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Techno-Economic Assessment and Risk Analysis of Biorefinery Processes
Abstract Biorefinery process design generally follows the principles of traditional chemical process design, however some unique characteristics of the forest biorefinery (FBR), especially the largeExpand
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Carbon mass balance in sugarcane biorefineries in Brazil for evaluating carbon capture and utilization opportunities
Abstract Sugarcane biorefineries, despite their contribution to sustainable transportation fuels and mitigation of carbon emissions in the mobility sector, produce a large amount of carbon dioxide inExpand
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SIMULATION BASED ANALYSIS OF THE INFLUENCE OF IMPINGEMENT DRYING ON THE ENERGY CONCEPT OF A PAPER MILL INTEGRATE
The need to increase paper production capacity and simultaneously the quality of t he p aper i s a chieved a mong o thers b y i ntensifying t he p erformance o f t he p aper machine drying section.Expand
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Effect of cellulose microfibril (CMF) addition on strength properties of middle ply of board
Cellulose microfibrils (CMF) are a promising biobased material with unique nanospecific properties, giving them potential for use in numerous applications. Based on this, cost-effective and novelExpand
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Extraction of soluble β-glucan from oat and barley fractions: Process efficiency and dispersion stability
Abstract This study comprises laboratory-scale extraction of soluble β-glucan (BG) from oat (16 and 32% BG) and barley (12 and 32% BG) fractions, investigation of chemical composition and stabilityExpand
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An Improved Model for Prediction of Wort Fermentation Progress and Total Diacetyl Profile
Diacetyl is normally considered to be an off-flavor in lager beer, and its removal prolongs the overall brewing process. Here, the effects of fermentation temperature (9, 12, and 15°C), initial wortExpand
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Integrating bioethanol production into an integrated kraft pulp and paper mill: techno-economic assessment.
Both thermochemical and sugar process technologies can convert lignocellulosic raw materials into ethanol. To identify economically feasible solutions using these technologies, while the finalExpand
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Carbon footprint and land use of oat and faba bean protein concentrates using a life cycle assessment approach
Abstract There is a need to find sustainable alternative protein sources in order to meet the increasing protein demand of the growing population. Legumes such as faba beans are underutilized proteinExpand
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