Sugarcane Bioethanol

R&D for productivity and sustainability

Luís Augusto Barbosa Cortez - Editor

2010 — 1ª edição

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ISBN: 9788521205302
Páginas: 992
Formato: 21x28 cm
Ano de Publicação: 2010
Peso: 2.400 kg

Conteúdo

Contents

Part 1         Public Policy Strategies for Ethanol in Brazil

Luís Augusto Barbosa Cortez (organizer)

1         INTRODUCTION

Luís Augusto Barbosa Cortez

2         THE BRAZILIAN STRATEGY FOR BIOETHANOL

Rogerio Cezar de Cerqueira Leite

3         THE STATE OF SÃO PAULO STRATEGY FOR FUEL ETHANOL

José Goldemberg

4         CHALLENGES IN RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, AND INNOVATION IN BIOFUELS IN BRAZIL

Lúcia Carvalho Pinto de Melo and Marcelo Khaled Poppe

5         CLIMBING MOUNT TERAWATT

Cylon Gonçalves da Silva

6         ENVIRONMENTAL (LOCAL AND GLOBAL IMPACT) AND ENERGY ISSUES ON
        SUGARCANE EXPANSION AND LAND OCCUPATION IN THE SÃO PAULO STATE

Evaristo Eduardo de Miranda

7         EVOLUTION OF THE Sugarcane INDUSTRY IN THE SÃO PAULO STATE

Luiz Carlos Corrêa de Carvalho

8         THE ROLE OF THE STATE OF SÃO PAULO RESEARCH CENTERS
        ON BIOENERGY TECHNOLOGICAL INOVATION

Orlando Melo de Castro

9         SUPPORT INSTRUMENTS FOR R&D ON ETHANOL

João Furtado and Vanderléia Radaelli

10      MAPPING THE TECHNOLOGICAL CHAIN OF ETHANOL PRODUCTION FROM
        SUGARCANE FOCUSSING ON PATENT OF APPLICATIONS: BRAZILIAN SCENARIO

Eduardo Winter, Araken Alves Lima and Cristina d’Urso de Souza Mendes

11      FOOD VERSUS FUEL: CAN WE AVOID CONFLICT?

Francisco Rosillo-Calle

12      INTEGRATING ESSENTIAL COMPETENCIES FOR
        SUGAR‑ALCOHOL‑CHEMICAL BIOREFINERIES

Vadson Bastos do Carmo and Katia Tannous

13     ALCOHOL FUEL: CONSOLIDATION OF THE DOMESTIC MARKET AND
        STRATEGY TO DEVELOP FOREIGN MARKET

Julio Maria M. Borges

14      Sugarcane ETHANOL AND THE LATIN AMERICAN ENERGY INTEGRATION

Luiz Augusto Horta Nogueira

15      SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS AND FAUNAL DIVERSITY:
        THE CASE OF ORGANIC Sugarcane UNDER AGRO-ECOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT

José Roberto Miranda

16      THE NEED FOR BASIC RESEARCH IN THE Sugarcane/ETHANOL PRODUCTION CYCLE

Marco Aurélio Pinheiro Lima and Alexandra Pardo Policastro Natalense

17      THE RELEVANCE LEGAL DISCUSSIONS AND LAW ON ISSUES CONCERNING BIOENERGY

Renata Marcheti

Part 2         Sustainability of biofuels production and consumption

Arnaldo Walter and Manoel Regis Lima Verde Leal (organizers)

1         INTRODUCTION

Arnaldo Walter and Manoel Regis Lima Verde Leal

2         THE IMPACT OF ETHANOL USE ON AIR QUALITY IN MAJOR CITIES

Alfred Szwarc

3         CLIMATE CHANGE AND SUGARCANE IN THE STATE OF SÃO PAULO

Jurandir Zullo Junior, Hilton Silveira Pinto, Eduardo Delgado Assad,
Fábio Ricardo Marin and Giampaolo Queiroz Pellegrino

