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Techno-economical study of biogas production improved by steam explosion pretreatment.
Economic feasibility of steam explosion pretreatment for improvement of biogas production from wheat straw and paper tube residuals was investigated. The process was simulated by Aspen plus ®, andExpand
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Integrated Process for Ethanol, Biogas, and Edible Filamentous Fungi-Based Animal Feed Production from Dilute Phosphoric Acid-Pretreated Wheat Straw
AbstractIntegration of wheat straw for a biorefinery-based energy generation process by producing ethanol and biogas together with the production of high-protein fungal biomass (suitable for feedExpand
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Biogas production from lignocelluloses by N-methylmorpholine-N-oxide (NMMO) pretreatment: effects of recovery and reuse of NMMO.
The effects of N-methylmorpholine-N-oxide (NMMO) pretreatment on barley straw and forest residues were investigated for biogas production. The pretreatments were performed at 90°C with 85% NMMO forExpand
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Experimental and economical evaluation of bioconversion of forest residues to biogas using organosolv pretreatment.
The methane potential of forest residues was compared after applying organic solvent, i.e., acetic acid, ethanol, and methanol pretreatments using batch anaerobic digestion (AD). The pretreatmentsExpand
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Biogas from Lignocellulosic Materials
Methane production via anaerobic digestion is a steadily growing industry in Europe and all over the world. Biomethane reduces the demand for fossil fuels, since it can be used for the production ofExpand
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Effect of the N-Methylmorpholine-N-Oxide (NMMO) Pretreatment on Anaerobic Digestion of Forest Residues
Pretreatment of forest residues using N-methylmorpholine-N-oxide (NMMO or NMO) prior to anaerobic digestion was investigated, where the effects of particle size, NMMO concentration, and pretreatmentExpand
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Biogas from lignocellulosic biomass
Grontmij AB has cooperated with the University of Boras to evaluate the technological and economical possibilities for biogas production from substrates containing lignocellulose, such as forestExpand
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Enhanced methane production from wool textile residues by thermal and enzymatic pretreatment
Methane production from two types of wool textile wastes (TW1 and TW2) was investigated. To improve the digestibility of these textiles, different pretreatments were applied, and comprised thermalExpand
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Dry anaerobic digestion of lignocellulosic and protein residues
Utilisation of wheat straw and wool textile waste in dry anaerobic digestion (AD) process was investigated. Dry-AD of the individual substrates as well as co-digestion of those were evaluated usingExpand
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