3 edition of Small-scale fuel alcohol production found in the catalog.
Small-scale fuel alcohol production
United States. Dept. of Agriculture.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||prepared with the assistance of Development Planning and Research Associates.|
|Contributions||Development Planning & Research Associates.|
|LC Classifications||TP358 .U7 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||221 p. in various pagings :|
|Number of Pages||221|
|LC Control Number||80601860|
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Author of the book, Alcohol Fuel,” Richard Freudenberger teaches us the hands-on details of small scale alcohol fuel production (ethanol). Richard describes the processes involved and the distinctions between different types of alcohol, decisions about effective types of feedstocks to use and how you can integrate this technology into your farm/garden/homestead. Get this from a library! Fuel from farms: a guide to small-scale ethanol production. [National Agricultural Library (U.S.); United States. Office of Alcohol Fuels.; Solar Energy Research Institute. Technical Information Office.;].
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The search for alternative fuel sources has led to the development of ethanol, a gasoline substitute, but large-scale production of corn-based ethanol is. For anyone contem- plating small scale production of fuel alcohol, factors such as self suffi- ciency, interest in innovation, and interest in alternative uses for farm products are likely to be present.
REFERENCES Andrews, A.S., Haggett, K.D. and Woodmore, P.J., A facility for the evaluation of fuel ethanol production in small-scale by: 5. Alcohol Fuel We should salute the pioneers who worked out the details of small-scale fuel production. We should also do them the honor of turning their innovation into a meaningful agent of change in the future.
This book improves our opportunity to do both of those things. — Bryan Welch, from the Foreword. vi, 89,  pages: 28 cm. Fuel from farms: a guide to small-scale ethanol production Item Preview.
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Throughout history, alcohol has been used as a first four aliphatic alcohols (methanol, ethanol, propanol, and butanol) are of interest as fuels because they can be synthesized chemically or biologically, and they have characteristics which allow them to be used in internal combustion general chemical formula for alcohol fuel is C n H 2n+1 OH.
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This book is about the small scale production of ethanol for use as a motor fuel. In Alcohol Fuel: A Guide to Small-Scale Ethanol (New Society Publishing, ), Richard Freudenberger gives readers all the information they need create a small-scale ethanol plant.
In this excerpt from Chapter 4, he covers all the production aspects a would-be alcohol. Alcohol fuel can be an important part of the solution, but it is by no means a panacea. If all of the This book is about the small scale production of ethanol for use as a motor fuel.
However, before becoming committed to ethanol, there are other alternatives that should be considered. 5File Size: 1MB.
Ethanol production on small scale (on-farm) substantially contributes to the effort to replace fossil fuels. However, the share of small scale production remains incipient, either due to inefficiency in the process or legal restrictions on the commercialization of hydrous ethanol by: Alcohol fuel is a very well written guide to making small scale alcohol author obviously has alot of experience with this subject.I bought it for a different perspective from "Alcohol can be a Gas" which it I had to choose I would go for "Alcohol can be a gas" first because it contains much more r Alcohol fuel /5(20).
Author of the book, Alcohol Fuel," Richard Freudenberger teaches us the hands-on details of small scale alcohol fuel production (ethanol). Richard .