Allied Academics is proud to announce its 9th International Congress on renewable Energy and Advanced Biofuels, which is to be held during December 7-8, 2017 in Madrid, Spain. On this great gathering, Organizing Committee invites participants from all over the globe to take part in this annual conference with the theme “Future fuels- A revolution in the field of energy”. Advanced Biofuels 2017 aims at sharing new ideas and new technologies among the professionals, industrialists and students from research areas of Renewable energies i.e biofuels to share their recent innovations and applications in various fields and indulge in interactive discussions and technical sessions at the event. The Conference will also have a space for companies and/or institutions to present their services, products, innovations and research results.
Advanced Biofuels 2017 involves the tracks like,Bio Fuels, Chemistry of biofuels, First generation biofuels, Second generation Biofuels, Biomass, Biomethantion, Biofuels perception and implications, Food versus fuel, Advanced technologies for production of biofuels.
Renewable Energy Scientists.
Environmental engineering Professors.
Research Scholars and students.
Renewable energy and biofuel Industries.
Renewable energy Associations.
Environmental Science Engineers
Allied Academics invites all the participants across the globe to attend the 9th International Congress on renewable Energy and Advanced Biofuels during December 7-8 in Madrid,Spain with the theme "Future fuels- A revolution in the field of energy" with an objective to encourage young minds and their research abilities by providing an opportunity to meet the experts in the field of Renewable Energies i.e Biofuels
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Biofuels are also known as agro fuels. Biofuels are created from living beings or from metabolic by-items (natural or nourishment squander items) instead of a fuel delivered by geographical procedures, for example, those included in the development of non-renewable energy sources, for example, coal and oil. Bio fuels are classified into first generation fuels, second generation fuels, third generation fuels. Biodiesel is a type of diesel fuel fabricated from vegetable oils, creature fats, or reused eatery oils. It is sheltered, biodegradable, and creates less air contaminations than oil based diesel. Biodiesel can be utilized as a part of its unadulterated shape (B100) or mixed with oil diesel. The use of biofuels has helped us to mitigate climate change, reduce the dependence on fossil fuels, and decrease risks to life and land and has provided a safe and competitive energy source
Track 2. Types of biofuels
Biofuels, like fossil fuels, come in a number of forms and meet a number of different energy needs. The class of biofuels is subdivided into two generations, each of which contains a number of different fuels. First generation biofuels are made from sugar, starch, or vegetable oil. Second generation biofuels are “greener” in that they are made from sustainable feedstock. Bioethanol, bio alcohol, bio ethers, biogas ,green diesel, solid biofuels are first generation fuels. Cellulosic ethanol, Bio hydrogen, Methanol,, Dimethyl furan, Fischer-Tropsch Biodiesel are second generation biofuels.
Track 3.Chemistry of biofuels
Biofuels are either fluid or vaporous fuel. They can be created from any source that can be recharged quickly, e.g. plants, farming products and metropolitan waste. Current biofuels are delivered from sugar and starch yields, for example, wheat and sugar stick, which are likewise some portion of the evolved way of life. One of the key focuses for vitality specialists is a supportable course to biofuels from non-consumable lignocellulose (plant) biomass, for example, farming squanders, ranger service deposits or reason developed vitality grasses. These are cases of supposed progressed biofuels. Current biofuels, for example, ethanol, have a lower vitality content (volumetric vitality thickness) contrasted and ordinary hydrocarbon powers, petroleum and regular gas
Track 4. First generation biofuels
Fuels extracted for the edible foods are known as first generation fuels. They used corn, wheat, cassava, barley, rye, soybean, sugarcane, sugar beet, or sweet sorghum as feedstock. Corn, wheat, and sugar stock are the most ordinarily utilized original biofuel bolster stock. Corn is the essential wellspring of the world's fuel ethanol and the vast majority of that corn originates from the United States. Starting at 2012, more than 40 percent of the US corn product was being utilized to deliver corn ethanol, however not all of ethanol is utilized as biofuel. Not far behind corn in terms of overall ethanol production is sugar cane. These provide only limited biofuel yields and have a negative impact on food security. Efforts are now needed to accelerate the generation of advanced biofuels by identifying and engineering effective non-food feed stocks, improving theperformance of conversion technologies and the quality of biofuels for different transport sectors.
