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Factors affecting biochemical composition of lignocellulosic biomass and its effect on selection of pretreatment method and on bioethanol production potential
(Eesti Maaülikool, 2015)
European Union has set a target of reaching 20% share of renewable energy in the overall energy production for the year 2020. This also includes that 10% of fuel used in transportation sector has to be produced from ...
The Development and Biomass Production of Grey Alder Stand on Abandoned Agricultural Land in Relation to Nitrogen and Carbon Dynamics
(Eesti Maaülikool, 2012)
During the last decades, forest coverage of Estonia has increased, mostly due to the natural afforestation of the abandoned agricultural areas. In Estonian conditions grey alder is one of the main pioneer tree species to ...
Second-generation bioethanol production: strategies for sidestreams valorisation in a sustainable circular economy
(Eesti Maaülikool, 2020)
Due to the increase of the energy production mainly from non–renewable energy sources, there is a need for alternative sources of energy. Second–generation biofuel production, using lignocellulosic biomass as a feedstock, ...
Characteristics of Bioethanol Fuel Obtained From LignocelluloseI Biomass in Internal Combustion Reciprocating Engines With Spark- and Compressioignition
(Eesti Maaülikool, 2013)
It can be claimed about the use of bioethanol produced on the basis of lignocellulose raw material under Estonian conditions that: 1. The amount of fuel produced from one hectare of natural grasslands is seven times ...
Dynamics of Living and Dead Woody Biomass in Forest Ecosystem After Windthrow
(Eesti Maaülikool, 2009)
Tugevad tuuled mõjutavad oluliselt meie metsade dünaamikat. Tormikahjustuste osakaal on aastate lõikes üha enam tõusnud, seega on antud teema muutunud aktuaalseks ja vajadus süvendatud uuringute järele kasvab, eriti ...
Development and optimization of a reagent-free pretreatment method for the production of liquid biofuels from lignocellulosic waste
(Estonian University of Life Sciences, 2022)
Global energy consumption and demand are increasing every year. In 2018, the distribution of global energy consumption was as follows: 51% heat production, 17% electricity production and 32% transportation sector. There ...