2019
DOI: 10.1590/1983-40632019v4954178
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Potential of bamboo species for the production of briquettes

Abstract: Bamboo is a versatile plant that is widely used in many areas for feeding, manufacturing of utensils, construction and environmental purposes. The energetic use of bamboo stalks or residues from other applications is a promising alternative and compatible with sustainable development principles. This study aimed to evaluate the potential of four bamboo species (Bambusa vulgaris, Phyllostachys bambusoides, Phyllostachys edulis and Phyllostachys nigra) for briquette production. The following properties were eval… Show more

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“…Others other than wood types may also be valid for such purposes [8]. Various species of Miscanthus and bamboo have great potential for bioenergy production due to high yield, high cellulose and hemicellulose content, high calorific value and low ash content [6,25]. Additionally, waste biomass from harvesting lines (poppy, oat, wheat and rice hulls) or corn waste can be used as raw materials for briquette production [8,26,27].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Others other than wood types may also be valid for such purposes [8]. Various species of Miscanthus and bamboo have great potential for bioenergy production due to high yield, high cellulose and hemicellulose content, high calorific value and low ash content [6,25]. Additionally, waste biomass from harvesting lines (poppy, oat, wheat and rice hulls) or corn waste can be used as raw materials for briquette production [8,26,27].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As a biofuel, studies have proven the potential of bamboo species in the production of pellets and briquettes (SETTE JR. et al, 2016;SETTE JR. et al, 2017;BRAND et al, 2019), and in energy production as fresh material and as coal SETTE JR. et al, 2017). Despite these studies with some species, scientific knowledge is still limited when it regards the diversity of existing bamboo FLORESTA, Curitiba, PR, v. 51, n. 1, p. 201-210, jan/mar 2021.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…According to the SAA Resolution 10 (December 14, 2015) of the State of São Paulo, for domestic use (barbecue), bamboo must generate charcoal with high levels of fixed carbon and bulk density, and reduced levels of moisture content and ashes (SÃO PAULO, 2015). For briquetting, bamboo must produce compacts with low moisture content and high bulk density (BRAND et al, 2019).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Bamboo is a rapidly grown agricultural crop from the family of grasses (Bhardwaj 2019), in the world 1,439 species of bamboos were catalogued, distributed in 116 genera (BPG 2012) and more than four thousand utilities (Pereira and Beraldo, 2016), two of them are the production of pulp and paper, especially on the Asian continent (Yang et al 2008;Batalha et al 2012;Borges et al 2018;Bhardwaj 2019). Bamboo species are considered ideal crops for the rural development in developing countries (Brant et al 2019), in Brazil, the cost of wood is increasing, mainly due to the high price of land (Batalha et al 2012), so the replacement of wood by a fast-growing and short cutting cycle crop, such as bamboo, can cheapen the price of several forest products, such as cellulose and paper.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The recognition of the great industrial potential of bamboos was not sufficient to create a considerable use of these species in Brazil, especially due to the lack of technical knowledge about them. In order to change this situation and stimulate the study, the cultivation and the use of bamboos in Brazil, the National Policy for the Incentive of Bamboo M anagement and Cultivation was established in 2011 (Do Vale et al 2017;Sette Junior, 2017;Brant et al 2019), instituted by Law number 12,484 /2011 (Brasil 2011).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%