Integrated Biorefineries: Design, Analysis, and Optimization examines how to create a competitive edge in biorefinery innovation through integration into existing processes and infrastructure. Leading experts from around the world working in design, synthesis, and optimization of integrated biorefineries present the various aspects of this complex

chapter 1|34 pages

- Product Portfolio Selection and Process Design for the Forest Biorefinery

ByDieudonné R. Batsy, Charles C. Solvason, Norm E. Sammons, Virginie Chambost, David L. Bilhartz, II, Mario R. Eden, Mahmoud M. El-Halwagi, Paul R. Stuart

chapter 3|34 pages

Technoeconomic Assessment and Risk Analysis of Biorefinery Processes

ByEemeli Hytönen, Paul R. Stuart

chapter 4|36 pages

Technoeconomic Analysis of Cellulosic Ethanol Production from Hardwoods in a Repurposed Kraft Mill

ByTrevor H. Treasure, Hasan Jameel, Richard B. Phillips, Hou-min Chang, Yongcan Jin, and Bon Wook Koo

chapter 5|28 pages

Cost Integration Methodology and the Forest Biorefinery

ByMilan Korbel, Paul R. Stuart

chapter 6|38 pages

- Technoeconomic Analysis of a Lignocellulose-to-Hydrocarbons Process Using a Carboxylate Platform

ByViet Pham, Mark Holtzapple, Mahmoud M. El-Halwagi

chapter 7|56 pages

- Value-Chain Management Considerations for the Biorefinery

ByLouis Patrick Dansereau, Mahmoud M. El-Halwagi, Paul R. Stuart

chapter 8|32 pages

- Integrated Forest Biorefinery Supply Chain Network Design Using Mathematical Programming Approach

ByYan Feng, Sophie D’Amours, Luc LeBel, and Mustapha Nourelfath

chapter 9|42 pages

Forest Biorefinery Supply Chain Design and Process Flexibility

ByBehrang Mansoornejad, Paul R. Stuart

chapter 10|24 pages

- Optimal Synthesis of Sustainable Biorefineries

ByMariano Martín, Ignacio E. Grossmann

chapter 13|20 pages

Automated Targeting for the Synthesis of an Integrated Biorefinery

ByDouglas H. S. Tay, Denny K. S. Ng

chapter 14|16 pages

Synthesis of Flexible Heat-Exchanger Networks for Multifeedstock Biodiesel Production Processes

ByGrace Pokoo-Aikins, Mahmoud M. El-Halwagi

chapter 15|28 pages

A Literature Review of Biomass Feedstocks for a Biorefinery

ByJosé Meléndez, Luc LeBel, and Paul R. Stuart

chapter 16|8 pages

Lignocellulosic Biomass: A Raw Material for the Future

ByAgustin Jaime Castro-Montoya, Arturo Jiménez-Gutiérrez

chapter 18|26 pages

- Forest Biorefinery: Current State of the Art

ByTom Browne, Naceur Jemaa, Ibrahim Karidio, Talat Mahmood, Mike Paice, Mike Paleologou, Doug Singbeil, and Xiao Zhang

chapter 19|50 pages

- Thermochemical Conversion of Biomass to Liquid Fuels and Chemicals

ByW. J. Frederick, Jr.

chapter 20|24 pages

- Enzyme Applications in the Forest-Based Biorefinery

ByAlexey Vishtal, Andrzej Kraslawski

chapter 21|60 pages

- Biochemical Conversion

ByShijie Liu, Yang Wang, John P. Buyondo, Yuanzhen Wang, Michael Garver

chapter 22|56 pages

Separation of Hemicellulose by Hot-Water Extraction from Woody Biomass

ByShijie Liu, Houfang Lu, Yichao Lei, Christopher D. Wood, Thomas E. Amidon, Bin Liang, Runcang Sun, Gary M. Scott, Daryl Nichol, and Al Ward

chapter 23|22 pages

Integrated Utilization of Algae Biomass in a Biorefinery Based on a Biochemical Processing Platform

ByEduardo Sánchez-Tuirán, Mahmoud M. El-Halwagi, Vyacheslav Kafarov

chapter 24|20 pages

- Policy Options to Support Biorefining

ByWarren E. Mabee

chapter 25|22 pages

Biopower in the U.S. South: Barriers, Drivers, and Potential for Expansion

ByYoungsun Baek, Marilyn A. Brown

chapter 26|22 pages

- Biorefinery Design from an Earth Systems Perspective

ByDamon Honnery, Gil Garnier, Patrick Moriarty

chapter 27|26 pages

LCA-Based Environmental Evaluation of Biorefinery Projects

ByShabnam Sanaei, Matty Janssen, Paul R. Stuart