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Bagasse exergy


, : Bagasse exergy. Zuckerindustrie 118(11): 859-862

Over 250 Mt sugarcane bagasse is produced annually in the world, and its economic importance, particularly as an energy source, cannot be ignored. The cane sugar industry is increasingly seeking to optimize its energy economy in order to improve the utilization of this valuable byproduct. Since bagasse is primarily used as a fuel, analyses of energy economy require reliable process and material data, including the exergy value of the bagasse.

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