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Envisioning biorefineries: chemicals and materials from renewable feedstocks

Envisioning biorefineries: chemicals and materials from renewable feedstocks

topical conference proceedings, AIChE annual meeting November 3-8, 2002

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Published by AIChE in [New York] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biomass chemicals,
  • Agriculture,
  • Chemical engineering -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Statementconference chairs James D. McMillan and Paul G. Roessler.
    GenreCongresses.
    ContributionsGaertner, Alfred L., Roessler, Paul G., American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Meeting
    The Physical Object
    Pagination203 p. :
    Number of Pages203
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17625343M
    ISBN 100816908907
    OCLC/WorldCa52913258

      In the modern global economy, water and energy are fundamentally connected. Water already plays a major role in electricity generation and, with biofuels and electricity poised to gain a significant share of the transportation fuel market, water will become significantly more important for transportation energy as well. This research provides insight into the potential changes in water use Cited by: Extensive and important information on the procedure (attending presentations, approval, supervision, handing in, presenting, assessment etc.) can be found in the Master’s thesis course Master’s thesis is the final research project in which the student will show that he/she is able to conduct independent research, in which new methods are developed and/or applied or existing.

    Full text of "HEARING TO REVIEW RENEWABLE FUELS STANDARD IMPLEMENTATION AND AGRICULTURE PRODUCER ELIGIBILITY" See other formats. Activated Carbon Fiber and Textiles provides systematic coverage of the fundamentals, properties, and current and emerging applications of carbon fiber textiles in a single volume, providing industry professionals and academics working in the field with a broader understanding of these materials. Part I discusses carbon fiber principles and production, including precursors and pyrolysis.

      The routes towards synthetic materials allow a more closed cycle of materials and can help to reduce dependence on either fossil or biobased raw materials. This chapter summarizes carbon-recycling routes available and investigates how in the long-term they could be applied to enhance waste management in both industrial countries as well as Cited by:   Thermochemical conversion technologies. Thermochemical conversion is the controlled heating and/or oxidation of biomass as part of several pathways to produce intermediate energy carriers or heat (Figure (Figure1). 1).Included is everything from biomass combustion, one of the simplest and earliest examples of human energy use, to experimental technologies for the production of liquid Cited by:


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Biorenewable chemicals: Feedstocks, technologies and the conflict with food production Article (PDF Available) in Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 51 November with 1, Reads.

@article{osti_, title = {Renewable Enhanced Feedstocks for Advanced Biofuels and Bioproducts (REFABB)}, author = {Peoples, Oliver and Snell, Kristi}, abstractNote = {The basic concept of the REFABB project was that by genetically engineering the biomass crop switchgrass to produce a natural polymer PHB, which is readily broken down by heating (thermolysis) into the chemical building.

Biorenewable chemicals: Feedstocks, technologies and the conflict with food production has also been studied extensively and has been shortlisted to be one of the key concepts to be applied in upcoming biorefineries. Renewable chemicals & materials opportunity by: Biorefineries are facilities that convert biomass—biological materials from living or recently living organisms—into fuels, energy, chemicals, and materials (and feed).

To date, the industry is still in a nascent state, with most second-generation biorefinery plants (using cellulosic material) only expected to be ready for large-scale Cited by: 2. Microbial conversion of renewable feedstocks to high-value chemicals is an attractive alternative to current petrochemical processes because it offers the potential to reduce net CO2 emissions and.

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Technological innovation systems for biorefineries: A review of the literature. The concept of a bioeconomy can be understood as an economy where the basic building blocks for materials, chemicals, and energy are derived from renewable biological resources.

() Renewable energy production options are growing thanks to expanded farm equipment capabilities for harvesting biofuel feedstocks like shrub willow.

— Harvesting is the single most expensive operation in the production of shrub willow biomass, accounting for about 30% of costs over the life cycle of the crop (plus years).

Criddle has evaluated use of microorganisms to biodegrade plastic materials and to synthesize biodegradable bioplastics from waste feedstocks.

use cheap, renewable substrates, such as. (Renewable Fuels Association) The Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) made an announcement today that marks the beginning of a new era for J Read Full Article International Biomass Conference & Expo — March— Savannah, GA.

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The manufacture of the chemical ethylene, a key ingredient in plastics, currently depends on fossil-fuel-derived carbon and generates significant greenhouse gas emissions.

Substituting ethylene’s fossil fuel feedstock with alternatives is important for addressing the challenge of global climate change. This paper compares four scenarios for meeting future ethylene supply under differing Author: Gillian Joanne Foster. Translational Science for Energy and BeyondCited by: 7.

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