Extended Deming's Model and Linear Programming Approach for Agriculture Land Use for Energy Crops Management: A Case Study of Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand

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Abstract

Global warming from increasing greenhouse gases cause environmental impacts, especially in terms of fuel burn and lead to finding ways to reduce greenhouse gases. The use of ethanol as a renewable energy alternative to help reduce these impact. Evaluation of production of ethanol from sugar cane, cassava and sweet sorghum for the cost and environmental impact of producing ethanol using the extended Deming and linear programming and agricultural land for planting energy crops in an efficient and effective and minimal impact on the environment which can be used as a guide in the preparation of plans to promote the production of ethanol to the next.

Keywords: Extended Deming; Linear programming; Sweet sorghum


Link to material: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877705812046620