Track5. Second generation biofuels
Second generation biofuels are otherwise called progressed biofuels. What isolates them from original biofuels the way that feedstock utilized as a part of creating second generation biofuels are by and large not sustenance crops. Different innovation is frequently used to concentrate vitality from them. This does not imply that second generation biofuels can't be scorched specifically as the biomass. The second generation processing techniques are thermal conversion and bio chemical conversion. The second generation biofuels are already an improvement in producing biofuels from feedstock of lignocellulose, non-food materials that include straw, bagasse, forest residues and purpose grown energy crops on marginal lands. Projects are needed to maximize the amount of renewable carbon and hydrogen that can be converted to fuels.
Track 6. Third generation biofuels
Third generation fuels are advanced version of fuels. Already, green growth was lumped in with second generation biofuels. Be that as it may, when it wound up noticeably clear that green growth are able to do considerably higher yields with lower asset contributions than other feedstock, many recommended that they be moved to their own class. They are presently under extensive research in order to improve both the metabolic production of fuels and the separation processes in bio-oil production to remove non-fuel components and to further lower the production costs. One of the major benefits of algae is that they can use a diverse array of carbon sources. Most notably, it has been suggested that algae might be tied directly to carbon emitting sources (power plants, industry, etc.) where they could directly convert emissions into usable fuel. This means that no carbon dioxide would be released from these settings and thus total emissions would be reduced substantially.Butanol is of great interest because the alcohol is exceptionally similar to gasoline. In fact, it has a nearly identical energy density to gasoline and an improved emissions profile.
Track 7. Biomass
In environment, biomass alludes to the whole mass of every single living thing in a given zone or biological community at any one time. In recent years, the term “biomass" has been used by the biofuel industry to refer to biological material from a living, or recently living organism. Wood is the largest single source of biomass energy. Wood is actually the least expensive means of generating heat; wood is becoming less frequently used because of its inconvenience. Bio mass is classified into two types namely woody biomass and non woody biomass. Conversion of biomass into fuels several technologies are currently developed to densify the biomass and among them the screw press is reported to consume the most energy. It is well reported that biofuels offers several environmental benefits over fossil fuels like biofuels from lignocellulosic biomass have reduced emissions and fixed CO2, a greenhouse gas, among other things. In the near future when a new bio refinery is established, several technologies will be assembled based on their impact on the environment.
Biogas regularly alludes to a blend of various gasses created
by the breakdown of natural matter without oxygen. Biogas can be delivered from
crude material testing, for example, rural waste, compost, metropolitan waste,
plant material, sewage, green waste or sustenance squander. It is a sustainable
power source and by and large applies a little carbon impression. Biogas can be compressed, the same way natural
gas is compressed to CNG, and used to power motor
vehicles. The composition of biogas varies
depending upon the origin of the anaerobic
digestion process. Applications of biogas are as follows;
biogas can be used for electricity production on sewage works, in a CHP gas
engine, where the waste heat from the engine is
conveniently used for heating the digester; cooking; space heating; water heating; and process heating.
Biogas regularly alludes to a blend of various gasses created by the breakdown of natural matter without oxygen. Biogas can be delivered from crude material testing, for example, rural waste, compost, metropolitan waste, plant material, sewage, green waste or sustenance squander. It is a sustainable power source and by and large applies a little carbon impression. Biogas can be compressed, the same way natural gas is compressed to CNG, and used to power motor vehicles. The composition of biogas varies depending upon the origin of the anaerobic digestion process. Applications of biogas are as follows; biogas can be used for electricity production on sewage works, in a CHP gas engine, where the waste heat from the engine is conveniently used for heating the digester; cooking; space heating; water heating; and process heating.
