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Today low cost and accessible energy can no longer be taken for granted We are back to a point where many people, including materials scientists and engineers, are beginning to appreciate the need for renewable resources like wood This appreciation is heightened and fed by the fact that the United States finds itself blessed with a timber inventory that is increasing each year Unfortunately, much of this is not of the large clear sixes and high quality to which we are accustomed On the other hand, the past abundance of timber and the dispersion of the industry have worked against advances in technology for the efficient production, conversion, and use of wood products Fortunately, and despite its relatively recent origin as a recognized field of study, wood science has had an appreciable effect on wood technology as well as science in general The study of wood chemistry has contributed to our understanding of the principal components of wood cellulose and lignin and their reactions Early research on hydrolysis of cellulose was prompted by fuel needs in World War I, but contributed much to our knowledge of this form of chemical reaction Similarly, research on nitrocellulose was prompted by the needs for explosives Accompanying studies of saccharification and fermentation are contributing much to our scientific knowledge in those areas Engineering studies of wood as an orthotropic material contributed strongly to the concept of sandwich construction, now commonly used in aircraft design, as well as to the early development of glass-fiber-reinforced plastics in the 1950s and 1960s Another research focus is on use of wood for fuel, which still plays a big part in man s existence Today about half of the world s annual wood harvest is burned for those same products primitive man valued from his wood fire heat and light But much of this is in the less developed countries In most developed countries, use of wood for fuel peaked in the last century But with the energy situation as it is today, even developed countries are turning to wood for fuel It is renewable, relatively cheap, low in ash content, and negligible in sulfur content On the other hand, wood is bulky, has less than half the heat of combustion of fuel oil, and in its green state is heavy to ship Furthermore the cost of a wood-burning system may be three to four times that of a gas-burning installation because of fuel storage, handling, and air quality control systems These drawbacks have kindled interest in production of liquid and gaseous fuels from wood Much research is devoted to improving existing technology and devising new approaches, but such fuels are still expensive compared with petroleum-based fuels Finally, closely related to the conversion of wood to liquid or gaseous fuel is the use of the chemical storehouse that is wood to produce a wide range of silvichemicals Research has shown how to produce useful products from cellulosic polymers, wood and bark extractives, oleoresins, and pulping liquors Many processes of these types already form the basis of chemical production on a commercial scale But the potential to use wood as a chemical feedstock is much greater than has so far been realized Whole wood can be gasified, liquefied, or pyrolized in ways comparable with those used for coal to yield a wide variety of chemicals Cellulose, as a glucose polymer, can be hydrolyzed to the glucose monomer by acid or enzymes, and the glucose then fermented to ethanol The ethanol can be used as a fuel or as a source of other important chemicals such as ethylene or butadiene As an alternative, use of glucose as substrate for fermentation would make possible production of antibiotics, vitamins, and enzymes Hemicelluloses can easily be converted to simple sugars which can be used to produce ethanol or furfural, a potential raw material for nylon or other synthetics Lignin can be pyrolized, hydrogenated, and hydrolyzed to yield phenols, which can be further processed to benzene Once the technology and economics are feasible, future plants will manufacture a variety of these very significant chemicals from wood, now derived from petroleum or other resources
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Decoding Code 128 Code Set B In .NET Framework
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PDF 417 Reader In Java
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