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Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Ascophyllum nodosum for the Co-Production of Biofuels and Value-Added ProductsDownload
There has been an increasing interest in the use of biorefining feedstocks for the production of value-added products. Seaweeds are of special interest, due to the fact that they do not compete for land use with food crops, have low to no lignin content, and can be grown in waste water or at sea,...
The depletion of fossil fuels as well as the greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuel use have led to growing interest in biofuel production from biomass. A new technology, thermo-catalytic reforming (TCR), is one of the contributing interests. TCR technology integrates intermediate pyrolysis...
To reduce CO2 emissions, the aviation industry has begun looking into alternative biofuels as a replacement for conventional fossil-fuel based jet fuel. Although biofuels may reduce aircraft CO2 emissions, it is also important to consider how other emissions are effected such as particle...