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Lignocellulose for Future Bioeconomy

  • ID: 4700340
  • Book
  • April 2019
  • Region: Global
  • 360 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Lignocellulose for Future Bioeconomy discusses the conversion and utilization of lignocellulosic biomass. This book focuses on the utilization of lignocelluloses for various products, including biopolymers, bionanomaterials and bioproducts. Recent findings in scientific investigation, engineering, product development, economic and lifecycle analysis are discussed, as are current synthesis technologies and potential applications. The book progresses from a discussion of the potential sources of biomass, to the refinement and processing of materials. A sampling of various sustainability issues faced by industries in their production methods and a look at real world examples of the use of lignocellulose-based materials in the bioeconomy round out the discussion.

  • Presents information on lignocellulosic biomass management and its utilization for the production of bioproducts, biopolymers and bionanomaterials
  • Highlights the applications of advanced materials developed from lignocellulosic biomass and their contribution towards future bioeconomy
  • Discusses the lifecycle of lignocellulosic biomass

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1. Potential Tropical Species for Bioenergy 2. Superheated Steam Pretreatment for Surface Modification of Lignocellulosic Materials 3. Lignocellulose structure and the effect on bioproducts 4. Multi-step pretreatment for cellulose separation 5. Fermentable sugars from oil palm biomass: potential, issues and challenges 6. Lignocellulose based fibres and their composites: preparation, properties and applications 7. Cellulose Nanofiber Production from Oil Palm Biomass 8. One-pot nanofibrillation and nanocomposites production through extrusion 9. Tannin-based Bioresin as Adhesive 10. Oligosaccharides from Hemicellulose 11. Lignin-based adhesives and coatings 12. Effect of stacking sequence of kenaf/glass fiber bands on filament winding hybrid energy absorption composite tubes 13. Natural fibre reinforced biopolymer composites: Review 14. Sustainability of oil palm biomass-based products 15. R&D and Industrialization of Cellulose Nanofibers in Japan 16. Biopolymer innovations and product development for packaging applications 17. Oil Palm Biomass Biorefinery for Future Bioeconomy in Malaysia 18. The Finnish way of the future bioeconomy 19. Bioresources and biocommodities for the global bioeconomy 20. Lignocellulose in Malaysian Bio Economy: The review of Bio Economy Transformation Program (BTP) 21. Design and fabrication of shoe shelf from kenaf fibre reinforced unsaturated polytester composites

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Ariffin, Hidayah
H. Ariffin is the Head of Laboratory of Biopolymer and Derivatives, and an Associate Professor at the Department of Bioprocess Technology, Universiti Putra Malaysia. She obtained her PhD in Environmental Engineering from Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan in 2009. Her research interests include biopolymer, nanocellulosic materials and composites, and biomass valorization. To date she has published more than 50 journal articles, 2 chapters in book and 50 conference papers. She has experience in reviewing numerous papers from International Journal of Biological Macromolecules (Elsevier), Journal of Cleaner Production (Elsevier), Composites Part A (Elsevier), RSC Advances (RSC Publications), Journal of Applied Polymer Science (Wiley), Electronic Journal of Biotechnology (Elsevier) and several other journals.
Sapuan, S.M.
Professor Mohd Sapuan (S.M. Sapuan) was born on 25 September 1965, in Kampung Sungai Nibong, Kota Setia, Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia and earned his B.Eng degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Newcastle, Australia in 1990. Afterward he continued his study and obtained his MSc from Loughborough University, UK in 1994 and finally Ph.D from De Montfort University, UK in 1998. Later on, he has managed to pursue other qualifications. In addition he presented 55 invited lectures in conferences and seminars.
Hassan, Mohd Ali
M.A. Hassan is a Professor at the Department of Bioprocess Technology, Universiti Putra Malaysia. He graduated the from University of Leeds, UK in Chemical Engineering in 1980. He received his MS in Food Engineering from the same university in 1982, Masters of Philosophy from University of Birmingham, UK in 1987 and PhD from Okayama University, Japan in 1997. His current research interest is on sustainable utilization of oil palm biomass for value-added products. Together with his counterpart from Japan, he has successfully developed a showcase oil palm biorefinery together with a palm oil industry under SATREPS project, which is a joint project between Malaysia and Japan. To date he has published more than 200 journal papers, 5 book chapters and more than 100 conference papers. He sits in the Board of Directors, Universiti Putra Malaysia; a Vice President of Asian Federation of Biotechnology (AFOB) and a fellow of Academy of Science Malaysia. He recently received the prestigious Malaysia's Research Star Awards 2017 in recognition of his excellent contribution in research.
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