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April 22, 2022

Biofuels Webinar 2022

Theme: Fuels for Future Use

Webinar on Biofuels” gathering all the worldwide leaders in Biofuel and Bioenergy and relevant fields to share their views within the theme of “Fuels for Future Use” held on April 22, 2022. It will provide a top forum for researchers, understudies, modern to uncover their examination work, to Share their insight in the field of Biofuels. Biofuels provides an appealing moment to meet people in the experimentation field and therefore it takes a pleasure in opening a doorway to encounter the ability in the field, young researchers and potential World-renowned speakers.

Session 1: Biogas
Biogas plants believe anaerobic digestion, a fermentation process during which waste is digested by microbes to supply methane gas biogas. it's been cited as a renewable energy alternative with great potential thanks to the very fact that it's a zero-emissions process. Additionally, biogas generation relies on renewable, natural materials which can be replanted or reproduced, thus making it a sustainable method.
The by-product of the biogas generation process is enriched organic digestive, which may be a perfect supplement to, or substitute for, chemical fertilisers, which frequently have toxic and harmful effects. In contrast, the organic digestate can accelerate plant growth and resilience to diseases.
Session 2: Bioenergy
It is a kind of renewable energy that's derived from recently living organic materials mentioned as biomass, which can be used to produce transportation fuels, heat, electricity, and products. Bioenergy is energy made from biomass or biofuel. Biomass is any organic material which has absorbed sunlight and stored it within the sort of energy .Biomass has significant potential and may be directly burned for heating or power generation, or it are often converted into oil or gas substitutes. Liquid biofuels, a convenient renewable substitute for gasoline, are mostly utilized in the transport sector.
Session 3: Bio refineries
Conventional resources mainly fossil fuels are getting limited due to the rapid increase in energy demand. This imbalance in energy demand and provide has placed immense pressure not only on consumer prices but also on the environment, prompting mankind to seem for sustainable energy resources. Biomass is one such environmentally friendly natural resources from which various useful chemicals and fuels are often produced. A system almost like a oil refinery is required to supply fuels and useful chemicals from biomass and is understood as a bio refinery.
Session 4: Bioethanol
Ethanol or ethyl alcohol may be a clear colourless liquid, it's biodegradable, low in toxicity and causes little environmental pollution if spilt. Ethanol burns to supply CO2 and water. Ethanol may be a high octane fuel and has replaced lead as an octane enhancer in petrol. By blending ethanol with gasoline we'll also oxygenate the fuel mixture so it burns more completely and reduces polluting emissions. Ethanol is often produced from biomass by the hydrolysis and sugar fermentation processes. So as to scale back the dimensions of the feedstock and to open up the plant part. The cellulose and thus the hemi cellulose portions are weakened hydrolysed by enzymes or dilute acids into sucrose sugar that's then fermented into ethanol.
Session 5: Biodiesel
Biodiesel is an alternative fuel similar to conventional or ‘fossil’ diesel. Biodiesel can be produced from straight vegetable oil, animal oil/fats, tallow and waste cooking oil. The process used to convert these oils to Biodiesel is called Trans esterification. Biodiesel has many environmentally beneficial properties. The main benefit of biodiesel is that it can be described as ‘carbon neutral’. This means that the fuel produces no net output of carbon in the form of carbon dioxide (CO2). This effect occurs because when the oil crop grows it absorbs the same amount of CO2 as is released when the fuel is combusted.

  • Biogas
  • Bioenergy
  • Bio refineries
  • Bioethanol
  • Biodiesel