Chemical and Biological Processes for Woody Biomass Conversion to Fuels and Chemicals - II

Liu, S., SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry

Crop residues, forest residues, woody biomass, and plant-based industrial processing woody biomass wastes provide a broad renewable feedstock base for developing energy efficient and environmentally sustainable processes for producing a wide range of chemicals, fuels, and bio-based materials. This session provides a forum for describing recent developments across the full spectrum of this exciting and increasingly important crosscutting area. This session will cover advances in all areas of the renewable woody biomass feedstocks processing (“biorefining”) industry, including: chemical and biological processing; biorefinery stream separations; pretreatment and reactor engineering for biomass feedstocks; and life-cycle and techno-economic analyses.



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