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Production of Biofuels and Chemicals from Sustainable Recycling of Organic Solid Waste (Biofuels and Biorefineries, nr. 11)

Editat de Zhen Fang, Richard L. Smith Jr., Lujiang Xu
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This book covers sustainable recycling processes (e.g. physical, biological, chemical, and thermo-chemical) of multiple organic solid wastes, provides methods for material recycle of wastes into value-added products including fuels and commodity chemicals that are able to be directly applied to promote manufacturing processes.  Aimed at improving the awareness of effective conversion protocols and for developing innovative biomass conversion processes, this text was conceived as a collection of studies on state-of-art techniques and know-how for production of biofuels and chemicals from sustainable recycling of organic solid wastes.  Topics in the text are discussed in terms of addressing recent advances, assessing and highlighting promising new methods or new technological strategies and direct conversion of organic solid wastes to process feeds. Highly-recognized authorities, experts and professionals have contributed individual chapters in selected areas to cover the overall topic in a comprehensive manner.  

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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9789811661617
ISBN-10: 9811661618
Ilustrații: XVII, 506 p. 1 illus.
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 mm
Greutate: 1 kg
Ediția: 1st ed. 2022
Editura: Springer Nature Singapore
Colecția Springer
Seria Biofuels and Biorefineries

Locul publicării: Singapore, Singapore

Cuprins

Part I: Introduction.- Chapter 1. Sustainable technologies for recycling organic solid wastes.- Part II: Production of Biofuels and Chemicals by Thermo-chemical Conversion Processes.- Chapter 2. Recent advances in the catalytic co-pyrolysis of lignocellulosic biomass and different polymer wastes: from laboratory scale to pilot plant.- Chapter 3. Roadmap to Low-Cost Catalytic Pyrolysis of Plastic Wastes for Production of Liquid Fuels.- Chapter 4. Production of Valuable Compounds from Leaves by Supercritical CO2 Extraction.- Part III: Production of Biofuels and Chemicals by Biodegradation.- Chapter 5. Recovery of biohydrogen and biomethane by anaerobic fermentation of organic solid waste.- Chapter 6 Recycling of multiple organic solid wastes into biogas via anaerobic digestion.- Chapter 7. Recycling of multiple organic solid wastes into chemicals via biodegradation.- Part IV Production of Liquid Biofuels with New Technologies.- Chapter 8. Producing value-added products from organic bioresources via Photo-BioCatalytic processes.- Chapter 9. Depolymerisation of fossil fuel and biomass-derived polyesters.- Chapter 10 Producing Value-added Products from Organic Solid Wastes with Mechanochemical Processes.- Chapter 11. Fundamentals of Hydrothermal Processing of Biomass-Related Molecules for Converting Organic Solid Wastes into Chemical Products.- Chapter 12 Third Generation Biorefineries Using Micro- and Macro-Algae.- Part V. Techno-Economic Analysis.- Chapter 13. Prospects and perspectives for producing biodiesel, bioethanol and bio-chemicals from fruit waste: Case study in Brazil and Serbia.- Chapter 14. Sustainable Recycling and Valorization of Organic Solid Wastes for Fuels and Fertilizers.

Notă biografică

Zhen Fang is a Professor and Leader of the Biomass Group at Nanjing Agricultural University. He is the inventor of the “fast hydrolysis” process, the elected fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering. Professor Fang specializes in thermal/biochemical conversion of biomass, nanocatalyst synthesis and their applications, pretreatment of biomass for biorefineries, and supercritical fluid processes. He holds Ph.D.s from China Agricultural University and McGill University. Professor Fang is Associate Editor of the international journals, Biotechnology for Biofuels and Journal of Renewable Materials.  He has more than 20 years of research experience in the field of renewable energy and green technologies at top universities and institutes around the globe, including 1 year in Spain (University of Zaragoza), 3 years in Japan (Biomass Technology Research Center, AIST; Tohoku University), and more than 8 years in Canada (McGill) in renewable energy and green technologies. 
Richard L. Smith, Jr. is a Professor of Chemical Engineering at the Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Research Center of Supercritical Fluid Technology, Tohoku University, Japan. He has a strong background in physical properties and separations and holds a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology (USA). His research focuses on developing green chemical processes, especially those that use water and carbon dioxide as the solvents in their supercritical state. He is an expert on physical property measurements and separation techniques with ionic liquids, and has published more than 270 scientific papers, patents and reports in the field of chemical engineering. Professor Smith is the Asia regional editor for the Journal of Supercritical Fluids and has served on the editorial boards of major international journals. 


Lujiang Xu is an associate professor in the Biomass Group at Nanjing Agricultural University, College of Engineering. He holds a Ph.D. in Renewable and Clean Energy from the Department of Chemistry of University of Science and Technology of China and a B.S. in Light Chemical Engineering from Nanjing Forestry University. His research focuses on the selective thermo-chemical conversion of biomass and derived compounds into value-added chemicals and liquid fuels.  
 

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This book covers sustainable recycling processes (e.g. physical, biological, chemical, and thermo-chemical) of multiple organic solid wastes, provides methods for material recycle of wastes into value-added products including fuels and commodity chemicals that are able to be directly applied to promote manufacturing processes. 

Aimed at improving the awareness of effective conversion protocols and for developing innovative biomass conversion processes, this text was conceived as a collection of studies on state-of-art techniques and know-how for production of biofuels and chemicals from sustainable recycling of organic solid wastes.  Topics in the text are discussed in terms of addressing recent advances, assessing and highlighting promising new methods or new technological strategies and direct conversion of organic solid wastes to process feeds. Highly-recognized authorities, experts and professionals have contributed individual chapters in selected areas to cover the overall topic in a comprehensive manner.  

Caracteristici

Covers the sustainable recycling processes for solid organic wastes valorization into value-added chemicals and biofuels
Presents new technologies such as heterogeneous catalytic technology, biological technology and photochemical technology
Contributed by experts and professionals globally selected