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Soccol C.R., Brar S.K., Faulds C., Ramos L.P. (Eds.) Green Fuels Technology: Biofuels

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Soccol C.R., Brar S.K., Faulds C., Ramos L.P. (Eds.) Green Fuels Technology: Biofuels
Springer, 2016. — 558 p. — (Green Energy and Technology). — ISBN 978-3-319-30203-4.
This book presents key recent developments in biofuel policy, products, processes, patents and innovative technologies. It presents several case studies, which maximize reader insights into how innovative green energy technologies can be implemented on an industrial scale, with illustrations, photos and new approaches. It also analyzes in detail several different technological aspects of the research into and production of green fuels from the first, second and third generation, such as, bioethanol, biogas, biohydrogen, biobutanol, biofuels from pyrolysis, and discusses their economic and environmental impacts. A new source of information for engineers, technicians and students involved in production and research in the biofuels sector, this book also provides a valuable resource for industry, covering the current and future status of biofuels.
Table of Contents
Feedstocks for Biofuels
Oil Crops in the Context of Global Biodiesel Production
An Overview of Production, Properties, and Uses of Biodiesel from Vegetable Oil
Pretreatment Processes for Cellulosic Ethanol Production: Processes Integration and Modeling for the Utilization of Lignocellulosics Such as Sugarcane Straw
Principles and Challenges Involved in the Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Cellulosic Materials at High Total Solids
First Generation Bioethanol
Second Generation Bioethanol
Bioethanol from Soybean Molasses
Bioethanol Wastes: Economic Valorization
General Assessment of the Currently Available Biodiesel Production Technologies
Biodiesel Production by Hydroesterification: Simulation Studies
Biodiesel and Bioethanol from Microalgae
Microbial Oil for Biodiesel Production
Biohydrogen
Biogas: An Evolutionary Perspective in the Indian Context
Biobutanol—“A Renewable Green Alternative of Liquid Fuel” from Algae
Pyrolysis of Biomass for Biofuel Production
Life-Cycle Assessment of Biofuels
Patents on Biofuels
Economic and Environmental Aspects of Biofuels
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