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This Is How Much Bio Mass You Need To Make Gasoline
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Finding Genius Podcast
Published 3 months ago |

How much raw material do you need to make 80 gallons of fuel?

Mark Holtzapple, a professor of Chemical Engineering at A&M University, whose research includes the conversion of biomass to fuels, reveals how much biomass is required to convert at least 80 gallons of fuel. 👇

According to Professor Holtzapple, it would require two massive bales of corn stover to produce 80 gallons of energy-dense fuel. ⛽

One bale, he explains, typically weighs around half a ton, and consists mostly of discarded material such as the corn cobs, leaves, and stems which can no longer be used after the crop has been harvested. 🌽

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