Integrated Biorefineries: Design, Analysis, and Optimization
CRC Press (2012) - 860 Pages
Editor(s): Paul R. Stuart, École Polytechnique de Montréal, Quebec, Canada; Mahmoud M. El-Halwagi, Texas A&M University, College Station, USA
Written to fill the gap of information on state-of-the-art advances in integrated biorefineries, this book contains contributions from leading experts in the field, addressing the synthesis, selection, design, analysis, and optimization of biorefineries. It discusses the current state of affairs for biorefineries, as well as strategies, opportunities, various processing platforms, and how to evaluate the life-cycle impact of biorefinery products and processes. It also includes systematic process design tools for new biorefineries, and an effective set of tools for techno-economic analysis. Case studies, figures, and equations are included throughout the text to strengthen the reader’s understanding.
Table of Contents
Biorefinery Product and Process Design
Product Portfolio Selection and Process Design for the Forest Biorefinery
Dieudonné R. Batsy, Charles C. Solvason, Norm E. Sammons, Virginie Chambost, Mario R. Eden, Mahmoud M. El-Halwagi, and Paul R. Stuart
Systematic Screening of Multiple Processing Paths in Biorefineries: The ABC (Accessing Biomass to Chemicals) Project and Its Potential to Build Process Synthesis Capabilities
Antonis C. Kokossis, Aidong Yang, Marinella Tsakalova, and Ta-Chen Lin
Technoeconomic Assessment and Risk Analysis of Biorefinery Processes
Eemeli Hytönen and Paul R. Stuart
Technoeconomic Analysis of Cellulosic Ethanol Production fromHardwoods in a Repurposed Kraft Mill
Trevor H. Treasure, Hasan Jameel, Richard B. Phillips, Hou-min Chang, Yongcan Jin, and Bon Wook Koo
Cost Integration Methodology and the Forest Biorefinery
Milan Korbel and Paul R. Stuart
Technoeconomic Analysis of a Lignocellulose-to-Hydrocarbons ProcessUsing a Carboxylate Platform
Viet Pham, Mark Holtzapple, and Mahmoud M. El-Halwagi
Biorefinery Supply Chains
Value-Chain Management Considerations for the Biorefinery
Louis Patrick Dansereau, Mahmoud El-Halwagi, and Paul R. Stuart
Integrated Forest Biorefinery Supply Chain Network Design Using Mathematical Programming Approach
Yan Feng, Sophie D’Amours, Luc LeBel, and Mustapha Nourelfath
Forest Biorefinery Supply Chain Design and Process Flexibility
Behrang Mansoornejad and Paul R. Stuart
Biorefinery Process Analysis
Optimal Synthesis of Sustainable Biorefineries
Mariano Martín and Ignacio E. Grossmann
Methodologies Developed and Applied in Process Integration Studies for the Swedish Kraft Pulp and Paper Industry: A Review
Maryam Mahmoudkhani and Thore Berntsson
Design of a Lignocellulosic Feedstock Biorefinery Based on a Biochemical Processing Platform Using Process Integration Methodologies and Exergy Analysis
Karina Ojeda, Mahmoud M. El-Halwagi, and Vyacheslav Kafarov
Automated Targeting for the Synthesis of an Integrated Biorefinery
Douglas H. S. Tay and Denny K. S. Ng
Synthesis of Flexible Heat-Exchanger Networks for Multifeedstock Biodiesel Production Processes
Grace Pokoo-Aikins and Mahmoud M. El-Halwagi
Biorefinery Feedstocks
A Literature Review of Biomass Feedstocks for a Biorefinery
José Meléndez, Luc LeBel, and Paul R. Stuart
Lignocellulosic Biomass: A Raw Material for the Future
Agustin Jaime Castro-Montoya and Arturo Jiménez-Gutiérrez
Food Waste as a Renewable Raw Material for the Development of Integrated Biorefineries: Current Status and Future Potential
Antonis C. Kokossis and Athanasios A. Koutinas
Biorefinery Technologies
The Forest Biorefinery: Current State of the Art
Tom Browne, Naceur Jemaa, Ibrahim Karidio, Talat Mahmood, Mike Paice, Mike Paleologou, Doug Singbeil, and Xiao Zhang
Thermochemical Conversion of Biomass to Liquid Fuels and Chemicals
W. J. Frederick, Jr.
Enzyme Applications in the Forest-Based Biorefinery
Alexey Vishtal and Andrzej Kraslawski
Biochemical Conversion
Shijie Liu, Yang Wang, Ling Liang, John P. Buyondo, Yuanzhen Wang, and Michael Garver
Separation of Hemicellulose by Hot-Water Extraction from Woody Biomass
Shijie Liu, Houfang Lu, Yichao Lei, Christopher D. Wood, Thomas E. Amidon, Bin Liang, Runcang Sun, Gary M. Scott, Daryl Nichol, and Al Ward
Integrated Utilization of Algae Biomass in a Biorefinery Based on a Biochemical Processing Platform
Eduardo Sánchez-Tuirán, Mahmoud M. El-Halwagi, and Vyacheslav Kafarov
Biorefinery Policy and Environmental Analysis
Policy Options to Support Biorefining
Warren E. Mabee
Biopower in the U.S. South: Barriers, Drivers, and Potential for Expansion
Youngsun Baek and Marilyn A. Brown
Biorefinery Design from an Earth Systems Perspective
Damon Honnery, Gil Garnier, and Patrick Moriarty
LCA-Based Environmental Evaluation of Biorefinery Projects
Shabnam Sanaei, Matty Janssen, Mahmoud M. El-Halwagi, and Paul R. Stuart