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Methodology of Life Cycle Assessment(LCA) for Environmental Impact Assessment of Winter Rapeseed in Double-cropping System with Rice
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Methodology of Life Cycle Assessment(LCA) for Environmental Impact Assessment of Winter Rapeseed in Double-cropping System with Rice
Nam, Jae-Jak; Ok, Yong-Sik; Choi, Bong-Su; Lim, Song-Tak; Jung, Yong-Su; Jang, Young-Seok; Yang, Jae-E.;
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 Abstract
Life cycle assessment(LCA) is acknowledged as a valuable tool to quantify the environment impact of agricultural practice as well as final product(biodiesel) considering whole life cycle of the target product. As a preliminary research of LCA study for rapeseed(Brassica napus L.) biodiesel, the methodological issues which have to be regarded with high priority were dealt with. No life cycle inventory(LCI) based on local data are currently available for LCA of rapeseed cultivation, crushing, and conversion to rapeseed methyl ester(RME) in Korea. In this paper, the life cycle of rapeseed and methodological factors which have to be measured for building LCI of each process are provided and discussed, which are including seed, fertilizer, energy use in rapeseed cultivation environment; and crushing, RME conversion, and transportation in biodiesel production.
 Keywords
Biodiesel;Double-cropping;Environmental impact assessment;Life cycle assessment;Rapeseed;
 Language
Korean
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