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Biomass Energy

This Prezi will take a look at what biomass energy is, how it is used, and where we get it from. There will be interesting facts, a point of irony, and a picture with a person who many of us might know! All sources are cited. Enjoy!
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Rozac, Dino
Coronado, Kevin
Per. 2
10/1/13

We knew you were!!!
What is biomass?
Sources
Onward !!!!!!
Biomass Energy
How it is made Usable?


1) Combustion Reactions

2) Dead plant materials






Usable Cont.
Emerging Technologies
1) Livestock waste

2) Sewage Waste from Homes

3) Firewood
Interesting Fact 1
Advantages
Disadvantages
Did you know?
What we believe is needed in ideal energy source
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Renewable Energy Source
Takes up organic materials
Creates mostly electric energy
Plant makes food -->
Plant dies -->
Used as source of energy
Used in combustion reactions
Used in making fires
Forest biomass = most expensive fuel
Modern: Solid biomass, biogas, biofuel, and biodiesal
Transport < 50 miles
Using biomass energy is an ancient practice
Ex/
Diatoms
Briquettes
Burning wood
Ideal: Cost efficient
Ideal: More energy output than input
Ideal: Easily acquirable
Ideal: Global Scale and long-term use
Biomass energy can fulfill all 4 ideals
High efficiency rate
Ethanol
Requires more research


Indifferent to fuel change

Environmentally friendly
Helps with landfill problems
Could generate up to 170,000 jobs
Land use
Some projects are limited
Work is needed to reduce cost
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