Technical Proceedings of the 2009 Clean Technology Conference and Trade Show

Clean Technology 2009

Chapter 3: Bio Energy and Bio Fuels

  1. A Value Chain and Life Cycle Assessment Approach to Identify Technological Innovation Opportunities in Algae Biodiesel
    R. Levine, A. Oberlin, and P. Adriaens
    University of Michigan, US
  2. Hydrocarbon production via biomass pyrolysis and hydrodeoxygenation
    P. Steele, S. Gajjela, F. Yu, G. Gresham
    Mississippi State University, US
  3. Transesterification by Reactive distillation for characterisation and synthesis of Biodiesel
    V.S. Sapkal, R.S. Sapkal, N.B. Raut, G.B. Shinde
    University of Pune, IN
  4. Non Bacterial Way for Production of Biofuel for Jet Engines
    P.K. Gorakavi
    Osmania University, IN
  5. Reburning of Cattle Biomass with Coals for Emissions Control
    H. Oh, K. Annamalai, J.M. Sweeten
    Texas A&M University, US
  6. Improvement of Hydrogen Production by Immobilized Rhodopseudomonas palustris CGA009 Using Reverse Micelles as Microreactor
    A. Singh, K. Misra
    Rice University, US
  7. A review: Comprehensive comparison of corn-based and cellulosic-based ethanol as biofuel sources
    F. Hoover, J. Abraham
    University of St. Thomas, US
  8. Operating Conditions of Binary Mixtures of Biomass Wastes in Spouted Bed Contactors for Using Energy
    M.J. San José, S. Alvarez, L.B. López, I. Garcia
    Universidad del Pais Vasco, ES
  9. Renewable Energy Strategies for non-RPS States
    B. Hill, S. Fleming
    Georgia Institute of Technology, US
  10. Non bacterial way of production of alcohols and biofuel
    P.K. Gorakavi, P.K. Gorakavi
    University college of Technology, Osmania University, IN
ISBN:
978-1-4398-1787-2
Pages:
412

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