Category: Products


Wastes and Undervalued Coproducts from Biofuel Industries as Raw Materials for New Industrial Products: Greener Pathway for a Sustainable Bioeconomy

This review highlights the research results, current status, opportunities, and challenges on engineering uses of the downstream products from biofuel industries as raw materials in the design and engineering of plastic resins, biodegradable plastics, bioadhesives, biorubber and biocomposites.
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Material property characterization of co-products from biofuel industries: Potential uses in value-added biocomposites

This paper gives an insight of biofuel production and the status into the co-products obtained from this industry. Furthermore this work explores the possibility of these co-products as raw materials for value-added uses in material applications
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Effects of hardwood structural and chemical characteristics on enzymatic hydrolysis for biofuel production

This study investigated the influence of various hardwood characteristics on enzymatic hydrolysis. Important hardwood species, including three Eucalyptus species, were comprehensively characterized using quantitative 13C NMR, image analysis and fiber quality analysis. Hydrolysis efficiency from all the hardwoods was correlated to the wood chemical composition and lignin characteristics.
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