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Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery

Processing of Biogenic Material for Energy and Chemistry

Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery OnlineFirst articles

17-08-2019 | Original Article

Parametric simulation of biomass integrated gasification combined cycle (BIGCC) power plant using three different biomass materials

The research performed in the following paper is broadly based on combined power plant powered by biomass integrated gasification. The analysis is predominantly performed for first and second law efficiencies which examine the effects of gas inlet …

16-08-2019 | Original Article

Evaluation of bottom ash slagging risk during combustion of herbaceous and woody biomass fuels in a small-scale boiler by principal component analysis

In the short- and mid-term perspective, drastic measures for the reduction of anthropogenic emissions including extensive decarbonization of the residential and industrial heating sector have to be implemented. To replace fossil fuels, solid …

16-08-2019 | Review Article Open Access

Syngas for biorefineries from thermochemical gasification of lignocellulosic fuels and residues—5 years’ experience with an advanced dual fluidized bed gasifier design

In many processes proposed for biorefineries, recycling procedures, and industrial or agricultural production processes, residue is generated which could be further transformed by thermochemical conversion via gasification. The technology of dual …

12-08-2019 | Original Article

Cleaner production of micronutrients from sesame seed pressed cake: a comparative study

This work presents the valorisation of a biowaste obtained from sesame oil production by using ultrasound-assisted (UAE) extraction, which is an environmentally friendly method consuming relatively less energy. Sesame seed pressed cake provided …

09-08-2019 | Review Article Open Access

Production and applications of activated carbons as adsorbents from olive stones

Olive stones have been widely used as a renewable energy biowaste source. As they are rich in elemental carbon (40–45 wt%), much research focussed on effectively converting olive stones, as precursors, into activated carbon adsorbents. However …

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Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery presents articles and information on research, development and applications in thermo-chemical conversion; physico-chemical conversion and bio-chemical conversion, including all necessary steps for the provision and preparation of the biomass as well as all possible downstream processing steps for the environmentally sound and economically viable provision of energy and chemical products.

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