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Potential of bioethanol as a chemical building block for biorefineries: Preliminary sustainability assessment of 12 bioethanol-based productsPOSADA, John A; PATEL, Akshay D; ROES, Alexander et al.Bioresource technology. 2013, Vol 135, pp 490-499, issn 0960-8524, 10 p.Article

Potentials of macroalgae as feedstocks for biorefineryJUNG, Kyung A; LIM, Seong-Rin; KIM, Yoori et al.Bioresource technology. 2013, Vol 135, pp 182-190, issn 0960-8524, 9 p.Article

Integrated utilization of the main components of Hesperaloe funiferaSANCHEZ, R; RODRIGUEZ, A; NAVARRO, E et al.Biochemical engineering journal. 2011, Vol 56, Num 3, pp 130-136, issn 1369-703X, 7 p.Article

The hard choice for alternative biofuels to diesel in BrazilCARIOCA, J. O. B; HILUY FILHO, J. J; LEAL, M. R. L. V et al.Biotechnology advances. 2009, Vol 27, Num 6, pp 1043-1050, issn 0734-9750, 8 p.Conference Paper

Separation of lignocelluloses from spent liquor of NSSC pulping process via adsorptionDASHTBAN, Mehdi; GILBERT, Allan; FATEHI, Pedram et al.Journal of environmental management. 2014, Vol 136, pp 62-67, issn 0301-4797, 6 p.Article

Scaling laws and technology development strategies for biorefineries and bioenergy plantsJACK, Michael W.Bioresource technology. 2009, Vol 100, Num 24, pp 6324-6330, issn 0960-8524, 7 p.Article

Sustainability considerations for integrated biorefineriesAZAPAGIC, Adisa.Trends in biotechnology (Regular ed.). 2014, Vol 32, Num 1, pp 1-4, issn 0167-7799, 4 p.Article

Process Modeling of Comprehensive Integrated Forest Biorefinery—An Integrated ApproachHUANG, Hua-Jiang; WEILU LIN; RAMASWAMY, Shri et al.Applied biochemistry and biotechnology. 2009, Vol 154, Num 1-3, pp 205-216, issn 0273-2289, 12 p.Article

Integration of bioethanol as an in-process material in biorefineries using mass pinch analysisMARTINEZ-HERNANDEZ, Elias; SADHUKHAN, Jhuma; CAMPBELL, Grant M et al.Applied energy. 2013, Vol 104, pp 517-526, issn 0306-2619, 10 p.Article

Dual role of microalgae: Phycoremediation of domestic wastewater and biomass production for sustainable biofuels productionRAWAT, I; RANJITH KUMAR, R; MUTANDA, T et al.Applied energy. 2011, Vol 88, Num 10, pp 3411-3424, issn 0306-2619, 14 p.Article

Biomass supply chain optimisation for Organosolv-based biorefineriesGIAROLA, Sara; PATEL, Mayank; SHAH, Nilay et al.Bioresource technology. 2014, Vol 159, pp 387-396, issn 0960-8524, 10 p.Article

From plant biomass to bio-based chemicals: Latest developments in xylan researchDEUTSCHMANN, Rudolf; DEKKER, Robert F. H.Biotechnology advances. 2012, Vol 30, Num 6, pp 1627-1640, issn 0734-9750, 14 p.Article

Optimal configuration and combination of multiple lignocellulosic biomass feedstocks delivery to a biorefinerySULTANA, Arifa; KUMAR, Amit.Bioresource technology. 2011, Vol 102, Num 21, pp 9947-9956, issn 0960-8524, 10 p.Article

Sustainable bioethanol production combining biorefinery principles using combined raw materials from wheat undersown with clover-grassTHOMSEN, Mette Hedegaard; HAUGAARD-NIELSEN, Henrik.Journal of industrial microbiology & biotechnology. 2008, Vol 35, Num 5, pp 303-311, issn 1367-5435, 9 p.Article

Wheat bran-based biorefinery 2: Valorization of productsAPPRICH, Silvia; TIRPANALAN, Özge; HELL, Johannes et al.Lebensmittel - Wissenschaft + Technologie. 2014, Vol 56, Num 2, pp 222-231, issn 0023-6438, 10 p.Article

A combined acidification/PEO flocculation process to improve the lignin removal from the pre-hydrolysis liquor of kraft-based dissolving pulp production processHAIQIANG SHI; FATEHI, Pedram; HUINING XIAO et al.Bioresource technology. 2011, Vol 102, Num 8, pp 5177-5182, issn 0960-8524, 6 p.Article

Production of modified bentonite via adsorbing lignocelluloses from spent liquor of NSSC processOVEISSI, Farshad; FATEHI, Pedram.Bioresource technology. 2014, Vol 174, pp 152-158, issn 0960-8524, 7 p.Article

Biomass pretreatment: Fundamentals toward applicationAGBOR, Valery B; CICEK, Nazim; SPARLING, Richard et al.Biotechnology advances. 2011, Vol 29, Num 6, pp 675-685, issn 0734-9750, 11 p.Article

Biodiesel from microalgae: A critical evaluation from laboratory to large scale productionRAWAT, I; RANJITH KUMAR, R; MUTANDA, T et al.Applied energy. 2013, Vol 103, pp 444-467, issn 0306-2619, 24 p.Article

Integration of membrane technology in microalgae biorefineriesGERARDO, Michael L; OATLEY-RADCLIFFE, Darren L; LOVITT, Robert W et al.Journal of membrane science (Print). 2014, Vol 464, pp 86-99, issn 0376-7388, 14 p.Article

Assessing microalgae biorefinery routes for the production of biofuels via hydrothermal liquefactionBARREIRO, Diego López; SAMORI, Chiara; TERRANELLA, Giuseppe et al.Bioresource technology. 2014, Vol 174, pp 256-265, issn 0960-8524, 10 p.Article

A biorefinery processing perspective: Treatment of lignocellulosic materials for the production of value-added productsFITZPATRICK, Michael; CHAMPAGNE, Pascale; CUNNINGHAM, Michael F et al.Bioresource technology. 2010, Vol 101, Num 23, pp 8915-8922, issn 0960-8524, 8 p.Article

Optimal operational adjustment in multi-functional energy systems in response to process inoperabilityKASIVISVANATHAN, Harresh; BARILEA, Ivan Dale U; NG, Denny K. S et al.Applied energy. 2013, Vol 102, pp 492-500, issn 0306-2619, 9 p.Article

Educational requirements to support research and innovation in BioenergyDAM RASMUSSEN, Morten.Agronomy research (Tartu). 2012, Vol 10, pp 205-209, issn 1406-894X, 5 p., NS1Conference Paper

Cationic polymers for successful flocculation of marine microalgae'T LAM, G. P; VERMUË, M. H; OLIVIERI, G et al.Bioresource technology. 2014, Vol 169, pp 804-807, issn 0960-8524, 4 p.Article

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