Development of emission parameters and net energy ratio for renewable diesel from Canola and Camelina

@article{Miller2013DevelopmentOE,
  title={Development of emission parameters and net energy ratio for renewable diesel from Canola and Camelina},
  author={P. Miller and A. Kumar},
  journal={Energy},
  year={2013},
  volume={58},
  pages={426-437}
}
This study estimated the greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) and net energy ratio (NER) for producing hydrogenation-derived renewable diesel (HDRD) from canola and camelina in Western Canada. Using 1 MJ of energy in the HDRD produced as the functional unit, a variety of scenarios were evaluated to account for variations in allocation methods, co-products, oilseed yield, N2O emission factor, and land use change (LUC). In producing HDRD, the farming stage and the oil conversion stage (i.e. the HDRD… Expand
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Greenhouse gas life cycle assessment of canola-derived HEFA biojet fuel in Western Canada
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