodiesel and the way factors like duty play a crucial role may be found here.


  • Track 7-1Transesterification
  • Track 7-2Fossil diesel
  • Track 7-3E-diesel

A bio refinery may be a facility that integrates biomass conversion processes and instrumentality to supply fuels, power, heat, and added chemicals from biomass. The bio refinery conception is analogous to today's oil refinery that produces multiple fuels and merchandise from crude oil.


  • Track 8-1Biochemical conversion
  • Track 8-2Biocomponent
  • Track 8-3Lignocellulosic feedstock biorefineries
  • Track 8-4Marine biorefineries
  • Track 8-5Conventional biorefineries
  • Track 8-6Green charcoal

Biogas generally refers to a combination of various gases made by the breakdown of organic matter within the absence of chemical element. Biogas is often created from raw materials like agricultural waste, manure, municipal waste, stuff, sewage, inexperienced waste or garbage. Biogas may be a renewable energy supply. Biogas is often created by anaerobic digestion with archaebacteria or anaerobic organisms that digest material within a closed system, or fermentation of perishable materials. This closed system is termed associate anaerobic autoclave, bio digester or a bioreactor. Biogas is primarily methane (CH4) and carbonic acid gas (CO2) and should have little amounts of gas sulphide (H2S), wetness and slogans. The gases methane, hydrogen, and monoxide (CO) will be combusted or change with gas. This energy unleashes permits biogas to be used as a fuel; it is often used for any heating purpose, like preparation. It also can be utilized in a internal-combustion engine to convert the energy within the gas into electricity and warmth.


  • Track 9-1 Renewable energy source
  • Track 9-2Gaseous fuel
  • Track 9-3Methane gas
  • Track 9-4Fermentation of organic matter

Our biomass technologies, combustion, and high-efficiency chemical change systems, were specially developed to be incorporated into the various completely different stages concerned in energy recovery from biomass. These systems and elements are tailored to be used in many various countries round the world and designed for a large type of fuels. This broad range of expertise suggests that we will offer energy production systems that may offer far more than simply electricity. For instance, we are able to additionally generate heat, method steam, artificial gas, and bio oil.


  • Track 10-1Anerobic digestion
  • Track 10-2Gasification
  • Track 10-3Pyrolysis
  • Track 10-4Fermentation
  • Track 10-5Direct combustion
  • Track 10-6Cofiring of biomass

Ethanol is created from sugar/starch from crops like sugarcane and corn severally. Sugar contained in these crops is fermented anaerobically by micro-organisms resulting in initial generation of biofuels (bio alcohols like bioethanol). The alcohol is often associate additive to petrol/gasoline and might therefore facilitate in conservation of fuels. Alcohol as a fuel additive are often used into existing combustion engines and distribution infrastructures conjointly needn't be altered. Another source of ethyl alcohol embraces wheat, sugar beet, and sorghum. Bioethanol fuel is especially created by the sugar fermentation method, though it can even be factory-made by the chemical change of reacting ethane with steam. the most sources of sugar needed to supply fermentation alcohol return from fuel or energy crops. Fermentation alcohol burns to supply greenhouse emission and water.


  • Track 11-1Renewable and sustainable energy
  • Track 11-2Fermentation of carbohydrate
  • Track 11-3Ethanol gel
  • Track 11-4Automobile fuel
  • Track 11-5Conventional ethanol
  • Track 11-6Cellulosic bioethanol

Biofuel production is that the method of manufacturing the biofuel, biodiesel, through the chemical reactions Trans esterification and esterification. This involves vegetable or animal fats and oils being reacted with short-chain alcohols (typically methyl alcohol or ethanol). The alcohols used ought to be of low mass, ethyl alcohol being one among the foremost used for its low price. However, larger conversions into biodiesel will be reached exploitation methyl alcohol. Though the trans esterification reaction are often catalysed by either acids or bases the foremost common suggests that of production is base-catalysed trans esterification. This path has lower reaction times and catalyst value than those expose by acid contact action. However, alkaline contact action has the disadvantage of its high sensitivity to each water and free fatty acids gift within the oils.


  • Track 12-1Synthetic biofuels
  • Track 12-2Algae biofuels
  • Track 12-3Bioethanol advanced production
  • Track 12-4Biodiesel production
  • Track 12-5Synthetic bio fuel production
  • Track 12-6Synthetic bio fuel production
  • Track 12-7Nanotechnology in biofuels
  • Track 12-8Nanotechnology in biofuels

Green chemistry, conjointly referred to as property chemistry, is a section of chemistry and chemical engineering centred on the planning of merchandise and processes that minimize the utilization and generation of risky substances. Whereas environmental chemistry focuses on the consequences of polluting chemicals on nature, inexperienced chemistry focuses on the environmental impact of chemistry, together with technological approaches to preventing pollution and reducing consumption of renewable resources. The overarching goals of green chemistry—namely, additional resource-efficient and inherently safer style of molecules, materials, products, and processes—can be pursued during a wide range of contexts. Green chemistry emerged from a spread of existing concepts and analysis efforts (such as atom economy and catalysis) within the amount leading up to the Nineties, within the context of skyrocketing attention to issues of chemical pollution and resource depletion.


  • Track 13-1Sustainable chemistry
  • Track 13-2Environmental impact of chemistry
  • Track 13-3Use of biotechnology
  • Track 13-4Eco-friendly chemicals and materials
  • Track 13-5Outcome of wealth from waste
  • Track 13-6Green nano chemistry
  • Track 13-7Combinational green chemistry
  • Track 13-8Supra molecular chemistry

In embodiments of the current invention, systems for manufacturing a biodiesel product from multiple feedstocks might embrace a biodiesel reactor, a decanter, a flash evaporator and a distillation column. In alternative embodiments of the current invention, a method for manufacturing a biodiesel includes distilling a biodiesel reaction product to get rid of tocopherols and alcohol glycosides and, optionally, adding biodiesel stabilizers to the resultant biodiesel to reinforce thermal stability. The elements of the system are interconnected in order that parameters could also be regulated to permit production of a custom biodiesel product.


  • Track 14-1Alcohol formulation
  • Track 14-2Catalyst formulation
  • Track 14-3Transesterification
  • Track 14-4Non catalytic production
  • Track 14-5Supercritical reaction
  • Track 14-6Microwave heating