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NENebraska (US postal abbreviation)
NENortheast(ern)
NEAny
NENew England
NENew Edition
NENetherlands
NENational Education
NENiue
NENo Evidence (school grading system)
NENeon
NENiger (ISO country code, top level domain)
NENot Equal
NENeuss (German city)
NENuclear Energy
NENeuchâtel (canton postcode, Switzerland)
NENet Energy (animal science)
NENewcastle Upon Tyne (postcode, United Kingdom)
NENeuquen (Argentina province, airline code)
NENeuenburg (Neuchâtel; Swiss Canton)
NENorepinephrine
NENot Evaluated (IUCN Red List of Threatened Species category)
NENot Examined
NEnot enrolled
NENational Enquirer
NENatural England (UK)
NENo Escape (Gaming clan)
NENew Entrant
NENeutrophil Elastase
NENight Elf (Warcraft III)
NENuclear Extract
NENetwork Element
NENight Elf (gaming)
NENitzer Ebb (band)
NENoise Equivalent
NENippon Express (various locations)
NENuclear Engineer
NENueva Ecija (Philippines)
NENash Equilibrium (game theory)
NENicomachean Ethics (Aristotle)
NENuclear Envelope (cell anatomy)
NENode Element
NENitro Express
NENikkei Electronics (magazine; Japan)
NENutrition Educator
NENaval Engineer
NENeutral Evil (gaming)
NENocturnal Emission
NENavy Enlisted
NENecrotic Enteritis (enterotoxemic disease of poultry)
NENetwork Essentials
NENon-Established
NENaked Empire (Terry Goodkind book)
NEOperation Noble Eagle
NENot Estimable
NENach Elfmeterschießen (German soccer)
NENavy Enterprise
NENavio Escola (School Ship, Portuguese Navy)
NENavy Evaluation
NENew Technical Environment
NEOccupation Special Delivery (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
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Using the net energy yield reported in Table 1, we can calculate how much corn would be required to displace 15 percent of U.
The analysis showed that both corn grain ethanol and soybean diesel have a positive net energy balance (NEB), with ethanol having a 25% NEB and biodiesel a 93% NEB.
According to the study, only wood cellulose ethanol has a greater net energy return than gasoline, 84 percent, but it still produces fewer Btus per gallon, and with current technology it costs more to produce than it would generate in sales.
His team also calculated that with the use of an alternative chemical process now being investigated for biofuel production, fuel from grassland plants yields 51 percent more net energy per hectare than corn-grain ethanol does.
This reduction in net energy over time is a known characteristic of all conventional oil wells.
83) Figure 5-3 Net energy in the feed is the gross energy in the product produced Another way to look at net energy is from the standpoint of the energy contained in the product produced.
The change will mean home improvements over pounds 8,000 will have to have a proportion of the budget put aside to increase net energy efficiency levels to that of a modern home.
It is estimated that bioethanol from cellulose generates eight to 10 times as much net energy as is required for its production, and one gallon of cellulosic ethanol can replace 30 gallons of imported oil equivalents.
Since it doesn't require fuel-intensive refining, Iogen's product would provide a net energy gain.
Department of Agriculture (USDA) study, titled "The 2001 Net Energy Balance of Corn-Ethanol," which claims that ethanol yields 67 percent more energy than it takes to produce.
The MCRT shaft hp/kW-h meters have full-scale ranges from 5 to 76,000 hp and can accumulate virtually unlimited net energy.
ConEdison Solutions (CES) partnered with Fort Hamilton to develop and implement a comprehensive energy savings plan at the facility that generated net energy savings of 14 percent per year.