2 edition of Biorefineries - Industrial Processes and Products found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||April 21, 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
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Patrick Gruber, the former Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at Cargill Dow, winner of the U. " Environmental Engineering and Management Journal Author: Birgit Kamm studied chemistry at the Technical University of Merseburg, Germany where she obtained her Diploma in 1986, and received her Ph. "Altogether, the edition is an interdisciplinary effort to collect knowledge, experience, and potential in the field of biomass treatment and utilization from a rather chemical point of view.
But it is also mentioned that these early efforts to commercialize acid-based processes for producing products from cellulose hydrolysis were unsuccessful, because of low-cost petroleum-derived materials.
de GmbH in 2001 he was President of this company with its headquarter in Potsdam, Germany. Kendall Pye Protein Line and Amino-based Product Family Trees 6 Towards Integration of Biorefinery and Biorefineries - Industrial Processes and Products Amino Acid Production Achim Marx, Volker F.
Ross Whole Crop Biorefinery 8 A Whole Crop Biorefinery System: A Closed System for the Manufacture of Non-food Products from Cereals Apostolis A. Gruber and Stefan Kromus 2 Biomass Refining Global Impact The Biobased Economy of the 21st Century Bruce E. Hayes, Steve Fitzpatrick, Michael H. This is the first book dedicated to biorefineries and biobased industrial technologies and products, and, as such, is directed towards the technological principles of biorefineries, processes, plants, concepts, current and forthcoming biobased product lines, as well as economic aspects.
An Overview of the Fundamentals and Potential of Chlorophylls Mathias O. Kraus 11 Adding Color to Green Chemistry? As all relevant topics of green chemistry and green processes are covered, this book will support the whole spectrum of process industry, including chemical engineering, process engineering, apparatus construction engineering, and chemical industry and biotechnology.
Senge and Julia Richter PART II Biobased Industrial Products, Materials and Consumer Products 12 Industrial Chemicals from Biomass Industrial Concepts Johan Thoen and Rainer Busch 13 Succinic Acid A Model Building Block for Chemical Production from Renewable Resources Todd Werpy, John Frye and John Holladay 14 Polylactic Acid from Renewable Resources Patrick Gruber, David E.
Since the foundation of biorefinery. Key Topics Covered: Editors's Preface Foreword Henning Hopf Foreword Paul T. Anastas VOLUME 1 PART I Background and Outline Principles and Fundamentals 1 Biorefinery Systems An Overview Birgit Kamm, Michael Kamm, Patrick R. in Organic Chemistry in 1991 at the Institute of Organic Chemistry with Prof.
Completing this part, an outlook, future perspectives, and commercial aspects are added. Henton and Jack Starr 15 Biobased Consumer Products for Cosmetics Thomas C.
Magazine: Birgit Kamm, Patrick R. Green Biorefineries 12 The Green Biorefiner Concept Fundamentals and Potential Stefan Kromus, Birgit Kamm, Michael Kamm, Paul Fowler and Michael Narodoslawsky 13 Plant Juice Biorefineries - Industrial Processes and Products the Biorefinery Use of Plant Juice as Fermentation Medium Margrethe Andersen, Pauli Kiel and Mette Hedegaard Thomsen PART III Biomass Production and Primary Biorefineries 14 Biomass Commercialization and Agriculture Residue Collection James Hettenhaus 15 The Corn Wet Milling and Corn Dry Milling Industry A Base for Biorefinery Technology Developments Donald L.
So the different types of conversion, acid hydrolysis and enzymatic hydrolysis of cellulose as one of the main parts of lignocellulose are compared.
This leads to a strategy for returning to a sustainable source of fuels and industrial organic chemicals which is described in detail.
The content is divided into two volumes.