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Delivering Low-Carbon Biofuels with Bioproduct Recovery

  • ID: 5137701
  • Book
  • February 2021
  • 304 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Delivering Low-Carbon Biofuels with Bioproduct Recovery: An Integrated Approach to Commercializing Bioelectrochemical Systems explores current pathways to produce both the bioenergy from bioelectroactive fuel cells (BEFC) and their valuable byproducts using bioelectrochemical systems (BES) approaches. The book focuses on key methods, current designs and established variants of biofuels processing approaches, also including case studies. Chapters review crucial aspects of bioreactor design methodologies, operating principles, bioreactor susceptibility and systems constraints. The book supports vulnerability and hotspot detection through simulation and modeling approaches. Concluding chapters establish drivers for realizable scale-up and commercialization of bioelectrochemical systems.
  • Discusses all major commercially viable biofuels, along with their high-value byproducts
  • Focuses on frontiers of low carbon biofuel technologies with commercialization and scale-up potential
  • Supported by schematics that outline integration with bioelectrochemical systems (BES) approaches
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1. Introduction to Electrobiocommodities and Low carbon fuels 2. Bio-electricity generation from BEFC 3.Applications of BEFC for H2 production 4. Biogas production from waste derived substrates 5. Potential of High Energy compounds: Hythane production 6. High value Volatile fatty Acids as formate and acetate from Bioelectrochemical system 7. Production of chemicals (Peroxide, Quaternary Ammonia Hydroxide, NaOH etc.) 8. Production of high value fuels: Polyalcohols and polyesters 9. Potential of BEFC in high value bio products: Waste derived Succinate 10. Integrated approaches simultaneous bioenergy and biochemical

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Singh, Lakhveer
Dr. Lakhveer Singh is presently working at the Department of Environmental Science SRM University-AP, Amaravati, India.
Prior to this he worked as Associate Professor at University Malaysia Pahang, Malaysia. he was a post-doctoral researcher at Biological and Ecological Engineering Oregon State University from July 2017 to Oct. 2018. He has teaching, research and industries experience with Universities and Industry in India and Malaysia. His main areas of interest are Bioenergy production, Bioreactors development, Wastewater treatment, MFC and Green Technology. In addition to research activities, he teaches undergraduate courses and guides doctoral students at University Malaysia Pahang. He is currently guest editor of Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery. He is a member of the International Water Association (IWA).
Mahapatra, Durga Madhab
Dr. Durga Mahapatra is a member of the research faculty at the Department of Biological and Ecological Engineering, Oregon State University, Corvallis, USA. His research focuses on the development of Sustainable bioprocess and bioproduct recovery. His research interest includes Microbial ecology, Environmental bioprocess engineering, Wastewater/Landfill leachate treatment, Nano-scale characterisation, Reactor analysis and design, Algal biofuel and bio-energy, Techno-economics and life cycle assessment. He graduated from IISc, Bangalore during 2015. He has extensive experience in research and industry-oriented consultancy projects.
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