Research on Ultrasonic Compression of Cellulosic Biomass
Cellulosic Ethanol was considered to be the most promising alternative energy. For the biomass densification and pre-technical problems during the manufacturing process, we propose a new method concerning ultrasonic compression of cellulosic biomass, which does not need high-temperature steam heating, adding adhesive and high pressure, and it increases 60% of the fiber density and 20% of the sugar ratio through the grinding, ultrasonic compression molding and biomass briquetting.
J. W. He et al., "Research on Ultrasonic Compression of Cellulosic Biomass", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 308-310, pp. 1701-1705, 2011