I.C. engine power plants have significant and suitable waste heat for the production of ethanol. Such power plants are often located in conjunction with cattle and grain producing areas, two of the important ingredients for ethanol production. Cogeneration of ethanol from I.C. engines will afford significant production of ethanol without requiring more fuel than is currently used.
Noon, Randall, "Cogeneration of Ethanol from I.C. Engine Powerplants: An Economical and Convenient Method to Supply Process Energy for Ethanol Production" (1980). UMR-MEC Conference on Energy / UMR-DNR Conference on Energy. 212, pp. 42-45.
7th Annual UMR-MEC Conference on Energy (1980: Oct. 14-16, Rolla, MO)
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