Advances in Algal Biorefineries II

Friday, November 12, 2010: 8:30 AM
250 E Room (Salt Palace Convention Center)

Algal biorefineries offer significant potential for future supply of oils, protein, and carbohydrates for fuels and chemicals without impacting food supplies. This session will explore advances in products and processes based on microalgal cultivation. Papers demonstrating the sound application of core scientific and engineering principles will be favored.

Sustainable Biorefineries
Catalysis and Reaction Engineering Division (20), Bioengineering (15c), Alternate Fuels and New Technology (16D), Research and New Technology Committee (18j), Sustainable Engineering Forum (23)

Al Darzins

Rakesh Bajpai

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8:30 AM
(718a) The Production of Alkanes From Algae
Stuart W. Churchill, Liane S. Carlson, Michael Y. Lee, Chukuemeka A.E. Oje and Arthur Xu

8:55 AM
(718b) An Economic Evaluation of Lipid Production by Cultivation of Algae A Critical Path Analysis
Ramalingam Subramaniam, Cunwen Wang, Stephen Dufreche, Mark Zappi, Barbara C. Benson and Rakesh Bajpai

9:45 AM

10:10 AM
(718e) Two-Step, Catalyst-Free Biodiesel Production From Wet Algal Biomass
Robert Levine, Tanawan Pinnarat and Phillip E. Savage

10:35 AM
(718f) The Sustainable Conversion of Algal Sugars Into Butanol
Jamie Hestekin, Thomas M. Potts, Jianjun Du, Robert R. Beitle and Edgar C. Clausen
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