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bagasse

[bəgas′]
Etymology: Fr, cane trash
the crushed fibers or the residue of sugarcane, a source of the thermophilic actinomycetes antigen that is a cause of bagassosis hypersensitivity pneumonitis.

bagasse

the fibrous residue of sugar cane after the extraction of the sugar juice. Used as a fibrous diluent for heavy grain and molasses diets.
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The main advantage of sugarcane bagasse pellets is the high availability of raw material in Brazil (Hofsetz & Silva, 2012).
The sugarcane bagasse collected from roadside sugarcane juice shop at Chidambaram, (Cuddalore District, Tamil Nadu, India).
We are very careful on this because this is the first big plant that will be built here using bagasse and we are all aware biomass is not as easy as we think it is.
Cassava bagasse is an alternative energy source in the feed of dairy cows in feedlot due to the very high costs of intensive cattle breeding.
Figure 2 and 3 below shows sugarcane bagasse before and after chemical activation process.
In this research, carbon nanotubes and bagasse were used as new reinforcing agents in fiberglass/cement composites.
capacity of raw sugarcane bagasse and acetylated sugarcane bagasse for dry system was 6g and 11.
Bagasse: Bagasse of crushed sugar cane is considered to be an important source for generating power.
Bagasse was initially washed, dried, grinded and screened to 80 mesh.