Energy is an important ingredient in the development of any country. India imports petroleum to an extent of 80 % of its total requirement. It implies that oil prices and oil availability are not under our control and such a kind of dependence on imports leads to energy insecurity. In this context, renewable sources of energy especially bioenergy gains significance. Besides, biomass is a storehouse of various chemicals.
Much advancement has taken place in the utilization of biomass for deriving energy as well as chemicals. The NCECB is expected to bring together professionals who will showcase the progress achieved by them in the field of biomass research. The conference will have (i) plenary sessions of eminent professors from IITs, IISc, NITs, Anna University, etc., (ii) oral presentations by the researchers/professionals working in this field, and (iii) exhibition.
- Biomass resource assessment, types of biomass, properties, drying, briquetting,
- Vegetable oil, transesterification, biodiesel,
- Thermo-chemical processes- combustion, gasification, pyrolysis,
- Biochemical processes-anaerobic digestion, fermentation,
- Biohydrogen, syngas, Fischer Tropsch synthesis,
- Phenolic compounds, sugars, solvents, oxy-chemicals,
- Manufacture of charcoal, activated carbon, electrode grade carbon,
- Bioenergy conversion devices like furnaces, engines, turbines,
- Machineries for biomass processing, etc.
- The authors are requested to send an abstract not exceeding 2 pages as per the template ‘Template-abstract.docx’ by email to email@example.com on or before 5-8-2019.
- After screening, the ‘Corresponding author’ will be intimated by email on 10-8-2019, if the abstract is selected.
- The paper will be peer-reviewed and the reviewer’s comments will be passed on to the ‘Corresponding author’ on or before 15-9-2019 for implementation in the final paper.
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