Existing biorefinery operations that benefit from fractal-based process intensification.

@article{Kochergin2006ExistingBO,
  title={Existing biorefinery operations that benefit from fractal-based process intensification.},
  author={Vadim Kochergin and Mike W. Kearney},
  journal={Applied biochemistry and biotechnology},
  year={2006},
  volume={129-132},
  pages={
          349-60
        }
}
Ion exchange, adsorption, and chromatography are examples of separation processes frequently used in today's biorefineries. The particular tasks for which these technologies can be successfully applied are highly influenced by capital cost and efficiency. There exists a potential for significantly increasing the efficiency of these processes whereas simultaneously decreasing their size and capital cost. This potential for process intensification can be realized with the use of engineered… CONTINUE READING
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