4         CARBON STOCK IN SOIL AND GREENHOUSE GAS FLOWS IN THE SUGARCANE AGRO-SYSTEM

Carlos Clemente Cerri, Brigitte J. Feigl, Marcelo Valadares Galdos,
Martial Bernoux and Carlos Eduardo Pellegrino Cerri

5         Brazilian ETHANOL’s Governance: Implications for SUSTAINABILITY

Thomaz Fronzaglia and Renata Martins

6         ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS ON THE SUGARCANE
        ETHANOL CHAIN IN THE SÃO PAULO STATE

Suani Teixeira Coelho, Beatriz Acquaro Lora and Patrícia Maria Guardabassi

7         Employment and income in the sugarcane
        agribusiness in the Brazilian State of São Paulo

Rodolfo Hoffmann and Fabíola Cristina Ribeiro de Oliveira

8         Use of the water in the production of ethanol from sugarcane

Gilberto de Martino Jannuzzi

9         Impact of the sugar-ethanol sector: the issues guiding sustainable expansion

Alceu de Arruda Veiga Filho, Tamás Szmrecsányi and Pedro Ramos

10      GREENHOUSE GASES EMISSIONS RELATED TO SUGARCANE ETHANOL

Joaquim E. A. Seabra, Isaías Carvalho Macedo and Manoel Regis Lima Verde Leal

11      Land Requirements for Producing Ethanol in Brazil

Luís Augusto Barbosa Cortez, Manoel Regis Lima Verde Leal, André Meloni Nassar,
Marcelo M. R. Moreira, Sabrina Feldman, Miguel Taube‑Netto and Andres da Silva

Part 3         A new model for sugarcane mechanization system

Paulo Sérgio Graziano Magalhães and Oscar A. Braunbeck (organizers)

1         INTRODUCTION

Paulo Sérgio Graziano Magalhães and Oscar A. Braunbeck

2         SUGARCANE GENOMICS AND BIOTECHNOLOGY:
        STATE OF THE ART, CHALLENGES AND ACTIONS

Glaucia Mendes Souza and Marie-Anne Van Sluys

3         SUGARCANE: BREEDING METHODS AND GENETIC MAPPING

Rodrigo Gazaffi, Karine Miranda Oliveira,
Anete Pereira de Souza and Antonio Augusto Franco Garcia

4         THE STRATEGY FOR REGIONAL SELECTION FOR THE DEVELOPMENT
        OF ENERGY SUGARCANE CULTIVARS PROFILES

Marcos Guimarães de Andrade Landell, Silvana Creste, Luciana Rossini Pinto,
Mauro Alexandre Xavier and José Antonio Bressiani

5         THE IMPORTANCE OF THE GERMPLASM IN DEVELOPING
        AGRO-ENERGETIC PROFILE Sugarcane CULTIVARS

Silvana Creste, Luciana Rossini Pinto,
Mauro Alexandre Xavier and Marcos Guimarães de Andrade Landell

6         PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN SUGARCANE AND ITS STRATEGIC
        IMPORTANCE TO FACE THE GLOBAL CLIMATIC CHANGE

Amanda Pereira de Souza and Marcos Silveira Buckeridge

7         Routes for Cellulosic Ethanol in Brazil

Marcos Silveira Buckeridge, Wanderley Dantas dos Santos and Amanda Pereira de Souza

8         FERTILITY MAINTENANCE AND SOIL RECOVERY IN Sugarcane CROPS

Raffaella Rossetto, Fábio Luis Ferreira Dias, André César Vitti and Heitor Cantarella

9         FERTILIZERS FOR Sugarcane

Heitor Cantarella and Raffaella Rossetto

10      AGRICULTURAL USE OF STILLAGE

Miguel Angelo Mutton, Raffaella Rossetto and Márcia Justino Rossini Mutton

11      BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF PESTS AS A KEY COMPONENT
        FOR SUSTAINABLE SUGARCANE PRODUCTION

