On the use of systems technologies and a systematic approach for the synthesis and the design of future biorefineries

@article{Kokossis2010OnTU,
  title={On the use of systems technologies and a systematic approach for the synthesis and the design of future biorefineries},
  author={Antonis C. Kokossis and Aidong Yang},
  journal={Computers & Chemical Engineering},
  year={2010},
  volume={34},
  pages={1397-1405}
}
Systems technologies emerge with a powerful potential to support the deployment and design of future biorefineries. The chemical industry experiences a steady growth in the use of renewables induced by the gradual depletion of oil, uncertainties in energy supplies and a commanding requirement to reduce GHG emissions and save the planet. Renewables introduce an impressive range of options with biorefining at the centre of attention as an emerging industrial concept, uniquely attached to chemical… CONTINUE READING
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