Track 9. Food versus Biofuels
Food versus fuel is the dilemma regarding the risk of diverting farmland or crops for biofuels production to the detriment of the food supply. The biofuel and food price debate involves wide-ranging views, and is a long-standing, controversial one in the literature. This complexity and uncertainty is due to the large number of impacts and feedback loops that can positively or negatively affect the price system. Biofuel production has increased in recent years. Some commodities like maize (corn), sugar cane or vegetable oil can be used either as food, feed, or to make biofuels. An economic assessment report published by the OECD in July 2008 found that "the impact of current biofuel policies on world crop prices, largely through increased demand for cereals and vegetable oils, is significant but should not be overestimated. Fuel for agricultural use often does not have fuel taxes.
Track 10. Bio Hydrogen
Bio hydrogen is defined as hydrogen produced biologically, most commonly by algae, bacteria and archaea. Bio hydrogen is a potential biofuel obtainable from both cultivation and from waste organic materials. If hydrogen by fermentation is to be introduced as an industry, the fermentation process will be dependent on organic acids as substrate for photo-fermentation. The organic acids are necessary for high hydrogen production rates. Several strategies for the production of hydrogen by fermentation in lab-scale have been found in literature. However no strategies for industrial-scale productions have been found. Dark fermentation, photo fermentation and combined fermentation are different fermentation methods to produce bio hydrogen. Therefore there is a large scope for bio hydrogen in future and an extensive research is still going on in this area.
Track 11. Advanced technologies for the production of biofuels
Hydrolysis of lignocellulosic plant matter to fermentable sugars, followed by fermentation to ethanol.Gasification of biomass to a syngas consisting mainly of CO and H2, Hydrogenation of vegetable oils to produce a fuel product similar to diesel, Rapid heating of biomass in the absence of oxygen to produce a char, gas and organic vapors, Fermentation of sugars from biomass to butanol. 30% higher energy content than ethanol, Culture of oil containing microalgae, followed by harvesting of the oil and esterification to biodiesel. These are some of the advanced technologies for the production of bio fuels in which some are still at research and development stage and are on the their for producing them commercially .
Track 12.Future of Biofuels & Bioenergy
Biofuels have been until now the only alternative energy source that has significantly contributed to supplying the trans - port sector with energy. Biofuels shall contribute up to 10% to the EU road transport fuel supply by 2020. The scenarios for an energy transition in the transport sector and for compliance with the global 2°C climate change mitigation goal show that biofuels may well have a great future. Algae have been regarded as promising new feedstock in the global discussion of biofuels, and biofuels produced from them are sometimes described as “3rd generation”, because they would no longer require the use of land. Biomass production for biofuels could displace existing products from land currently used for food, forage and fiber, which could increase the price of these goods in global markets. Therefore biofuels will create a revolution in energy sector in upcoming years.
Market is required to accumulate $23.9 billion by 2020, enrolling a CAGR of 49.4% amid the figure time frame 2014 - 2020. Second era biofuels yield more vitality effective yield than customary fossil fills and are condition benevolent too. Other empowering components, for example, positive ecological controls and approaches, ventures/reserves gave by the North American and European governments for R&D and commercialization of second era biofuels, additionally drive development of the second era biofuels advertise. In light of biofuel sorts, the market is divided into Cellulosic ethanol, Biodiesel, Biobutanol, BioDME and others. At present, the vast majority of the second era biofuels, for example, Cellulosic ethanol, (green growth based) Biodiesel are in the underlying phases of commercialization, while Biobutanol and BioDME are in the research center/pilot generation stage. Credited to utilization of high return feedstock (green growth), combined with high potential for diminishment of GHG discharges, it is assessed that Biodiesel will gather the biggest piece of the pie regarding creation (among alternate sorts of second era biofuels).
Topographically, the second era biofuels market is divided into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and LAMEA. Inferable from great controls and money related support from the legislatures of created districts - North America and Europe, have collected greater part piece of the overall industry in 2013, notwithstanding, this situation would change by 2020.
To use openings in the second era biofuels advertise, many organizations are setting up plants for creation of such biofuels. A portion of the key assembling organizations profiled in the report are Algenol Biofuels, Abengoa bioenergy, POET-DSM, GranBio, INEOS Bio, Inbicon, Clariant, ZeaChem, DuPont Industrial Biosciences and Fiberight LLC.