José Roberto Postali Parra, Paulo Sérgio Machado Botelho and Alexandre de Sene Pinto

12      Technological evaluation of sugarcane mechanization

Oscar A. Braunbeck and Paulo Sérgio Graziano Magalhães

13      Sugarcane and straw harvesting for Ethanol production

Paulo Sérgio Graziano Magalhães and Oscar A. Braunbeck

14      INSTRUMENTATION AND AUTOMATION IN THE SUGARCANE-ETHANOL CHAIN:
        SOME OPPORTUNITIES FOR AGRICULTURAL MANAGEMENT

Ricardo Yassushi Inamasu and Ladislau Martin Neto

15      TRANSPORT LOGISTICS OF RAW MATERIAL AND WASTE OF Sugarcane

Oscar A. Braunbeck and Efraim Albrecht Neto

16      Agricultural Management technology in the sugarcane ethanol industry

Nilson Antonio Miguel Arraes, Paulo Sérgio Graziano Magalhães and Jorge Luis Donzelli

17      OTHER RAW MATERIALS FOR PRODUCING ETHANOL

Manoel Regis Lima Verde Leal, Teresa Losada Valle,
José Carlos Feltan and Cássia Regina Limonta Carvalho

Part 4         A New Model for Industrial Production
                     and Final Uses of Ethanol

Antonio Bonomi (organizer)

1         Introduction

Antonio Bonomi and Maria das Graças de Almeida Felipe

2         Ethanol Production: aspects to be considered

Maria das Graças de Almeida Felipe

3         Raw Material Quality in the Production of Sugarcane Ethanol

Maria das Graças de Almeida Felipe

4         TECNOLOGICAL EVOLUTION OF SUGARCANE PROCESSING FOR
        ETHANOL AND ELECTRIC POWER GENERATION

Manoel Regis Lima Verde Leal

5         Potential of electricity production from sugarcane residues

Arnaldo Walter

6         INCREASING ENERGETIC EFFICIENCY IN SUGAR, ETHANOL,
        AND ELECTRICITY PRODUCING PLANTS

Adriano V. Ensinas, Juan Harold Sosa Arnao and Silvia Azucena Nebra

7         Instrumentation and automation in the sugarcane ethanol agroindustry

Cristiane Sanchez Farinas, Ladislau Martin Neto and Roberto Campos Giordano

8         R&D Needs in the Industrial Production of Vinasse

Luís Augusto Barbosa Cortez, Carlos Eduardo Vaz Rossell, Rodrigo Aparecido Jordan,
Manoel Regis Lima Verde Leal and Electo Eduardo Silva Lora

9         SUGARCANE TRASH AS FEEDSTOCK FOR SECOND GENERATION PROCESSES

Edgardo Olivares Gómez, Renata Torres Gomes de Souza,
George Jackson de Moraes Rocha, Eduardo de Almeida and Luís Augusto Barbosa Cortez

10      Integrated Biodiesel Production in Barralcool Sugar and Alcohol Mill

José Luiz Olivério, Sérgio Tamassia Barreira and Silvio Cezar Pereira Rangel

11      WORKSHOP ON THE HYDROLYSIS OF LIGNOCELLULOSIC MATERIAL

Antonio Bonomi

12      Production of ethanol from lignocellulosic materials

Mats Galbe and Guido Zacchi

13      Hydrolysis of lignocellulosic biomass

Rodolfo Quintero-Ramirez

14      FAST PYROLYSIS AS A PRECURSOR OF BTL

Juan Miguel Mesa Pérez, José Dílcio Rocha,
Luís Augusto Barbosa Cortez and Rodrigo Aparecido Jordan

