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Advances in Biofuels and Bioenergy

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The worldwide consumption of fossil fuel continues to increase at unsustainable levels, which will lead to progressive scarcity, if immediate and innovative measures are not taken for its sustainable use. This scarcity necessitates the development of renewable and sustainable alternatives for fossil fuels. A possible solution to today's energy challenges can be provided by biofuels. This book intends to provide the reader with a comprehensive overview of the current status and the future implications of biofuels. Diverse and aptly covered comprehensive information in this book will directly enhance both basic and applied research in biofuels and will particularly be useful for students, scientists, breeders, growers, ecologists, industrialists and policy makers. It will be a valuable reference point to improve biofuels in the areas of ecologically and economically sustainable bioenergy research.

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Advances in Biofuels and BioenergyEdited by Madhugiri Nageswara-Rao

Published: July 4th 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.70022

ISBN: 978-1-78923-287-5

Print ISBN: 978-1-78923-286-8

Copyright year: 2018

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3644 Total Chapter Downloads

4 Crossref Citations

9 Dimensions Citations

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1. Bioenergy from Perennial Grasses

By Claudia Santibáñez Varnero, Marcela Vargas Urrutia and Sebastián Vargas Ibaceta

297

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2. Genetic Improvement of Sorghum for Biomass Traits Using Genomics Approaches

By Bushra Sadia, Faisal Saeed Awan, Fozia Saleem, Hafeez Ahmad Sadaqat, Sarmad Frogh Arshad and Haseeb Shaukat

331

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3. Modeling and Optimization of Quality Variability for Decision Support Systems in Biofuel Production

By Mario Aboytes-Ojeda and Krystel K. Castillo-Villar

147

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4. Atomization of Bio-Fossil Fuel Blends

By Mansour Al Qubeissi, Nawar Al-Esawi and Ruslana Kolodnytska

181

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5. Biohythane Production from Organic Wastes by Two-Stage Anaerobic Fermentation Technology

By Sompong O-Thong, Chonticha Mamimin and Poonsuk Prasertsan

256

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6. Biomass Handling and Feeding

By Tyler L. Westover and Damon S. Hartley

278

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7. Production of Microbial Lipids from Lignocellulosic Biomass

By Mirela Ivancic Santek, Suncica Beluhan and Bozidar Santek

295

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8. Glycoside Hydrolases in Plant Cell Wall Proteomes: Predicting Functions That Could Be Relevant for Improving Biomass Transformation Processes

By Maria Juliana Calderan-Rodrigues, Juliana Guimarães Fonseca, Hélène San Clemente, Carlos Alberto Labate and Elisabeth Jamet

218

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9. Biogas Production Plants: A Methodological Approach for Occupational Health and Safety Improvement

By Biancamaria Pietrangeli and Roberto Lauri

245

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10. Non-Edible Vegetable Oils as Renewable Resources for Biodiesel Production: South-East Asia Perspective

By Abul Kalam Mohammad Aminul Islam, Sri Rizki Putri Primandari and Zahira Yaakob

257

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11. Sustainable Waste Management and Waste to Energy Recovery in Thailand

By Warangkana Jutidamrongphan

292

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12. Biofuels from Microalgae

By Archana Tiwari and Thomas Kiran

353

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13. Biogas Recovery from Anaerobic Digestion of Selected Industrial Wastes

By Pengchong Zhang

171

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14. Jatropha Curcas L. Biomass Waste and Its Utilization

By Sri Rizki Putri Primandari, A.K.M. Aminul Islam, Zahira Yaakob and Swapan Chakrabarty

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