an investigation on the economic feasibility of macroalgae

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Overall the feasibility of a combined fish shellfish and/or seaweed aquaculture enterprise within offshore wind farming areas depends on such factors as: (1) technological implementation (2) biological feasibility (3) environmental sustainability of the enterprise and (4) the economic feasibility of the operation (Buck et al 2008a Buck

CFD and PBM of gas

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Macroalgae for CO2 Capture and Renewable Energy

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2020-8-1The growth curves of three microalgae were studied • M reisseri has the most efficient economic feasibility in cultivation period among them M reisseri has the highest energy conversion efficiency when converted to crude bio-oil ZSM-5 sharply increased hydrocarbon content of M reisseri and S obliquus FACHB-276 in bio-oil Mixture of ZSM-5 and MCM-41 greatly increased hydrocarbon

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2016-7-1This study examines the economic feasibility of seaweed production in the vacant space within the confines of an offshore wind farm by use of an economic model Based on scientific literature reports and interviews insight was gathered into the current and potential status of offshore seaweed production in combination with offshore wind

The Role of Algae in Pharmaceutical Development

The Role of Algae in Pharmaceutical Development Aditya T 1 * Bitu G 1 and Mercy Eleanor G 2 1 KIIT School of Biotechnology Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology University Bhubaneswar India 2 Vignan Institute of Pharmacentical Technology Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Kakinada Andhra *Corresponding Author: Aditya T KIIT School of Biotechnology

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2020-4-23Project Summary/AbstractThe rise of anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is a paramount issue facing aburgeoning human population Elevated levels of GHGs in the atmosphere including record levelsof methane (CH4) are contributing to potential catastrophic climate change The agricultureindustry is a major producer of CH4: ruminant livestock account for approximately 25% of

Eco‐engineering urban infrastructure for marine and

Given that eco‐engineering interventions are unlikely to fully compensate for impacts of urban infrastructure the feasibility of "nature‐based" approaches which entail restoration conservation or creation of habitats that provide the desired functions of infrastructure should first be investigated prior to the decision to build new

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A techno-economic evaluation of bioenergy production from macroalgae was carried out in this study Six different scenarios were examined for the production of different energy products and by-products Seaweed was produced either via the longline method or the grid method Final products of these scenarios were either ethanol from fermentation or electricity from anaerobic digestion (AD)

2016-9-3The macroalgae production of this yield is approximately 11 480 995 tonnes In addition the amount of maximum macroalgae production with 11 480 995 tonnes is done by assuming of nitrogen absorption during macroalgae cultivation In comparison the calculation by James (2010) suggests that 40 3 tonnes of nitrogen will go into environment

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2019-11-11The aim of this investigation was to assess co-hydrothermal liquefaction of a wider range of UK macroalgae species with a range of plastics commonly found in marine environments (PE polypropylene (PP) and nylon-6 (NY)) in order to model the effect of plastic contaminants on macroalgal biocrude production within a marine biorefinery context

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2020-5-11The marine macroalgae Enteromorpha prolifera was one of the main algal genera that occurred in the widespread green tides in Qingdao China during the summers of 2007 2008 and 2010 It is thus a plentiful source of biomass and could be used as a biofuel In this study the pyrolytic

Ultrasonic intensification as a tool for enhanced

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Pyrolysis Characteristics and Kinetics of Macroalgae

2020-5-11The marine macroalgae Enteromorpha prolifera was one of the main algal genera that occurred in the widespread green tides in Qingdao China during the summers of 2007 2008 and 2010 It is thus a plentiful source of biomass and could be used as a biofuel In this study the pyrolytic

Potential of the micro and macro algae for biofuel

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Frontiers

Overall the feasibility of a combined fish shellfish and/or seaweed aquaculture enterprise within offshore wind farming areas depends on such factors as: (1) technological implementation (2) biological feasibility (3) environmental sustainability of the enterprise and (4) the economic feasibility of the operation (Buck et al 2008a Buck

CFD and PBM of gas

2019-3-11experimental investigation of its use as alternative fuel in a direct injection diesel engine Applied Energy 86 (10) pp 2114–2120 Fernando I G Vicente R Juan S Salvador H 2010 Feasibility study of a thermally coupled reactive distillation process for biodiesel production Chemical

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techno economic fermentation

Techno-economic assessment is a tool for making an estimate of the performance emissions and cost of a power plant before it is built When applied to estimates of commercially available systems such estimates can be reliable if they are based on recent data that take into account current equipment labor and consumables' pricing and

techno economic fermentation

Techno-economic assessment is a tool for making an estimate of the performance emissions and cost of a power plant before it is built When applied to estimates of commercially available systems such estimates can be reliable if they are based on recent data that take into account current equipment labor and consumables' pricing and

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2015-3-6Macroalgal biomass has been considered as a prospective feedstock for biofuel production as among other benefits it is an abundant source of renewable sugars and its growth does not require arable land fresh water or intense care Successful commercial deployment of macroalgae-based biorefineries however depends on their economic viability at industrial scales

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DTI has over the past 5-7 years worked with macroalgae and biorefinery projects and the MAB4 project builds upon this body of knowledge DTI expects the MAB4 project to provide a clear pathway to commercial final products and answer key questions in regards to the economic and ecologic feasibility of macroalgae cultivation and biorefinery

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Economics of Natural Resource Utilization

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Economic native plants of New Zealand

Economic Native Plants of N e w Zealand 1 STANLEY G BROOKER 2 RICHARD C CAMBIE 3 AND ROBERT C COOPER 4 The known and potential uses of New Zealand native plants and the products obtained from them are reviewed and 171 grasses The indigenous flora also includes ca 800 marine macroalgae 750 marine microalgae 15 freshwater Characeae