Author(s): Hoogendoorn, Alwin; Kasteren, Han van
Series: Green chemistry series 65
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry, Year: 2020
Ten years on from the publication of the first edition of this book and fossil fuels still dominate the transport industry. However, there have been a number of advances in the production of biofuels for transportation use. This new edition provides updates on the previously discussed pathways for biofuels, including new experimental results and pilot plant studies, making it a useful read for researchers and industrialists working in biofuel development as well as postgraduate students studying fuel alternatives.
Intro — Title — Copyright — Preface to the 2nd Edition — Preface to the 1st Edition — Contents — Chapter 1 Introduction — Chapter 2 Biological Conversion of Syngas into Ethanol — 2.1 First Generation of Ethanol Production — 2.2 Introduction of Biological Conversion of Syngas into Ethanol — 2.3 Clostridium ljungdahlii and Other Strains — 2.3.1 Introduction — 126.96.36.199 Analytical Methods — 2.3.2 Initial Growth Experiments (Medium Selection) — 2.4 Conceptual Design: Gasification and Syngas Cleaning — 2.4.1 Gasification Techniques — 188.8.131.52 Fixed Bed Gasification (FBG);Biofuels produced from renewable resources offer a more sustainable alternative to fossil fuels. The new edition of this book provides updates on the previously discussed pathways for transportation biofuels.