Technical Proceedings of the 2008 Clean Technology Conference and Trade Show

Clean Technology 2008

Chapter 1: Bio Energy Fuels, Novel Sources & Policy

  1. Changing Roles: Cultivating Perennial Weeds vs. Conventional Crops for Bio-energy Production. The Case of Cynara cardunculus
    N.G. Danalatos
    University of Thessaly, GR
  2. Direct Injection of Flue Gas into Coal Seams for Carbon Storage and Methane Production
    S. Jewell
    Composite Energy Ltd, UK
  3. Clean Waste Tech: Anaerobic Composting in Bioreactor Landfills
    D. Augenstein, J. Benemann and R. Yazdani
    IEM, Inc., US
  4. Catalytic Conversion of Biomass to Hydrocarbons
    R.D. Cortright
    Virent Energy Systems, US
  5. Analysis of the US Fuel Ethanol Industry and Market Expectations
    A. Wiselogel, J. Kistner, K. Althoff
    BBI International, US
  6. Nano-docking stations for synfuels catalysts on carbon nanotubes
    U.M. Graham, R.A. Khatri, N.J. Coville, A. Dozier, B.H. Davis
    University of Kentucky, US
  7. Complete Microbiological Fuel Cell: A Photosynthetic Cathode Coupled to a Fermentative Anode
    E.E. Powell, J.C. Bolster, G.A. Hill, R.W. Evitts
    University of Saskatchewan, CA
  8. Bio Mass for CO2 Neutral Steel Production
    T. Gerdes, M. Willert-Porada
    University of Bayreuth, DE
  9. Novel Membrane Technology for Green Ethylene Production
    U. Balachandran, T.H. Lee, S.E. Dorris, C.G. Scouten, C.L. Marshall
    Argonne National Laboratory, US
  10. Methanol Production for Renewable Energy Storage and Distribution
    W. Bishop
    Consultant, US
  11. High Quality Biodiesel from Spent Coffee Grounds
    M. Misra, N. Kondamudi, S.K. Mohapatra, S.E. John
    University of Nevada Reno, US
  12. Impact of Government Biotechnology Regulations on Biofuel Development
    D.J. Glass
    D. Glass Associates, Inc., US
  13. Clean Combustion of Liquid Biofuels in Gas Turbines for Renewable Power Generation
    M.S. Klassen, M.J. Ramotowski, L.D. Eskin and R.J. Roby
    LPP Combustion, LLC, US
  14. Novel Alcohol Based Diesel Fuels
    N. Schulz
    JGS Research Co, US
  15. Improvements in biological hydrogen production by microbial fermentations
    P.C. Hallenbeck, G. Sabourin-Provost
    Université de Montréal, CA
  16. Integrated System Approach to Bio-fuels; Bio-refineries; Renewable Resources and Sustainable Development
    S. Elnashaie, I. Abu-Mahfouz, R. Ciocci
    Penn State University at Harrisburg, US
  17. Biofuels: Boom or Bust?
    J. Johnson, E. Palmacci
    Nerac, Inc., US
  18. Supporting biofuel distribution through F.A.ST. ™ on-demand, variable ratio blending with a review of climate controlled storing and dispensing of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF)
    O. Baer, D. Shaw
    Clean Emission Fluids, Inc., US
  19. NanoEnergy- Technological and economical impact of nanotechnology on the energy sector
    W. Luther
    VDI Technologiezentrum GmbH, DE
  20. The Opportunity Continuum: University-Industry Partnerships for Cleantech Investment
    A. Peters
    University of Colorado at Boulder, US
ISBN:
1-4200-8502-0
Pages:
724

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