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- Tiffany, Douglas G., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Biomass and bioenergy 2014 v.63 pp. 92-100
- biocoal; biomass; business enterprises; carbon dioxide; coal; corn; corn stover; electricity; energy; ethanol; gasoline; greenhouse gas emissions; greenhouse gases; heat; life cycle assessment; power plants; steam; torrefaction; water content; Midwestern United States
- ... A life cycle assessment (LCA) study was conducted to understand and assess potential greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction benefits of a biomass torrefaction business integrated with other industrial businesses for the use of the excess heat from the torrefaction off-gas volatiles and biocoal. A torrefaction plant processing 30.3 Mg h−1 of corn stover at 17% wet basis (w.b.) moisture content wa ...