New Process Technology for Developing Low-Cost, Environmentally Safe Biofuels Rising fuel prices have created a surge in the worldwide demand for biofuels made from plant and animal feedstocks. Filled with a wealth of illustrations, Biofuels Engineering Process Technology fully explains the concepts, systems, and technology now being used to produce biofuels on both an industrial and small scale. Written by a team of leading biofuels experts, this lucid guide presents a complete introduction to biofuels and biorefining processes!state-of-the-art information on biofuels processed from fermentations of ethanol, hydrogen, microbial oils, and methane!new material on the production of biodiesel from plant and algal oils!and the use of microbial fuel cells to produce bioelectricity.
Biofuels Engineering Process Technology takes readers step by step through: The key concepts, systems, and technology of biofuels A review of the basic concepts of fermentation pathways and kinetic modeling of bioreactors Biofuels produced from fermentations of agricultural feedstocks and biomass-ethanol, hydrogen, microbial oils, and methane Biodiesel fuels processed from the chemical conversion of microbial and plant oils Bioelectricity produced from microbial fuel cells The latest sustainable biorefinery concepts and methods Inside This Cutting-Edge Biofuels Engineering Guide / Introduction / Fuels from Fermentations: Ethanol / Hydrogen / Microbial Oils / Methane / Fuel from Chemical Conversion of Plant and Algal Oils: Biodiesel / Microbial Fuel Cells / Technical Resources
Buy Biofuels Engineering Process Technology book by Caye Drapcho from Australia's Online Independent Bookstore, Boomerang Books.
(231mm x 154mm x 24mm)
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Country of Publication:
Author Biography - Caye Drapcho
Caye M. Drapcho, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor and the Graduate Coordinator in the Department of Biosystems Engineering at Clemson University. She has over 13 years of experience in bioprocess and bioreactor design. Nhuan Phu Nghiem, Ph.D., is a Senior Research Biochemical Engineer in the Crop Conversion Science and Engineering Research Unit at the Eastern Regional Research Center, Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and also an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering at Clemson University. He has more than 20 years of experience in bioprocess engineering in industrial and federal research laboratories. Terry Walker, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biosystems Engineering at Clemson University. He has over 10 years of experience in bioprocess engineering, specializing in fungal fermentation, bioproduct separations, and bioavailability studies.