15      BTL Technologies

Ademar Hakuo Ushima

16      Energy Cane

Manoel Regis Lima Verde Leal

17      New business opportunities in the sugar‑alcohol industry:
        Alcohol chemistry and biorefineries

Telma Teixeira Franco and Camilo López Garzón

18      TECHNOLOGY OPTIONS FOR THE FUTURE SUGARCANE BIOREFINERIES

Joaquim E. A. Seabra and Isaías Carvalho Macedo

19      Logistics for ethanol transport

Mirna Ivonne Gaya Scandiffio

20      Ethanol Quality Regulation

Antonio Bonomi

21      FUEL ETHANOL QUALITY: METHODS OF ANALYSIS AND REFERENCE MATERIALS

Nelson Ramos Stradiotto, Maria Valnice Boldrin Zanoni,
Isabel Cristina Serta Fraga and Paulo Paschoal Borges

22      ISSUES RELATED TO THE FINAL USE OF ETHANOL (FUEL AND CHEMICAL)
        The alcohol – powered motor: past, present and future

Henry Joseph Jr.

23      Use of ethanol in Diesel – cycle engines

Jose Roberto Moreira, Sílvia M. S. G. Velázquez and Euler Hoffmann Melo

24      Use of ethanol in Transesterification

Leticia Ledo Marciniuk, Camila Martins Garcia and Ulf Friedrich Schuchardt

Part 5         TECHNOLOGICAL roadmapping FOR Sugarcane
                     ETHANOL

André Tosi Furtado and Rodrigo Lima Verde Leal (organizers)

1         INTRODUCTION

André Tosi Furtado and Rodrigo Lima Verde Leal

2         Contextualization and Assumptions for the teCHNOLOGY roadmapping
        FOR etHanol

Rodrigo Lima Verde Leal, Luís Augusto Barbosa Cortez, Maria das Graças de Almeida Felipe, Carlos Eduardo Vaz Rossell, Antonio Bonomi and Paulo Sérgio Graziano Magalhães

3         TRM: Genetic Breeding and Biotechnology Component                               

Marcos Guimarães de Andrade Landell, Luciana Rossini Pinto, Silvana Creste,
Sabrina Moutinho Chabregas and William Lee Burnquist

4         TRM: Agriculture Component

Paulo Sérgio Graziano Magalhães and Oscar A. Braunbeck

5         TRM: Hydrolysis Component

Maria das Graças de Almeida Felipe and Carlos Eduardo Vaz Rossell

6         TRM: Biomass Thermoconversion using BTL (Biomass to Liquid) Technology

Luís Augusto Barbosa Cortez, Rodrigo Aparecido Jordan,
Juan Miguel Mesa-Pérez and José Dílcio Rocha

7         Public R&D Policies for Ethanol Production in Brazil

André Tosi Furtado, Luís Augusto Barbosa Cortez, Maria das Graças de Almeida Felipe,
Raffaella Rossetto, Paulo Sérgio Graziano Magalhães and Manoel Regis Lima Verde Leal

POSTFACE

INDEX

Sinopse

The book Sugarcane Bioethanol: R&D for productivity and sustainability is a collection of written texts originating from Fapesp Ethanol Public Policies Project PPP workshops, and also from authors who were invited for their research relevance related to the ethanol subject. This publication accomplishes the first phase of the project started in 2005 and has been developed through several workshops all over the country.

The book Sugar Cane Bioethanol: R&D for productivity and sustainability will help young researchers at this important time worldwide, when the sugar cane represents an interest focus based on obtaining liquid fuels, bio-products  (plastic and others) as well as bioelectricity.

At the conclusion of the book, registered that the final message of innovation, as well as the Brazilian and worldwide so desired socio-economic development, is of great importance and will only happen due to a new high level human resources generation. People is sine qua non for innovation; and therefore, at this time, if there is one area or topic where it´s really worth investing in - it is human resources generation at all levels. On top of everything, it is essential to invest in people willing to work, grow and connect their future to sugar cane ethanol as well as to the future of the country.

The publication of the book in the English and Portuguese versions represents a great accomplishment we long to share with the scientific community connected with sugar cane raw material, generator of real human and technological innovations.

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