Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Frontiers in Bioenergy and Biofuels

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Eduardo Jacob-Lopes
Eduardo Jacob-Lopes

Universidade Federal de Santa Maria,
Brazil

Co-editor

Leila Queiroz Zepka
Leila Queiroz Zepka

Universidade Federal de Santa Maria,
Brazil

Published25 January 2017

Doi10.5772/63185

ISBN978-953-51-2892-2

Print ISBN978-953-51-2891-5

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-4121-1

Copyright year2017

Number of pages524

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Table of Contents

Open access  chapters

1. Introductory Chapter: Life Cycle Assessment as a Fundamental Tool to Define the Biofuel Performance

By Mariany Costa Deprá, Leila Queiroz Zepka and Eduardo Jacob- Lopes

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2. Cell Wall Proteomics as a Means to Identify Target Genes to Improve Second‐Generation Biofuel Production

By Maria J. Calderan‐Rodrigues, Juliana G. Fonseca, Carlos A. Labate and Elisabeth Jamet

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3. Advances in the Application of Spectroscopic Techniques in the Biofuel Area over the Last Few Decades

By João Cajaiba Da Silva, Alex Queiroz, Alline Oliveira and Vinícius Kartnaller

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5. Chromatographic Methods Applied to the Characterization of Bio-Oil from the Pyrolysis of Agro-Industrial Biomasses

By Maria Silvana A. Moraes, Débora Tomasini, Juliana M. da Silva, Maria Elisabete Machado, Laíza C. Krause, Claudia A. Zini, Rosângela A. Jacques and Elina B. Caramão

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9. Emerging Green Technologies for Biodiesel Production

By Hanifa Taher and Sulaiman Al-Zuhair

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11. Potential of Cellulosic Ethanol to Overcome Energy Crisis in Pakistan

By Saima Mirza, Habib ur Rehman, Waqar Mahmood and Javed Iqbal Qazi

2,704
12. Jatropha Biofuel Industry: The Challenges

By M. Moniruzzaman, Zahira Yaakob, M. Shahinuzzaman, Rahima Khatun and A.K.M. Aminul Islam

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14. Bifunctional Heterogeneous Catalysts for Biodiesel Production using Low Cost Feedstocks: A Future Perspective

By Anita Ramli, Muhammad Farooq, Abdul Naeem, Saleem Khan, Muhammad Hummayun, Azhar Iqbal, Sohail Ahmed and Liaqat Ali Shah

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16. Biodiesel Compatibility with Elastomers and Steel

By Salete Martins Alves, Valdicleide Silva e Mello and Franklin Kaic Dutra-Pereira

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18. Thermodynamic Properties of Propanol and Butanol as Oxygenate Additives to Biofuels

By Eduardo A. Montero, Fernando Aguilar, Natalia Muñoz-Rujas and Fatima E. M. Alaoui

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20. Renewable Hydrocarbons from Triglyceride's Thermal Cracking

By Vinicyus R. Wiggers, Ramon F. Beims, Laércio Ender, Edésio L. Simionatto and Henry F. Meier

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21. Biogasification of Horse Dung Using a Cylindrical Surface Batch Biodigester

By Patrick Mukumba, Golden Makaka and Sampson Mamphweli

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22. Refractory Materials for Biofuel Boilers

By Valentin Antonovič, Jacek Szczerba, Jadvyga Keriene, Rimvydas Stonys and Renata Boris

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23. Power Form Agripellets

By Claudia Santibáñez Varnero and Marcela Vargas Urrutia

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24. SWOT Analysis Applied to Wheat Straw Utilization as a Biofuel in Mexico

By Gisela Montero, Conrado García, Marcos A. Coronado, Lydia Toscano, Margarita Stoytcheva, Ricardo Torres, Ana M. Vázquez and Daniela G. Montes

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25. Use of Corn Dried Distillers Grains (DDGS) in Feeding of Ruminants

By Ewa Pecka-Kiełb, Andrzej Zachwieja, Dorota Miśta, Wojciech Zawadzki and Anna Zielak-Steciwko

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