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Thermochemical Processing of Biomass : Conversion into Fuels, Chemicals and Power

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Edition:
1st
ISBN13:

9780470721117

ISBN10:
0470721111
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
4/18/2011
Publisher(s):
Wiley
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Summary

This book is a comprehensive examination of the large number of possible pathways for converting biomass into fuels and power through thermochemical processes. The book brings together a widely scattered body of information into a single volume that allows comparison of the various thermochemical pathways. The thermochemical processes considered include combustion, gasification, fast pyrolysis, hydrothermal treating, and catalytic conversion of sugars. The book also includes chapters on the upgrading of syngas and bio-oil to liquid transportation fuels, and the economics of the various processes for producing fuels and power.

Table of Contents

Series Preface
(Preface)
(Acknowledgements)
List of Contributors
Introduction to Thermochemical Processing of Biomass into Fuels, Chemicals and Power
Direct Combustion
Gasification
Fast Pyrolysis
Hydrothermal Processing
Hydrolysis to Sugars
Technoeconomic Analysis
References
Biomasss Combustion
Introduction
Combustion Systems
Fundamentals of Biomass Combustion
Pollutant Emissions and Environmental Impacts
References
Gasification
Introduction
Fundamentals of Gasification
Feed Properties
Classifying Gasifiers According to Method of Heating
Classifying Gasifiers According to Transport Processes
Pressurized Gasification
Product Composition
System Applications
References
Syngas Cleanup, Conditioning, and Utilization
Introduction
Syngas Cleanup and Conditioning
Syngas Utilization
Practical Applications and Industrial Practices
References
Fast Pyrolysis
Introduction
Bio-Oil Properties
Fast Pyrolysis Process Technologies
Bio-Oil Fuel Applications
Chemicals from Bio-Oil
Concluding Remarks
Acknowledgement
References
Bio-Oil Upgrading
Introduction to Fast Pyrolysis and Bio-Oil
Liquid Characteristics and Quality
Significant Factors Affecting Characteristics
Bio-Oil Upgrading
Chemical and Catalytic Upgrading of Bio-Oil
Conclusions
References
Hydrothermal Processing
Introdcution
Background
Fundamentals
Hydrothermal Liquefaction
Hydrothermal Gasification
Pumping Biomass into Hydrothermal Processing Systems
Conclusions of Hydrothermal Processing
References
Catalytic Conversion of Sugars to Fuels
Introduction
Chemistry of Sugars
Hydrogen from Sugars
Sugar to Light Alkanes
Sugars to Oxygenates
Sugars to Larger Alkanes
Sugar Conversion to Aromatics
Conclusions and Summary
Acknowledgements
References
Hybrid Processing
Introduction
Syngas Fermentation
Bio-Oil Fermentation
References
Cost of Thermochemical Conversion of Biomass to Power and Liquid Fuels
Introduction
Electric Power Generation
Liquid Fuels via Gasification
Liquid Fuels via Fast Pyrolysis
Summary and Conclusions
References
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